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Pull-Out Spray Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free C+C)
Pull-Out Spray Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free C+C)

Pull-Out Spray Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free C+C)

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Single lever operation. Suitable for high pressure systems only.

Single Lever Operation
Replaceable Aerator
Model No: 10A
Suitable for High Pressure Systems
40mm Ceramic Cartridge
Dual-Function Spray Head

16 Comments

Ordered thanks .....

I bought one of these from Amazon a while back. Really nice looking tap. The only thing I do find is that the water flow appears slower than a regular tap. Not sure whether it's because of the long hose.

Bought thanks

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Bought.

Thanks op.

Have doubts about the reliability of this sort of tap if used a lot?

Excellent timing I just cracked mine on Saturday. New one now ordered ready for collection great price. Many thanks

Will this work with mains pressure or does it need a booster?

morrig

Have doubts about the reliability of this sort of tap if used a lot?



Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil mistake"

untakenname

Will this work with mains pressure or does it need a booster?



yes works fine with mains pressure

morrig

Have doubts about the reliability of this sort of tap if used a lot?



its reliable. just had ours replaced because not much room under the tap to sink bottom. if you can live with that its fine.

theeighthday

Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil … Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil mistake"



Can you elaborate?

theeighthday

Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil … Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil mistake"



theeighthday

Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil … Agreed, pull out and spray is not reliable at all, just ask my son "lil mistake"




We had this design of tap purchased from Lidl.

The metal split and broke of at the bottom of the tube where the spray head pushes in, it was my brother's fault though, because he wouldn't support the spout when he pressed the black spray/jet button, and the body of the tap appeared to be made of 100% zinc rather than brass, judging by the silver colour of the metal where it broke off..

Other issues we had was black mould were water was getting under the black plastic button cover.

The tap was a bit low to fill a jug kettle, and the flowrate was poor.

After a couple of years the wire braiding protecting the various flexi-pipes frayed injuring hands if touched while reaching under the sink.

We also had issues with the flexi-pipes that connect the spout loosening themselves when the spout was swung, after a few weeks of use - I'd recommend using a sealant to stop them undoing and leaking.

The other issue I had was with fitting/removing ours because there are four tubes feeding into the base and there wasn't any space between the feed tails and the nuts that clamp the tap to the sink for the thickness of a box spanner, so I had to use open ended spanners in very confined access as the sink was already fitted, making the Lidl one a right royal pain to fit. Hopefully the screwfix one is better quality and has a bit more space.


I learn't my lesson and replaced mine with a much more expensive bristain tap

Edited by: "melted" 11th Jul

Collected and fitted mine today.

Some of the comments on here are correct.

It is a pain to fit and will be a pain to disassemble when the time comes.

Can't see it lasting very long. The flexible hose connecting the shower head to the tap base feels cheap.

Overall I'd say if you're on a budget and have a couple of hours to spare go for it.

If you can afford a bit more i would definitely buy something different.


Its back to £50

£49.99 Now

I have a double lever with low pressure would this be suitable for my home
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