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Hot Water Dispenser - 2/3 Gallon - Satin Nickel

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This practical hot water dispenser from In Sink Erator can be used for cooking, cleaning, making beverages and more! It activates at the push of a button and has easy-to-adjust temperature control. The tank connections do not require tools and a dry-start protection helps to ease installation. 2/3 gallon capacity. 1-year in-home limited warranty.

Product specifications

Satin Nickel
2/3 gallon
Hot 100
In-home - 1 year
Invite Series

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Hot Water Dispenser - 2/3 Gallon - Satin Nickel is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 691.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from How in the word are they still selling these? [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Nothing but problems. We have gone through three complete units plus a 4th lower unit (tanks) in 2 years. We have an expensive water filtration system in our home so the water is not the problem. Among many other past issues our most recent issues included a pin size hole in the tank body. See attached photo. I have spent countless hours working on the hot100 and let me tell you! Nothing but cheap garbage parts used in building these. Wish there were other options out there.
Date published: 2020-01-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bad and Good THE BAD? First, ours spurts the water out when you first press on it and then will have a steady stream. It isn't so bad that you burn yourself, but I really don't like having it spray like that. Second, after having it for 4 months, the button now sticks so hard that I can't get it back up, so the water just flows until the button works it's way back up. Like a previous comment, I would recommend the handle, not the button. Third, like one of the commenters said, you will need extra parts. My husband had to go to the hardware store twice to get the right part - the first one wasn't right. So be prepared for some work. THE GOOD? It does provide hot water and is nice looking, a sleek design. Also, when I called the company to tell them about my issues, they gave me the option of having a plumber come out and, if found defective, they would replace it at their expense (otherwise I have to pay if no defect is found) or to send me a new one that I install myself. I appreciate that responsive customer service.
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Back in business My previous Insinkerator point-of-service water heater was used a good deal and functioned well for about 6 years. It then began leaking slightly and somehow getting air in it between uses. After replacing it with this model, we're back in business -- instant hot water for brewing tea, instant coffee, and cooking. I like the improved ease of adjusting temperature compared to the older model. So, far, the push-button valve is a bit LESS easy to use than the lever, which never malfunctioned, on the older model. The larger tank on this model takes up more precious space under the sink, but it's capacity may be a little larger, as well -- a fair trade-off
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy We had this unit for 3months and it would not stop leaking. Hard to install and had to take it back to the store. Bought a different model. We had one for 8year before we bought this model. I would not recommend this model
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product has very good features. Easy hookup and tool-free I bought the Invite H-HT100 to replace an older model that was not working when we moved into our house. It functions well, and the near-boiling hot water is great for a fast cup of instant coffee or tea. Having the dial on the front of the unit makes for easy temerature adjustments. The only reason I gave only four bars for installation is because there is not much room between the cabinate in sink, and it took a bit of maneuvering to attach it. Also needed an extension line for the same reason. If you donl't haave a good amount of space under your sink think about going for a different model. Overall, excellent product
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Product is great, except ... I drink a lot of tea, so the HOT100 is a perfect fit for me. I installed this myself, and it was not easy. It is easy for what they have instructions for, but they totally skip over connecting this to the water supply. The supply line for this is a 1/4 in copper tube. The kit doesn't come with, but needs a 1/4 in sleeve, ferrel and a nut. The 1/4 in supply line is only 3 ft long, so if your supply valves are on the floor, you need to lengthen it. To fix this I got a 6 ft ice maker supply line. Then I cut the 1/4 tube close to the faucet, at the same position where the blue line connects. Because you have to manipulate this are to mount the faucet, I had to flare the 1/4 supply line and connect a 1/4 flare to 1/4 MIP fitting, then I added a 1/4 MIP to 1/4 compression fitting to connect the 6 ft supply line. You must flare the 1/4 tube to prevent it from leaking. After the tough installation, the faucet is great. I always have near boiling water at all times. I suggest to turn it all the way up, wait for it to boil and spit seam from the faucet. Then slowly lower it until it stops spitting steam. I would have given this 5 stars, but InSinkErator needs to re-design the supply line.
Date published: 2018-05-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Push button Push button is hard to push for arthritic hands. Bought a different style and love it.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Working great [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We had one of these 16 years ago and I loved it. It died after about 5 years, and it took until now for me to decide to get another. There have been several advances in the tech now, and that's great. I like having the thermostat so I can get it as hot as possible without boiling. The only downfall is the fact that the copper supply line isn't long enough to reach the shutoff valve, and my shutoff isn't in an unusual location. Having read the previous reviews about this, I made sure that I also picked up a short piece of 1/4" copper, a compression union, and a compression adapter so I could connect to my supply line.
