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Product description Breville HotCup Hot Water Dispenser
The Breville Hot Cup with Variable Dispense VKJ318 is a hot water dispenser which can give you boiling water in 40 seconds.
This second-generation Hot Cup has features including a 2-litre capacity, a variable dispense feature so you can use 9 different sized cups and a stop button.
Style Name: Hot Water Dispenser + 4 Slice Toaster
The Breville Hot Cup provides a quick and simple solution for conserving electricity usage and saving time.
The Breville Hot Cup VKJ318 dispenses just as much boiling water as you like, and this updated version has a stop button so you can choose the right number of cups to boil.
The Hot Cup’s sleek and innovative design with a blue illumination upon boil is designed to add a sense of style and sophistication to any kitchen.
The Breville Hot Cup with Variable Dispense VKJ318 is easy to use – simply lift the main unit off the base and fill up at a tap just like a kettle.
The base has a removable drip tray, which is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. No hassle, no fuss.
It is important to regularly de-scale your Hot Cup dependent on the hardness of your water. Please refer to the Instruction Booklet for directions.
Breville VTT476 Impressions 4-Slice Toaster with High-Lift and Wide Slots Black
with Breville VTT470 Impressions 4 Slice Toaster – White.
Steps to Use:
• When toasting more than two slices of bread use slots 3 and 4 in addition to slots 1 and 2.
• Lower the handle marked ‘1’ first, then lower the handle marked ‘2’.
Please Note: Loading handle marked ‘2’ will not latch until, loading handle marked ‘1’ is already in the latched position.
1. If you are only toasting 2 slices of bread then you must use the right-hand carriage, for more than 2 slices you operate the right-hand side then the left.
2. When you first use your toaster, there may be a slight odour as the heating elements warm-up for the first time. This is quite normal and not a cause for concern.
To remove the odour, simply operate your toaster for the first time without any bread in it.