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Spt 3.2-Liter Stainless Hot Water Dispenser

by SPT

List Price: $85.00
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  • 3.2-liter capacity
  • Auto reboil and manual re-boil button
  • Stainless steel inner pot
  • Micro-computerized dry-boil function
  • Bpa (bisphenol a) free
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 10.2 x 13 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004LO30W6
  • Item model number: SP-3202
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,973 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Ideal for tea lovers or anyone who needs hot-water handy. User friendly, simply add drinking water and unit automatically start to heat water to boiling point. Maintains temperature at boiling point. Features one touch dispensing function, auto re-boil and micro-computerized dry-boil protection. Stainless steel body with black trimmings for a sophisticated look.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SilverMiner on January 15, 2014
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Although the dispenser is quite attractive, we had intermittent incidences of the water stream not turning off when the dispense button was released. Of course that results in a flooded counter. These occurrences all happened in the first two weeks of use.

This is the third SPT hot water dispenser that we have used in our office in the space of about six years. The first two also eventually had problems. I have finally learned my lesson. Perhaps I can save you from similar experiences.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chicago, IL on February 13, 2013
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i love this because i am one who puts my tea in the microwave, forgets about it and then has to reheat again. this is great because all you do it press the unlock button and then the express button and you have the perfect temperature water. i use on my oatmeal, for my tea and also to put in a bowl so i can heat up my babys bottle. its great!

WARNING- be sure you always have water in it or it will rust. i had to buy another one becuase we went on a 2 week vacation and the water was really really low. Since it automatically reboils the water when it gets below a certain temperature alot of the water evaporated which lead to no water and the inside rusting. as long as you remember to fill it when it gets low you will be fine. Makes alot of cups of tea.
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By Deanna Gutman on December 17, 2013
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Bought this water dispenser to replace a previously owned unit that did not survive a move across the country. Received this water dispenser today and was excited about making a hot cup of tea so I decided to take it for a spin. I filled up the dispenser with water, plugged it in, and waited in anticipation to enjoy some tea on this cold winter evening. After about 15 to 20 minutes, the water started to boil and a plume of steam began escaping from the top of the dispenser. At first, the excessive amount of steam struck me as odd, considering my old unit never gave off so much steam. Secondly, the unit was extremely hot to the touch, but yet I was willing to overlook this as well considering the relatively low price of the unit. However, the water dispenser continued to boil and exhume steam for the next 20 to 30 minutes until I realized this was not normal. I decided to unplug it, opened it up, and half the water boiled away. I'm assuming there is a defect with the thermostat not recognizing the temperature of the water at which to stop boiling. I am returning this dispenser in exchange for a Zojirushi. I figured I'd pay a few extra bucks to a get a quality product that works. I would not recommend buying this unit.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Patricia A. Roy on March 14, 2013
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I was happy to receive my hot water dispenser yesterday. The main thing I found lacking in this unit were instructions. They were incomplete and poorly written. There should be a "First time use" section because I know that there must be residue in the unit from manufacture. So, do I run a pot of water through the system, do I let it heat, should I use a cleaner? None of these things were addressed. Also, in the troubleshooting section there's a Problem: Water has an strange smell/taste. Resolution: May be from residue or (something to the effect of) this is how the pot is. Sort of a "get used to it, that's what our appliance is like" attitude.
Does heat amazingly quickly (again, no info in the instructions on how quickly it should heat up so you know if it's working properly or not). It took less than 20 minutes to heat the entire pot but I'm not sure if it was done in 1 minute or 20 because I could not sit and watch it-I just thought 20 minutes was good for me. I was happy with my tea this morning but there is definitely a slightly strange taste to the water (I used water from my fridge that is filtered). Before use I ran one full pot through and dispensed it out to in theory clean out the system. I may need to get the cleaner or run it through again tonight. The water dispenses slowly but since this is my first pot that may just be the nature of the beast. I could see how the dispense button could wear out quickly with daily use. A handy gadget but so far I'm a little unsure of the quality.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By naam on April 1, 2012
chose this one for the price and the look. and it does look cool. -but that's really not all i expect from a hot water dispenser.
it is supposed to, at least, at first, BOIL UP THE WATER (that's the basic isn't it) -and then it keeps it warm. BUT IS DOES NOT BOIL. it does only heat up the water to some degree and then it stops and switches to keep warm, no matter how many times you push the reboil button. so it's literally STILL TAP WATER and the GERMS ARE NOT KILLED.

So what difference does it make comparing with drinking the hot water directly from the taps?
it costs me 56 bucks and takes up space on my counter, period.
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