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INSINKERATOR HWT-F1000S STAINLESS STEEL TANK FOR HOT WATER DISPENSER

SKU: 387507
   based on 298 Reviews
94% recommend this product
$279.78/ea
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 based on 298 reviews


Works fine but very expensive! Rated 4 by MB72
  Yes, I recommend this product.
This was essentially an exact replacement for the original tank. The original tank had developed a hole after about seven years. Installation was easy and the system worked fine without any problems. I did not install the filter as I do not want to have one more item that requires periodic maintenance. Our water supply is pretty much free of suspended matter that might be filterable. The price was too high even with the 50% discount. I would have appreciated an opportunity to not receive the filter and pay a lower price. There was too much lag time between placement of the order an shipping of the merchandise (I think it was a couple of days).
Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2016


Predecessors to HWT-F1000S tank did not last long Rated 1 by Hobie
Predecessors to HWT-F1000S under-sink instant hot water heater did not last. I am on third unit across ten years; worse yet, I procrastinated three years replacing the first and second units. That means I have had access to this product only four of the ten years.
Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2014


Convenient, but doesn't last long enough Rated 3 by Robert99
These are great little heaters, but they don't last as long as they should for the price. This will be the appliance you'll have to replace at regular intervals. I've had three in 11 years as they only last 4-5 years before they start leaking. All of them have failed the same way. You cannot fix them and must buy a new one to replace it. After 3-4 years, start checking for leaks periodically so it doesn't ruin your cabinet if that's where you have it.
Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2016


Works Well With One Exception Rated 2 by BillH
  No, I do not recommend this product.
The first one we purchased lasted until about a year out of warranty, then is started leaking. Luckily that was discovered early and no water damage was done. I disassembled the unit and discovered the following: Unit has a steel (maybe stainless steel) tank. Unit is well insulated. The complaint is the unit transfers water near boiling temperature through a short length of plastic tubing. The tubing finally succumbed to the extreme temperature and failed. Had they used different material here there would have been no failure, but then there would have been no reason to replace the unit... around a year AFTER the warranty ran out.
Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2014


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