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COOKE & LEWIS Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap Chrome (free C&C) @ Screwfix - £29.99 - 1 Year Guarantee

£29.99£46.9936%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 7th Aug
Double Lever ¼ Turn OperationCeramic Disc ValvesDeck-Mounted with Swivel SpoutReplaceable AeratorSuitable for High & Low Pressure SystemsModel No: 49AAnti-Limescale Spout


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funkydunkyf07/08/2019 18:25

I like it but have found it cheaper at Bradford bathrooms. …I like it but have found it cheaper at Bradford bathrooms. https://www.bradfordbathroomcompany.com/lewis-mono-mixer-kitchen-tap-chrome/


Thanks for sharing here @funkydunkyf . I'm sure that will help others
funkydunkyf07/08/2019 18:25

I like it but have found it cheaper at Bradford bathrooms. …I like it but have found it cheaper at Bradford bathrooms. https://www.bradfordbathroomcompany.com/lewis-mono-mixer-kitchen-tap-chrome/


Delivery charge £4.99 . Still cheaper.
Edited by: "littel.helper" 7th Aug
littel.helper07/08/2019 18:43

Delivery charge £4.99 . Still cheaper.


It'll come out cheaper anyways ... Grand Total £24.94 with delivery charges.
It's a god price but be wary. I got a new kitchen mixer tap about 4years ago (about £35) - it has been dripping for weeks. This morning the drip turned into a steady stream. I took the barrels out and they were ceramic discs - not the old washers. I had to go to 4 different shops over a distance of 25 miles before a helpful assistant found replacements barrels that "might fit" - no refund if they didn't if I had taken them out of the bubble wrap. They cost just over £10 (compared to £1 if they had been washers) - luckily they fitted and everything is fine.
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 7th Aug
I only buy grohe taps
Dave_dave6907/08/2019 19:32

It's a god price but be wary. I got a new kitchen mixer tap about 4years …It's a god price but be wary. I got a new kitchen mixer tap about 4years ago (about £35) - it has been dripping for weeks. This morning the drip turned into a steady stream. I took the barrels out and they were ceramic discs - not the old washers. I had to go to 4 different shops over a distance of 25 miles before a helpful assistant found replacements barrels that "might fit" - no refund if they didn't if I had taken them out of the bubble wrap. They cost just over £10 (compared to £1 if they had been washers) - luckily they fitted and everything is fine.


This is true for the majority of 'cheap' ceramic disk taps. And you could always get Grohe (or some other top brand), but that would cost 3 times the price or more. And, when the cartridge needs replacing, it'l probably cost close to what the taps in this deal cost.
You pay your money & take your choice.
Personally I would avoid 'old fashioned' taps with washers as they just aren't as tactile as the ceramic ones.
I have this exact tap and have had no problems in the last 7 years of it being installed.
simonspeakeasy07/08/2019 20:05

This is true for the majority of 'cheap' ceramic disk taps. And you could …This is true for the majority of 'cheap' ceramic disk taps. And you could always get Grohe (or some other top brand), but that would cost 3 times the price or more. And, when the cartridge needs replacing, it'l probably cost close to what the taps in this deal cost.You pay your money & take your choice.Personally I would avoid 'old fashioned' taps with washers as they just aren't as tactile as the ceramic ones.



Probably agree with you - but they should provide replacement discs rather than having to buy the whole cartidge/barrel.
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 7th Aug
simonspeakeasy07/08/2019 20:05

This is true for the majority of 'cheap' ceramic disk taps. And you could …This is true for the majority of 'cheap' ceramic disk taps. And you could always get Grohe (or some other top brand), but that would cost 3 times the price or more. And, when the cartridge needs replacing, it'l probably cost close to what the taps in this deal cost.You pay your money & take your choice.Personally I would avoid 'old fashioned' taps with washers as they just aren't as tactile as the ceramic ones.


Tactile?
332966553676


I bought one of the black tap from screwfix recently but had to return it because looks not very convienient to fill the kettle.
hotukdeals.com/dea…249

so had a look on ebay, and bought a similar style to what op posted.

If anyone don't mind a same style but unbranded white version one from ebay.
I bought one this week for £9.89 delivered.
item number above.
If you wanted a unbranded chrome version one from ebay, its about £14 delivered but its a different seller.
Edited by: "ho5dow" 7th Aug
ho5dow07/08/2019 22:07

332966553676I bought one of the black tap from screwfix recently but had …332966553676I bought one of the black tap from screwfix recently but had to return it because looks not very convienient to fill the kettle.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/single-lever-mono-mixer-kitchen-tap-black-1699-at-screwfix-free-cc-3268249#comment-38132148so had a look on ebay, and bought a similar style to what op posted.If anyone don't mind a same style but unbranded white version one from ebay.I bought one this week for £9.89 delivered.item number above.If you wanted a unbranded chrome version one from ebay, its about £14 delivered but its a different seller.


Thanks foe being so helpful @ho5dow
philhib196407/08/2019 20:59

Tactile?


Only having to turn the tap 90 degrees to go from full on to full off.
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