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grohe taps
Started by: dannyboy1948 (239) Report abuse
Looking for info regarding "boiling water" Grohe kitchen taps. Been quoted up to 1200 installed. Anyone had this type installed? Are they energy efficient etc etc?

Posted by: tomplum (4440)  Report abuse
they're a gadget, a kettle costs about 15,

Posted by: gaffer (5913)   Report abuse
Have a look at the Franke Minerva with the easy assembly M-box.

Posted by: bridger (137) Report abuse
Considered Quooker?

Posted by: tonker (19029)   Report abuse
Hey Jimmy, gimme the gimmicks.
Another day, another fad!

Posted by: turbo (2086) Report abuse
We have had one of these for 3 years or so, will boil enough water for a mug of tea or coffee in about 20 seconds, only enough water is boiled for that cup so very low running costs. If you want more water say for making gravy for example you just press the button again

Water Boiler

 
 
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