Summary: Its only for me so I use a bigger cup as the ones that come with it are very small, but it fills one big cup nicely. I use instant coffee so only put water into it. No instruction book came with it but I asked seller for one and it was sent quickly. You have to remember to switch it off. I like it and use it every day but wouldn't be so pleased if I wanted to use the 2 small cups. It is a great price compared to others so guess you get what you pay for.
Summary: It is a neat little machine but the cups are very small. I tried to use a bigger cup but it was too tall. I then chose a smaller wider cup which worked well but I then found that the tea was not very hot. It would be better if there was just a bit more space to fit a tall mug. Otherwise good value for money.
Summary: Ok for a cup of black coffee, and can be used with tea bags, you must be very careful to measure the water, and the cups do not fill evenly causing one to overflow if you measure by filling to the top. Not really good enough for a morning cup of tea in bed.
Summary: Being pleased with the coffee maker I had had for about a year, I bought one for my Son's family. I was disappointed to see that, unlike mine, it had a continental plug and adapter, rather than a simple UK plug.
Summary: These are not cups, they are egg cups. The machine is so light it's dangerous, impossible to turn on or off without it sliding or toppling. Very cheap look & feel. For some reason, comes with a 2 pin plug which further adds to the uselessness. Might be ok for a French midget.
Summary: Had to complain to supplier twice - cups filled un-equally and nothing would even this up! Now have two of them - both as described so, as a gentleman, I have the smaller cup of early morning beverage! Otherwise, works a dream!
Summary: Bought this for my mum, who's in her eighties and doesn't like anything that needs a manual to understand how to use it. She's delighted with this tea-making device and uses it every morning for her 'wake-up' cuppa.