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Cooke & Lewis Arber 1.5 bowl White Composite quartz Sink & drainer

£168

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Product Information

An essential addition to any kitchen, this white sink & drainer from Cooke & Lewis's Arber range is made from sturdy composite quartz. It has 1.5 bowls, a reversible drainer and comes without tap holes, so you can choose where to position your taps.

  • Guarantee - 15 years
  • Comes with - Fixing clips
  • Other parts/packs required - Pack B space saver waste, overflow and plumbing kit required, sold separately

Features and Benefits

  • It’s the real quartz added during the manufacture that gives Composite sinks their durability. They with stand very high temperatures and are highly scratch resistant.
  • Minimum cabinet width: 600 mm

Technical Specifications

MaterialComposite quartz
Number of bowls1.5 bowl
Length (mm)900mm
Depth (mm)202mm
Height (mm)202mm
Width (mm)500mm
Number of tap holes0
Overflow IncludedOverflow not included
ModelFOMD15007
DrainerReversible drainer
Other parts/packs requiredPack B waste kit required
Product code3663602900931

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feralchild - 1 year ago

this looks quite good when you first have it installed-BUT it stains like no bodies business and every night you have to wipe it down with kitchen roll and leave bleach in it to get the stains out-it's porous!!!! save your money and get a ceramic one if you want a white sink-you have been warned!!!

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Smerfik - 1 year ago

I both this item one month ago and im very happy..

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Workinghard retiree - 2 years ago

Bought this sink as I wanted to keep the kitchen light, looked good 5 weeks ago when it was first installed, but after 2 days and the first couple of tea cups emptied in it panic set in, how to clean it? No bleach, abrasive cleaners, what do I use? Now it looks about 10 years old, so marked, and to hide it thought I would buy a wooden chopping board but no, nowhere seems to make one to fit. Disappointed.