Date published: 2018-10-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk. Do NOT Buy! Total junk. This was just installed two weeks ago and already there are leaks, and the button sticks and water keeps running. Waste of money. See attached image...button sticks and water runs continuously.
Date published: 2018-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very reliable. Wouldn't be without one. We purchased an insnkerator hot water dispenser 10 years ago and used it several times a day to make instant coffee, shorten time required to boil water for pasta, etc. Well after 10 years it finally bit the dust. A heater feedthrough finally failed and a leak developed. But this was after 10 years of faithful service. What lasts 10 years nowadays? So we purchased a replacement and to my delight, the new unit was still the same design as the old one. Replacement was a snap. I appreciated that. In my review I said ease of installation was only average but that is for installing a new one from scratch. A little under- the-sink contortion is required as would be expected.
Date published: 2020-07-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just installed Replaced older model so had to actually mount this one compared to the other one that just hung on a screw base. Fairly straight forward to install. Few things to note as other reviewers did, it does not come with the brass nut and ferrule (which it should) when you hook up to water line so get that while your picking this up. There's no template for the mounting holes, would have been helpful, so measure your screw spacing carefully. Was fairly larger than my last one, so get the measurements under the counter, especially if you have to put it close to the garbage disposal. I have a 1 inch granite counter so I did not use the spacing nut as I could not get the screw to go through it all the way to get the clamp ring on. Instructions were not very clear that you may not need it, but other than that, went in quickly and had hot water in a few minutes.
Date published: 2018-09-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent product, needs parts to hook up [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this as a replacement for an older one (same brand) with a twist top. As others said, the copper tube for main supply is bare so unless you have a female compression fitting right by the fixture or an extension line (only likely if you were doing a replacement) you will need to buy additional parts. It tells you (kind of) on the back of the box. The fixture is kind of cheap (lightweight) and I don't think it would take an accidental bump by a person very well. I like the push-button feature. I think if you keep it clean it shouldn't give you issues.
Date published: 2020-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well! The product works amazingly. I have always wanted one. I remember seeing one in a fancy house when I babysat as a teenager. It seemed it was pretty easy for my handy husband to install. But we also had the hookups for one before that the previous owners of the house broke. The only bad thing it is my husband bought it as a gift oh, so I did not get a pick out the right make and model I wanted and it is on the opposite side of the sink that I wanted but these are all things that I cannot change. Overall great product love having the hot water at the drop of a dime for tea when I am not feeling well or even pots and pans with stuck on food, great to let them sit in hot water!!
Date published: 2020-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product however I fell in love with the insinkerator hot water dispenser sat my daughter's house so I had one installed. Unfortunately, I had the one with button installed. The button sticks in the down position when depressed to dispense water. We have to use a straight edge screwdriver to lift the button or the entire tank will empty. If I had a chance to reinstall, I would pay the extra $50 and get the model with the lever.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hot water dispenser This is the 2nd one I've had. The first one lasted around 8 years, then started spitting air/water. So off to the big box store to get another one. After installing the new one, I took the old one apart. Everything inside looked just fine, aside from some scale deposits in the tank. Turns out there is a small plastic filter or collector that has a small check valve ball. After reading the forums about ti, I could have probably saved another huge expense for a replacement, when cleaning out the ball valve would have fixed it. Oh well,.. piece of mind for next time around These are like a commodity once you get it, you can't live without it. Instant hot water is just fantastic.
Date published: 2019-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good little instant hot water tank It has been working great so far. The real test is after the warranty is up when a lot of these products seem to break. Bought this to replace a similar one that was 10 years old, so I am hoping to get the same life out of this. Installation is easy, only gripes I had was since it was a replacement attaching the faucet under the sink was a bit tricky. Hard to reach around the sink and screw blind. Also the copper water supply line was shorter than the previous insinkerstor hot water one, so I needed to go to the store to get a 12 inch extension hose. I wish the faucet would stick out a little further into the sink, but it works. For the price point it is at, it’s a good value buy.
Date published: 2020-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sometimes the button gets stuck and the water will not turn off I wish it had more of a handle function than just the button so you could chose to turn it off when you need to. Other than that it is great - looks beautiful and usually is not stuck in the on position.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome This is our 5th. inst hot. We installed the first one about 20 years ago. The hard water finally got to that one so we had to replace it. When we bought a vacation home in Big Bear in 2007 we installed another, which is still working fine. We bought a permanent home in Big Bear, remodeled the kitchen and, of course, that included an insta hot. We moved to Apple Valley, and recently installed the new bigger insta hot. Great for tea, hot cocoa, instant oatmeal or anything else that requires piping hot water. Every kitchen needs one. My daughter had one installed in her recent remodel. Love it!
