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Cooke & Lewis Sissu 39A Pull-Out Spray Mono Mix er Kitchen Tap Chrome for £39.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Cooke & Lewis Sissu 39A Pull-Out Spray Mono Mix er Kitchen Tap Chrome for £39.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Posted 11th Jun

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Lovely modern pull-out kitchen tap. Half price at Screwfix with free c&c

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This chrome finish side lever tap from Cooke and Lewis' Sissu range brings a stylish finishing touch to your kitchen. It's suitable for high pressure systems.

  • Guarantee - 10 years
  • Comes with - Comes with 2x 1/2" BSP female flexible braided hose with built in pre-filters and fixings and installation instructions
  • Fixings supplied

Features and Benefits
This contemporary style mix er tap is perfect if you are looking to make a statement in your kitchen space, boasting a pull out spout and swivel neck to make all your kitchen tasks a breeze – ideal for busy households.

  • Equipped with a dual function spray head spout that makes everyday tasks like rinsing salad a breeze
  • A single lever control makes this tap extremely easy to operate. It’s easy to use with one hand so works well in a busy kitchen
  • Fitted with a Neoperl water saving aerator that regulates the flow of the tap and helps you save water with every use

W x D x H: 111 x 252 x 386mm. Spout reach: 178mm. Height to spout: 217mm. Flexible hose Dia. x Bore x L: 14 x 8 x 450mm. Not Suitable for Gravity-Fed Systems. Single Flow. Single Lever Control. Minimum pressure: 1.8bar. Maximum pressure: 5bar. Weight 2.3kg.


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Here I go again!... brain goes ooooooh a pull out tap, finger goes yay let's order!
I WILL NEVER BE RICH!
Cooke and Lewis suck. They are b&qs cheaply made tat, which is all you see when you go instore.
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This is a great deal! Have been looking for one of these but didn’t want to pay over the top for one. This price is perfect& love the fact that you can pull out the tap. Thanks very much for sharing.
Looks like a cheap abode.
no good if you have low-water pressure (hot) like gravity feed
Bought this tap about six months ago in the sale for £29.99. Great tap, works well and good quality. Would certainly recommend
Looking for a mixer tap but don't have a pressurised system. Worth a shot or any better suggestions? Thanks
steeveecee11/06/2019 09:38

Looking for a mixer tap but don't have a pressurised system. Worth a shot …Looking for a mixer tap but don't have a pressurised system. Worth a shot or any better suggestions? Thanks



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Bought the same tap from screwfix over a year ago and paid around £55 in the sale I think. This price is an absolute bargain! I am really pleased with my tap. It's not too tall, unlike some of the other taps of this design with the pull out. Highly recommended!
steeveecee11/06/2019 09:38

Looking for a mixer tap but don't have a pressurised system. Worth a shot …Looking for a mixer tap but don't have a pressurised system. Worth a shot or any better suggestions? Thanks



Not worth trying. The hot water flow will be poor.
Just to clarify, does the end pull out to spray plates etc?
Porka91111/06/2019 09:44

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01NBH5H6O?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title


Thanks, but needs moar mixing
Porka91111/06/2019 09:44

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01NBH5H6O?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title


The in the link is not pull out tap.
Sod it ! blind buy! goto be better than what the builders fitted, which is only good for spraying everywhere else bar the kitchen sink !!!
Here I go again!... brain goes ooooooh a pull out tap, finger goes yay let's order!
I WILL NEVER BE RICH!
Good deal. Heat.
Note, it does not swivel left or right, so if you want to use this for a 2 sink setup it's not gonna work. See the Q&A for more details
It does swivel, as noted in the Q&A. Also, you can clearly see half way down the neck the point at which it swivels.
adamreilly11/06/2019 11:19

Just to clarify, does the end pull out to spray plates etc?


Yes it does
i ordered too
thx
Looks good, but there is a random negative review on the Screwfix website:

" This tap seemed a well made item but when I read the installation info in the box I discovered that it cannot legally be used on any system that has the cold water fed directly from the mains. That would mean most of the households in the UK. "

Is this BS? I always thought that by law a kitchen tap has to be mains-fed to ensure clean drinking water, as stored water is not suitable for drinking?
saffinch11/06/2019 15:06

Looks good, but there is a random negative review on the Screwfix …Looks good, but there is a random negative review on the Screwfix website:" This tap seemed a well made item but when I read the installation info in the box I discovered that it cannot legally be used on any system that has the cold water fed directly from the mains. That would mean most of the households in the UK. "Is this BS? I always thought that by law a kitchen tap has to be mains-fed to ensure clean drinking water, as stored water is not suitable for drinking?


For taps that mix internally within the unit you are supposed to have single check valves but I have never seen anyone do this.

Mixer taps (single/bi-flow) Schedule 2.15.13
Combination taps with separate waterways do not require any additional backflow protection. However, combination (blending) taps that allow mixing of the water to occur within the body of the tap should have single check valves on the hot and cold inlets.
Cooke and Lewis suck. They are b&qs cheaply made tat, which is all you see when you go instore.
Thanks, ordered.

