COOKE & LEWIS ZALE CHROME EFFECT MONOBLOC PULL-OUT MIXER TAP £25 Delivered @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
639Expired

COOKE & LEWIS ZALE CHROME EFFECT MONOBLOC PULL-OUT MIXER TAP £25.00 Delivered @ B&Q

£25.00 @ B&Q
This chrome effect monobloc pull-out mixer tap from Cooke and Lewis' Zale range brings a modern finishing touch to your kitchen. It's controlled by 2 levers and is suitable for high pressure systems. … Read More
Gollywood Avatar
5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
This chrome effect monobloc pull-out mixer tap from Cooke and Lewis' Zale range brings a modern finishing touch to your kitchen. It's controlled by 2 levers and is suitable for high pressure systems.

Guarantee - 5 years

Comes with - 2 x 400mm flexible stainless steel hoses
More From B&Q:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
Gollywood Avatar
5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Options

Top Comments

(1)
8 Likes
Bought the same tap on offer from Screwfix last year, it's superb.

Like any kitchen tap, it may be tricky to fit.

All taps with a hose extension MUST have a one-way valve fitted on the hot and cold pipes going into the trap. If you have isolators, just connect the one-way valves to those, then the flexi pipes/tails to them. Easy.

The reason is, just like outdoor taps, if the hose is immersed in water and there is negative pressure (such as a water pipe leak in the street), without the one-way valve, dirty water may be drawn into the system.

All hose taps have longer fittings under the sink, so sometimes you need to awkwardly remove sections of you cabinet backboard if there's not enough clearance.

Took me 3 hours to fit as a general DIYer.

All Comments

(59) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
£20 Online

£5 P&P

Not available for in store collection

Edited By: Gollywood on Dec 17, 2016 17:39
1 Like #2
Thanks Gollywood :)
#3
Would this be OK with a combination boiler?
1 Like #4
Any plumbers know why? A review says it took a plumber 2 1/2 hrs to fit?

'Pull out taps must not be directly connected to drinking water supplies without appropriate backflow protection. Please consult your plumber or local water supplier for advice on your specific system. To comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations (Byelaws in Scotland), and to keep your water supply healthy, please be aware that significant alteration of your plumbing system may be required'
#5
Free delivery over £50
8 Likes #6
Bought the same tap on offer from Screwfix last year, it's superb.

Like any kitchen tap, it may be tricky to fit.

All taps with a hose extension MUST have a one-way valve fitted on the hot and cold pipes going into the trap. If you have isolators, just connect the one-way valves to those, then the flexi pipes/tails to them. Easy.

The reason is, just like outdoor taps, if the hose is immersed in water and there is negative pressure (such as a water pipe leak in the street), without the one-way valve, dirty water may be drawn into the system.

All hose taps have longer fittings under the sink, so sometimes you need to awkwardly remove sections of you cabinet backboard if there's not enough clearance.

Took me 3 hours to fit as a general DIYer.
#7
*trap=tap. can't edit comment
1 Like #8
Thanks op, I needed some other stuff, so spent over £50 and got delivery free. Hot.
#9
Don't forget 1.15% TCB :)
1 Like #10
I only came across this by accident whilst looking for some bathroom accessories. Didn't need it myself but thought it'd be worth posting.

There are other bits & pieces reduced so might be worth a detailed scan of the site.

Good luck
1 Like #11
Jonnyblock
Would this be OK with a combination boiler?


Yes
#12
Skyhiigh
Bought the same tap on offer from Screwfix last year, it's superb.

Like any kitchen tap, it may be tricky to fit.

All taps with a hose extension MUST have a one-way valve fitted on the hot and cold pipes going into the trap. If you have isolators, just connect the one-way valves to those, then the flexi pipes/tails to them. Easy.

The reason is, just like outdoor taps, if the hose is immersed in water and there is negative pressure (such as a water pipe leak in the street), without the one-way valve, dirty water may be drawn into the system.

All hose taps have longer fittings under the sink, so sometimes you need to awkwardly remove sections of you cabinet backboard if there's not enough clearance.

Took me 3 hours to fit as a general DIYer.


