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Stainless Steel Spiral Kitchen Mixer Tap - £39.99 Delivered @ Aldi
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Stainless Steel Spiral Kitchen Mixer Tap - £39.99 Delivered @ Aldi

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Posted 14th Jul

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As above.

Decent price with a 3 year warranty.
Also available in chrome.

Available now to pre order - despatch date is Thursday 18th July

Brand:
Kirkton House
Dimensions:
Mixer tap height: 51.5cm (approx.), Rinser tube: 54cm (approx.), Flexible tubes: 45cm (approx.)
Material:
Stainless steel, Plastic coating
Product Type:
Taps and Water Filtering
On-trend and practical, a new spiral mixer tap will add a modern industrial dimension to your kitchen space. Using it in your home will leave you feeling like a kitchen pro. Not only does it look great, the pull-out kitchen tap is a versatile piece of kit with two jet variants, allowing you to get through some of the toughest cleaning jobs. Included with your new pull-out tap is a fast fixing system, an extra hose, silicone sealings and backflow preventer. So, pick one up today and give your kitchen the stylish touch it deserves.

Features
360° swivelling releasable rinser with 2 spray options
Easy to install
Inner hose
Anti-limescale system
Includes fittings and base
Not suitable for low pressure systems and electric storage heaters
Neoperl aerator and back-flow preventer
Hot/cold marking on the lever
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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terriclarkfan14/07/2019 15:52

How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about …How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about wire a plug if I Google what the different coloured wires are.)


All taps are really easy...

- Turn off your main water supply
- Drain the water by turning a tap on
- unscrew the tap tails (hot and cold flexible hoses) and remove bottom screw from original tap
- put new tap in place putting the rubber washers in the right places
- connect tap tails, personally I hate PTFE tape and always use Jointing Compound, If you buy this make sure it's for potable (drinking) water. Ie screwfix.com/p/f…548 This will last a DIYer forever so maybe buy a smaller tube. Just rub it on the thread and screw it on. I've never had a joint leak with this stuff.
- Done

Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 2nd Jul 2018
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How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about wire a plug if I Google what the different coloured wires are.)
I bought this when it was on offer 2 years ago. Easy to fit and have had no issues. Well worth the money
Apprently only works with Combi boiler or high pressure system?! Can anyone confirm?
terriclarkfan14/07/2019 15:52

How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about …How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about wire a plug if I Google what the different coloured wires are.)


Reasonably straight forward enough to do but can be fiddly.

Quite a few videos on you tube that may help you but if your not sure maybe ask someone to do it for you or check locally for handyman/plumber.

A plumber will probably charge around £40 though
My sink has two single taps hot and cold would this be suitable to fit in my basin
We have a direct feed system. Dont think it is high pressure as just same as mains? Works fine. Got it last year and great tap.No problems. Partner fitted it so def can be a DIY job.
Bought this a couple of years back when they were down to £29, been faultless though needed an adaptor for the hose thread, but might have been our plumbing was too old.
The tap is taller and larger than you might expect if you haven't had one similar before.
If you buy one, try and make sure it's been unopened and all the bits are there- when I bought mine all the half dozen or so boxes remaining had been opened presumably to see what the tap was actually like, bits were scattered everywhere.
Thx op heat added. Delivery not till 18th July onwards.
Ordered thanks OP
Have had this in my kitchen for the last 3 years - great looking tap and no problems at all.
Bought this last year and have to say it’s great and the quality was far better then I was expecting given the price. Looks like the design has been updated slightly this year. Have preordered a second one for the utility room.
The previous one came with fitting to secure it to a sink or through a hole in a counter top, looking at the images this one is the same.
I got this last year, and i love it.
I have had mine a couple of years and my husband fitted it ok, love it
Another vote from me. I have this and it's great for the price!
terriclarkfan14/07/2019 15:52

How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about …How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about wire a plug if I Google what the different coloured wires are.)



I'm equally useless but I managed to change my kitchen tap last year. The tap changing part is easier, the fiddly bit (for me) was working under the sink where there's no room to move and you cant see anything - had to pretty much install it through touch instead of sight.
What about those of us blessed with low pressure systems? Worth bothering or not? (we have a virgin water bar and that's painfully slow)
Is this new model so no one knows how quality this is?
Will this be available in store soon?
What is better for long life chrome or stainless steel?
Does anyone know how long this deal is on for?
Stainless steel, Plastic coating. Worthless
19DembaBa1914/07/2019 16:32

My sink has two single taps hot and cold would this be suitable to fit in …My sink has two single taps hot and cold would this be suitable to fit in my basin


I put it one one hole and closed up another hole. You may need an additional pipe to make one of the pipe longer. It fited on perfectly. No more burning hot water.
Sounds like a great deal. Ordered for when I get my kitchen done. Heat added
GoonerGetYa14/07/2019 20:54

Does anyone know how long this deal is on for?


