Cheap Pegler Kitchen tap at Selco BW for £24
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Cheap Pegler Kitchen tap at Selco BW for £24

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Found 12th Apr 2015
Pegler is a big name in plumbing materials so I assume their taps would carry the same quality their fittings and valves have. Got to be a cheap price.

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Hello! I have had this in my laundry room and to be honest with in 12 months it was broken. Here is a quick review/thought: The main tape part where the water mixes there is a ceramic plate that turns in a plastic tube. This is London area with hard water but its the only one that that I have ever had jam.

The grooves where the head turns at the bottom of the tap is quite big and collects water which lime scales.

The hot/cold indicator plastic bit faded really quickly.

None of the others taps the house have had this happen!

Original Poster

Probably why it is cheap then, thanks.

Aldi have a similar looking tap for £19.99 at the moment, think it might be store dependent, and comes with a 3yr warranty.

May be of use to someone.

All the Aldi taps are only suitable for high mains pressure systems. The pegler will work on low pressure.

leaks like no tomorrow, you only get wha\t u pay for

Mine looks very similar to this and guess what it's started with the dripping after 4 years; expected it to last much longer, feel robbed by the company I brought my kitchen units from
Edited by: "saraye" 13th Apr 2015

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Hello! I have had this in my laundry room and to be honest with in 12 … Hello! I have had this in my laundry room and to be honest with in 12 months it was broken. Here is a quick review/thought: The main tape part where the water mixes there is a ceramic plate that turns in a plastic tube. This is London area with hard water but its the only one that that I have ever had jam.The grooves where the head turns at the bottom of the tap is quite big and collects water which lime scales.The hot/cold indicator plastic bit faded really quickly. None of the others taps the house have had this happen!




I have this tap in my kitchen and the ratio of hot and cold is inconsistent and often scalds. Your post makes sense of this (I thought I was imagining it)
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