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The Quooker was the world’s first boiling water tap and since its invention in 1970, Quooker have continued to develop and create innovative, high quality taps. Designed to make everyday life easier, a Quooker tap is the perfect addition to any new kitchen.


About Quooker


Quooker began in 1970 when Henri Peteri had a life changing idea during a meeting about instant soup. He decided he wanted to design a mixer tap that could provide boiling water, rather than needing to wait for the kettle to boil. If soup could be instant, why couldn’t boiling water?

Peteri started to develop a prototype from the basement in his home in Rotterdam. Eventually his two sons joined the business and in 1992 the first product went on the market to consumers. Quooker are now an internationally successful company, producing over 300,000 Quooker-systems per year.


Is a Quooker safe to use?


A Quooker boiling water tap is incredibly safe to use. Unlike a kettle or a pan of boiling water, a Quooker tap is fixed in place and cannot fall over. Quooker taps have an aerated flow rather than a solid stream of water, which means if your hand did come into contact with the water, it would not scald or burn you.


The fully insulated walls of the tap also mean it is perfectly safe to touch the spout even whilst the boiling water is in use. Another great safety feature is that you need to press the tap in a specific way to activate the boiling water, which means it is much safer to use, especially if you have young children.


Is a Quooker expensive to run?


The stand-by power consumption of a Quooker tap is 10W which is equivalent to a WiFi router. Quooker’s patented insulation technology means it can store water at a constant 108°C which costs around 3p to run per day.