Morphy ‘Innovator’ review – Mummy from the Heart – Accents One Cup
Another of our Innovator friends, Michelle of Mummy from the Heart, has been putting the Accents One Cup to the test for us. Here’s what she thought. You can also check out her original post here.
As a Houseproud Innovator I get sent many lovely items to test out and this month it is the Accents One Cup.
I have to be honest and say there is only so much you can say about this little gadget. It does what it is supposed to, it boils one cup of water in 30 seconds. Perfect if you only want one cup at a time. It is pretty compact and does not take up much workspace in the kitchen.
Really I think it’s best use will be for bedsit/ student living or on your desk at work. Sadly if I take it in to work and stop doing the tea round I may be ostracised, so that won’t work for me but I have decided that I will give this a test and then pass it on to my Nan who lives alone. As an older person she has become more frail and lifting a heavy kettle can be hard and also potentially dangerous.
All my Nan has to do is fill up her cup with cold water from the tap, pour it into the chamber on the Accents One Cup, press the illuminating button and wait 30 seconds whilst the water boils and pours through – bingo, perfect! Even a little drip try to catch any stray drops if she knocks her cup as she takes it away. The chamber holds between 150 – 300ml of water, so most cup sizes are appropriate.
No water waste at all, very energy efficient! The Accents One Cup comes in black or red and matches the rest of the Accents range. The red is less bright than the picture makes it look. If you would like to read more reviews or find out about the latest great deals and giveaways on Morphy Richard products then visit the Home of the House Proud.
The Accents One Cup retails for £34.99 and you can buy it directly from Morphy RichardsHERE.It comes with a 2 year guarantee.
Disclosure: I received this product free of charge for the purposes of this review. I have not been instructed what to write and I remain honest.