Vintage Sunbeam Hot Shot hot beverage makers from the ’70s

Shirley Jones for Sunbeam Hot Shot II hot coffee drink maker - 1977 (1)

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The vintage Sunbeam Hot Shot Hot Beverage Makers (1974)

For soup or hot drinks wherever you want them

— Now get bubbling hot water in about 90 seconds

— Tank under hinged lid holds up to 10 ounces of tap water

— Dispenser lever gives you water for instant coffee, tea, soup, cocoa — any hot drink.

— Signal light lets you know when water’s ready.

— One-touch on Fast-Heat lever heats water bubbling in about 90 seconds. Refills even faster.

— Perfect gift for anybody with den, workshop, in school dorm — any hot drink fan anywhere.

Vintage The Sunbeam Hot Shot Hot Beverage Maker

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Shirley Jones: “I found a quick hot drink maker that even brews real drip coffee!” (1977)

It’s my Sunbeam Hot Shot II Hot Beverage Maker.

I just press the lever and get steaming hot water in less than 90 seconds. For instant soups, bouillon, tea, or hot chocolate.

It’s also a two-cup drip coffeemaker, just the right size for anyone who wants a personal coffee maker. It brews 12 ounces of drip coffee in the handy brew basket.

If you’re on the go like I am, saving time is everything! Now I can serve up good, hot drinks for everyone— in a hurry. Thanks to the Hot Shot II Hot Beverage Maker from Sunbeam.

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Shirley Jones for Sunbeam Hot Shot II hot coffee drink maker - 1977 (2)

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