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How much does a Quooker Tap cost?

Posted on February 22, 2021 in Brands

Classic Stainless Steel Quooker Tap
Classic Stainless Steel Quooker Tap | Image supplied by Quooker

If you’re looking for ways to cut your water and energy consumption, then look no further.

Thanks to innovative technology, there are now plenty of ways to save money on your bills by taking control of your utilities, one way being installing a smart water system like Quooker (pronounced ‘coo-ker’).

Quooker taps are all over our social media feeds. They’re sleek and stylish and they save you money on your utility bills, right? There are a variety of different models available but what exactly do you get with these sleek taps? What makes them a product to look out for?

How does a Quooker work?

The Quooker tap can dispense hot water as and when you need - saving time, energy and water – making it the most efficient and sustainable option on the market designed to suit any kitchen.

A Quooker consists of two parts: a boiling-water tap on top of the worktop and a small tank underneath. Quooker’s patented vacuum tank allows for water to be kept at 110 degrees under pressure. This technology keeps the water hot without needing to use much energy. Think of it as an electrically powered flask, from which no energy can escape from – so it is not constantly boiling. In the long run, this will save you money on your energy bills.

You can choose from a number of different tanks which are extremely economical thanks to their excellent insulation. The Quooker’s COMBI tank even has an Energy label A. It not only supplies boiling water, but also cold water. Unlike the kettle, there is no reason to re-boil your water when it has cooled down. This wastes a lot of energy!


Have you ever let your tap run in order to reach an optimum temperature for drinking? With the Quooker CUBE you can enjoy the immediacy of filtered chilled and sparkling water without wasting litres of water.

Although it might feel like a luxury to have filtered boiling, chilled and sparkling water on tap, a Quooker is a sustainable purchase. You can conserve water and energy and with a CUBE, you help to reduce the use of disposable plastic bottles that will end up in our waters. What's more, Quooker is easy to maintain and typically lasts between fifteen and twenty years.

With a variety of models and styles available to suit every kitchen, we can see why many UK homeowners are switching to a Quooker tap from an ecological standpoint.

Running costs

It’s been said that water taps can contribute an average of 60% of your household energy bill. The cost of boiling water in a full kettle is about two and half pence per boil. In comparison, the cost of using a Quooker tap is said to be three pence per day (one penny per litre). When you think of it – it’s a no brainer.


For a standard Flex PRO 3 Quooker Tap in polished chrome, prices start from £1150. The PRO 3 holds 3 litres of instant boiling water while the PRO 7 holds 7 litres and costs approximately £200-300 extra.

While the Pro 3 & CUBE will provide you with instant boiling water, filtered chilled water and sparkling water and ranges from £2100 to £3170 depending on the style and finish you choose - with Gold being the most valuable. The same applies for the PRO 7 & CUBE with prices starting from £2370 to £3440.

The PRO 3 Nordic Round/Square Single Taps in polished chrome are the most economical option with prices starting from £950 onwards.

For Quooker's most valuable option- the Quooker COMBI & CUBE - prices start from £2400 to £3470. The prices for the COMBI alone ranges from £1250 to £2320. Any additional add-ons range from £50 for a Cold Water Filter Cartridge to £380 for Gold Nordic Soap Dispenser.

To find out more, click on the guide below to view Quooker's full price list of all the different models, finishes and add-ons you can purchase.

Quooker taps have become the most sought-after product in our kitchen designs by our customers. To enquire what we can achieve for your kitchen upgrade, contact us here or give our team a call on 0118 939 3046.