The Zip HydroTap is the intelligent, responsible choice for instant boiling and chilled water.
March 31st, 2009
Water gives life and access to clean safe water is integral to our good health.
The Zip HydroTap says goodbye to bottled water, goodbye to the kettle and hello to fridge space and healthy living.
Providing the user with chilled and boiling filtered water, straight from the tap, the Zip HydroTap is a convenient, cost effective and environmentally responsible choice for your home or workplace.
Costing just 12 cents per day to run, for just 1 cent more you can get 7 cups of boiling water or 20 glasses of chilled water.*
With two non-slip touch pads, the simple colour-coded lever operation of the Zip HydroTap lets the user easily control the instant flow of water. Indicator lights also tell you the ready-status of the water and let you know when the filter needs replacing.
Safety being a design priority, a child lock on the Zip HydroTap prevents little hands from dispensing boiling water and the hot water function can be temporarily disabled if needed.
Across the globe, millions of people use the Zip HydroTap every day at work and home.
The convenience of on-demand boiling water makes life ‘a cup of tea’, while chilled, filtered water really takes the heat off. Once you’ve used a Zip HyrdoTap you truly won’t know how you lived without it.
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