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Pull Out Mixer Tap £19.99 @ Lidl

danny99 Avatar
6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Single Lever Kitchen Sink Mixer With Pull Out Spray
Finished in Polished Chrome

never seen such a tap this cheap
though im dont know about the difference in quality in taps.
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#1
http://www.wharfplumbing.co.uk/taps-ka307.jpg
#2
For that price you can buy 2 and keep one for spares
#3
Not showing when I "go to deal". When and where, please?
#4
None in my local store
#5
Nor mine, which Lidl is this on offer at?
#6
Sorry i forgot to write, i saw this in my local lidl:
Manchester, Preswitch

Only available instore
#7
very similar available on ebay about £23 if anyone wants one and cant get one of these
#8
I would not recommend this tap for a kitchen. I did put one into our new kitchen. You have to run the water first before you fill up your kettle. If you forget, your tee will taste awful from stale/rubber taste water. I think it is the water which gets stuck in the pipe which tastes awful.
#9
Had one for three years no problem good power when using shower spray only problem rubber at jet becomes hard and wears away doesn't affect tap don't know if this is the same still a good buy.
#10
our expensive version is wearing out. the plastic chrome has peeled away around where it docks. this might be a suitable replacement.
#11
I brought one of these taps from Lidl about 5 years ago for £15. It has been very well used in our kitchen and it's still going well. The Pressure is dropping on the cold water and the cord that extends out is wearing a little (although this one looks to have a metal cord), but all in all an excellent tap! I shall be buying one of these as a replacement.
#12
They look like the one tha you find priced at more than £100 in certain stores and bought 5 about 4 years ago from lidl At £9.99 each together with a lot more. at £19 are still a bargain. Never used yet I must say but I used the others for the bath, sink etc. . in different properties and the quality is superb. Anyway always keep an eye as i see them 2 or 3 times per year on sale at lidl
Good luck
#13
Hi, Are these easy enough to fit and convert from current sink with 2 taps?
#14
Any idea what the recommend water pressure is?

Hi, Are these easy enough to fit and convert from current sink with 2 taps?


One problem that I can see is a mixer tap uses 1 hole in the sink, where as 2 taps.. well you get where I'm going.
#15
I had one of these and it didn't last 6 months - the tap part broke off the end of the hose.
#16
I dont have this specific model, but got something very similar from Argos 2 years ago for not much more money. 2 things to complain about - first, I found the hole in our sink wasnt big enough (before some "alterations" with a hack saw) to fit the two braided inlet hoses for the h & c water plus the wider metal extending hose which trails way down into the cupboard below. Also, the internal diameter of the inlet hoses is so narrow that our hot water pressure is rubbish (cold OK because it is from the rising main). This one may be different but I have since been told that these are usually cheap taps from eastern Europe and although they say they are suitable for low pressure they really arent. Of course you may have good hot water pressure and a large hole (ooh errr) but I thought it was worth mentioning.
#17
I think this would only be useful if you have a boiler which supplies hot water at pressure, ie a combi.

Definately wouldn't fit one in a bungalow that has a gravity fed system as there won't be enough pressure to work effectively.

Also for any mixer tap/shower to function accurately you need to fit a pressure equalizing valve due to the cold water off the main being higher pressure than your hot.
#18
best for mains water pressure of course and I do not think it will fit on a 2 hole sink. Can make one of the hole bigger and cover the other one. In term of durability, I can see from the one I got that when in use it needs to be treated in a gentle manner. If you drop the head it can crack and the same would be the one priced £300 from Harrods.
#19
Only thing is if the corded bit wears out, then the whole tap needs replacing. Most normal taps would probably last a bit longer, but if you can buy two for the price of one normal one, then not a problem
#20
I have one of these and have used it with no problems for about 6 or 7 years. I would prefer it if the faucet bit was metal instead of plastic and having a hoze dropping into the cabinet beneath may be a bit of a pain depending what you store in it but, it still looks like new, works perfectly and costs a fraction of the price of most taps.

Taste is fine too, even after all these years and I drink a lot of water straight from it and it tastes as good as the water from the water cooler at work.
#21
I got one of these from Lidl 18 months ago and it wrecked and kept leaking water so had to get rid of it. It just wore out!
#22
Chivas Regal
I got one of these from Lidl 18 months ago and it wrecked and kept leaking water so had to get rid of it. It just wore out!


You should have took it back under the 3 yr warrenty
#23
I've seen six of these last between 3months and a year!!!!!!

They are brilliant for the first couple of months but then problems occur... from the mteal cord coming apart to problems of water leaking down through the hole for the pipe...

I'd say it would be a bargain for a tenner but £20??? -sorry it's cold.
Thanks for posting, I'm sure there will be those that will be well chuffed ;-)
#24
DEALWARRIOR
You should have took it back under the 3 yr warrenty


We'd chucked the receipt!
#25
I fitted one of these Lidl taps (Italian made) about a year ago and it works fine. You must have a single hole sink. If the sink is stainless, any tap (including this type) really needs extra support by adding reinforcement from below with a piece of ply or similar with a hole to match sink. Watch the clearance for the pull-out hose as otherwise it might jam.

Aldi often does a very similar (but not identical) tap and I've fitted one of those too; equally good.

Hot water pressure can be a problem with any reduced-bore tap/hose. Not really suitable if you are in a flat or have no reasonable head of water (i.e. height of surface of cold water cistern above tap) unless hot supply is at mains pressure from a combi boiler.
#26
dubnuts
Any idea what the recommend water pressure is?



One problem that I can see is a mixer tap uses 1 hole in the sink, where as 2 taps.. well you get where I'm going.



being a plumber. you mean......... the tap in this offer is a monoblock mixer(1 tap hole) and the other types are single pillar taps or a deck mixer tap (1 large mixer tap which covers 2 tap holes)

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