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Cooke & Lewis Chadwick White Ceramic 1 Bowl Sink
An essential addition to any kitchen, this white belfast sink from Cooke & Lewis's Chadwick range is made from sturdy ceramic. It has 1 bowl and comes without tap holes, so you can choose where to position your taps.
- Comes with Waste kit adaptor screw
- Clean with non-abrasive substances and materials when necessary
- Guarantee - 15 years
- Other parts/packs required - Pack A space saver waste, overflow and plumbing kit required, sold separately
Features and benefits
- Handcrafted and baked fire clay, Ceramic sinks are silky to the touch and wipe down easily after use without staining.
- Suitable for a Belfast base cabinet size of 60 cm
|Brand||Cooke & Lewis|
Product is great
Domononmpn - 6 months ago
I brought this with waste kit a as directed by the store. The waste kit screw don’t fit. Fabulous sink but the waste did not fit.
Plumb kit a doesn’t work!
Stevemoo89 - 1 year ago
As a few people have said on here the ferrule screw supplies in the plumb kit doesn’t work. You need find a longer one. I ended up getting a separate McAlpine Belfast set with a 90mm ferrule screw and it worked fine. The sink is cast poorly too and wobbled like mad.
The product works great
5han3 - 1 year ago
I brought this product due to breaking my last one. As someone previously said it works perfectly. The sink comes with a longer centre screw for the waste. I didn't purchase the pack A , but I did purchase the sink waste basket strainer which is exactly the same one in Pack A. Great product and looks good.
Sink waste drainer screw missing
SawdustSam - 2 years ago
After purchasing plumbing pack A you’d expect everything to fit to together. After spending that amount on a sink you’d expect the plumbing pack to included. B&Q staff in total denial and not interested in solving the problem despite this being a known problem
Does the job quite nicely!
Arioch - 3 years ago
Installation went fine once I realised the long screw for the plug hole was needed, but it was there in the box. (had a moments panick)
Here's a tip: If you do not have a wide enough screwdriver, use a sturdy tea spoon to do up the bolt in the middle of the plug hole.
Overall pleased and it looks great.