Aldi special buys are every Thursday and Sunday but they'll leave this on there website until they are out of stock.
Tempted by this as currently need two kitchen taps, but what's the advantage of this over something like the following from Amazon:

Suguword Chorme Kitchen Mixer Tap with Pull Out Sprayer 360°Swivel Single Lever Sink Taps Dual Functional Sprayer kicthen Faucet amazon.co.uk/dp/…5YD
terriclarkfan14/07/2019 15:52

How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about …How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about wire a plug if I Google what the different coloured wires are.)


All taps are really easy...

- Turn off your main water supply
- Drain the water by turning a tap on
- unscrew the tap tails (hot and cold flexible hoses) and remove bottom screw from original tap
- put new tap in place putting the rubber washers in the right places
- connect tap tails, personally I hate PTFE tape and always use Jointing Compound, If you buy this make sure it's for potable (drinking) water. Ie screwfix.com/p/f…548 This will last a DIYer forever so maybe buy a smaller tube. Just rub it on the thread and screw it on. I've never had a joint leak with this stuff.
- Done

Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 2nd Jul 2018
If only it was brushed chrome
Anyone know if this will be in stores?
terriclarkfan14/07/2019 15:52

How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about …How hard is this to fit for an incompetent DIYer? (eg. I can just about wire a plug if I Google what the different coloured wires are.)


Dead easy. Anyone can do plumbing, it’s just pipes and water.
What a bargain. Added to my basket, thanks op!
Got this last year and it's been great so far. Quality is brill and seems a lot more dearer than it actually is. We'll worth the money. Thinking of getting a spare just incase I ever need one.
vaderag14/07/2019 21:28

Tempted by this as currently need two kitchen taps, but what's the …Tempted by this as currently need two kitchen taps, but what's the advantage of this over something like the following from Amazon:Suguword Chorme Kitchen Mixer Tap with Pull Out Sprayer 360°Swivel Single Lever Sink Taps Dual Functional Sprayer kicthen Faucet https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07JZ6LMGX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_5a5kDbCCXG5YD


I've seen pull out ones wear & fray where the fabric covered hose catches on the inside of the housing so I'd definitely prefer this one. This one also has the holder so if you turn the tap on very strong it won't bonce all over the place (well unless you happen to have left it unhooked - yes guess how I learnt that!)

Disadvantages might be that the Aldi one appears bigger than the Amazon one so that could make a difference for the aesthetics of your kitchen.
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Vítor_Dourado14/07/2019 20:32

Stainless steel, Plastic coating. Worthless


So this model is not better than the chrome models?
Murder trying to clean between the coil bit of the tap.
Anyone know which is better - the Aldi one, or the Cooke and Lewis one (sold by Screwfix)?

Are these easy to install - DIY noob here who has never installed a tap before. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
neekaphillips14/07/2019 20:05

What about those of us blessed with low pressure systems? Worth bothering …What about those of us blessed with low pressure systems? Worth bothering or not? (we have a virgin water bar and that's painfully slow)



linhang9014/07/2019 15:59

Apprently only works with Combi boiler or high pressure system?! Can …Apprently only works with Combi boiler or high pressure system?! Can anyone confirm?


It will give a really poor flow with gravity hot water, and you will likely have difficulty blending the hot/cold if you have mains pressure cold.
themorgatron15/07/2019 09:40

It will give a really poor flow with gravity hot water, and you will …It will give a really poor flow with gravity hot water, and you will likely have difficulty blending the hot/cold if you have mains pressure cold.


Ah thank you! I wasn't too sure, I like the idea of having the move able hose bit as washing up is a pita as a wheelchair user, plus they do look a bit nicer than the hozzie style taps I have atm. Thanks for saving me some money though
19DembaBa1914/07/2019 16:32

My sink has two single taps hot and cold would this be suitable to fit in …My sink has two single taps hot and cold would this be suitable to fit in my basin


It won't be a simple straight forward replacement. Like one post suggests you will have to block one hole, and extend one of the pipes to the hole that you haven't closed, easier said than done. You'd need some plumbing know how to be able to do that, otherwise don't try it otherwise you'd be left with no water at all.
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