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Anybody got a boiling water tap which isn't a quooker?

(15 Posts)
RubyRedRuby Wed 08-Mar-17 07:07:08

And is it any good? I can't believe how much quooker taps are (but I still really want a boiling water tap!)

dynevoran Wed 08-Mar-17 07:38:26

I have an insinkerator 3 in 1. So far it's amazing. Was about £450 for tap and tank and filter. A family member has had the same one for years and still going well.

RubyRedRuby Wed 08-Mar-17 08:31:13

Is it 100 degrees water. I must be able to make brew smile

RubyRedRuby Wed 08-Mar-17 08:31:46

There should a ? in there somewhere!

dynevoran Wed 08-Mar-17 08:36:17

It's 98. I find it's definitely enough but I'm not a tea purist so you may think different. It's half the price though of a quooker!

Gaaaah Wed 08-Mar-17 08:43:22

We've got a Franke. It was a lot less than a quooker. It's 100 degree water and yes, you can make tea with it grin I use it all the time not just in cooking but also for cleaning purposes. It's so convenient.

ComeTheFuck0nBridget Wed 08-Mar-17 08:43:49

Aren't they ridiculously bad for the environment? Can't you just boil the kettle when you want a cup of tea?

Buglybear Wed 08-Mar-17 09:44:16

We've got a Grohe hot water tap. It runs at 98 degrees. We wouldn't be without it, I love it. But I am a minimalist and don't like anything on my kitchen worktops.

Ours cost about £500 and my husband fitted it himself smile

RubyRedRuby Wed 08-Mar-17 13:51:28

Comethefuckonbridget - why are they bad for the environment? I haven't heard that before.

RubyRedRuby Wed 08-Mar-17 13:52:14

Gaaaah - which Franke one do you have?

Allthebestnamesareused Wed 08-Mar-17 13:53:26

A friend's is continually breaking down and she has to resort to a kettle! So I didn't bother on our kitchen refit.

ImtheSantaAnaWinds Wed 08-Mar-17 13:56:18

Ours is a Grohe 99 degrees one and it is brilliant. It also houses the 'normal' water, so no need for a separate rap. Love it soooo much.

Kerryb79 Wed 08-Mar-17 13:57:39

We have an insinkerator. Had it about 4 years and couldn't live without it.

HomeExtender Wed 08-Mar-17 14:16:40

Gaaaah I'd also like to know which Franke one you have. Thanks.

ShortLass Wed 08-Mar-17 16:15:20

I've read that it costs 3p per day to run a boiling water tap and 2.5p to boil a kettle. So if you boil more than two kettles a day, you would be using less electricity.

Although it depends on how many kettles you boil in a day I suppose.

I've decided I want a Franke 4-in-one because it has a filter for use in a hard water area as well as supplies normal hot and cold water like a regular kitchen tap.

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