Isn't Cooke and Lewis B&Q own brand?
1 Like #13
j2hot
Skyhiigh
Bought the same tap on offer from Screwfix last year, it's superb.
Like any kitchen tap, it may be tricky to fit.
All taps with a hose extension MUST have a one-way valve fitted on the hot and cold pipes going into the trap. If you have isolators, just connect the one-way valves to those, then the flexi pipes/tails to them. Easy.
The reason is, just like outdoor taps, if the hose is immersed in water and there is negative pressure (such as a water pipe leak in the street), without the one-way valve, dirty water may be drawn into the system.
All hose taps have longer fittings under the sink, so sometimes you need to awkwardly remove sections of you cabinet backboard if there's not enough clearance.
Took me 3 hours to fit as a general DIYer.
Isn't Cooke and Lewis B&Q own brand?
Owned by same company.
1 Like #14
Wow £20....Bought!!
£5 delivery is still reasonable,i am very happy with this lovely looking tap,needed a new one for sooooo long.Heat added.
Thanks Gollywood
1 Like #15
thanks i orders for my kitchen
2 Likes #16
simont_space
Any plumbers know why? A review says it took a plumber 2 1/2 hrs to fit?

'Pull out taps must not be directly connected to drinking water supplies without appropriate backflow protection. Please consult your plumber or local water supplier for advice on your specific system. To comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations (Byelaws in Scotland), and to keep your water supply healthy, please be aware that significant alteration of your plumbing system may be required'


Overkill... imo.

Backflow regs...

Just smack it onto your pipe (compression joint) and attach your tap hose to the other end. No read regs but would assume has to be on rigid and not flexi at point of contact.

£5 each and they'll never be used - but b and q have to state it to comply with regs - probably why theyve sold so few as people are put off.

Took a plumber 2.5 hours?? I'll wager he was on an hourly rate... or had some serious messing about to do with the back of a cupboard.

If it took half an hour i'd be shocked and a little upset with myself.

For what its worth... ordered.
#17
http://i.imgur.com/peQ5AW7.png
#18
Ordered thanks OP
#19
If the hose is damaged is it possible to replace it or do you need a new tap unit?
#20
Thanks, ordered.
1 Like #21
Getting hot Golly..

https://media3.giphy.com/media/8RxCFgu88jUbe/giphy.gif
#22
Unfortunately we do not have stock of this product in any of our stores.
#23
omarmahmood
Getting hot Golly..[img][/img]

you going for a world (hukd) record, of how many times you can post the same stupid gif in the one day. seems like every time I look at a deal today its there. its bad enough having to look at a deal posted by the usual serial (uselessly irrelevant) gif posters. they are usually posting a serious of different ones, but to look at the same one over and over is kind of sad.



Edited By: Deedie on Dec 18, 2016 00:05
1 Like #24
robbie1412
Unfortunately we do not have stock of this product in any of our stores.


It's Home Delivery Only - it's specifically mentioned in the 1st comment.
3 Likes #25
Thanks....just ordered.....

Delivering Friday 21st April 2017 with PARCEL FORCE....

Hmmmmmm.......could do with more force :(
#26
1st delivery date is showing as 21/4/17 for me lol
#27
Ordered 2 (planning to give the utility room a makeover) - added in some clearance kitchen unit handles which came to £12 so 'free' delivery
#28
delivery in April 2017................. I bought one for **** n giggles but I will need a new tap to replace my dripping one just now
1 Like #29
thanks OP, ordered!
kennypowers2012
delivery in April 2017................. I bought one for **** n giggles but I will need a new tap to replace my dripping one just now
mine said 5 days? where did it say 2017? :(
http://i.imgur.com/INKRsD1.jpg
#30
Earliest delivery date is April for me too. Out of curiosity, has anyone actually managed to get an earlier date confirmed and paid for?
#31
mollymooster
1st delivery date is showing as 21/4/17 for me lol

Do B&Q take your money now or on dispatch?
#32
Gollywood
If the hose is damaged is it possible to replace it or do you need a new tap unit?


You can replace the hose in theory as it just goes through the tap spout and connects to the main tap body underneath, but I'm not sure if you can buy them separately.
#33
Great find I've ordered two and they are been delivered this Thursday.
#34
e350
Thanks....just ordered.....

Delivering Friday 21st April 2017 with PARCEL FORCE....

Hmmmmmm.......could do with more force :(


Exactly the same when I tried to order lol
#35
Ordered - 21/4/17 delivery, hopeful of improvement lol.
#36
Sorry guys....I have a delivery date of 22nd of December 2016,,,i guess i was just lucky !!!
#37
I ordered yesterday for delivery on 22/12,but changed to 23/12. Guess they're low of stock now so back ordering
#38
Orders two for delivery in April!
#39
The leak reviews put me off!!
#40
Says it can't be delivered until April 17?!?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!