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Cooke & Lewis Lavoisier 1.5 bowl Black Resin Sink & drainer
Number of bowls
An essential addition to any kitchen, this black sink & drainer from Cooke & Lewis's Lavoisier range is made from sturdy resin. It has 1.5 bowls, a reversible drainer and 1 tap hole, ready for you to add the taps of your choice.
- Guarantee - 15 years
- Comes with - Sink fixing
- Other parts/packs required - Pack B space saver waste, overflow and plumbing kit required, sold separately
Features and Benefits
- Constructed from a lightweight man-made material, Resin sinks offer high resistance to everyday wear and tear, whilst giving the look of a composite material
- Minimum cabinet width: 800 mm
|Number of bowls||1.5 bowl|
|Number of tap holes||1|
|Other parts/packs required||Pack B waste kit required|
Ms M - 1 year ago
I bought this a couple of months ago, unfortunately although I have taken great care as it is in my new kitchen the sink is covered in scratches and has become most unsightly, I could not in all conscience recommend this product.
Not Good - AVOID
MarkoUnhappy - 1 year ago
My first sink had marks and chips out the resin. I replaced it for another. Silly me, i didnt check it in store - i got home, checked it and an even bigger, deeper scratch than the first one. Whats most annoying, my joiner has already cut the hole in my worktop but only noticed the marks after fitting it.This sink is bigger than standard, at 1050mm, and these are rare to find, so im having to buy another worktop and im opting for a standard 1000mm sink to make replacements down the liner easier. This is costing me a lot of money. Il be complaining to BnQ
In a nutshell, do not buy this. Check it in store at least.
akalsi - 1 year ago
Just received today and decided to double check before I called the installer in. I wanted something different and decided to go for resin. Not even unpacked I quickly noticed one of the tap holes were cracked to my horror and then decided to unpack the whole sink and found a further 3 cracks. The whole sink will probably break in two soon. Called customer services and spoke to a very delightful lady called Laura she immediately listened and actioned to give me a full refund as I did not want to have a replacement again for this. I believe the cracks would have been done during transit somewhere down the line and the packaging was already falling apart when we received the sink but fair play to B&Q they made me feel a bit better but I would be staying away from resin sinks in future and will only be purchase stainless steel sinks. It just shows how prone these sinks are to damage and steel sink would have lasted during transit. Stick with what you know what works folks, that's my advice its not worth the hassle.
Ejj123 - 1 year ago
Had the equivalent of this fitted as part of our B and Q kitchen 6 years ago and as it discoloured over time decided to replace it. This sink seems flimsy compared to our last one and has marked on the base of the large bowl already. Drops of water on the drainer also leave marks so it constantly needa wiping to look reasonable. Very disappointed!
Garyth - 2 years ago
Bought this and although solid in construction, when fitting the grommets underneath that the clamps screw into are tiny and not deeply embedded so pull out easily making securing it all the more difficult.