Hot water taps are common in restaurant kitchens and can be purchased for the home too. You usually need to sacrifice your under-sink cupboard for the tap’s water heater and you’ll need a plumber/eelctrician to install it. But does it beat the BIBO? Find out below!
The humble staple of the British home – the kettle! Some products on the market claim to deliver instant or very fast (rapid boil) hot water.
Is the kettle a match for the BIBO? Find out below (psst, don’t tell anybody, but we don’t know of any kettles that also provide instant cool water!).
Virgin Pure is a water machine with some similarities to BIBO, although you can’t buy one outright – it’s subscription-only.
At BIBO we’re not afraid of a little competition! Find out why below:
If filtered water is what you need, then you may have considered an under-sink water filter. You typically fit a filter system under your sink and then, with a little DIY, your kitchen tap will be connected to the filter system.
Sounds like more hassle than a BIBO? Find out below:
If your concerned about contaminants in your water supply then you may have heard of “whole house” water filtering. You’ll need to hire a plumber to install a filtering unit where the water supply enters your home.