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The story of Quooker began in 1970. Rotterdam-based Henri Peteri was working at Unilever when he had an inspiration that would change his life forever. It was during a presentation on instant soup. ‘And that requires water that has to be on the stove for five minutes?’ thought Peteri, ‘What madness! Why doesn’t boiled water come out of the faucet in our homes!’ Once home, Peteri dove into the basement to develop a prototype of the world’s first boiling water faucet. In 1992, the first Quooker (“quick cooker”) was introduced in the Netherlands.
When you list all the benefits of a Quooker faucet, the choice is easy. Give your kitchen a sustainable upgrade and replace your current faucet with a boiling water faucet from Quooker.
You invest in convenience: you never have to wait for instant boiling water again. You save time, as well as energy and water. A Quooker system is a safe choice in the kitchen thanks to its child-safe control knob, non-massive boiling water spray and stability on the countertop.
A Quooker system consists of a faucet on the countertop and at least one reservoir for 100°C boiling water under the countertop. The reservoir is as well insulated as a thermos, the heat has nowhere to go. As a result, very little energy (10 watts) is required to keep the water in the reservoir at temperature.
Within the collection you can choose from several models and finishes: so there is always a faucet that suits you. The Flex and the Fusion deliver cold, hot and boiling water when you want it. In addition, the Flex has a flexible pull-out hose for hot and cold water, with which you can very conveniently rinse the sink, for example.
Would you also like cool sparkling and filtered water? Then combine your Quooker system with a CUBE. So you get everything from one faucet: cold, hot, 100°C boiling, chilled and sparkling water.
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