Good news for tea drinkers and hot beverage lovers everywhere: the new Indulge Modern instant hot water dispenser by InSinkErator blends contemporary style with maximum efficiency.
Designed to fit seamlessly with pure, minimalist decor, the Indulge Modern offers the convenience of instant hot water in the kitchen without sacrificing style. The system includes a stainless steel tank and F-201 filtration system, which supplies up to 60 cups of near-boiling, filtered water per hour and cool-filtered drinking water on demand.
Known for its hot water dispensers and garbage disposals, InSinkErator was founded in Racine, Wisconsin, by John W. Hammes, an architect who invented the first "in sink" food waste disposal system in his basement in 1927 to make it easier for his wife to do dishes.
N.B.: The Indulge Modern will be available in summer 2012 in both hot/cool and hot-only water models.
Above: The Indulge Modern, shown above in chrome (it's also available in satin nickel), is equipped with a dual temperature handle that delivers either cool or hot water in seconds. Its unique Stay-on feature allows the faucet to remain open for easy dispensing of cool water. The 200-degree Fahrenheit water helps expedite cooking and preparing hot beverages. Inaddition, instant near-boiling water reduces the amount of scrubbing when doing the dishes.
Above: The under-counter filtration system allows you to forgo plastic water bottles and use tap water as your primary source for drinking and cooking, while instant hot water eliminates the need to run water until it heats up.