Date published: 2019-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Button sticks. Poor design We've had this unit installed less than a month and the button sticks to the point where it is now completely unusable. Massive waste of money and now I'll need to take the time to uninstall and re-install a different one. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Product needs less plastic and rubber tubes, longer tubes & better longevity. Product needs less plastic and rubber tubes, longer tubes & better longevity. The clip connection is poor and should be replaced with a standard connection. Very handy for hot water but don't expect it to last over 3 to 4 years at which time the leaks start. I am on my third unit and couldn't use the expensive faucet head due to connection tube problems. Suggest not to upgrade faucet.
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dispenser Drips and will not stop There is something about this dispenser type that every other time it will not stop dripping after you dispense some hot water. I like the design, but a dripping faucet is not acceptable.
Date published: 2016-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really great product for the money We have always had the Hot1 model in our home, and when we built a new home and moved 10/2015, we put another Hot1 in the new house. It stopped heating the water, and when we went to get s new one, the product was discontinued. Thus, we got this model. It is much nicer, very sturdy, and we have had no problems yet. I would totally recommend this product because it is classic/modern/clean looking and is a great value for the price. I will always have this type of product in my home. The only thing when installing... It is a little challenging with a thicker countertop, but we still made it work without a trip to the hardware store, and it really did not take long to put in, even with the thick countertop.
Date published: 2016-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from One thing spoils this hot water dispenser.... The product works just fine. The style is great and I understand the need for a button as opposed to the handle for tighter spaces. What I did not realize before we had this installed is that the spigot does not swivel or move AT ALL like the gooseneck models. I find this very inconvenient. It's possible that I didn't do enough research and I will just have to deal with this. But, if you're like me and like the movement of the spigot on the gooseneck type, you will not be impressed with this model.
Date published: 2016-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant Hot Water! We have been using Insinkerator hot water dispensers for years and love them. They work great! Generally speaking the devices last for 7 to 13 years. It is very important to have a water alarm below the device. When they fail, they fail by leaking that can do significant damage. Our HOT 100 Chrome works awesome and is very stylish, matching our faucet beautifully. It is important not to turn the unit to it's highest setting as this can cause boiling. I highly recommend the HOT 100 Chrome.
Date published: 2020-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much larger than I expected I replaced a HOT 1 with this unit because I could no longer find anyone selling the unit I have used for decades. My under-sink area isn't all that large and with a garbage disposal already in place, locating a spot close enough to my sink knockout was very perplexing. The instructions clearly stated not to extend any of the tubing that came with the unit. This made for an unsuitable installation in my circumstance. If the tubing had been at least 2" longer I would not have had any difficulty with my installation. My previous HOT1 was slim enough to fit in a much smaller space making its installation extremely easy. The delivery is great. The temperature is perfect. The new sink top spigot is quite attractive.
Date published: 2020-05-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Defective Faucet and company will not stand by it [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this exact model a couple years ago. The button after about a year began sticking in the down position. I lubricated it, etc. Still stuck. I called customer service and they sent another. Lasted about a yearn and a half and same problem! I called them and they would not replace. They gave me a discount for the faucet AND IT IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THE ENTIRE UNIT! THEY SUCK. Overall the heating unit is great, but they have a faulty design in the faucet and will not stand by the product. DON'T BUY IT.
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pay for the better model the button sticks resulting in hot water continually flowing.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Spout to low & does not swivel out of way I am a plumber for 46 years and installed hundred's of In Sink Erator products. Many years ago I sold model 770. They averaged 6 or 7 years until the tank would leak. Because price we switched to H100. When my H100 went bad I wanted to replace with the same model only to find you had just changed it. I like the separate tank but the faucet is very disappointing. The spout does not swivel out of the way,And the operating button is on the wrong side for most right handed people.
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good unit , bad faucet Within 3 months, the push button no longer works. Push the button, the hot water flows and flows and flows. The button does not turn off. A very poor design. Of course, the company wants you to purchase a different on/off faucet. The heating unit is good but not the faucet.
Date published: 2016-05-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sticky button Purchased for my wife as a gift. We remodeled our kitchen and she wanted one. After having a licensed plumber install it, 2 weeks later button began to stick. Soon the water continued to flow and I had to disconnect and unplug the unit. I ordered a new one. Was told with the in home warranty service that ( if the unit was not defective that I would have to pay for the service call) So I installed the new one myself after being told it was a one time offer.
Date published: 2019-04-13
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