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GoodHome Calp Basin Pillar Tap
- Comes with 2x fixing kits & instruction manual
- Guarantee - 5 years
Features and benefits
This traditional style chrome basin tap from the Calp collection is suitable for high and low pressure water systems.
- Quality tested - All our GoodHome taps are opened and closed 120,000 times to make sure it will resist your daily use for many years
- High and low pressure - Suitable for all boiler systems
- Minimum bar pressure - 0.1 bar
- This identical product is currently available under two of our brand names. Please note that if you order this product online you might receive it in the alternative brand name to the one displayed
|Suitable water pressure||High or low pressure|
|Number of tap holes||2|
|Maximum operating pressure||5bar|
|Minimum operating pressure||0.1bar|
|Tap mounting location||Basin|
Hot tap opens the wrong way
Lid - 1 month ago
I bought a set of these taps in 2020 from my local B&Q, but mine are branded Cooke & Lewis and have a 10 year guarantee. I fitted them in June 2021.
They could be good taps, but it is really annoying that the hot tap opens the wrong way, ie clockwise, when it should open anti-clockwise like the cold tap and as is normal.
I will have to investigate if the valve can be switched around internally. If not, I will have to replace the valve with one that opens and closes the correct way round.
Hot tap turns wrong way!!!!
Bob9999999 - 10 months ago
As others have said the hot tap turns the wrong way an obvious factory fault why this hasn't been addressed!!
Hot tap warning!
Doodlebug555 - 1 year ago
I purchased these taps to replace a more expensive pair which I assumed were faulty as the hot tap turns on clockwise instead of the traditional anticlockwise.
These do the same :( and I keep leaving it on instead of turning it off!
Please, at the very least, make this clear on the boxes and website.
Decent quality for the price
Rich S - 1 year ago
Good quality, fine for a small basin. But, the clockwise turn on the hot tap (traditionally anti-clockwise) takes some getting used to and risks a visitor wrenching the fitting ! Confused why they use this configuration ?
jackjim - 1 year ago
excellent for job-cheap too. well impressed. thank u