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Reginox amanzi boiling water tap - £215.98 instore Costco
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Reginox amanzi boiling water tap - £215.98 instore Costco

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Starts tomorrow instore at Costco and seems a really good price for an instant boiling water tap, 2.4l tank as well. We’ve been looking for a boiling tap for a while and would people who vote cold for this please point me in the direction of a better tap for the price?
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Great! I was just about to go out and spend £4.99 on a new kettle but this has made me see sense.
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Heat, we was quoted £900 in Wickes
So was it £249 online but OOS but still available in-store? 50 miles to my nearest Costco.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 5th Jan
"please point me in the direction of a better tap for the price?"

Try Aliexpress
HerefordCiderApples05/01/2020 20:01

So was it £249 online but OOS but still available in-store? 50 miles to my …So was it £249 online but OOS but still available in-store? 50 miles to my nearest Costco.


Starts tomorrow.
It's a very good tap for the price, I fitted one for the in laws over a year ago, it's run faultlessly since. It is a Chinese tap renamed by reginox, which is readily available on ebay.,but costco are great for guarantee. The filter for this tap is also very cheap to buy off ebay, compared to the more expensive brands. I also much prefer the hot lever on this compared to qettle
Does this do hot and cold ?
Proveright05/01/2020 20:04

"please point me in the direction of a better tap for the price?"Try …"please point me in the direction of a better tap for the price?"Try Aliexpress


Aye right! And the returns from China via AliExpress are faultless??
KentishLad05/01/2020 19:49

Heat, we was quoted £900 in Wickes


for this type or a Quooker?

Anyone have experience / compare this to a Quooker?
mgk05/01/2020 21:18

for this type or a Quooker?Anyone have experience / compare this to a …for this type or a Quooker?Anyone have experience / compare this to a Quooker?


Equivalent unknown brand, so this is a steal by contrast.
Great! I was just about to go out and spend £4.99 on a new kettle but this has made me see sense.
Doesn't it costs a fortune in utility prices, to keep the water permanently boiling?
23 hours and 59 mins of wasted energy, for a small saving or not having to wait for the kettle.
Or am I missing something?
Derek_Fortescue_Shatwell05/01/2020 22:14

Doesn't it costs a fortune in utility prices, to keep the water …Doesn't it costs a fortune in utility prices, to keep the water permanently boiling?23 hours and 59 mins of wasted energy, for a small saving or not having to wait for the kettle.Or am I missing something?


The water tank is under pressure so boiling point is lower if you recall school science....once it is up to temperature I don't believe that it uses much power.

Pretty sure I've heard they eventually pay for themselves in energy savings...though I struggle to believe that.

I have a Quooker which I just say is brilliant - there wasn't many alternatives when I got it 8 years ago...so this seems a bargain for sure
Derek_Fortescue_Shatwell05/01/2020 22:14

Doesn't it costs a fortune in utility prices, to keep the water …Doesn't it costs a fortune in utility prices, to keep the water permanently boiling?23 hours and 59 mins of wasted energy, for a small saving or not having to wait for the kettle.Or am I missing something?



telegraph.co.uk/mon…in/
stevemack05/01/2020 22:46

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/ask-a-money-expert/i-want-an-instant-boiling-water-tap--will-it-cost-more-than-usin/


Tl;Dr you are extremely unlikely to save money with a boiling tap unless you previously boiled the kettle 10 times a day and filled it to the brim each time. In an office they probably cost less to run than a kettle due to high usage and avoid the risk of large quantities of boiling water being spilled.
rporteo05/01/2020 20:43

Aye right! And the returns from China via AliExpress are faultless??


It's cheaper to pay you off to get decent review even for faulty
Nathan_Chisholm05/01/2020 20:27

It's a very good tap for the price, I fitted one for the in laws over a …It's a very good tap for the price, I fitted one for the in laws over a year ago, it's run faultlessly since. It is a Chinese tap renamed by reginox, which is readily available on ebay.,but costco are great for guarantee. The filter for this tap is also very cheap to buy off ebay, compared to the more expensive brands. I also much prefer the hot lever on this compared to qettle



Are these like the zip tanks where the boiling water tank Is plumbed in? The write up says boiling water not under mains pressure which has confused me. Also it says can do 10 cups of boiling water, if you use 5 of those cans come back 30 secs later is the water going to be cool because its topped the remaining water up with cold?
The water goes into a standard water filter from the mains. The filter water then goes into the tank, the filter does reduce the pressure. Only the boiling water is filtered, hot and cold come off the normal supplies

We've had 10 cups at the same time of off it and they were all hot
Edited by: "Nathan_Chisholm" 6th Jan
Wasting of energy and surely full of bugs and not an item that will last very long the way I see it.
Not sure what is wrong with a normal 3kw kettle to get real clean hot water virtually in a matter of second if for a cup only.
It is another useless device in the kitchen to worry about when it goes wrong
mgk05/01/2020 22:44

The water tank is under pressure so boiling point is lower if you recall …The water tank is under pressure so boiling point is lower if you recall school science....once it is up to temperature I don't believe that it uses much power.Pretty sure I've heard they eventually pay for themselves in energy savings...though I struggle to believe that.I have a Quooker which I just say is brilliant - there wasn't many alternatives when I got it 8 years ago...so this seems a bargain for sure


I think I know what you're saying but it's the other way around. Water reaches a boil at a higher temperature when under pressure. Think car radiators: the system is pressurised to prevent the liquid:vapour transition. It's when you release the pressure (by opening the filler) that the pressure drops, turning the water into steam.

Generally, I find these great. Mum has one in her small flat for convenience only but I doubt it's cost effective in comparison.
mgk05/01/2020 22:44

The water tank is under pressure so boiling point is lower if you recall …The water tank is under pressure so boiling point is lower if you recall school science....once it is up to temperature I don't believe that it uses much power.Pretty sure I've heard they eventually pay for themselves in energy savings...though I struggle to believe that.I have a Quooker which I just say is brilliant - there wasn't many alternatives when I got it 8 years ago...so this seems a bargain for sure



stevemack05/01/2020 22:46

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/ask-a-money-expert/i-want-an-instant-boiling-water-tap--will-it-cost-more-than-usin/



Thank you for the replies
i have the insinkerator instant hot water and cold filtered water tap. great for busy households. it's obvsiously not running non stop 24 hours a day, just like your hot water tank and radiators; it get maintained at the temperature you choose and if drops from its well insulated tank that keeps it warm then it heats again. if just one person or you boil little each day then a fast 3kw kettle that you fill only as much as you need is better.
Still couple of left in Croydon warehouse.
Does this include all the materials needed flexihoses etc?
Edited by: "mikax7x" 6th Jan
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