Save time and energy with your one-stop try-flow tap

Save time and energy with your one-stop try-flow tap

Time is increasingly a precious resource for all of us.

Just as you value the short-cut to work or a life hack that can win you back a minute or two every day, why not choose a kitchen tap that could give you back at least a quarter of an hour daily?

So how does a boiling water tap help?

Well, instead of waiting 3 minutes a day (or 18 hours a year!) for the kettle to boil, you simply twist a handle and you have instant hot water. It’s as simple as that. There’s no waiting around, no hidden catches, just instant hot water as and when you want it.

Not only that, but you're only using the exact amount of water you need.

Apparently, two thirds of people overfill their kettle each and every time they use it (to be honest, I used to be guilty of that too). That is about 3,500 tonnes of CO2 wasted. Every. Single, Day.

And I don't know about you, but before I joined the boiling tap revolution I also used to empty out the leftover water from the last boil, and replace it with new water every time time as well.

All in all, your kettle is long overdue a more modern, convenient and energy-efficient upgrade – the instant boiling water tap!

And the really great thing is, a boiling water tap doesn’t just have to be used to make hot drinks...

Your cooking time saver

Need to steam some vegetables? Fancy a Pot Noodle (other noodle brands are available)? Want to whip up a quick pasta dish? All of these are possible to do simply by turning the handle on a tap, and all in a fraction of the time it would take you to boil a kettle, or bring a saucepan to the boil.

Then there are filtered water taps; no more bottled water or bulky filter jugs taking up space in your fridge, just the purest of water straight from your tap.

But when it comes to time saving and convenience, nothing comes close to a boiling water tap. Such is the effect they’ve had, I predict your the kettle will soon be a thing of the past.