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Deva Ingot Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap - £34.92 (was £69.84) Delivered @ Toolstation
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Deva Ingot Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap - £34.92 (was £69.84) Delivered @ Toolstation

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Posted 17th Sep

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Nice reduction on this mixer tap and appears to be a great price compared to elsewhere.

12 year warranty.

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Features 1/4 turn ceramic disc for rapid on/off flow. Features swivelling spout.
12 year manufacturer’s warranty.

The Deva Ingot Mono Kitchen Sink Mixer Tap Chrome is part of the leading Range of the Deva Modern Kitchen Taps Range. This Deva Ingot Mono Kitchen Sink Mixer Tap Chrome attracts not only your imagination but also caters to your wants unlike any other. You can be assured that you are receiving an item of the highest quality.

Deva Ingot ING130 Kitchen Sink Tap Features:
Swivel spout for single and multiple bowl sinks
Centre of inlet to centre of outlet : 210mm
Separate hot and cold water flow for safe and hygienic operation
WRAS Approved Product
Complete with a 12 year guarantee from Deva
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Wish I had got this type of tap. Instead I got this type and I hate it Heat added
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Wish I had got this type of tap. Instead I got this type and I hate it Heat added
summerof7617/09/2019 20:19

Wish I had got this type of tap. Instead I got this type and I hate it …Wish I had got this type of tap. Instead I got this type and I hate it [Image] Heat added


what's wrong with it? I was thinking of buying one of those :/
Bought two - thanks OP
Will this be good for replacement a dripping kitchen tap and what's their returns policy? Thanks
Why does anyone want to do the hot and cold separately with two different levers in a mixer tap when you could have just one? Isn’t it just a waste of time?
royaltee18/09/2019 14:33

Why does anyone want to do the hot and cold separately with two different …Why does anyone want to do the hot and cold separately with two different levers in a mixer tap when you could have just one? Isn’t it just a waste of time?


Yeah you see those in public bathrooms, can you get/fit same for a kitchen?
Got a dripping Aquadisc mixer kitchen tap (nearly 5 years old). Anyone actually got this fitted?... Any good?. After my many vain attempts I've threaded the cold valve 😣...Have to try and change myself . 1 review says silver chips off after 3 years!
Edited by: "hotdealsareus123" 25th Sep
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