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Cooke & Lewis Jemison 1 bowl Linen Finish Stainless steel Round sink & drainer
An essential addition to any kitchen, this round sink & drainer from Cooke & Lewis's Jemison range is made from sturdy stainless steel. It has 1 bowl, a reversible drainer and 1 tap hole, ready for you to add the taps of your choice.
- Guarantee - 15 years
- Comes with - Fixing clips, sealing strip and tap hole cover
- Other parts/packs required - Pack A waste kit & overflow
Features and Benefits
- Linen Finish Stainless Steel sinks offer all the features of standard stainless steel with the additional benefit of being scratch resistant due to the honeycomb texture.
- Minimum cabinet width: 600 mm
|Surface finish||Linen Finish|
|Number of bowls||1 bowl|
|Number of tap holes||1|
|Overflow Included||Overflow not included|
|Other parts/packs required||Pack A waste kit required|
Don't buy it!
Whysellit - 9 months ago
Scratched within 3 days just by the round side of a cold saucepan!! Impossible to rid water marks even with special stainless cleaner and lots of buffing to dry! After 3 weeks i have a bowl in the sink and a mat on the drainer as always looks scruffy. Totally let's down my new kitchen, (just glad I didn't buy the kitchen from b&q if this is the quality). I am now in the process of looking for a new sink and it's only been in a month!!
Wathenn - 11 months ago
Can't leave any kind of washing up on drainer to dry properly .... leaves water marks that are hard to remove. Flimsier than expected but easy to fit.
Crips - 1 year ago
Had this for 3 weeks now-brill.
Smaller than last one-looks so much neater.
Love the satin finish, so much better than normal stainless.
Had to shop round for a drainer but found nice little one in the Range. Great.
Good looking sink - RUBBISH fasteners
Dominic55 - 1 year ago
I bought this sink a week ago and was dubious about the fasteners having had trouble with flimsy plastic ones in the past, Much to my (very short) relief this sink came with what looked like decent all metal ones, what a joke, there are eight on the sink, two were very tight then stripped trying to slacken them off to fit and four more stripped on trying to clamp sink down!! fortunately I managed to repair them myself using self tapping screws on place zero grade metal screws fitted. Sink looks good now its in and I haven't marked it yet but then its only been in six days and the tap doesn't wobble too much so the metal must be thicker than the usual rubbish.
Kid A - 1 year ago
Had this sink for two months now and it does look great when fitted but it scratches very easily