The tap that does it all. With a Quooker in your kitchen you always have instant 100°C boiling water alongside regular hot and cold. Add a Quooker CUBE and you will also have filtered chilled and sparkling water – all from the same tap.
You'll be surprised to discover how often you need boiling water during a day. You get up, and then? Coffee. Or tea. And if you've got time, a soft-boiled egg perhaps. Do you have small children? Then you'll have to make up formula milk or porridge and sterilise the bottles. Again: boiling water.
During the day, there will be more coffee and tea moments, but you also use boiling water for household tasks. Cleaning that encrusted frying pan, for example. Removing candle wax from a holder.
Nothing wrong with the good old electric kettle or whistling kettle. But when you list all the advantages of the Quooker, there's no competition. Discover why a Quooker adds so much to your household.
The flow of water is not a solid jet.
The child-safe handle.
The safe handle and the illuminated light ring make this unlikely, but imagine for a second that you are holding your hands under the flow of boiling water. You’d pull your hands back before you get badly burned because the boiling-water flow, while hot, is a not solid stream of water. It is made of fine drops; a huge difference to the solid jet of water that will hit you if the kettle falls over. That could cause serious burns in a single instant.
A sophisticated safety system ensures that a Quooker will never automatically dispense boiling water. You first have to press the handle twice and then turn it. It is only then that boiling water flows from the tap. This system has been extensively tested. The complex press-turn movement means that the risk of ‘accidentally’ turning the boiling-water tap on is very small. This helps to protect young, curious children. In addition, the button has a light ring that illuminates while the tap is on to warn the user: warning, I’m dispensing boiling water!