Quooker cube

Discover the tap that does it all

Simply turn on the tap for boiling, chilled, filtered or sparkling water

Promotional Feature By Caroline Rodrigues |

You probably head to the kitchen tap countless times during the day, to fill the kettle, wash up or just grab a glass of water. But there is a better way to get instant boiling, hot and cold water – one that can save water and energy.

Delivering instant 100°C boiling, hot and cold water, the Quooker system is a revelation. Invented by Dutch physicist Henri Peteri in 1970, Quooker now has hundreds of thousands of users worldwide, all enjoying heated or cold water on demand.

And that’s not all. By adding a Quooker CUBE accessory, you can enjoy instant filtered, chilled and sparkling water too.

Woman pouring hot water for cooking from an instant boiling water tap in a modern kitchen

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How does Quooker work?

Beneath the worktop, a small tank connects to the tap and water supply. This patented Quooker vacuum tank – similar to a flask – holds water under pressure at 110°C.

Quooker technology keeps the water hot without needing to use much energy. The water only boils when it exits the tap – it is not constantly boiling inside the tank. This reservoir not only supplies boiling water, but also hot water for washing up.

Woman pouring hot water from an instant boiling water tap in a family kitchen

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Save water and energy

As a nation, we waste huge amounts of water and energy at home. But when you dispense water from a Quooker tap, you’ll save water and energy by only using the exact amount you need.

When using a kettle, you might boil more water than needed, or re-boil it because the water has cooled. There are several reservoirs to choose from and the Quooker COMBI reservoir has been awarded Energy Label A.

Read more about how to save water in the kitchen with a Quooker tap, and use the handy water calculator to see how much you use on a daily basis.

Rinsing vegetables in cold water from a Quooker tap in a contemporary kitchen

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Add a Quooker CUBE

Add a Quooker CUBE to the system to enjoy filtered chilled and sparkling water straight from the tap. Installed at the bottom of the kitchen cabinet next to the Quooker tank, the CUBE unit has filters to supply purified water and is attached to a CO2 cylinder that provides 60 litres of sparkling water.

CUBE saves water too, as you’ll no longer leave the tap running while waiting for it to get cold enough to drink. And if you’re on the go, take a re-usable bottle filled with Quooker’s chilled and sparkling water. You’ll be saving on plastic bottles and doing your bit to help the planet.

man pouring sparkling water from a Quooker CUBE tap system at home

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More about Quooker

With Quooker you’ll be saving plastic waste, water, energy, and time – all from one tap.

A Quooker Classic Fusion tap starts from £1,450. If you already have a Quooker, when you purchase a Quooker CUBE, from £1,150, installation by a Quooker engineer is just £99 (normally £384) plus you will receive five CO2 cylinders free. That’s the equivalent of 300-litre bottles of sparkling water.