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Contemporary swan neck, monobloc mixer tap. Provides hot, cold and instant boiling water. Spring-loaded safety control for boiling water to ensure safe operation. Hot and cold is controlled via single side lever. Includes compact tank that fits under the sink and concealed element. Overheat protection.

Single Lever
Gloss
Cartridge Filter
Safety Lock
Ceramic Disc
Max. Pressure: 5bar
1 Year Guarantee
Suitable for High Pressure Systems
Easy to Install
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Do you need to buy filters for these every 6 months like the cold water taps?
Are these cost effective? I'm guessing it keeps the water boiled in the 2.4l tank?
voicon14/06/2019 16:33

Are these cost effective? I'm guessing it keeps the water boiled in the …Are these cost effective? I'm guessing it keeps the water boiled in the 2.4l tank?


I did some calculations on these. It uses about £25 worth of electricity a year to keep the water boiled, even if you don't draw any water. Add to this additional cost of bringing the volume you use back to the boil after each brew, which would be more or less the same as a standard kettle.
Wadadli_Cooler14/06/2019 17:01

I did some calculations on these. It uses about £25 worth of electricity …I did some calculations on these. It uses about £25 worth of electricity a year to keep the water boiled, even if you don't draw any water. Add to this additional cost of bringing the volume you use back to the boil after each brew, which would be more or less the same as a standard kettle.


Oh that's not bad, my electricity bill is massive anyway so that's a drop in the ocean.

Thanks
I'd suggest a filter tap like the Brita ones, and a temperature controlled kettle. The kettle can get the water just right for your tea, and it'll never scale up thanks to the filtered water, which you can also drink cold
Edited by: "stringsonfire" 14th Jun
Wadadli_Cooler14/06/2019 17:01

I did some calculations on these. It uses about £25 worth of electricity …I did some calculations on these. It uses about £25 worth of electricity a year to keep the water boiled, even if you don't draw any water. Add to this additional cost of bringing the volume you use back to the boil after each brew, which would be more or less the same as a standard kettle.


Most people boil far more water than they actually need in a kettle, and they're nowhere near as well insulated as the tanks on these. So I think that would reduce the cost difference significantly.

Absolutely love ours. Kettle has been consigned to the loft. Makes great tea, even though it's only about 95 degrees and it's incredibly useful to have an instant supply of near boiling water when cooking, without having to plan in advance. Ours has a filter for the cold water as well, but of course cost far more than this.
I’ve always wondered why insulated kettles are a thing. Seems like a simple solution to energy wastage
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