Morphy ‘Innovators’ Review – Rosie Scribble, Accents one Cup
This month some of our Innovators have been trying out the Accents One Cup, a handy hot water dispenser which boils the exact amount of water that is poured in, saving both time and energy.
Rosie Scribble is the first to share her thoughts and she’s even filmed a little demonstration video for you all. Check out her review below or click here to read her original post.
The one where I blog about boiling water
It is possibly not a blogging high point for me to be blogging about boiling water, but this contraption is a little bit clever.
It’s the Accents One Cup from Morphy Richards, which allows you to boil just enough water for one cup of tea (or coffee) , and it does it in just 30 seconds.
I’ve gone to the effort of cleaning a small section of my kitchen so I can demonstrate it in action here:
It comes in red and black and I’ve been using it several times a day as it’s quicker than boiling the kettle and it means I can boil exactly the amount of water I need.
It does look a little unusual and I’ve discovered there’s a knack to filling it with water without spilling half of it down the side, but now I’ve mastered that I wouldn’t part with it.
I received the Accents One Cup from Morphy Richards free of charge to review (RRP £34.99).