Quooker have launched the Quooker CUBE. A single tap which combines…
100°C boiling water
Chilled filtered water
Available to install in your home now, you can get a sneak preview in our showroom as we have just fitted the Quooker this week.
We already love the versatility it gives our kitchen designs (and the easy access to chilled water in this hot weather!). It truly is the tap that does it all.
The evolution of the CUBE
Quooker have long been market leaders in 100°C boiling water taps – combining slick functionality with designs to suit every kitchen.
The development of the CUBE may be a natural evolution from the boiling water tap, but that’s not all it is.
It’s a way to remove the need to purchase bottled water, because chilled, filtered still or sparkling water is constantly available in your own home.
This not only saves you money but it also reduces our plastic usage – an important step forward for the environment.
How the CUBE works
The CUBE is a second reservoir which sits neatly next to the Quooker hot water tank (or in an adjacent cabinet). It can be purchased alongside a new Quooker tap or as an addition to your existing Quooker system*.
The chilled still or sparkling water is generally served at around 5°C colder than the normal water temperature.
* Please note that the Quooker CUBE is only compatible with existing systems which were produced after October 2017.
Want to know more?
Take a look at this interview with Quooker’s Co-Owner Walter Peteri and Marketing Director Martijn Punt, as they answer retailers’ questions about the CUBE. Including whether it will be able to dispense beer (spoiler alert: it won’t!).
The new introduction comes hot on the heels of award-winning success. Last month Quooker won the “Best Kitchen Tap Brand” category at the Bathroom & Kitchen Update awards 2019. The BKU awards are uniquely voted on by kitchen industry professionals – so to win is a huge vote of confidence from Quooker’s peers. Try the Quooker CUBE in our showroom We now have the Quooker CUBE installed in our showroom – why not pop in for a visit and try it out for yourself?