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 they often start at +£800, 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 very fast (rapid boil) hot water, but not instant!One of the biggest disadvantages of kettles is that you have to keep filling them up. BIBO is mains-fed which means no need to fill up ever again!
Kettles are not energy efficient! Studies show that 75% of people admit to using too much water every time they boil a kettle and 40% of households in the UK actually boil the kettle more than 5 times per day which means it’s costing you an average of 20p per day. The BIBO is super energy efficient, dispenses the right amount of water for your needs and costs an average of 15p per day…that includes your cold water too!
(psst, don’t tell anybody, but we don’t know of any kettles that also provide instant cool water!).
As a finalist in the West Oxfordshire Small Business Awards, we’re not afraid of a little competition and we want to tell you why we think we are better!
More beautiful, more user friendly, a choice of 12 gorgeous colours and a higher level of filtration. All partnered with an obsession for customer care and a variety of payment options to suit you.
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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 more 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 and it can be very costly.