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BOILING WATER TAPS

QETTLE

Which QETTLE is Right for You?

QETTLE Mini

QETTLE Mini

2-in-1 Tap

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QETTLE Original

QETTLE Original

4-in-1 Tap

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Boiler Sizes Boiler Sizes 2, 4 & 7 Litre 2, 4 & 7 Litre
100C Boiling Water 100°C Boiling Water
Standard Hot Standard Hot
Standard Cold Standard Cold
Filtered Drinking Water Filitered Drinking
2 Year Warranty 2 Year Free Warranty
Free Delivery Free Delivery
Interest Free Credit Interest Free Credit
Price Price (from) £298  £498or £49.80 a month
QETTLE Boiling Water Tap

What is a Boiling Water Tap?

There are instant hot water taps and then there are boiling water taps. Unlike most instant hot water taps, which typically deliver temperatures in the 80° - 99° range, boiling water taps like QETTLE give you true, 100°C boiling water. And let’s face it, a proper cuppa needs properly boiling water.


Until now, truly boiling water on tap has been an expensive, luxurious option. But not anymore. Clever, British-designed QETTLE’s unique 4-in-1 functionality is manufactured to our own, fully granted patent (UK, USA, Europe & China) for a mechanical, multi-functional kitchen tap that, thanks to its ingenious design and construction, makes the convenience of a boiling water tap accessible to everyone.

  • How do boiling water taps work?
    A true, 100°C boiling water tap is connected to a compact, undersink boiler tank that feeds boiling water to the tap. Boiling water taps are indispensable for everything from instant hot drinks to speedy pans of water for pasta, rice and vegetables. The best boiling water taps are 4 in 1 taps, which in addition to giving you boiling water on tap, also dispense cold filtered drinking water, plus normal hot and cold flows.
  • Do boiling water taps save money?
    Boiling water taps are highly energy efficient. In fact, a boiling water tap is probably easier on your pocket than a kettle. In standby mode, a QETTLE boiling water tap consumer just 0.8 watts of electricity per hour. Based on an average tariff of 14 pence/kWh, this amounts to a QETTLE costing just 3 pence to run, a day. So, making the equivalent of 10, 300ml mugs of tea a day could cost as little as 10 pence in total.

    This is in comparison to a kettle, which will cost an average of 2.5 pence every time it is boiled. And the cost-savings don’t stop with boiling water. Choose a QETTLE Original 4 in 1, and you’ll be getting filtered drinking water on tap, too. So, buying expensive bottled water will become a thing of the past.
  • How much is a boiling water tap?
    At around just over £500.00 for a complete QETTLE boiling water tap, QETTLE is much more affordable than other, 4 in 1, 100°C boiling water taps. However, our secret is the ingenious, fully patented tech inside a QETTLE tap. Unlike other boiling water taps, QETTLE does not use expensive, electronic parts. Instead, it uses an award-winning, British-designed mechanical internal system which significantly reduces its cost. Maintenance is simple and inexpensive, and no specialist servicing is required. We have been innovating multi-functional kitchen taps for over 50 years, and we are justly proud of QETTLE’s clever design, performance and affordability. Why not spread the cost of your QETTLE by opting for our new, easy payments with 0% interest?
  • Are boiling water taps safe?
    A QETTLE boiling water tap could be considered as much safer than a kettle. Not only do QETTLE boiling water taps feature two-stage safety and a cool-touch spout, but, unlike a kettle, they are fixed in one place, cannot be pulled by a cable, and cannot topple over, spilling dangerous volumes of boiling water. All QETTLE taps come with a safety clip. When in place, the clip makes it impossible for boiling water to be dispensed. But even with the clip removed, it is still necessary for the tap’s handle lock to be deactivated before boiling water can be accessed. A small button on the tap’s handle must be pressed down at the same time as the handle is turned clockwise. Only then can boiling water be dispensed.