Tefal Quick Cup Kettle
Released June, 2007
The Pros:Hot water in 3 seconds! Great for single cups. 65% more efficient than a kettle.
The Cons:Expensive compared to a standard kettle. Noisy. Does not heat water to "Useable" temperature.
The Quick Cup by Tefal aims to revolutionize the ancient technology of the kettle by speeding up the time it takes to heat water from the standard kettle time of 3 minutes to a significantly faster 3 SECONDS.
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The Quick Cup uses a patented spiral technology that heats the water from a basin and sends it through a coil until it's ready to be poured out of the spout. Tefal claims this entire process takes only 3 seconds and reduces energy consumption by 65%. The Quick Cup, unlike a standard kettle only requires the heating elements of the spiral to heat up, whereas a kettle heats up its entire tank each time you require any hot water. The spirals don't require any pre-heating, making the process even faster. The Quick Cup can be used for hot and cold drinks, and also includes a filter so you can go straight from the tap to filtered water.
- 1.5 L capacity
- heats or cools water in 3 seconds
- uses 65% less energy than a standard kettle
- water filter included
- automatic or manual pouring
User Reviews (8)
65% more efficient than a kettle
cold water option available
unusual & fabulous design
Expensive compared to a standard kettle
Does not heat water to "Useable" temperature
hard water causes lime build up
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