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    Boiling Water Taps ?

    Anyone got ? Getting a new kitchen and considering, are you pleased or wish you hadn't bothered ?

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    Had one put in around 10 years ago when we had a new kitchen. Insinkerator see link. Great addition to the kitchen. No longer any need for a kettle. Had to change both the tap and reservoir within the last 6 months but reasonably cheap and easy to do. Drink a lot more tea and coffee now tho!!

    https://www.plumb2u.com/PBSCProduct....gIox%5FD%5FBwE

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    Really good, I was against having one when we changed our kitchen but gave in to wife (as usual 🤣) but worth it. Bought a franke one and it has been faultless

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    I also now drink three times as much coffee 🤣

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    Coffee boiling, coffee spoiling.
    Great for making tea though.

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    Re: Boiling Water Taps ?

    Put the boiling water in the cup first then add coffee when it goes off the boil

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bloop View Post
    Coffee boiling, coffee spoiling.
    Great for making tea though.
    depends on the type of tea

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    Coffee with water I loves a milky coffee I do, just had one in fact, milky/coffee skin on top as well

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    Re: Boiling Water Taps ?

    I don't have young children but are there safety features on these things to prevent injury to kids? (Or doddering old buggers like some of us on here?)

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    Yes, you have to hold in a red button at the same time for it to work

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    I have a Quooker Flex, highly recommended

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    Got one in work but it is "scalding" not water not "boiling", do they now do boiling then?

    Never use it for tea as it needs to be boiling for maximum percolation.

    Okay to top the kettle up though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacAdder View Post
    Got one in work but it is "scalding" not water not "boiling", do they now do boiling then?

    Never use it for tea as it needs to be boiling for maximum percolation.

    Okay to top the kettle up though.
    Quooker is boiling yes

    https://www.quooker.co.uk/how-a-quooker-works

    The cold filtered water is a waste of time though, dribbles out

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    Re: Boiling Water Taps ?

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    Yes, you have to hold in a red button at the same time for it to work
    So you turn the tap on with one hand, push the red button with the other hand, what do you hold the cup with?
    Or is it a device to get people closer together? I'd vote for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xsnaggle View Post
    So you turn the tap on with one hand, push the red button with the other hand, what do you hold the cup with?
    Or is it a device to get people closer together? I'd vote for that.
    I don't think there is a vote

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    Re: Boiling Water Taps ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    I don't think there is a vote
    Bugger!

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