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Miomare Mixer Tap (for Basin/Bath/Shower/Kitchen) £24.99 at Lidl
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Miomare Mixer Tap (for Basin/Bath/Shower/Kitchen) £24.99 at Lidl

£24.99LIDL Deals
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Posted 26th Sep
‘Suitable for all standard fixtures and pressurised hot water systems
Features a low-noise 35mm cartridge with a low-wear ceramic disc
Eco-flow function: 2 lever settings to reduce water wastage
Includes fixings
5-year warranty

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Basin Mixer Tap

Suitable for standard basins
Simple 1-hole installation
Eco-flow aerator plus water and energy-saving function – only cold water flows when in central position
Includes 2 flexible stainless steel connection hoses and drain fitting
Size: W5.2 x H15.5 x D15.2cm

Bath and Shower Mixer Tap

Simple 2-hole installation
S-connections with silencer and caps
Non-return valve at the shower outflow
Size: W22.7 x H14 x D18.8cm

Kitchen Mixer Tap

Suitable for standard kitchen sinks
Simple 1-hole installation
Eco-flow aerator plus water and energy saving function – only cold water flows when in central position
Swivel spout
Includes 2 flexible stainless steel connection hoses
Size: W5.5 x H18 x D24.7cm
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These are excellent, worth comparing prices to Screwfix first, then buy whichever is cheaper.
Just in time as my current tap has seized up and the cartridge doesn’t seem to be removable. Hope this is ok for higher pressure cold water as the one that I want rid of was really noisy and clearly not suitable.
I’ve got the sink tap & bath shower mixer tap. Both excellent quality and work well
mummymelly27/09/2019 10:31

I’ve got the sink tap & bath shower mixer tap. Both excellent quality and w …I’ve got the sink tap & bath shower mixer tap. Both excellent quality and work well


I take it the sink tap isn’t one of those annoying designs with the waste handle on the back of it? It seems like every one in the DIY shops has this annoying part, even if I were to not use it, there’d still be a hole in the back for water to get in to
Denziloshamen28/09/2019 11:30

I take it the sink tap isn’t one of those annoying designs with the waste h …I take it the sink tap isn’t one of those annoying designs with the waste handle on the back of it? It seems like every one in the DIY shops has this annoying part, even if I were to not use it, there’d still be a hole in the back for water to get in to


No it’s not got the waste thing on the back it’s just the tap! i’ve had a normal plug fitted too as those stupid pop up ones & kids don’t work! No hole in the back! it’s a good tap last one we had was from Ibath off amazon,absolute waste of money! It was a waterfall one which within a year or so went stiff & pitted.I bath waste of time so wouldn’t order again!
Thanks. I’m fine with the pop up plug I fitted, my kids seem alright with it (amazingly! The break and destroy everything else!!). Must get to Lidl early enough to pick one of these up, can barely turn and twist the one I fitted less than a year ago (can’t remember where I got it from, but I didn’t research very well as assumed a tap is a tap)
mummymelly27/09/2019 10:31

I’ve got the sink tap & bath shower mixer tap. Both excellent quality and w …I’ve got the sink tap & bath shower mixer tap. Both excellent quality and work well


I’ve installed the sink tap, but it seems to have reduced the hot water flow coming from it to a trickle. It was fine on the old tap, but almost unusable on this tap, the cold is a good flow rate though. Have you got the same on yours?
Denziloshamen05/10/2019 11:55

I’ve installed the sink tap, but it seems to have reduced the hot water f …I’ve installed the sink tap, but it seems to have reduced the hot water flow coming from it to a trickle. It was fine on the old tap, but almost unusable on this tap, the cold is a good flow rate though. Have you got the same on yours?


No ours the flow rates the same on both? I don’t know to be honest what would affect that,our plumber did ours sorry
mummymelly05/10/2019 12:00

No ours the flow rates the same on both? I don’t know to be honest what w …No ours the flow rates the same on both? I don’t know to be honest what would affect that,our plumber did ours sorry


Thanks. There shouldn’t be a difference, so it’s a bit of a puzzle. It’s easy enough to fit, only took ten minutes. Might have to remove fittings and put back again
Denziloshamen05/10/2019 12:20

Thanks. There shouldn’t be a difference, so it’s a bit of a puzzle. It’s ea …Thanks. There shouldn’t be a difference, so it’s a bit of a puzzle. It’s easy enough to fit, only took ten minutes. Might have to remove fittings and put back again


Yeah Hubby just said they should flow the same unless combi boiler slows hot water flow anyway but you’d of had the same with previous tap? Good luck
The clue is in the product description (which I missed entirely). Says it’s only suitable for pressurised systems. If you’ve got a combi boiler, you wouldn’t notice any issues. As I’m on a gravity fed system then it’s caused the drop in flow. What I don’t get with these high and low pressure taps is that it’s just a hole for the water to flow through, surely the water should just come out at whatever rate your system produces. The previous tap had excellent and fast flow on the hot, so seems odd that any tap (which is just a pipe with holes at both ends effectively) doesn’t deliver the same results
Edited by: "Denziloshamen" 5th Oct
davewave26/09/2019 19:39

These are excellent, worth comparing prices to Screwfix first, then buy …These are excellent, worth comparing prices to Screwfix first, then buy whichever is cheaper.


Wish I’d got screw fix as those are suitable for high and low pressure systems. These lidl taps only work on a pressurised hot water system (combi boiler). Most people won’t have an issue as probably on a combi boiler.
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