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Grohe Tap Sale e.g.GROHE Get Pillar Tapsx2 £29.50 /Start Edge Basin Mixer Tap £35 /Get Mono Basin Mixer Tap £35.50 @ Homebase(+Bristan Sale)
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Grohe Tap Sale e.g.GROHE Get Pillar Tapsx2 £29.50 /Start Edge Basin Mixer Tap £35 /Get Mono Basin Mixer Tap £35.50 @ Homebase(+Bristan Sale)

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Posted 1st Oct
Just spotted a Grohe tap sale at Homebase.

Lots of taps on offer and deal link takes you to all.


GROHE Start Edge Basin Mixer Tap- £35 (was £40)
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GROHE Get Mono Basin Mixer Tap - Chrome - £35.50 (was £59)
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GROHE Wave Cosmo Mono Basin Mixer- Chrome - £53 (was £85)
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GROHE Get Deckmounted Bath Filler Tap - Chrome -£60 (was £90)
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GROHE Get Deckmounted Bath/Shower mixer c/w kit - Chrome - £75 (was £149)
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GROHE Feel Deckmounted Bath Filler Tap - Chrome - £75 (was £150)
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There's is also a Bristan tap clearance sale going on at Homebase
Use link above and sort from low to high.

e.g.
Bristan Quest Bath Taps - £19.50 (Was 39.00)
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Bristan Renaissance Mono Basin Mixer - £55.00 (Was 110.00)
Bristan Acute Bath Taps Chrome - £49.50 (Was 99.00)
Bristan Capri Bath Taps - £29.50 (Was 59.00)
Bristan Oval Bath Taps - £44.50 (Was 89.00)
Bristan Quadrato Basin Taps - £44.50 (Was 89.00)
Bristan Quadrato Eco Click Basin Mixer Tap - £49.50 (Was 99.00)
Bristan Nero Bath Taps Chrome - £29.50 (Was 59.00)
Bristan Acute Basin Mixer Without Waste Chrome - £49.50 (Was 99.00)
Bristan Nero Basin Taps Chrome - £35.00 (Was 70.00)
Bristan Nero Basin Mixer Tap Chrome - £41.00 (Was 82.00)
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Can't find anywhere that has the bath mixers in stock...
Thanks OP! ..reserved
Got this stuff in my new bathroom last year. Very nice.
And get the two 22mm to 15mm adapters you will need from a plumbers merchant for about £1 each.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 1st Oct
Milton keynes has bath mixers in stock
Cheers ordered for delivery
Love Grohe, great stuff.
Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European market, and the pressure required are high compared to some of the UK hot water systems (with water tank). I've got a Grohe kitchen tap, and where as the hot water pressure was great with the previous tap, with the new tap it is shockingly bad. Just something to keep in mind when buying one.
scope01/10/2019 20:07

Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European …Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European market, and the pressure required are high compared to some of the UK hot water systems (with water tank). I've got a Grohe kitchen tap, and where as the hot water pressure was great with the previous tap, with the new tap it is shockingly bad. Just something to keep in mind when buying one.


Yeah was going to ask that, has anyone experience of these taps on a low pressure system. Just installed a Bristan basin mixer downstairs and the hot is poor, it would be terrible upstairs.
Thanks op, was just about to go and buy one full price elsewhere
Have they got any of the brushed stainless steel ( i.e. the non tacky shiny stuff ?)
davep39301/10/2019 20:16

Yeah was going to ask that, has anyone experience of these taps on a low …Yeah was going to ask that, has anyone experience of these taps on a low pressure system. Just installed a Bristan basin mixer downstairs and the hot is poor, it would be terrible upstairs.


Yes, I have one of these in a low pressure system and they’re not so good. I don’t recommend.
Cheers for this- grabbed some bargain replacements for our drippy basin and bath taps that I’ve been putting off for too long.
Grohe, das höchste Glück auf Erden,
kommt sehr oft nur durch Einsamkeit in das Herz.
scope01/10/2019 20:07

Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European …Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European market, and the pressure required are high compared to some of the UK hot water systems (with water tank). I've got a Grohe kitchen tap, and where as the hot water pressure was great with the previous tap, with the new tap it is shockingly bad. Just something to keep in mind when buying one.



If you want to be able to buy any taps and have high water pressure everywhere with a gravity-fed system, you need to install a whole house pump (probably negative head) (not cheap).

There are certainly plenty of online retailers who are more than happy to give the impression that taps will work with low pressure gravity-fed systems, when they won't. It's also annoying that the limited number of low pressure taps on the market are mostly ugly.
scope01/10/2019 20:07

Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European …Grohe are great products. but they are designed for the mainland European market, and the pressure required are high compared to some of the UK hot water systems (with water tank). I've got a Grohe kitchen tap, and where as the hot water pressure was great with the previous tap, with the new tap it is shockingly bad. Just something to keep in mind when buying one.


Perhaps consider upgrading your mains inlet pipe to a 32mm blue pipe. I had pressure issues until I had the old 15mm lead pipe upgraded.
saif_rb02/10/2019 02:29

Perhaps consider upgrading your mains inlet pipe to a 32mm blue pipe. I …Perhaps consider upgrading your mains inlet pipe to a 32mm blue pipe. I had pressure issues until I had the old 15mm lead pipe upgraded.


That wouldn't help. If they only have an issue on hot it will be because they have a gravity system, ie the hot water is in a vented cylinder.
For example my cold water is under mains pressure, approx 3 bar, my hot is about point 2 bar upstairs.
I suppose it’s a bad character trait of mine, but whenever I see Grohe taps in someone’s home I think “Hmm, these are people who value quality”.

It’s not really the right way to get the sum of someone’s values is it! 🙊
Thanks got the Bristan quest bath taps I've been looking at for a while now for £24.50 delivered. £55 at Screwfix!
Great timing! Thanks.
saif_rb02/10/2019 02:29

Perhaps consider upgrading your mains inlet pipe to a 32mm blue pipe. I …Perhaps consider upgrading your mains inlet pipe to a 32mm blue pipe. I had pressure issues until I had the old 15mm lead pipe upgraded.


What sort of costs are involved in doing this? Many thanks
which brand better bristan or grohe?
Lovely stuff. OP please see if they have sink tap as I really want a good one. Good post!
Those Grohle taps look very nice. However, the basin ones I looked at had 3/8” flexi tails. That can be worked around to get to 15mm. Odd as the box says made in Thailand. Are they not for UK market ?
Edited by: "ashman33" 3rd Oct
Will have to take a look ashman, so do like the fact that the "get " model can allegedly tolerate 0.3 bar of pressure ..mine sucks.Just need a nice bathroom sink to pop up on hukd now
Cheers op I went for the Briston Capri Bath/shower mixer & the Capri twin basin taps £87 all in good spot heat added
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