What does a Quooker cost?
Boiling water, straight from the tap – that's something we'd all like. But what does a Quooker cost? That depends on the model and the finish you choose, and its use. Let us explain.
The price of a Quooker
The price of a Quooker depends on three factors: the tap, the tank and chiller. The three are available in different models.
Costs after purchase
After purchase prices will vary depending on the Quooker system you have and the type of water filter. For low flow water filters, it should be replaced every 6 months, while high flow water filters should be replace every 12 months (every 6 months in commercial use)
Our tanks all have the patented high-vacuum insulation, which keeps the water at the right temperature in an energy-efficient manner. The stand-by consumption is as little as three pence a day.
If you have a Quooker CUBE or Chiller Soda installed, the CO2 cylinder has a capacity of about 420 litres and it can be refilled/replaced once finished at a charge.
The maintenance costs of a Quooker are low compared with the boiling-water taps of other brands. In most cases, you only need to replace the HiTAC® filter once every five years. Read more on our maintenance page.