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GROHE 23330000 | BauEdge Basin Mixer Tap - £37.40 Delivered @ Amazon
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GROHE 23330000 | BauEdge Basin Mixer Tap - £37.40 Delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Mar
Been looking to change the taps in the bathroom and came across this, good brand and looks like a quality tap.

Product Description
Monobloc installation metal lever 28 mm ceramic cartridge, mousseur, smooth body flexible connection hose, srapid installation system.

Grohe EcoJoy integrated and optional water saving features are available on several of our head showers and hand-held shower heads. For a lifetime of good-as-new looks Grohe StarLight chrome resists tarnishing and will not flake or peel.

Grohe SilkMove cartridge delivers gradual and precise control of the water flow and temperature.

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Features

  • High pressure, over 1.0 bar
  • Smooth body - for basins that do not require a pop-up waste set or retractable chain
  • Scratch resistant and easy to clean with smooth handling
  • Effortless to install with technology designed to reduced water consumption
  • Minimum recommended pressure| 1.0 bar
  • five yearss Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Requires UK Compression Adaptors 15 mm x 3/8 Inch, Grohe 46914000

Hope it helps someone.
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I recent fitted this tap - love it for the price! Note you need to get a 3/8” connector as grohe flexi pipes don’t have the standard 15mm connectors. Many different types of connectors available but I bought these connectors and put them straight into my isolating valve. Only adds about 1cm of additional space if that!
Hope this helps!

rover.ebay.com/rov…108
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Worth noting will need compression adaptors for uk pipework
Good Price @matwalaboy
zanderol246 m ago

Worth noting will need compression adaptors for uk pipework


You are right indeed - do you mind adding the info so the others get it too - thanks a lot
apur321 m ago

Good Price @matwalaboy


Thanks bud
Have this tap in bathroom,lovely quality.good price
For purpose of example for those confused... (how a compression fitting works in basic form)
Be aware that this one doesn't have the pop-up waste pull-out bit. The one that does is £15 more.
Great price for the brand
Doing up a Cloakroom toilet and bought this the other day, haven’t fitted yet but I agree this looks a great quality Basin mixer. The flexi hoses are already attached in the box.
You can get isolating valves with the converters built in. Much neater than having them separate.
timkane33e5a22/03/2019 13:51

You can get isolating valves with the converters built in. Much neater …You can get isolating valves with the converters built in. Much neater than having them separate.


Do you have a link?
I recent fitted this tap - love it for the price! Note you need to get a 3/8” connector as grohe flexi pipes don’t have the standard 15mm connectors. Many different types of connectors available but I bought these connectors and put them straight into my isolating valve. Only adds about 1cm of additional space if that!
Hope this helps!

rover.ebay.com/rov…108
I have this tap (or a very similar one) and would not recommend in a hard water area! The flat-top of the tap spout and handle allow water to pool on them. So unless every tap user religiously clears water away after use you will be for ever removing limescale marks.

Looks nice though once you've cleaned it, but would not buy again!
Excellent tap and even better price, we have a few of these in our house and they have been flawless and still look like new.

Flow rate is quite a lot reduced, due to the smaller diameter hoses, but this shouldn't be an issue unless you have a massive sink....

We live in a very hard water area and haven't found them an issue keeping clean. I can see what the above poster means about the flat top, but unless you are someone who rarely cleans, it shouldn't be an issue.
Edited by: "Bash_er" 22nd Mar
Grohe = quality, just buy it.
I have Grohe everywhere in the house - I actually like the reduced/smooth flow.
Just about to order an L shaped suite.
I'm guessing this would be ok for the sink but could anyone recommend a decent mixer tap for the bath itself.
Taps are fixed to the long side of the bath rather than at the top of the bath (if that helps)
Maybe a grohe type too.
What about noise? I fitted Bristan basin mixer (blitz) and it was very noisy. Returned it.
MissiveUK6 m ago

What about noise? I fitted Bristan basin mixer (blitz) and it was very …What about noise? I fitted Bristan basin mixer (blitz) and it was very noisy. Returned it.

