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Posted 25 July 2023

Gardena Tap Connector For Indoor Taps

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Gardena tap connector for indoor taps: Connection for indoor taps, including adapter for aerator head, spanner for easy fitting, for kitchen and bathroom (18210-20)

  • Functional set: This tap connector lets you connect the adapters included in the set to many modern indoor taps, for example in your kitchen or bathroom
  • Compatibility: The adapter is compatible with most taps with M 24 x 1 female thread and M 22 x 1 male thread
  • Quick and easy, ready for use: The set contains a spanner to make it easy to screw in and unscrew the adapter
  • Part of the original Gardena system: Easily and quickly create a watertight fit to your tap using various connectors
  • Delivery includes: 1x Gardena tap connector for indoor taps, 1x spanner
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  1. MadeDixonsCry's avatar
    Looks like overengineering. If you're really stuck on the brand, why not just buy this amazon.co.uk/Gar…M0/ ?

    You can also get generic unbranded for much cheaper
    IWANTBLUE's avatar
    Not over engineering at all?? Horses for courses, your suggestion won't work on a square/shaped/ non standard round tap at all, this will....
    Sure if you have ancient old style taps then go for you're life, but for modern fittings this is a great solution
  2. smallstools's avatar
    Great for filling a jacuzzi off a mixer tap in the kitchen. Much cheaper to use hot water from a gas boiler than using electric.
    IbeauI's avatar
    Yep, I am doing the same. Looking to get somesplitter in ground floor wc which is the closest point to boiler, otherwise thehot water goes around the house first, which is not as efficient.
  3. aleem's avatar
    This is a very neat solution - no need to keep attaching and pulling off the rubber type which inevitably end up leaking between the rubber and tap over time.

    With this one, the metal extension stays on the tap and you just click the plastic outlet to it when needed.
  4. debschillen0704's avatar
    Sorry but can this be used to attach your hosepipe to your kitchen tap pls. Friend would find this useful
    ricky7's avatar
    Yes that's exactly what I understood from the title and pictures
  5. Swixer's avatar
    Isn't this the portal gun from Rick and Morty
  6. lobwl's avatar
    I've had this for a couple of years. Works very well and still going strong.
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