Ruhens unveils Disney-themed Quint water dispensers. 

These limited edition Ruhens Quint water dispensers feature Mickey and Minnie Mouse designs and are available at the IT Show 2024.


Disney fans, this one’s for you. Ruhens has recently unveiled its latest Disney Edition water dispensers, featuring designs inspired by the iconic Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

This delightful collaboration merges Ruhens’ state-of-the-art technology with the timeless charm of Disney’s beloved characters.

Step into the magical world of Disney with these charming water dispensers adorned with lovable Mickey and Minnie motifs.

The iconic characters bring a playful and whimsical touch to any kitchen or living space.

Choose between pastel blue and pink tones that capture the essence of Mickey and Minnie’s playful personalities. These can match various home decor styles from modern chic to cosy cottage.

Look out for Ruhens’ specially designed dispense icon in this limited edition version, adding a fun and delightful touch to your daily routine.

Crafted with both functionality and style in mind, the Ruhens Disney Edition Water Dispensers promise to bring a touch of joy into every household.

This series exemplifies Ruhens’ dedication to offering high-performance appliances and products that enhance everyday life and bring joy and style at the same time.

The Ruhens Quint Disney edition boasts several features, including Acuva IntenseBeam™ Technology, offering five different temperatures and quantity control, Ruhens’ Self-Sterilising Nozzle and Filters, a 4-stage Filtration System, eco-friendly attributes, and a Live Audio Guide.

All of these features ensure an exceptional user experience that is both innovative and enchanting.

The Ruhens Quint Disney editions are priced at $3,349 and available for purchase at Ruhens Studios.

Alternatively, you can snag this at the IT Show 2024 from 14-17 March 2024 for just $2,749 (U.P $3,349). Terms and conditions apply.


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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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