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Quooker Basic Boiling Water Tap | Review

The future of the kitchen has arrived with the introduction of the Quooker boiling water taps. Never again will you have to wait for a kettle to boil before making pasta, preparing baby formula or the most common use, making a cup of tea. Never again will you have to buy a replacement kettle every few years, and never again will you have to clutter your kitchen with a kettle that doesn’t match the scheme of your kitchen. With the arrival of Quooker Boiling Water Taps you can throw away your kettle and start to enjoy boiling water straight from the tap.

A boiling water tap is a revolution in the kitchen as for years and years you will have been used to filling the kettle and waiting 3 minutes while the water boils, where as with Quooker taps you will simply push and turn on the special safety handle and 100°C boiling water flows right from the tap. One of the many benefits of instant hot water is that it is much more energy efficient than a kettle because you only use what you need, so not only do you save energy, you also save water.

Are Quooker Taps Safe?

The first question we asked when presented with a boiling water tap was if it was safe and the answer is a comprehensive, yes. As previously mentioned the tap features a childproof push and turn handle, and with being mounted on to the work surface you don’t have the worry of spillage while walking around the kitchen that you get with a kettle. The spout is double walled so it doesn’t become too hot to touch and hold, and is also height adjustable, perfect for different sized pots and pans.

The Quooker Basic Boiling Water Tap, like all Quooker taps works via a compact, insulated tank that is installed under the work surface which, because of clever engineering, stores water a t 114°C. This means that when water leaves the spout it is 100°C. If you were to use a whole tank of water it would only take 10 to 15 minutes for it to fill up and heat to the required temperature. As the water flows through the tap it also passes through a filter meaning you’ll be drinking cleaner and healthier water.

Although a 3 Litre tank is suitable for a family of 4 or 5, you can also choose from 7 and 11 litre tanks, ideal for those with larger families or who often have guests over. The 90° spout and a choice of 3 finishes, Polished Chrome, Brushed Chrome and Stainless Steel, mean you can choose the best combination of tank and finish to suit your kitchen.

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Alistair Ward

I've been at Appliance House since 2011 having worked in every role at the company.

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