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The one and only 100ºC BOILING WATER tap
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A true revolution ...

Every now and then a 'vital' new kitchen appliance comes along which changes
the face of cooking. Trend-setters buy it, their friends see it and immediately want one, kitchen designers and chefs recommend it, newspapers and magazines review it and eventually it becomes a 'must have' in every kitchen….

The Quooker boiling water tap is one of those rare 'must haves'. This simple, ultra-safe idea immediately renders kettles out of date and takes kitchens a giant leap forward. Although it's new to the UK, over 100,000 kitchens in Europe already depend on their Quookers for instant boiling water.

And the applications are endless. Quooker users still come up with new ones. The most obvious one is making a cup of tea and the latest addition to the list is poaching fish. Of course you can also fill up a pasta pan, blanch vegetables, heat up plates and serving platters, make coffee, prepare baby formula, peel tomatoes, remove candle wax and much more. All done in a moment and with boiling water of 100ºC! After all, only truly boiling water is good enough for the perfect cup of English tea.
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All Quooker taps have a childproof push-and-turn handle. They are also height-adjustable and insulated. The adjustable height comes in handy, for instance, when you want to fill a tall pan or thermos. In this case you adjust the tap to the highest position. The lowest position, on the other hand, is (for example) useful when you want to fill up a small pan with water in your sink. Thanks to the insulated spout, you can do one shortly after the other: just take hold of the spout and slide it up and down.

VAQ denotes the latest generation of Quookers.
The most striking feature of the sleek stainless steel tank is its transparent red lid, through which you can see the Quooker’s microcircuitry.
But what makes the VAQ tank really special is hidden from the eye: its revolutionary high vacuum insulation. We have succeeded in applying this technology to a pressurized reservoir. Combining a high vacuum with a radiation shield provides ultra-efficient insulation, making the Quooker highly energy-efficient. The tank is very compact and can be easily fitted even in kitchens that have drawer units,
if necessary by using the stainless steel mounting bracket that comes as an optional extra. The standby power consumption is only 3 pence per day.

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The Quooker has a push-and-turn mechanism to prevent unwanted operation.

This ensures that children cannot be scalded by the boiling water.

Adjustable outflow
The outflow can swivel and be adjusted in height.
This enables you to set it to a convenient height.

Descaling the aerator
It is advisable to remove limescale from the aerator regularly by removing it from the tap and placing it in vinegar. The intervals at which descaling is required depend on the water hardness. Regular descaling will ensure that the aerator does not block and spray water.
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