Carron Phoenix Rustica 150 ceramic sink - Instore - £149.50 @ Focus DIY
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Carron Phoenix Rustica 150 ceramic sink - Instore - £149.50 @ Focus DIY

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Found 16th Jan 2011Made hot 16th Jan 2011
Just pick one of these up from focus torquay, looks pretty good and has a lifetime guarantee apparantly.

£60 cheaper than B&Q nearest equivilant.

Link is to focus pdf catalogue, sink is shown on page 45 (23 of 28). not found on website

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got one of these cheaper over 18 months ago!
Other than that.... very good sink!
Edited by: "zombie" 16th Jan 2011

Seen this last month, looks ok

I have this sink and it looks lovely my neighbour got one a year after me as it was on half price again,seem to every year:)

Get FRANKE sink instead 50 year warranty B&Q had a stainless steel one for approx £109. Seen as one of the top names out there

eyeforabargain

I have this sink and it looks lovely

But don't you find it's very easy to break crockery/glassware in it as it's much less forgiving than a stainless steel sink?

Just make sure they have an overflow. There was a manufacturing error from one of the big manufacturers who rebranded and palmed off on the sheds, looked great but a tap left running and it would be interesting.

ozskins

Just make sure they have an overflow. There was a manufacturing error … Just make sure they have an overflow. There was a manufacturing error from one of the big manufacturers who rebranded and palmed off on the sheds, looked great but a tap left running and it would be interesting.



A tap left running into this sink would just overflow into the adjacent bowl which drains faster than any overflow. Not really any need for overflows on sinks with 2 bowls.

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shakeyjake66

A tap left running into this sink would just overflow into the adjacent … A tap left running into this sink would just overflow into the adjacent bowl which drains faster than any overflow. Not really any need for overflows on sinks with 2 bowls.



i justed check and yes the sink is designed so that the water runs into the small bowl in the event of an overflow. the plug for the small bowl also has a locking mechanism which has to be depressed to actually seal the bowl, Incase you leave the plug in by accident

as previously commented, an overflow into the small sink is far from ideal for many eventualities (assuming there is no overflow on this sink). Having worked in this area of industry for many years the idea of a sink not needing an overflow is wishful thinking indeed.

not too sure as'touch wood' I havent broke anything on it yet!!

£127.50 now - great price

Supercharged

£127.50 now - great price



I spotted it yesterday in Focus DIY Manchester at £149 - can you tell me where you found it for £127.50 (!) Many thanks.

raspytong

I spotted it yesterday in Focus DIY Manchester at £149 - can you tell me … I spotted it yesterday in Focus DIY Manchester at £149 - can you tell me where you found it for £127.50 (!) Many thanks.



Hello - It was in my local at the front, extra 15% off sale price (not a one off)

This is currently on sale at £99 until 28/02 - I bought one in Focus, Northampton on Sunday!

99 is a bargain!
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