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GROHE 23330000 | BauEdge Basin Mixer Tap - £37.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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GROHE 23330000 | BauEdge Basin Mixer Tap - £37.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 24th Jan

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Decent price here for a quality and well reviewed mixer tap from Grohe. If you have a TradingDepot nearby well worth checking them out as they have it slightly cheaper, for the rest this should work.

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.

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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Good tap heat
Quality tap... Thank you
Need UK adapter as these have European fitting.
Good tap however. These the cheapest range so are not as good as the old school Grohe which quality can still be found in the £200 range.
manbearpig24/01/2020 21:10

Need UK adapter as these have European fitting.Good tap however. These the …Need UK adapter as these have European fitting.Good tap however. These the cheapest range so are not as good as the old school Grohe which quality can still be found in the £200 range.


I am assuming one of these should do the trick screwfix.com/p/c…086
matwalaboy24/01/2020 21:12

I am assuming one of these should do the trick …I am assuming one of these should do the trick https://www.screwfix.com/p/compression-adapting-male-coupler-15mm-x-/82086?


amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Good tap, good price, but it has been forever this price. I kept an eye on this over the past 6 months and the price didnt change. Eventually got it from Homebase for £30.
Bought one of these in Homebase recently and found out once it was in it needed a European adapter.
went back to store they had no clue and don’t stock them (although they stock plenty of this brand)
ordered one of amazon, arrived the next day and they sent wrong item I just ended up returning the tap for one that’s fits properly.
The adapter should be included in the box but it’s not
Edited by: "troonie" 24th Jan
This tap is on HUKD more than I am.
bouttime224/01/2020 21:53

This tap is on HUKD more than I am.


Time to be here more often then
The pop-up waste variant was on offer in Costco for £36 a few weeks ago. Got 3, fitted 2 (the 3rd a little more awkward as I have no isolated values, so will have to turn mains off and hot water at the tank.

Only issue I have with this tap is trying to get it to seat flush over the sink's hole. The body of the tap barely covers the hole, and the single bolt clamp underneath means uneven clamping pressure as you nip it up. Clamping pressure is all at the front of the tap, so the front end tries to shift into the front of your tap hole, so the tap doesn't sit flat, but lifts at the back end about 1mm. Took 3 goes of unclamping and reclamping while having to apply huge strength to hold tap in a way as to stop it moving towards the hole as you're reclaiming.
Just found it for £29 on a warehouse deal, thanks OP

In fact I think there are some still available
Edited by: "Gitfinger" 24th Jan
Hmm not sure about the design maybe it’ll grohe on me
manbearpig24/01/2020 21:10

Need UK adapter as these have European fitting.Good tap however. These the …Need UK adapter as these have European fitting.Good tap however. These the cheapest range so are not as good as the old school Grohe which quality can still be found in the £200 range.


3/8 into 15mm valve adapters sold everywhere

rover.ebay.com/rov…048
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Edited by: "Krizzo3" 25th Jan
Krizzo325/01/2020 00:30

3/8 into 15mm valve adapters sold …3/8 into 15mm valve adapters sold everywhererover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183079792048[Image]


I'm sure they are cheaper in Toolstation, Pair for £2.95

toolstation.com/tap…wcB
Edited by: "truly" 25th Jan
monkeyhanger7524/01/2020 22:16

The pop-up waste variant was on offer in Costco for £36 a few weeks ago. …The pop-up waste variant was on offer in Costco for £36 a few weeks ago. Got 3, fitted 2 (the 3rd a little more awkward as I have no isolated values, so will have to turn mains off and hot water at the tank. Only issue I have with this tap is trying to get it to seat flush over the sink's hole. The body of the tap barely covers the hole, and the single bolt clamp underneath means uneven clamping pressure as you nip it up. Clamping pressure is all at the front of the tap, so the front end tries to shift into the front of your tap hole, so the tap doesn't sit flat, but lifts at the back end about 1mm. Took 3 goes of unclamping and reclamping while having to apply huge strength to hold tap in a way as to stop it moving towards the hole as you're reclaiming.


I had this exact issue. I’ve been looking at tap collars on eBay to make it a little wider. Something like this
monkeyhanger7524/01/2020 22:16

The pop-up waste variant was on offer in Costco for £36 a few weeks ago. …The pop-up waste variant was on offer in Costco for £36 a few weeks ago. Got 3, fitted 2 (the 3rd a little more awkward as I have no isolated values, so will have to turn mains off and hot water at the tank. Only issue I have with this tap is trying to get it to seat flush over the sink's hole. The body of the tap barely covers the hole, and the single bolt clamp underneath means uneven clamping pressure as you nip it up. Clamping pressure is all at the front of the tap, so the front end tries to shift into the front of your tap hole, so the tap doesn't sit flat, but lifts at the back end about 1mm. Took 3 goes of unclamping and reclamping while having to apply huge strength to hold tap in a way as to stop it moving towards the hole as you're reclaiming.


You are not wrong, they need to make a base ring for this tap to sit in. Its very difficult to fit flush over the hole.
This year's Christmas presents sorted!
I have one of these. Make sure you measure your sink and look at these dimensions, to ensure it sticks out enough over your sink to wash your hands comfortably.
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