Current one has leaked a couple of times from the swivel point (replaced seal but starts doing it again eventually) and been meaning to replace it.
gary33311/06/2019 15:29

For taps that mix internally within the unit you are supposed to have …For taps that mix internally within the unit you are supposed to have single check valves but I have never seen anyone do this. Mixer taps (single/bi-flow) Schedule 2.15.13 Combination taps with separate waterways do not require any additional backflow protection. However, combination (blending) taps that allow mixing of the water to occur within the body of the tap should have single check valves on the hot and cold inlets.


This. And stored water is fine for drinking as long as the method of storage meets Regulations, after all the water sits in a reservoir before starting it's journey through distribution anyway. Many new flats are pumped from communal storage tanks on the ground floor for example.

Regardless, as long as it's WRAs approved, looks a bargain.
Edited by: "releasethapressure" 11th Jun
Bought and installed myself today. Rather fiddly and you do need a good clear space in the undersink cupboard for the retractable hose to live. Instructions are really naff with no words and basic diagrams. Hot and cold are wrongly shown as reversed. Not obvious that the weight is just that, for the retractable hose. I thought it was a scale magnet and put it on the wrong pipe. After a few hours of tight working, it is now installed..and swivels!
Edited by: "glynsmith" 11th Jun
Pinksparkles197311/06/2019 12:59

Here I go again!... brain goes ooooooh a pull out tap, finger goes yay …Here I go again!... brain goes ooooooh a pull out tap, finger goes yay let's order! I WILL NEVER BE RICH!


Who wants to be rich when you can splurg like a king on HDUK and have a pull out tap you never knew you needed.
enjoycoca11/06/2019 19:42

Who wants to be rich when you can splurg like a king on HDUK and have a …Who wants to be rich when you can splurg like a king on HDUK and have a pull out tap you never knew you needed.


I know yeah, who wants loads of money in the bank to go off spending and dining out whenever takes your fancy..... when I can stay at home (be poor) and play with a funky tap!!
glynsmith11/06/2019 13:46

It does swivel, as noted in the Q&A. Also, you can clearly see half way …It does swivel, as noted in the Q&A. Also, you can clearly see half way down the neck the point at which it swivels.


Ah, agreed. Silly me trusting the official screwfix reply. I definitely see the point where it swivels.
37839931-jaDpS.jpgSeems there are other issues with that though, as per above comments. Still a good deal but might not last too long, depending in the water in your area and how much it eats the seals.
can this (and other kitchen sink taps) be installed in bathroom basins? Not sure if they all have standard sizes for sinks and basins
loofer12/06/2019 08:55

can this (and other kitchen sink taps) be installed in bathroom basins? …can this (and other kitchen sink taps) be installed in bathroom basins? Not sure if they all have standard sizes for sinks and basins


This would look a bit dumb in a bathroom basin..it is massive and the water stream will be way off the centre of the plug hole. Basins have a smaller diameter bore for the tap..this would definitely not fit, that is unless you are prepared to chisel away at your porcelein?
Edited by: "glynsmith" 12th Jun
glynsmith12/06/2019 10:06

This would look a bit dumb in a bathroom basin..it is massive and the …This would look a bit dumb in a bathroom basin..it is massive and the water stream will be way off the centre of the plug hole. Basins have a smaller diameter bore for the tap..this would definitely not fit, that is unless you are prepared to chisel away at your porcelein?


in a bit of a tricky situation. I only have room for a small basin in the guest/cloakroom WC. So te basin is going to be quite shallow too.
I need something with a spout that is quite high so i can get a watering can/bottle/lotah in to fill with water.
loofer12/06/2019 10:12

in a bit of a tricky situation. I only have room for a small basin in the …in a bit of a tricky situation. I only have room for a small basin in the guest/cloakroom WC. So te basin is going to be quite shallow too.I need something with a spout that is quite high so i can get a watering can/bottle/lotah in to fill with water.


You have no kitchen?
Pull out? What's "pull out" about it?
andreapearse11/06/2019 12:06

The in the link is not pull out tap.


No it isn’t. The request was only for a tap that would work on a low pressure system which the one in the link does and does well. For anyone still running low pressure systems their choice is very limited nowadays.
hi, where does it pull out as I can't figure it out from the photo
Zinagling12/06/2019 18:08

hi, where does it pull out as I can't figure it out from the photo


Assuming from what looks to be a split in the metal on the downside of the curve
Thanks OP, picked one up today. Heat added.
Edited by: "Cooltide" 12th Jun
Picked up today and installed after 2 hours , most of it was spent trying to remove old tap as not much space to work in . It’s a lovely looking tap and works a treat . It pulls out at the end and by a flick of a switch you can have solid or spray . Very pleased
Thank You
Ordered yesterday for collection today as none of the stores near me had one in stock.

Going to install it at weekend, so looking forward to seeing how it looks and performs.
Edited by: "Gary_James8tp" 13th Jun
glynsmith12/06/2019 10:06

This would look a bit dumb in a bathroom basin..it is massive and the …This would look a bit dumb in a bathroom basin..it is massive and the water stream will be way off the centre of the plug hole. Basins have a smaller diameter bore for the tap..this would definitely not fit, that is unless you are prepared to chisel away at your porcelein?


Surely it depends on the bathroom sink? I'm currently thinking about this as decent option for my new bathroom. Getting a vanity unit with a relatively large counter top sink. I think this may look nice sitting on the vanity unit top and arching up and over the sink bowl.
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