Wodar launches eight new hot taps

Instant Hot Water Taps, once considered a luxury, is now a must-have, convenient, eco-efficient and cost-friendly alternative to the kettle.

UK instant boiling hot water tap company Wödår has announced the launch of eight new stunning hot taps and introduced five new complementary luxury kitchen taps as part of a total re-brand of the company The exciting re-launch is supported by a complete website refresh, including a trade portal for retailers and a stunning 104-page full-colour brochure,


Designed in Britain, the entire collection features new style-informed accents, including stunning knurl detail, curved swan neck and square spout designs. It comes in a choice of up to 7 stunning finishes: Matt Black, Polished Chrome, Gun Metal Grey, Brushed Brass, Brushed Copper, Brushed Nickel and Aged Brass. Many are available with a choice of white or black ceramic handles. The unique Wödår tank is a compact (330 x 230 x 224mm) 2.4 litre, which offers easy installation with a high-grade water filter.

This next generation of Wödår hot taps and luxury taps all benefit from a 360 Chrome Swivel Spout, a 3-year guarantee, are coated with the most durable industry PDV coating (Physical Vapour Disposition) surface treatment, a filter replacement alert, are WRAS compliant with sophisticated child safety features as standard.

 Michael Sammon, managing director comments, “We have introduced new features on the trade portal to give retailers, installers, architects and designers access to our full range. We are also pleased to offer competitive terms for Wödår partners, including up to 70% discount and inclusion on an intuitive stockist locator. Lots more plans are in the pipeline, so watch this space!”

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