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Posted 18th Aug 2020

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¼ turn operation.

Double Lever ¼ Turn Operation
¼ Turn
Deck-Mounted with Swivel Spout
Replaceable Aerator
Suitable for High & Low Pressure Systems
Model No: 33A
Neoperl Aerator
Anti-Limescale Spout
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Had one of these for about a year and very pleased with it.
I saw these and reached wood.
Had this fitted over the weekend and liking it.
I bought this recently and was very happy with it when it was first fitted but the whole head has come loose and come off 4 times now. Worst tap ever
pinkkitty200718/08/2020 09:49

I bought this recently and was very happy with it when it was first fitted …I bought this recently and was very happy with it when it was first fitted but the whole head has come loose and come off 4 times now. Worst tap ever


That's probably down to pooor installation/ fitter. There usually is a grub screw behind that holds the head . Check to see if your grub screw is missing ( your kitchen fitter may have forgot to refit it)
Bought two of these last month. One is fine, but had to return the other immediately due to the constant drip. Bit of a pain as I had just adjusted the pipework to accommodate the new tap, and had to revert back to old plumbing to refit my previous tap.
Check the reviews, as there is significant feedback regarding this 'drip' feature! Bit of a lottery as to which one you might get.
PS. Been this price for ages.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 18th Aug
cadmus18/08/2020 10:11

That's probably down to pooor installation/ fitter. There usually is a …That's probably down to pooor installation/ fitter. There usually is a grub screw behind that holds the head . Check to see if your grub screw is missing ( your kitchen fitter may have forgot to refit it)


I noticed the grub screws were quite loose on the two I purchased. I had a good look at the build quality, etc. of the one I returned. Deffo built to a budget when compared to the tap I was replacing, an Astracast Shannon tap.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 18th Aug
Had one for about 3 years....no issues
tintowellfan18/08/2020 10:17

I noticed the grub screws were quite loose on the two I purchased. I had a …I noticed the grub screws were quite loose on the two I purchased. I had a good look at the build quality, etc. of the one I returned. Deffo built to a budget when compared to the tap I was replacing, an Astracast Shannon tap.


The Cooke and Lewis are usually better than average but you are very correct in as much you won't get the quality or longevity as you would a GROHE Tap for example but you do pay for what you get and this is a nice looking budget tap
How easy is it to replace taps for a diyer and how long would it generally take
Edited by: "Namrofni10" 18th Aug
Namrofni1018/08/2020 13:32

How easy is it to replace taps for a diyer and how long would it generally …How easy is it to replace taps for a diyer and how long would it generally take


i just watched a few Youtube clips and replaced the tap myself
Namrofni1018/08/2020 13:32

How easy is it to replace taps for a diyer and how long would it generally …How easy is it to replace taps for a diyer and how long would it generally take


It’s quite simple, make sure the water is isolated, run the taps to make sure the isolation has worked,

Disconnect the pipes and detach from sink/sideboard.

Install new tap, (ensure you have correct tap tails for the taps) and tap fittings... (I usually cut off solid pipe work and replace with flexi tap connectors with ball valves in them).

Lots of YouTube videos.

Make sure the pipe work is clean if you do this... keep it simple use compression or speedfit connections.
BruvaLouis18/08/2020 14:41

It’s quite simple, make sure the water is isolated, run the taps to make …It’s quite simple, make sure the water is isolated, run the taps to make sure the isolation has worked,Disconnect the pipes and detach from sink/sideboard.Install new tap, (ensure you have correct tap tails for the taps) and tap fittings... (I usually cut off solid pipe work and replace with flexi tap connectors with ball valves in them). Lots of YouTube videos.Make sure the pipe work is clean if you do this... keep it simple use compression or speedfit connections.


Thanks
I wouldn’t rank fitting a new tap as easy.
There are always complications and the movement room under a sink is a nightmare.
You need to have two good adjustable spanners and probably a very flexible hook spanner to tighten up. Also tap tape for the joins.
Saying that I have fitted a few but I’m a semi-competent diyer.
Edited by: "mousegreatest" 18th Aug
If in doubt use a qualified plumber and dont use speedfit. God awful stuff
cadmus18/08/2020 13:18

The Cooke and Lewis are usually better than average but you are very …The Cooke and Lewis are usually better than average but you are very correct in as much you won't get the quality or longevity as you would a GROHE Tap for example but you do pay for what you get and this is a nice looking budget tap


The trouble is, if it needs replacing after 2-3 years, it could cost more, in the long run. Unless you're planning to move house before long, better to pay for quality and only install once.
I've had a single lever Cooke & Lewis tap that's similar to this for about 15 years. After about 3 years or so, it started dripping. I replaced the cartridge inside it and it's been fine since.
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