MissiveUK6 m ago

What about noise? I fitted Bristan basin mixer (blitz) and it was very …What about noise? I fitted Bristan basin mixer (blitz) and it was very noisy. Returned it.


So very sad
When I see discounted grohe items, I buy.
gold3n_dragon9 m ago

When I see discounted grohe items, I buy.


You make a very smart choice, I say
PeteW8 h, 42 m ago

Be aware that this one doesn't have the pop-up waste pull-out bit. The one …Be aware that this one doesn't have the pop-up waste pull-out bit. The one that does is £15 more.


If you're after a pop up waste set, there are a few at amazon.de for around £5 more.

amazon.de/gp/…c=1
EUR 49.40 approx. £42.34

amazon.de/gp/…c=1
EUR 45.58 approx.£39.07
Tap dat
RufusA22/03/2019 14:38

I have this tap (or a very similar one) and would not recommend in a hard …I have this tap (or a very similar one) and would not recommend in a hard water area! The flat-top of the tap spout and handle allow water to pool on them. So unless every tap user religiously clears water away after use you will be for ever removing limescale marks.Looks nice though once you've cleaned it, but would not buy again!


Well, I might be shot down here, & have mentioned this in my previous account here many moons ago..

I live in East Anglia, the water is HARD as (Grrr hard).
I moved into a early 1970's house with pretty clogged pipes, I bought (at auction) a "permutti" coil which I wound tightly & used electrical tape to hold it in place, then a foam pipe sleeve on top. set it in motion & over the next 6 months th water coming in had the calcium maintained as a liquid form (& hasn't been a problem since with samuel heath shower heads etc ..which I clean every once a year or less ((less))

When fitted it uses a low electric pulse to agitate the calcium build up & essentially it was loosening big gobbets of the stuff & spitting them out, ...I had reason a couple of years ago to cut open a few pipes & they were as clean as a whistle...

I also replaced the (trad) hot water element the other year, the 1970's element had virtually fallen off, & rotted through (dodgy) so I cannot tell if the mess at the bottom of the otherwise clean tank was from a sacrificial node (anealing qualities) or whether part of the system clean out was the long term impact of the permutti.

I have always basically lived in extremely hard water areas & can heartily recommend spending themoney on a decent brand of box that has lasted over a decade pulsing a simple low voltage through the riser pipe (metal) on metal pipework.

Before fitting it, shower heads & taps had to be cleaned judiciously every few weeks, now it's "if & when I remember" ..havent had problem since though you need to be prepared for the taps to throw out some lumps of old calc for a while as it gets to work ...but when it does you know its doing its job as a new user.

Putting that permutti in place means I haven't neeeded to worry about thin bore for designer taps etc (the pressure sucks here anyway, reducing the pipe bore without should mean it becomes like clogged artery, but the kitchen tap is like that & never been a problem, so I would consider this tap as a replacement IF I had the proud home owner syndrome or hard water just to make life easier "whole of house" ...its basically magnetic field pulse which reacts with the incoming floating debris in the water from the mains riser.
Ash281122nd Mar

I recent fitted this tap - love it for the price! Note you need to get a …I recent fitted this tap - love it for the price! Note you need to get a 3/8” connector as grohe flexi pipes don’t have the standard 15mm connectors. Many different types of connectors available but I bought these connectors and put them straight into my isolating valve. Only adds about 1cm of additional space if that! Hope this helps!https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F253192522108


Thanks for that.

Found these £3.19 a pair in Screwfix for anybody who has a store close to them.
screwfix.com/p/f…89r
Mr_Gus23/03/2019 10:44

