5 Best Instant Hot Water Dispensers
Blanch vegetables, make tea or coffee, hot cereals, thaw frozen foods, sanitize silverware, warm baby bottles, and make hot compress. No waiting for water to boil.
- 1 What is a hot water dispenser?
- 2 How difficult is it to install?
- 3 Things to Consider
- 4 Safety Features and Safety Concerns
- 5 InSinkErator HC-WaveC-SS – Best Instant Hot and Cold Water Dispenser
- 6 Ready Hot RH-200-F560-CH – Best Hot Water Dispenser for Continuous Water Flow
- 7 InSinkErator H-WaveSN-SS – Best Overall Hot Water Dispenser System
- 8 Waste King H711-U-SN – Best Instant Hot Water Dispenser for Power vs Efficiency
- 9 InSinkErator Invite H-HOT100 – Best reverse osmosis filter system for easy install
What is a hot water dispenser?
Instant hot water dispensers allow you to have hot water instantly. This two part system has a small a spout that sits next to your kitchen faucet and a hot water tank that is positioned under the kitchen sink. The tank has a temperature dial that can be adjusted to your needs.
How difficult is it to install?
Installation should take between 2-4 hours. Most are pretty easy to install. I think the InSinkErator seems to be the easiest to install. I like their instruction manual, installation videos and most people seem to be happy with their customer service.
Things to Consider
Check the maximum allowable counter thickness on your dispenser model. A measurement from the spout to the wall will be needed to know if handles can be used fully. Make sure you have a grounded outlet under the sink. And there should be enough room under sink for the tank to sit. This may be an issue if you have a filtration device already there.
Safety Features and Safety Concerns
Use a grounded outlet only. Do not store any flammables or towels under the sink when using a hot water dispenser system.
InSinkErator is a well know and reliable brand for instant hot water dispensers. They make a lot a different models but this model is interesting because it includes not only piping hot water but also cool drinking water. It has two levers, one for the hot and the other for cool water. Each lever has an automatic shut off for safety. The stainless steel tank holds ⅔ gallon of hot water that ranges from 160-200 degrees depending on what setting you choose. The tank has an easy control system that allows you to be in charge of water temperature. Instillation is very easy requiring on 5 simple steps.
The Ready Hot RH 200 has ready to go hot and cool water from a swiveling 2 lever spout. Cold water will stay on continuously once the lever is turned on and the hot water will stay on continuously once the safety lock has been engaged. This is a feature that many people like over the other brands. The spout comes in chrome or a brushed nickel finish. The 2.5 quart stainless steel tank will heat water up to 190 degrees.
This stylish InSinkErator model has all you need with a satin nickel spout that looks great in any kitchen. An instant hot water dispenser allows you to blanch vegetables, make tea, or sanitize silverware instantly. No more having to wait for a kettle or microwave to heat up your water. The stainless steel tank is stored under your sink and allows you to control the temperature. Most InSinkErator hot water dispensers come with warranties. This model has a 3 year we come to you warranty.
The Waste King instant hot water dispenser offers a 1300 watt water tank that allows you to make coffee, tea, hot cereals and even cook pasta quickly and conveniently. The powerful ⅝ gallon stainless steel tank heats water up to 190 degrees. The stain nickel spout has a safety vent system that releases any pressure that might build up in the tank. It’s easy to instal and extremely quiet. The Waste King is energy efficient and comes with a 1 year replacement warranty.
Yes, this is the third InSinkErator hot water dispenser that I am reviewing. They have so many options that its difficult to choose just one of their models to write about. And they tend to dominate in this category. This, more affordable, model has a push button instead of a lever. It’s not quite as sleek but it comes with the same ⅔ gallon stainless steel tank and 5 easy step installation. The warranty is shorter, only a 1 year warranty for this model.