- The Top Tap To Transform Your Kitchen
Introducing The New Quooker Flex
If you’re looking for a new kitchen, you will undoubtedly be pondering over the style and layout. Just as important though is what appliances will be available to you and your family to ensure that your new kitchen not only looks great but also meets your day-to-day needs perfectly.
Appliance manufacturers are continually developing their products to be more efficient, stylish and ultimately be super safe.
Boiling water taps are a kitchen must-have for 2019 and Quooker specialise in this simple yet revolutionary idea which they have been developing since 1970. They have launched the much anticipated ‘Flex’; with its versatile pull-out hose teamed with their classic combination of boiling water, mixer and filtered water tap, this new model is certainly something to shout about.
With a Quooker tap in your home, you always have instant access to 100 Degree boiling water. No more filling a pan or a kettle with water and having to wait – just 100-degree boiling water from the tap within a second. It’s perfect if you want to make a cup of tea, cook pasta, blanch vegetables, rinse that greasy oven dish or even prepare a baby’s bottle.
If you need boiling water numerous times a day, the Quooker is much more efficient than using a kettle. Most people typically boil more water than necessary every time they make a cup of tea and with the Quooker you only use the amount of water you require each time. Quooker also state the Flex costs approximately 3 pence a day to have boiling water to hand which is extremely cost-effective. Not only that, a Quooker removes the necessity of have a kettle taking up valuable worktop space and has a compact, accessible tank that can be opened to create easy access for cleaning which means it will last longer.
When it comes to safety, Quooker are conscious in their design and recommend that it is the safest choice for every household. With various safety features including a childproof handle, the entire spout is fully insulated and when boiling water is in use, a lamp will light up. As the water is dispensed at 100 degrees, a Quooker aerates the stream rather than expelling it as a solid jet. This is to prevent the risk of serious scalds or burns. And perhaps most importantly: a Quooker can’t fall over, unlike a kettle or a pan.
Your next steps…
If you’d like to enquire further about our boiling water taps, why not schedule a meeting with one of our designers at one of our showrooms? You can find out more information by simply clicking below…