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The InSinkErator low-profile instant hot water dispenser delivers easy-to-adjust temperatures, from a durable fixture that's easy to install. Powered by rugged induction motors and mounted to your sink with tough, stainless steel assemblies, InSinkErator devices are designed for years of trouble-free service. This device can dispense 40 cups per hour at 190 degrees, while including a manually resettable thermal overload protector. Other features include a gooseneck stainless steel spout, black lever handle, thermostat, and one-year in-home warranty.
Better than the competition
We had one of these units in a house that was converted to a rental. The unit failed after a year of rental to a family of that broke a lot of other things too. The unit was four years old at that point and per the other reviews it may simply have come to its natural end. Given the pricing and ease of installation I cannot say that I am disappointed even if that is the case. If you cook a lot, an instant hot water tap is the best thing in the world to have on hand for cleanup and preheated water to boil while cooking. In our new house we have more expensive units that were much more difficult to install and cannot be kept nearly as hot because they boil over. We put one on both sinks in the kitchen because we knew the value of the instant hot water. One of them we have already turned off because it cannot be adjusted to function correctly. I am looking forward to replacing both of them with this brand.
Purchased as replacement, install was painless
The size of this unit is smaller than some, perfect for our house and an occasional cup of hot water. The wattage is lower, which saves our electricity while still giving us instant hot water.
Extremely useful and convenient
We have used this instant hot water dispenser over many years. I think this is about the 4th one…they last over 12 years. It is streamline (doesn’t take up very much room) and I use it many times a day. It takes a long time for our hot water to reach our kitchen sink so I use the instant hot water for just about everything…for washing a few dishes and soaking pans, instant soups or cereals, tea, hot chocolate,(it is the perfect temperature for hot beverages and the temperature is adjustable to your needs) to name a few. I really don’t think I could live without it. (=
Pretty "Hot" Limited Capacity but Works Well
Limited capacity but easy to set up and works just fine. Replace this same unit when the handle broke on the old unit. It was about 6 years old. This new HOT-1 is a much better manufactured unit. I don’t know if they change the specs a bit or I just lucked out this time and got it from a different factory but the unit we received just works much better in all respects. I would rate the old one as marginal this one is actually pretty good.
… item installed for 3 years and it is working great. I have it plugged into a switched plug …
I have had this item installed for 3 years and it is working great. I have it plugged into a switched plug so I do not have it turned on all the time. My wife will turn it on before she is ready to make tea and since it heats up quickly it is not problem for her. I do wish that the spout was taller so that it will accommodate different size cups. I like it because it is simple to install and does not take up to much room under the sink.
Great hot water dispenser – updated construction, too.
The HOT-1 hot water dispenser is a great addition to the kitchen. It holds 1/3 gallon, so it consumes much less energy than the bigger models. Put it on a timer to shut off at night and you’ll save even more! Also, because of its compact size, it will fit nicely under most sinks. This hot water dispenser replaced a similar unit that was approximately 7 years old. My old HOT-1 began leaking, as other reviewers have commented. The good news is that the newer units (at least mine) are soldered much better. I opened the plastic housing and I could see a much more complete job of soldering the two seams of the copper water tank. I would say InSinkErator has definately responded to the earlier defects of leaking tanks.