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Quooker launches new faucet model: Front

Quooker launches new faucet model: Front

Quooker's newest faucet is called Front. A modern design that shines in simplicity, but meanwhile can do everything: cold, hot, 100°C boiling and chilled and sparkling water. In both stainless steel and black, the Front is a distinct appearance in the kitchen with an updated control on the front of the spout. Starting in November, Front will be available through kitchen dealers.

Industrial and ergonomic
The Front's flawless design immediately catches the eye. A sleek tubular shape. Clean, minimalist and at the same time outspoken. Unlike other Quooker faucets, the lever for hot and cold water is on the front of the spout. Pretty convenient.

The Front is available in two finishes: stainless steel and black. The faucet can be combined with any Quooker tank. As with other Quooker faucets, press the child-safe control knob twice and turn counterclockwise for instant 100°C boiling water. Combine the Front with a CUBE for chilled and sparkling water. Turn the knurled knob until the first click for chilled water. Draw sparkling water by continuing to turn until the second click.

About Quooker
Henri Peteri is the inventor of the world's first boiling water faucet. In 1990, he first introduced the world to direct boiling water from the tap. This unleashed a revolution in the kitchen: the Quooker ("quick cooker") became a fixture in the modern kitchen. Quooker is fast conquering the world and now has offices in 15 countries. From the headquarters in Ridderkerk, the Netherlands, more than 450 people work daily on new technical ideas and design solutions that make Quooker faucets even more economical, even easier to use and even more beautiful.

Director Walter Peteri: 'A Quooker faucet can no longer be left out of the modern kitchen. People's busy lives make all products that provide convenience and time savings very popular. In addition, a Quooker system is a sustainable investment in your kitchen because you can save water and energy. Product innovation is in our DNA, and behind the scenes we work hard every day to make the system even more economical. We are well on our way to making a Quooker faucet an indispensable kitchen tool worldwide.

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