Well, I might be shot down here, & have mentioned this in my previous …Well, I might be shot down here, & have mentioned this in my previous account here many moons ago..I live in East Anglia, the water is HARD as (Grrr hard).I moved into a early 1970's house with pretty clogged pipes, I bought (at auction) a "permutti" coil which I wound tightly & used electrical tape to hold it in place, then a foam pipe sleeve on top. set it in motion & over the next 6 months th water coming in had the calcium maintained as a liquid form (& hasn't been a problem since with samuel heath shower heads etc ..which I clean every once a year or less ((less))When fitted it uses a low electric pulse to agitate the calcium build up & essentially it was loosening big gobbets of the stuff & spitting them out, ...I had reason a couple of years ago to cut open a few pipes & they were as clean as a whistle...I also replaced the (trad) hot water element the other year, the 1970's element had virtually fallen off, & rotted through (dodgy) so I cannot tell if the mess at the bottom of the otherwise clean tank was from a sacrificial node (anealing qualities) or whether part of the system clean out was the long term impact of the permutti.I have always basically lived in extremely hard water areas & can heartily recommend spending themoney on a decent brand of box that has lasted over a decade pulsing a simple low voltage through the riser pipe (metal) on metal pipework.Before fitting it, shower heads & taps had to be cleaned judiciously every few weeks, now it's "if & when I remember" ..havent had problem since though you need to be prepared for the taps to throw out some lumps of old calc for a while as it gets to work ...but when it does you know its doing its job as a new user.Putting that permutti in place means I haven't neeeded to worry about thin bore for designer taps etc (the pressure sucks here anyway, reducing the pipe bore without should mean it becomes like clogged artery, but the kitchen tap is like that & never been a problem, so I would consider this tap as a replacement IF I had the proud home owner syndrome or hard water just to make life easier "whole of house" ...its basically magnetic field pulse which reacts with the incoming floating debris in the water from the mains riser.


Well we live in the top 5 hard water areas in the UK, with a calcium reading of 360mg p/ltr and indeed, hard water does cause issues for sure.

But, as I stated, these taps do not need "religiously cleaning after every use", that is simply an exaggeration.

All taps and water fittings in a hard water, whatever they are, will always need extra cleaning and these Grohe ones, whilst not perfect, are nowhere near as bad as you suggest.

You might want to consider getting yourself a water softener over your coil device, whilst that may be good, it is nothing compared to a softener, which will completely eliminate your limescale problem.
Bash_er27/03/2019 09:59

Well we live in the top 5 hard water areas in the UK, with a calcium …Well we live in the top 5 hard water areas in the UK, with a calcium reading of 360mg p/ltr and indeed, hard water does cause issues for sure.But, as I stated, these taps do not need "religiously cleaning after every use", that is simply an exaggeration. All taps and water fittings in a hard water, whatever they are, will always need extra cleaning and these Grohe ones, whilst not perfect, are nowhere near as bad as you suggest.You might want to consider getting yourself a water softener over your coil device, whilst that may be good, it is nothing compared to a softener, which will completely eliminate your limescale problem.


You might want to direct that comment at https://www.hotukdeals.com/profile/RufusA (he was the originator for that comment) ..I have not got a problem since installing on the riser main, I certainly don't want to be buying loads of salt to soften out the water i'm more than used to the taste & damage to pipes has been halted & reversed.

(nor would I have judiciously polished the chrome off them after each & every subsequent use).


As for someone elses "fervancy" for cleaning ...that may be an exageration as you state, or it may be like the fella over the road who cleans his car for 5 hours every weekend & used to start at 7 am with a power washer in the street until he thought was screaming that I was going to ***ing murder him, .. (my toenails were black & falling out at the time & our dogs were stamping on them) ..however it worked & his O.C.D. now waits until a decent hour so i'm not complaining.
Mr_Gus5 h, 5 m ago

You might want to direct that comment at …You might want to direct that comment at https://www.hotukdeals.com/profile/RufusA (he was the originator for that comment) ..I have not got a problem since installing on the riser main, I certainly don't want to be buying loads of salt to soften out the water i'm more than used to the taste & damage to pipes has been halted & reversed.(nor would I have judiciously polished the chrome off them after each & every subsequent use). As for someone elses "fervancy" for cleaning ...that may be an exageration as you state, or it may be like the fella over the road who cleans his car for 5 hours every weekend & used to start at 7 am with a power washer in the street until he thought was screaming that I was going to ***ing murder him, .. (my toenails were black & falling out at the time & our dogs were stamping on them) ..however it worked & his O.C.D. now waits until a decent hour so i'm not complaining.


Apologies, you are correct, I had assumed you were the same person!

Glad you got your limescale and car cleaning neighbour sorted!
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