Grohe Duo hot water tap £447.99 Amazon
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Grohe Duo hot water tap £447.99 Amazon

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Found 22nd Jun 2016
Yes I know it's a lot more money than a kettle, but this is a phenomenal price for this. I have one and it's excellent. When I bought it I set up a camelcamelcamel alert, just got the email so thought I'd share. I paid a LOT more than this.

GROHE Red Hot Water Tap
GROHE Red Duo (2 Handles) Tap and Single-boiler with C-shape Spout
Instant kettle hot water plus integrated kitchen tap.

Instant refreshment on demand. In the past you would have needed a pot or kettle, now it comes directly from the tap. The innovative GROHE Red system keeps three litres of filtered kettle hot water ready for immediate use at all times.

Take a moment to count up just how many times you need kettle hot water in the kitchen. When you’re looking forward to a nice cup of tea or coffee, when you want pasta in tomato sauce in an instant, for blanching vegetables etc.

With GROHE Red, you can draw filtered kettle hot water directly from the tap without having to wait. Up to three litres. Simple. Economical. WRAS approved for all installations.

GROHE Red proves that convenience and environmental awareness do not have to be mutually exclusive. In contrast to a water boiler or boiling water on a hob, with our innovation you only heat as much water as you need. This saves water, energy and costs.

This product also comes with a GROHE Blue filter cartridge, which can purify up to 600 litres of water and can be replaced in just a few steps. It delivers a pure, refreshing water taste without the after taste of heavy metals, limescale or chlorine.
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Not meaning to sound annoyed, but could people justify the cold votes? Can you find this cheaper anywhere? This IS an amazing price for this product. People do pay this much for just a tap. This is a kitchen tap, a kettle, and a water filtration system, made by a reputable tap company.
Don't worry about it a lot of people will vote cold because you can buy a kettle for a tenner from tesco. I agree TAps are expensive and I seen this when we just had our kitchen fitted I would have looked at this
Filters £60-£70 for only 600L

Ouch
Not going to vote either way, but seems like an incredible waste of money
Have some heat from me, it's a good price for what it is.
Not my cup of tea (see what I did there :p).

Btw, I don't really think you can say that it is all of those things. You still need another set of taps anyway, you still need a kettle as this won't boil water, only get it to 95 degrees and you'll still need another water filter for the cold tap.
I visit lots of different companies that have "these type" of taps, not necessarily this make and I'm astonished at how many are FAULTY!

I would never buy one for this reason.

It says "kettle-hot" but doesn't seem to say how hot this is. It's obviously not boiling because it doesn't say boiling. Maybe it's 95 degrees as stated above. Why have 3 litres of 95 degree water constantly on standby. What an incredible waste of money keeping it to temperature. Not a good product.
Is the OP Chris Evans? A nuttyginger with more money than sense?
Might get one, I have to wait 20 seconds for my kettle to boil while I get the tea bag, milk and add sugar so I could eventually save myself about 3 seconds for each of the 2 cups of tea I have daily.

Damn now I'm waisting that 6 seconds thinkIng about what I could use it for!
muffboy

Is the OP Chris Evans? A nuttyginger with more money than sense?



To be fair, the wife wanted a quooker. Think I did ok
qwerta369

It says "kettle-hot" but doesn't seem to say how hot this is. It's … It says "kettle-hot" but doesn't seem to say how hot this is. It's obviously not boiling because it doesn't say boiling. Maybe it's 95 degrees as stated above. Why have 3 litres of 95 degree water constantly on standby. What an incredible waste of money keeping it to temperature. Not a good product.



Is there really a tangible difference between 95 degrees and boiling? Also its typically kept in a thermos style vacuum canister which means it's not constantly using energy. I have a Quooker tap and live in Denmark, the most expensive country for electricity, it's a very useful addition to the kitchen and doesn't cost much to run.

"The Quooker's perfect high-vacuum insulation means that it only costs 3 pence a day to have boiling water at hand, exactly when you want it."
nuttyginger

Not meaning to sound annoyed, but could people justify the cold votes? … Not meaning to sound annoyed, but could people justify the cold votes? Can you find this cheaper anywhere? This IS an amazing price for this product. People do pay this much for just a tap. This is a kitchen tap, a kettle, and a water filtration system, made by a reputable tap company.



Don't worry Ginger. It's just how some people vote. Ppl like us in the know, already know these go for £650+ and if u own a home over time this will be more economical than a £10 kettle.

Heat brother

Same thing happen to me and my item went cold. Maybe some ppl are just racist.
(Don't care what u say calling a ginger, ginger just cos he's ginger is racist. If u can't change the colour of ur skin you shouldn't have to change the colour of ur hair)
Great price for this item. Have wanted one for a while. Having near boiling water on tap for hot drinks, pasta, potatoes, rice, etc. is an enticing prospect. For those moaning about the profligacy of having hot water on standby, keep in mind that if it's properly insulated, this could work out as actually *more* efficient than boiling the kettle time and again (which, folks, is incredibly inefficient and expensive in an environmental sense too). I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that If you have a family and cook a lot, I think this could pay for itself with regular use. It might take a few years to recoup the cost of the tap in energy savings, but the other benefits I've mentioned might be enough to swing it.
Also if you have a combi boiler by the time it's fired up and you actually get some hot water out of the tap you've waster lots of water and gas heating water that then goes cold in the pipes...
spongefactory

Also if you have a combi boiler by the time it's fired up and you … Also if you have a combi boiler by the time it's fired up and you actually get some hot water out of the tap you've waster lots of water and gas heating water that then goes cold in the pipes...


But this is (nearly) boiling water - not hot water.....
We have similar ZIP taps at work in the refreshment areas - a bank of 6 on each floor - one of them (different one each time) is frequently out of service....
harry66

But this is (nearly) boiling water - not hot water.....We have similar … But this is (nearly) boiling water - not hot water.....We have similar ZIP taps at work in the refreshment areas - a bank of 6 on each floor - one of them (different one each time) is frequently out of service....



We also have ZIP boilers at work, currently out of use as they keep tripping the circuit breaker!
I took the plunge a couple of years ago and purchased the Breville one cup, persevered with it for a week and then sent it back as it was useless.
Sometimes you don't need to reinvent the wheel and the kettle will never be improved upon, don't understand why manufacturers keep trying.
muffboy

We also have ZIP boilers at work, currently out of use as they keep … We also have ZIP boilers at work, currently out of use as they keep tripping the circuit breaker!I took the plunge a couple of years ago and purchased the Breville one cup, persevered with it for a week and then sent it back as it was useless.Sometimes you don't need to reinvent the wheel and the kettle will never be improved upon, don't understand why manufacturers keep trying.


Agree - constantly looking to sell us stuff we don't really need to make more money....
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