Insulation ensures the spout, apart from the tip, is always safe to touch.
Four separate waterways carry normal hot & cold, filtered water & boiling water. No electronic components.
Over 50 years of leading UK innovation, design and engineering brings QETTLEs to thousands of homes each year.
From the unrivalled value of QETTLE Original to the glorious style of QETTLE Signature colour finishes, our taps deliver unmatched safety and efficiency.
QETTLE’s patented design ingenuity featuring four separate inlet hoses deliver the exact amount of true, 100℃ boiling or filtered drinking water, when you need it.
Insulation ensures the spout, apart from the tip, is always safe to touch and once the safety cap is removed, our safety button means an exact action is required to dispense boiling water. The button must be pushed down and the handle turned at the same time.
Energy efficient boiler tanks are insulated to maintain optimum 100℃ temperature to ensure great-tasting water, every time.
|BASE TO SPOUT||248mm|
|BASE DIAMETER||46mm (35mm hole required)|
|2 LITRE||4 LITRE||7 LITRE|
|CAPACITY||4 cups||8 cups||14 cups|
Keeping your QETTLE tap in tip top condition is easy. You should replace your QETTLE’s filter cartridge twice a year and deep clean your tap’s boiler tank annually. Both are quick and easy jobs you can do yourself, without the need for an engineer or making a dent in your pocket.
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On standby, our 4L boiler tank uses 35Wh. Based on an electricity cost of 28p per kWh, this means the daily running cost of a QETTLE would be just under 24p.
If you used 4 cups of boiling water a day, 134Wh would be consumed. This would add 3.5p to the daily running cost - working out at a cost of just under a penny per cup.
Please note the usage/cost can differ depending upon whether cups are drawn separately or at the same time.
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