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Quooker: anyone got one?

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suddenlycupishalffull Thu 29-Jan-15 20:11:07

We are getting a new kitchen soon and am thinking of getting one of these as I like the idea of getting rid of the kettle. But....are they safe? And are they energy efficient? Anyone got one?

Pagwatch Thu 29-Jan-15 20:14:30

They are bloody brilliant. Threw the kettle away,mouth boiling water straight into a saucepan when needed - so pasta for packed lunch cooks more quickly.
It's safe. You have to push it down and turn to work it. You can't just mistake it for a tap.

I have no idea how energy efficient they are and don't really care tbh.

GrumpySwivelHead Thu 29-Jan-15 20:17:45

We got one that's part of a normal tap. Love it love it love it. Changes your cooking pattern e.g. Pan of water for pasta takes seconds. I'd go for it

suddenlycupishalffull Thu 29-Jan-15 20:35:44

Oh ofcourse, I never even thought about cooking, I was just thinking about getting rid of the kettle, but yes I can see how useful that would be. So a big thumbs up so far smile

PrincessOfThemyscira Thu 29-Jan-15 20:38:41

My in-laws have one. I think the tea & coffee tastes funny, flatter IYKWIM.
It may just be the water (they live 200 miles away) , but I never noticed it when they had a kettle.

Pagwatch Thu 29-Jan-15 20:40:18

Nope - no difference in the taste. It may be their water.

Eastpoint Thu 29-Jan-15 20:41:04

It's brilliant. I think they claim it costs 3p a day to run. You can turn it off very easily when you go on holiday to save power.

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