It’s 2023 but are you still living in the good ol’ days – boiling water in a kettle? If you answered yes, we are here to change your mind or at least get you thinking about making the efficient switch to using water dispensers.
If you think electric kettles are efficient, let us introduce you to water dispensers where you can get a hot cup of water instantly without having to wait for the water to boil.
Advantages of Water Dispensers:
A water dispenser is as straightforward as it gets, it dispenses water. It may be more pricy compared to an electric kettle, but there is a very good reason for that. Water dispensers today are built with advanced technology.
Water dispensers can dispense hot and cold water immediately without waiting. This means that brewing a hot cuppa or quenching your thirst with a glass of ice-cold water is as simple as pressing a button and dispensing the temperature-perfect drink.
Ever felt like tap water tastes a little bit “mineral-ly”? The filtration systems in water dispensers clean and purifies the water before dispensing it out. So you can be assured that any sediments and unwanted minerals are removed to give you the purest taste of water.
Water dispensers also dispense an unlimited amount of water if needed. Compared to its counterpart, where kettles have a limited capacity, repeatedly refilling the kettle to collect a large amount of water is now a thing of the past.
Advantages of an Electric Kettle:
Boiling water on the stove and eventually now in electric kettles has always been the way our parents have done it. Though there are still traditional kettles sold in the market, the more popular option nowadays is the electric kettle.
The main advantage of electric kettles is that they are more affordable than water dispensers. There is no need for installation costs or having to replace water filters every few months, which makes it a cost-effective solution for many.
Another advantage is that electric kettles are portable and can be moved. Whereas water dispensers have to be hooked up to the water pipe and plugged into a power socket for them to operate, the kettle simply needs a power socket to work.
So Which One Is Better?
At the end of the day, which appliance you choose comes down to personal preference.
If you are hard-pressed for time and prefer the convenience of water instantly dispensed at your desired temperature, it would be great to consider a water dispenser. If you don’t mind having to wait to enjoy hot water, then the electric kettle is for you.
If you have been considering a water dispenser for a while and prefer a professional opinion, feel free to reach out to us at +65 6493 2500 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.