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Bunnings launches their OWN $87 'instant hot water dispenser'

Shoppers are going wild over an $87 instant hot water dispenser from Bunnings just a month after Kmart launched its sell out model that heats two litres in seconds.

The $87 gadget instantaneously dispenses 1.8 litres of hot water in just eight seconds without preheating – saving 20 per cent energy compared to a standard kettle.

Those who missed out on Kmart’s $79 sold-out version are now heading to the hardware store’s online store to get their hands on the product, which comes with a detachable water tank.

Shoppers are going wild over an $87 instant hot water dispenser from Bunnings just a month after Kmart launched its sell out model that heats two litres in seconds

Shoppers are going wild over an $87 instant hot water dispenser from Bunnings just a month after Kmart launched its sell out model that heats two litres in seconds

The $87 gadget instantaneously dispenses 1.8 litres of hot water in just eight seconds without preheating

The $87 gadget instantaneously dispenses 1.8 litres of hot water in just eight seconds without preheating

‘So I missed out on the Kmart instant kettle so Bunnings to the rescue… definitely worth it. No more waiting for [water] to boil,’ one woman wrote in a Facebook group.

The product is currently available to purchase online only, sold and delivered by KG Electronics, a ‘Bunnings Trusted Seller’.

Many shoppers are raving about the instant hot water dispenser from Bunnings, with one woman declaring: ‘We have this and love it.’

The product comes just one month after Kmart launched its $79 gadget that rapidly heats two litres of water in three to five seconds.

The gadget pumps out roughly 6ml of water per second and has a child-proof safety lock to prevent kids from turning it on.

The product comes just one month after Kmart launched its $79 gadget that rapidly heats two litres of water in three to five seconds

The gadget pumps out roughly 6ml of water per second and has a child-proof safety lock to prevent kids from turning it on

The product comes just one month after Kmart launched its $79 instant hot water dispenser (pictured) that rapidly heats two litres of water in three to five seconds 

The popular item from Kmart (pictured) has since sold out online, but dozens of shoppers revealed there's still some stock available at their stores so it's best to keep a look out

The popular item from Kmart (pictured) has since sold out online, but dozens of shoppers revealed there’s still some stock available at their stores so it’s best to keep a look out 








The popular item has since sold out online, but dozens of shoppers revealed there’s still some stock available at their stores so it’s best to keep a look out. 

Many people raged that they had just invested in new kettles and wished they had heard about the dispenser sooner.

‘How did I not know about this? I only got a new kettle yesterday,’ one woman complained.

Many said they had ordered the device after seeing positive reviews on Facebook.

One said: ‘Reminds me of the hot water urns our mums used to have in the ’70s, but a lot safer. Getting one.’

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