Swivel Rotating Tap Aerator £3.99 @ Aldi
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Swivel Rotating Tap Aerator £3.99 @ Aldi

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Found 29th Dec 2016Made hot 30th Dec 2016
it's a brilliant product. And it is much cheaper than the one on major water supplier's website.

it will in shop from 5th, Jan. But you can preoder now.

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Good Grief!
I just pre-ordered this and the delivery is FREE! ( My Favourite 4 letter word beginning with "F")
I bet the bad old Royal Mail would charge more than £3.99 just for the privilege of loosing it for me!

you can just go to savewatersavemoney.co.uk and order them for free. Just a bit of hoop jumping via calculators
Edited by: "AR2012" 29th Dec 2016

exactly the same as the one sent free from Thames Water

AR2012

you can just go to http://www.savewatersavemoney.co.uk and order them for … you can just go to http://www.savewatersavemoney.co.uk and order them for free. Just a bit of hoop jumping via calculators



japes

exactly the same as the one sent free from Thames Water



Because they really are free aren't they.

How does this replace a shower head that you can hold?

Not free from Yorkshire Water Company....

not for a shower but for kitchen sink mixer tap

I don't really get it,? If you are washing up dishes and you need a full bowl of water to wash dishes
How does this save water? Can someone tell me in a idiot proof way I can understand

got a similar to pic free from thames water.

zippypants

I don't really get it,? If you are washing up dishes and you need a full … I don't really get it,? If you are washing up dishes and you need a full bowl of water to wash dishes How does this save water? Can someone tell me in a idiot proof way I can understand



There are people who like to wash dishes under running water, not in a bowl of water, for them, it might save water

Free if your with South East Water from the website mentioned

savewatersavemoney.co.uk

zippypants

I don't really get it,? If you are washing up dishes and you need a full … I don't really get it,? If you are washing up dishes and you need a full bowl of water to wash dishes How does this save water? Can someone tell me in a idiot proof way I can understand



Because not all water is used in filling up a bowl. Aerators mix the stream of water with air to reduce the flow of water. This is how it reduces water consumption. It also reduces splashback as it directs the water stream to prevent those high pressure jets of water you get with unaerated taps.

Heat777

Because not all water is used in filling up a bowl. Aerators mix the … Because not all water is used in filling up a bowl. Aerators mix the stream of water with air to reduce the flow of water. This is how it reduces water consumption. It also reduces splashback as it directs the water stream to prevent those high pressure jets of water you get with unaerated taps.



Sure. So his bowl will be 20% magical air water.

mbadrealam

Not free from Yorkshire Water Company....



The most common stereotype of a Yorkshire person is as tight with money: there is a British saying that "a Yorkshireman is a Scotsman with all the generosity squeezed out of him", which references how Scots are also stereotyped as being tight but not as tight as Yorkshire folk. ( Including Yorkshire water Co as well)

These are great if they are the ones that also turn to spray action paid £10 for mine last yr so good price
Edited by: "fruitloop2" 30th Dec 2016

I understand how they work, but I see very few uses. Also, using these with hot water will reduce the temperature of the water; less water, more gas!

Scottish Water Charge £7 for one of these £1 on Ebay

get these free from your water company website. don't spend!!!!!! cold deal.

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moodyafc

get these free from your water company website. don't spend!!!!!! cold … get these free from your water company website. don't spend!!!!!! cold deal.



​not every water company give it for free. yorkshire water and Scottish water charge about £6-£7.

If your living in Thames water region.. You can order one of these free from Thames water water saving website.

It's back in stock, but anyone can update on how well it works with combi boiler flow of hot water.
I found my Worcester 30i greenstar not heating up for small water flow
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