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. This is why a Quooker adds so much to your household.
How does it taste? Well.. An active carbon filter in the tank purifies every delivery of boiling water. Furthermore, because the tank keeps it under pressure, at a temperature of 110°C it remains constantly fresh. This technology keeps the water hot without needing to use much energy, which translates to very minimal running costs. The Quooker CUBE is fitted with a Hollow Fibre filter and an Active Carbon filter that removes any bacteria from the water, giving you instantly chilled, fresh water every time.
Anyone who needs boiling water several times a day will not use more energy with a Quooker than with a kettle. With a Quooker COMBI tank (which provides both boiling and hot water all from a cold feed), you can even save energy. This is the first ‘boiler’ in the world with high-vacuum insulation, using 50 percent less energy than a household boiler. As the most energy-efficient hot water supply for the kitchen, the Quooker COMBI has an energy rating of A. Make your purchase even more sustainable by adding a Quooker CUBE that makes plastic water bottles redundant.
A Quooker Is a kitchen appliance that can be used for a multitude of tasks. Whether it is tea or coffee, blanching vegetables or sterilising baby bottles or even cleaning dirty pans, the Quooker can do it all! With the Quooker Flex, which is equipped with an extendable hose, rinsing your sink or cleaning that chopping board just became even easier. The Quooker is also a great choice If you’re looking to maximise work-top space and be rid of unsightly wires!
With a Quooker it‘s impossible to turn the boiling on accidentally. It requires a double- push and turn on an inconspicuous ring mechanism, which is completely separate from the regular cold and hot. The water is injected with air, and so is a fine spray which ensures the avoidance of accidental scalds or burns. Quookers have a double insulated spout, and so are cool to the touch, unlike kettles. Last but not least, you cannot accidentally knock, tip or ‘spill’ a Quooker as one can with a kettle or pan of boiling water.