With a streamlined Quooker system in your kitchen, you can always have instant 100-degree boiling water alongside regular hot and cold, filtered chilled and sparkling water – all from the same tap.
Quality of life is a nebulous concept – it means different things to different people. Though there’s one thing metropolitans can agree on: state-of-the-art appliances and gadgets that make life so much easier than it used to be are always welcome additions worth investing in.
When it comes to home design, function and style are no longer the only things tastemakers are after. The kitchen faucet is undoubtedly the most used apparatus at home and tap water plays an important role in boosting our health and wellness on a daily basis. Stringent hygiene standards and convenience are almost a given when vetting the most suitable tap on the market.
Dutch brand Quooker has been innovating and upgrading its faucet technology since founded in the 1970s. Drinking water from the tap not only minimises the use of single-use plastic bottles and reduces plastic waste on our mother earth; it saves a significant amount of energy needed for boiling water, helping users make the most of the precious resource.
Quooker faucet offers delicious, fresh water filtered by activated carbon. With just a twist on the faucet, you can get unlimited 100-degree boiling, cold, chilled still or chilled sparkling water – all from the same tap.
Hongkongers are always on the go and we can’t stress enough what massive benefit it brings when we can get drinkable boiling hot water within seconds, without having to bring the tap water to a full rolling boil, let it boil for minutes and wait for it to cool before finally being able to drink it.
Whether you want to drink the water instantly, use it to cook noodles, make hotpot broth, brew tea or whip up a cup of summer cocktail favourite Mojito, you can do it right away with the Quooker tap at home, making everyday living so much more seamless and hassle-free.
Interior designer Johnny Shum, who has years of experience designing residential apartments in Hong Kong under his belt, recommends the Quooker tap for its many inherent qualities. “One of my clients is a wine connoisseur and he enjoys hosting friends at his place over wines and drinks. The sparkling water coming from the Quooker tap is one of his favourite ingredients for mixing drinks.”
Equally stylish and handy, the Quooker system boasts an incredibly sleek design and is available in an array of arresting finishes, blending much more discreetly into your kitchen decor for a clean, minimalist look. Not to mention the tap has both sustainability and safety measures put in place: Built to last generations, individual parts of a Quooker tap can be replaced without having to buy a completely new one.
Aware of the role it plays in preserving the world’s ecosystem, Quooker built 900 solar panels on its production base in 2016 to address the energy demand for production, making a steadfast commitment to sustainability practice by recycling solid waste and old products and disposing them in ways that protect the planet. These many innate merits make the brand an indispensable part of modern kitchens.