Quooker to return to KBB Birmingham with two new finishes

KitchensNews Thu 25th Jan 2024 by KBBFocus

Quooker to return to KBB Birmingham with two new finishes

Quooker to return to KBB Birmingham with two new finishes

Quooker is to present its full portfolio, including its two new finishes, Rose Copper and Gunmetal, and latest Front tap, at this year’s KBB Birmingham on stand L100, M100. The full Quooker team will be on hand to finalise applications for its new Premium Dealership Program launching in early 2024, as well as answering any other customer queries. 

Longstanding supporters of KBB Birmingham, Quooker is back exhibiting for 2024. The company says that all stand visitors will be able to experience Quooker up close, testing out plumbed-in taps with their different water modes and safety features. The Quooker booths will also have separate on-stand space for dealer and VIP customer meetings, alongside the brand timeline, which showcases the company’s heritage of innovation. 

Quooker will be showcasing its two new finishes across its Flex and Fusion ranges, Rose Copper and Gunmetal, alongside its existing finish range for maximum creative freedom in the kitchen. The new Front tap will also be on display, offering customers new ways of operating the tap with an ergonomic on-spout hot and cold-water lever. 

Quooker will also be showcasing its CUBE accessory. The improved CUBE comes with two different effervescence levels – the same strength as the current CUBE and a softer level with fewer bubbles. Users can now pick their preferred level of fizz in their drinks, resulting in better flavour and versatility. Now lighter and more compact, the new CUBE is said to be easier to install and takes up less under-sink space. It also boasts a state-of-the-art touchscreen digital display panel that will show how much sparkling water is left, alerting users when cartridges and filters need replacing. The new CUBE also boasts an improved water flow for the chilled water mode. 

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