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    "The bitches, are wet" Sketchy's Avatar
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    Commercial grade chilled water bubbler $250 Zip instant water heater $100

    Perfect for office, worksite or to pimp your man cave/garage. Works perfectly, cold as buggery and uses next to no power.

    Worth a couple grand new, have it advertised elsewhere for $350 but PF gets its for $250.

    Also have some Zip instant water heaters I'll do for $100 each. Can ship if you're super keen and also can assist with install if in SEQLD.
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    Unit in question.

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    Do the zips only "turn" on when you press the button? Or is there a reservoir of constantly boiling temp water.

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    Depends on the model but generally just when you turn them on as the resiviour is pretty small for the smaller ones. I have some larger commercial units which would have more regular heating but they're more so for a commercial office type install.
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    nah I want one that heats on demand, because I seem to work for the power bills

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    I should have been clearer, I have both types constant and on demand
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    Sometimes im too busy to take names.

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    can you get pimp prices on the normal zip taps?
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    will probably take it up the arse

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    When you say normal, what sort are you talking about?

    But either way yes. I also happen to have a top of the line chilled/boiled water unit that's 3 months old I'd consider selling for FAR less than what you'll pay for a new one
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    Will asked Mrs if she wants a zip heater for the kitchen.

    We have a zip tap here at work that even dispenses soda water. Bloody awesome.

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    We have the sparkling one at home. Best thing ever.

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    this kinda thing.....

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    Yeah. Bloody tops. I make fizzy drinks at work with cordial. bit of lemon cordial the some icy cold soda water. I really should keep a bottle of vodka tucked away somewhere too.

    Sketchy, I'm out for a zip mate, mrs seems to think it will use too much power, despite me explaining it heats on demand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travisaus View Post
    this kinda thing.....

    That's the one I have.

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    Yeah. Bloody tops. I make fizzy drinks at work with cordial. bit of lemon cordial the some icy cold soda water. I really should keep a bottle of vodka tucked away somewhere too.

    Sketchy, I'm out for a zip mate, mrs seems to think it will use too much power, despite me explaining it heats on demand.
    It has a little touch screen and tells you exactly how much power it has used. Can't remember off the top of my head but I do remember it was less than I was expecting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travisaus View Post
    this kinda thing.....

    Exactly what I have but in chrome, not black. I'm leaning towards keeping now it for a not to distant kitchen reno however
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    let me know if you change your mind / can get more.
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    will probably take it up the arse

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    How much do those things cost? and how hard is it to get someone to drill through a marble benchtop to fit it?
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    You're not exactly Mensa material yourself there champ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    Exactly what I have but in chrome, not black. I'm leaning towards keeping now it for a not to distant kitchen reno however
    The CO2 bottles are exxy to replace (but cheaper than soda stream).

    You'll probably get traffic on it, but worth factoring in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tardinator View Post
    How much do those things cost? and how hard is it to get someone to drill through a marble benchtop to fit it?
    What are you talking about specifically, the boiler/chiller units mentioned above or the bubbler and wall mounted boiler units in my OP?

    Chiller/boilers are dear, like $4k or thereabouts dear. Bubbler anywhere from $2500-$4000 brand and feature dependent, boilers $700ish-$2000 again feature dependent.
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    80mm of penetration isn't bad, i wish i had that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    What are you talking about specifically, the boiler/chiller units mentioned above or the bubbler and wall mounted boiler units in my OP?

    Chiller/boilers are dear, like $4k or thereabouts dear. Bubbler anywhere from $2500-$4000 brand and feature dependent, boilers $700ish-$2000 again feature dependent.
    My bad, sorry. I am talking about the black tap that travisaus posted including boiler/chiller. Also interested in what a straight chiller would cost.
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    You're not exactly Mensa material yourself there champ.

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