This InSinkErator® Involve™ Series system, which includes the View instant hot water dispenser and re-engineered Stainless Steel Tank, provides 200°F near-boiling water for a variety of uses. Transitionally designed, the Involve View complements both soft contemporary and traditional design styles. Enjoy hot water right when you need it - now.
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- Includes 2/3 gallon Stainless Steel tank that delivers 60 cups/hour of near-boiling 200°F water
- Compact all metal dispenser construction
- InSinkErator 3-Year We Come To You® In-Home Full Service Limited Warranty Covers parts and labor
- UL listed
- 115 volts, 750 watts, 6.25 amps
- Available in two finishes: Chrome and Satin Nickel
|Capacity||2/3-gallon hot water tank dispenses 60 cups of 200˚F water per hour|
|Electrical||115 volts A.C., 750 watts, 6.25 amp heating element with grounded three (3) prong plug|
|Thermostat||Snap-action, adjustable from 160˚F to 210˚F (factory pre-set at 200˚F)|
|Hot Valve||Instant, self-closing|
|Shipping Weight||Approximately 8.5 lbs.|
|Required Hole Diameter||1- 1/2" (standard)|
Installation Care and Use Manual
Reviews / Q&A
Involve H-View - Chrome is rated out of 5 by 180.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barnie from Love it! I love this product. It is so nice to have the instant hot water for tea, soup, etc. Much better than waiting for the water to boil on the stove!
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by 0rlob from Good performer Works well, somewhat noisy as compared with previous unit, does not shutoff immediately as handle is released
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Insinkcustomer from we do not want to without this unit, it is so convient to get a quick cup to qt. hot water, rince a dish, warm a cild coffee cup, etc We have purchased perhaps 4 to 6 units over last 25 years, early ones had steel tank, then the norm seemed to be stainless steel tank which lasts much much longer. We simply need to replace after 4-6 years due to use. Need a small amt. of warm water, take some cold and warm with the hot tap, not long wait for the pipe from 40 gal. water heater to discharge in sink before hot arrives from water heater. We continue to like these units. Heavy minerals in home water can accumulate which will colect in tank, having a water softner that removes minerals helps with this. Buy again, YES. Had once purchased a slightly simpler unit but came back to this Insinkerator brand.
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by bobba from Have used InSinkErator products in the past and they just keep getting better! Good quality and relatively easy to install. Works like it is supposed to. Have used InSinkErator products (Hot water dispenser and garbage disposal) in the past and they just keep getting better!
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Betty70 from Had one in IN so moving to NC had one put in. Love the convenience! Couldn't live without it! Had one at our Indiana home and loved it, so bought one for NC place.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nkietz777 from Love it I never got warm water right away in my kitchen due to my pipes being too long. So I decided to purchase the insinkerator. Love it!!! The setup was pretty easy, the connections on the other hand a bit tricky on my end due to my motion sensor faucet. I decided to have a plumber install it. Couldn't be happier, works as a charm. Use it for dishes and it's hot enough to have instant tea water.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by KarenFromLewes from Reliable We have been using Insinkerator Instant Hot Water heaters for 20+ years. The units last about 8-10 years. The unit is easy to replace. Hot water instantly saves time and money based on internet research. While the Insinkerator was out of service, I used an electric kettle where I had to wait for the water to heat. Happy Day once the new Insinkertor was installed.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by Frustrated2017 from This product is very poorly designed in regards to the dispenser. Purchased this product a year ago but had to buy a replacement model as the faucet would not stay together unless you held the back. Purchased a replacement model at the beginning of March 2017 and had a plumber come and install it. The water dispenser on the new model is broken as it barely allows any water to dispense. I have to schedule a plumber again to have it removed so that I can return this product to the vendor that I purchased it from. In addition to the costs of these units, I have paid for two plumbers to remove and install a replacement.
Date published: 2017-04-10
How long is the threaded section?
I will be installing on top of a granite counter top. I want to be sure that there are an adequate number of threads below for mounting. What would be the maximum thickness of the counter top?
I believe you should ask the plumber. But I have granite for a counter top and have no problems what so ever. mdw
Date published: 2014-02-22
Any solution for sputtering?
My unit is 6 years old and recently, when I dispense water, it almost immediately starts sputtering, rather than flowing out normally. Used to be that it would flow normally, except when I was filling a large pan and then toward the end, it would sputter. But now it starts with the sputtering almost immediately. Anything I can do?
I would try to turn the temperature down a little.
Date published: 2017-02-04
Is there copper tubing for the hot water?
Our last hot water dispenser started to leak because of the plastic tubing. What is the tubing used to carry the hot water from the tank to the faucet? Can we have a copper tubing option? Thanks!
Sorry to hear that! All three of our tank connections are plastic. Our unit is new, so no leaks. Oddly, it has a 1/4" copper line MOST of the way from faucet to tank... but they connect through a short plastic tube. Odd! :-(
Date published: 2015-09-05
Will the hot water dispenser install with sink under granite countertops?
I have seen reviews stating that an extension is needed and the part was not long enough.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Is it imperative that you must use a sink top switch if you only have one electrical outlet and the disposal is using one of the recepticals?
Yes, it we had to do that. We bought the Insinkerator top sink switch to give us an extra outlet. Unfortunately, this will take up one of your accessory holes. We were lucky in that we have a sink with 4 holes: one for the faucet, one for the dishwater aerator so we used the other two for the Insinkerator top switch and dispenser. Good luck!
Date published: 2017-05-13