Water Filter Kitchen Taps

No need to carry heavy water bottles anymore

Water is the most fascinating of all the elements on our planet. And water preferences can be as individual as taste in design. With GROHE Blue, we can cater to your exact tastes. A high-performance filter, cooler and carbonator deliver a pure taste experience – just as easily as using a standard kitchen tap.

Do you like your water still, lightly sparkling or sparkling? Filtered directly from the fitting in your own kitchen? Your wish is our command.

GROHE BLUE

The superior solution for your private home.

GROHE Blue Home

The excellence for offices & small/medium enterprises.

GROHE Blue Professional

The perfect choice for the entry level. Just perfectly filtered water.

GROHE Blue Pure

Chilled, sparkling or boiling water?

Less environmental impact

GROHE EcoJoy

GROHE Blue® combines convenience and a healthy lifestyle in one environmentally-conscious package. Compared to the pollution and energy consumption caused by filling and transporting bottled mineral water, filtering tap water has a negligible environmental impact.

GROHE Blue® saves resources and money, since seven litres of water are needed to put just one litre of bottled water on a supermarket shelf. Energy is also saved, as heavy bottles no longer need to be carried home and time and resources spent recycling them.

£100 Cashback on GROHE Blue

Purchase your qualifying GROHE BLUE now and complete the cashback claim form.

Offer on purchases made from 1st August 2018 until the 31st January 2019. All claims must be made by the 28th February 2019. Proof of purchase is required. Terms and conditions apply.

Complete the cashback claim form now

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