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Old Dec 27th 2005, 4:24 pm
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Enough of vacumns please ...

Coffeemakers ..Mr Coffee ...utter crap ...gone thru three in one year
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Old Dec 27th 2005, 4:27 pm
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Enough of vacumns please ...

Coffeemakers ..Mr Coffee ...utter crap ...gone thru three in one year
Hey - That's the one we have too !
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Old Dec 27th 2005, 5:38 pm
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Enough of vacumns please ...

Coffeemakers ..Mr Coffee ...utter crap ...gone thru three in one year
My hubby is a big coffee drinker. Last year some friends bought him a Hamilton Beach coffee pot that brews into two travel mugs or a thermos type carafe. The carafe is excellent. It keeps the coffee hot for hours and because the coffee isn't sitting on a burner to keep warm it doesn't get that nasty stale taste.
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I have one of those, as I'm the only coffee drinker in the family. Wonderful thing.

I picked up an electric cordless kettle at Big Lots yesterday for 12 bucks. I'm sick of buying the more expensive models as they give up the ghost after a few months anyway.

Good sized, neat looking if anyone down FL way is looking for one.
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I picked up an electric cordless kettle at Big Lots yesterday for 12 bucks. I'm sick of buying the more expensive models as they give up the ghost after a few months anyway.
Trouble is even the quick boil kettles take an age to heat up.
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Trouble is even the quick boil kettles take an age to heat up.
Don't they just?

Anyone use that hot water faucet thingie to make their tea? I just can't bear to use it as I think it is not hot enough...

edit: Not the hot water faucet, but the actual hot water unit you put under your sink..whateveritiscalled.
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Originally Posted by izibear
Don't they just?

Anyone use that hot water faucet thingie to make their tea? I just can't bear to use it as I think it is not hot enough...

edit: Not the hot water faucet, but the actual hot water unit you put under your sink..whateveritiscalled.
Hot water straight from the tap?? Yuck, no. If the water's not hot enough then the tea is all foamy.
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Old Dec 27th 2005, 6:05 pm
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Hot water straight from the tap?? Yuck, no. If the water's not hot enough then the tea is all foamy.
Ewww. Yeah the water has got to be boiling or it just tastes nasty, like the tea they try to make in the microwave at restaurants here.
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http://www.homedepot.com/prel80/HDUS...gio.0&MID=9876

That is what I am talking about. They just don't taste right to me either....

Link goes to front page They're called insinkerators.

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Old Dec 27th 2005, 6:12 pm
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http://www.homedepot.com/prel80/HDUS...gio.0&MID=9876

That is what I am talking about. They just don't taste right to me either....
Links to a bunch of gas generators and a couple of sheds.
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Old Dec 27th 2005, 6:46 pm
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http://www.homedepot.com/prel80/HDUS...gio.0&MID=9876

That is what I am talking about. They just don't taste right to me either....

Link goes to front page They're called insinkerators.
Wow never seen one of those before. Kind of nifty but with 3 kids I'd be worried about burns. Plus I still think the water's got to be boiling for the tea to taste right.
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Old Dec 27th 2005, 7:37 pm
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That is what I am talking about. They just don't taste right to me either....

Link goes to front page They're called insinkerators.
For $500 ..I can buy a lot of kettles ....
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Old Dec 27th 2005, 7:50 pm
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I picked up an electric cordless kettle at Big Lots yesterday for 12 bucks. I'm sick of buying the more expensive models as they give up the ghost after a few months anyway.
While the Mr Coffee coffee pots may be crap, I have a Mr coffee kettle that cost me $16 about 5 or 6 years ago and it's still working.
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Ewww. Yeah the water has got to be boiling or it just tastes nasty, like the tea they try to make in the microwave at restaurants here.
I hate that! Makes it frothy too. And the water is never hot enough. I'm going have to make myself a nice hot cuppa to get the thought out of my mind.
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I hate that! Makes it frothy too. And the water is never hot enough. I'm going have to make myself a nice hot cuppa to get the thought out of my mind.
I might have to have a cuppa now too and I've got some yummy cadbury's biccies to go with it.
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