Waste Disposal Unit - InSinkErator Evolution 100 - £229 @ B&Q
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Waste Disposal Unit - InSinkErator Evolution 100 - £229 @ B&Q

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Found 24th Apr 2014
Was looking for a waste disposal unit - it took me a while before I realised this is the InSinkErator Evolution 100, which is £399 from Screwfix, £287 from Amazon and £279 from Purbeck Plumbing - the next cheapest I could find. A bit surprising that B&Q were so much cheaper than anywhere else I could find.
• Evolution® technology in a space-saving compact design
• 40% quieter than standard models
• Two stage grind technology for a finer grind
• Built-in air switch (in polished chrome or brushed steel) operation for easy installation and added convenience
• Large grind chamber (1005ml) and superior stainless steel grinding elements handle even more waste
• Cover control available for conversion to batch feed use
• Auto-reverse action for extended product life and trouble free operation
• 5 year parts and labour guarantee
• 0.70hp

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I just upgraded from this to a evolution 200 fantastic

Original Poster

Yes, the Evo 200 looks great - quieter and more powerful, but couldn't find that under £320.

I have a cheap one of these, it's called a bin X)

Does this mean I can use the sink as a bin?? i.e. let it shred stuff?

kneale81

I have a cheap one of these, it's called a bin X)

or the human disposal unit the growing teenage sons

kneale81

I have a cheap one of these, it's called a bin X)


So speaks someone who's never had a waste disposal unit, and has no idea of its benefits. Do you have a picture fixed to the wall with sellotape instead of a television, perhaps?

Newbold

So speaks someone who's never had a waste disposal unit, and has no idea … So speaks someone who's never had a waste disposal unit, and has no idea of its benefits. Do you have a picture fixed to the wall with sellotape instead of a television, perhaps?



It was a joke oO

kneale81

It was a joke oO


Apologies for the sense of humour transplant! X)

Original Poster

t002236

Does this mean I can use the sink as a bin?? i.e. let it shred stuff?


It's better than a bin - you don't have to empty it.
kneale81

I have a cheap one of these, it's called a bin X)


I had a waste disposal unit since my kitchen was fitted 15 years ago. Since we got the food recycling bin we didn't use the waste disposal for anything big like chicken bones or peelings so when I had a new kitchen worktop and sink fitted I thought I could do without the waste disposal. Since we haven't had it I found I miss it really badly. It's horrible having to fish out bits of soggy or greasy food from the plug hole after rinsing the plates or bowls. I'm now looking forward to having it back when this gets delivered and never again will I fit a kitchen without one. Once you have one you will never want to be without it.

t002236

Does this mean I can use the sink as a bin?? i.e. let it shred stuff?

kneale81

I have a cheap one of these, it's called a bin X)



Where does all the stuff go?

Original Poster

kneale81

Where does all the stuff go?


Down the drain.

kneale81

Where does all the stuff go?



To a better place?
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