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Aldi spray kitchen tap from 8th Sep. Free delivery - £39.99

£39.99 @ ALDI
This was sold last year for a tenner more (and reached over 200°). It is stainless steel with two spray variations. 5 year warranty, but not suitable for low pressure systems. Read More
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This was sold last year for a tenner more (and reached over 200°). It is stainless steel with two spray variations.

5 year warranty, but not suitable for low pressure systems.
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#1
Bought one of these the last time they were on offer. Great tap works well and looks good. Great value. Also it has a button on the outlet that let's you have a spray jet or just a normal flow.

Edited By: philrrobinson on Sep 01, 2016 17:19: forgot function.
#2
Thanks
#3
I would love to order this but my sink is 2 taps hot on left and cold on right and its not very easy to get underneath :(
#4
Bought one 12 months ago works great.Think these were more expensive last year ?
#5
yeah I got one last year they were £50 but great tap worth every penny
5 Likes #6
AJ92
I would love to order this but my sink is 2 taps hot on left and cold on right and its not very easy to get underneath :(


you could still fit this tap to your sink. just use one hole and buy a chrome blanking plate for unused tap holes.
1 Like #7
Looks smart' hot.
#8
Brilliant, ordered many thanks
#9
Looks great, exactly what we needed.
Given the happy reviews last year, I'll bite. Free delivery too!
#10
Had one a few years from Aldi, and was advised not to go for it due to ceramic washers etc etc. Had absolutely no problems with it, one of the best taps I've ever had or come across! Highly recommended!
#11
Just what I was looking for.
1 Like #12
How can I tell if I have a 'non-low pressure' system?
#13
philrrobinson
AJ92
I would love to order this but my sink is 2 taps hot on left and cold on right and its not very easy to get underneath :(
you could still fit this tap to your sink. just use one hole and buy a chrome blanking plate for unused tap holes.
Would work but look odd. A "bridge tap" converts two hole sinks to a mixer but I'm not sure if there is a spray option.
#14
Any idea how hard it is to install a tap? I have a normal one tap mixer at the moment so no spare bike to worry about. Any advice about difficulty would be appreciated
4 Likes #15
escortboy
How can I tell if I have a 'non-low pressure' system?

This explains it. http://www.diy.com/help-ideas/how-to-understand-your-water-pressure-system/PROD_npcart_100307.art
#16
philrrobinson
Also it has a button on the outlet that let's you have a spray jet or just a normal flow.

I could do with one of these...

Edited By: vinsona85 on Sep 01, 2016 22:35
#17
Unfortunately my old tap is soldered to water pipes...
#18
LesMcQueen
escortboy
How can I tell if I have a 'non-low pressure' system?
This explains it. http://www.diy.com/help-ideas/how-to-understand-your-water-pressure-system/PROD_npcart_100307.art
Legend thanks!
#19
perfect!! good timing and just what I wanted,!!
#20
https://thumbs.mic.com/MjJjODMxNDQ0MyMvaEZMbDU1RDljU1E2UV9ZNWpUa2hKRTd4M0NZPS9maXQtaW4vOTAweDkwMC9maWx0ZXJzOm5vX3Vwc2NhbGUoKTpxdWFsaXR5KDgwKS9odHRwOi8vaW1hZ2VzLm1pYy5jb20vbW92bHh3eTU0bW9pcGY1a3Bqc2ZiMG5yZ284a2ZvdXR6dDdlYnFyZXdoNGFqcjJibmIwcG9nbnBuOWtzNmN6ZS5naWY.gif

I'm definitely getting two or three of these fitted this week.

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 01, 2016 23:19
1 Like #21
Eh, I'll wait till next year to get it for £29.99
#22
Are we sure this is the exact same one? There are some similar taps nearer £20 on Amazon/ebay if I remember rightly.
#23
cheers op, need a replacement for the kitchen sink :)
#24
LOW....B*gger

HEAT
#25
good quality got one last year when they reduced the unsold ones. hold your nerve you may be lucky to get a reduced one.
#26
Jo444
Unfortunately my old tap is soldered to water pipes...

Just normal copper pipes or lead ones? If they're lead possibly harder, but if not all you'd need is a decent hacksaw and then fit the new tap onto the current pipe, possibly with some minor bits from B&W if a different tap connector is needed,
#27
mocmocamoc
Jo444
Unfortunately my old tap is soldered to water pipes...
Just normal copper pipes or lead ones? If they're lead possibly harder, but if not all you'd need is a decent hacksaw and then fit the new tap onto the current pipe, possibly with some minor bits from B&W if a different tap connector is needed,
Copper pipes.I gonna try thx

Edited By: Jo444 on Sep 02, 2016 10:56
#28
Sold Out Online :(
#29
Jo444
mocmocamoc
Jo444
Unfortunately my old tap is soldered to water pipes...
Just normal copper pipes or lead ones? If they're lead possibly harder, but if not all you'd need is a decent hacksaw and then fit the new tap onto the current pipe, possibly with some minor bits from B&W if a different tap connector is needed,
Copper pipes.I gonna try thx

Just need to cut off the existing connection and install flexible tap connectors.
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gringo1804
Jo444
mocmocamoc
Jo444
Unfortunately my old tap is soldered to water pipes...
Just normal copper pipes or lead ones? If they're lead possibly harder, but if not all you'd need is a decent hacksaw and then fit the new tap onto the current pipe, possibly with some minor bits from B&W if a different tap connector is needed,
Copper pipes.I gonna try thx
Just need to cut off the existing connection and install flexible tap connectors.
....After first turning off the water. This is an important step if you miss it ;)
#31
#32
Kevlar Engineer

I was wondering too...

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