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All in one place: Zip Water’s game-changing pull-out tap

Zip Water recently introduced the new HydroTap Celsius Plus All-in-One Pull-Out with an exclusive event in Sydney attended by Neale Whitaker and Justine Schofield.

All in one place: Zip Water’s game-changing pull-out tap

Neale Whitaker, Mike Abbott and Justine Schofield.

The Celsius Plus All-in-One Pull-Out is a brand-new product by Zip Water. In fact, it’s designed to be the world’s first residential all-in-one tap. With convenience as a guiding principle, it brings a wide range of features to the home in one place – filtered boiling, chilled and sparkling water with unfiltered hot and cold water for washing up. Notably, it also features a snag-proof pull-out sprayer.

Renowned culinary expert and TV presenter, Justine Schofield, was on hand to demonstrate this pull-out sprayer and more during a private launch event in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. “The HydroTap Celsius Plus All-In-One Pull-Out has time-saving features and allows you to focus on the joy of entertaining, minimising the time spent preparing food and drinks and cleaning up,” she says. “And most importantly, it gives you precious time back to spend with loved ones, making family moments even more special.”

Another well-known figure, this time from the interior design world, was there to provide insights about kitchen trends. Neale Whitaker is a familiar face from Channel 9’s The Block and he co-hosts on Foxtel’s Love It or List It. He commented: “At a time when consumers are desiring minimalism in the kitchen, through tucked away fridges, concealed storage and luxe appliances, the HydroTap Celsius Plus All-In-One Pull-Out consolidates multiple tasks into one beautifully designed integrated system. The sleek array of finishes effortlessly complements any kitchen style, providing not just convenience but also a stunning addition to any home.”

The new product release comes on the back of a report by Zip Water focusing on time-saving solutions in the kitchen. Taking note of attitudes across different demographics in Australia, the report delivers some intriguing insights.

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A remarkable 76 per cent of respondents actively prioritise convenience in the kitchen, the report notes. It’s clear that convenience, simplicity and time-saving solutions in the kitchen are key priorities for Australians in 2024, with the goal to create more moments with loved ones around the dinner table. 

Elsewhere, the report findings include a statistic that 56 per cent of Australians are looking for simplicity within their kitchens and on their benches, aiming to eliminate unnecessary gadgets and appliances. Similarly, 57 per cent are committed to minimising the time spent on preparing food, cooking and cleaning the kitchen in 2024.

It’s within the context of these insights and trends that the HydroTap Celsius Plus All-In-One Pull-Out is being introduced. Its design consolidates multiple tasks into a single integrated system, and all without leaving behind aesthetic considerations either. These taps are sleek and thoughtfully designed, with a range of finishes and colours available.

Zip Water’s Managing Director, Mike Abbott adds: “Australians are busier than ever and the need for convenience and time-saving solutions is pivotal. Zip Water’s HydroTap Celsius Plus All-In-One Pull-Out is a true testament to our commitment to exceeding consumer demands, and we are proud to lead the way in meeting the evolving expectations of Australians for innovative, efficient and streamlined solutions in their homes.”

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