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GoodHome Etel Basin Pillar Tap
- Comes with 2x fixing kits & instruction manual
- Guarantee - 10 years
Features and benefits
This traditional style chrome basin tap from the Etel 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|
Locker - 4 months ago
Taps wrong way round, never had tap like it before, it’s going back!
They're cheap and they work
smcmullin2001 - 7 months ago
Saw a lot of reviews complaining about the way the taps turn (which is weird and loses them a star) and worrying that guests might break them off, which is possible, but unlikely. The taps turn on very smoothly, so anyone ripping these out would have to be really going for it - you should probably keep guests like that away from the good china and watch out for your door handles as well.
My experience after living with them for six months is that they were cheap, easy to install and work very nicely.
Hot tap back to front.
RtHK - 8 months ago
Pity, the hot water tap operates in the opposite direction to normal - clockwise ON. anticlockwise OFF. Bristan had this with a kitchen tap I bought, but they promptly sent me an inner part that made it operate sensibly.
You buy cheap, etc. Buyer beware!!
Seem a good product BUT..
Anonymous - 8 months ago
The basin taps seem to be a good product but this business of the hot tap turning the opposite way is ridiculous. why would the manufacturer do this? There seems to be no logical reason unless it's some kind of all year round April fools gag. After 70 years of using taps I can't see me getting used to it now. I can see it ending up with a loose tap, luckily I've fitted flexible tap connectors, if you forget to warn anybody using the loo, you might soon be hearing an alarmed cry of "er, your taps come off". IT'S THE WRONG WAY ROUND. WHY DOESN'T IT SAY SO ON THE BOX. Does anyone know if it can be altered?
7housand - 10 months ago
I'd already bought the bath taps; read the reviews here, but ignored all the warnings 'cos the bath taps were ok; these are fine too. Very good - no problems.