Do you have friends that turn their nose up at you when you offer them tap water? Not anymore, thanks to the Cool Change Water Chiller from Breville.
The Cool Change Water Chiller is designed so you can drink filtered water at any temperature you desire, ranging from room temperature to very cold. The choice is yours at the slide of a dial.
The Chiller features a replaceable BRITA Maxtra filter and a LCD filter status that advises when the filter needs changing. The cooling reservoir is constructed of stainless steel and can be easily cleaned to ensure the freshest of water.
With a 7 litre capacity, even the most fussiest of friends will have little to complain about!
What quietly began in Sydney in 1932 has confidently become a formidable and extraordinarily well known Australian brand around the world. With their hugely successful sandwich toaster in 1974, Breville experienced the kind of brand recognition that most marketers can only dream about: the name Breville became the generic word for sandwich toasters. The innovation didn't stop with that victory, and Breville's busy research and development centre is constantly putting their passion and skills into new small kitchen appliances such as food processors, juicers, coffee makers and grills, to name but a few. More than 100 active patents and 40 international design awards later, Breville now trades in over 30 countries around the globe.
Construction: BPA-free plastic tank with stainless steel chill tank
Dimensions: 39 x 27 x 27cm
Included Accessories: BRITA Maxtra filter cartridge
Cleaning/Care: Detailed instructions included.
Warranty: 1 year replacement
Unfortunately the shelf life of this product is short lived, worked well in first few months with lovely chilled water, however after a few months of use the fan has died and now is no longer chilling water, disappointing for such a well known brand as it is just out of warranty.
this machine rocks - buy one today - you will love it
I like this, however I thought the water would be chilled to a colder tempertaure.
New South Wales