Rated 4 out of 5Â by Trustnige Use it well and it should b ok
You can tell the difference between this and speedfit 22mm barrier/pex pipe in that this feels thinner and more brittle but it is HALF THE PRICE
I can't comment on reliability as I've only just installed it but I am confident that as it has been properly installed with all the right features including sleeves, gentle swept bends and sufficient clips and insulation it should be just fine.
I will use again.
7 Sep 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Spud2 Plastic - first time
First time I have used 22mm plastic pipe. Not very flexible (but obviously more so than copper!!), but worked well, and fairly easy to thread through some awkward places. Seems excellent value. No leaks so far.
28 Mar 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Originalfeatures Unruly
I've been blown away by plastic plumbing, 15mm coil is great you can go for miles and bend it about its so adaptable. I needed to do 2 runs under a floor through joists only 2" space and I got this so there would be no joins and..because I can get it on the bus!! well..I think with hindsight I wouldnt use it again for tight work, if you have a long run then..maybe it makes sense but as the other reviews say it wont sit down like 15, If you can drill huge holes it might be fine but I found having to get it through a 25/30mm hole the tip kept on sitting up and crashed into the hole interior so it wouldnt feed..nightmare! The ends also kick out when you finish the run so the fittings are everywhere..I know plastic is never going to be neat as copper but it was just to bad..straights do it in a fraction of the time and you can get it under just as easy, I think I'd I'd join it in future. Not sure if any of the others behave better but not tempted to find out at present. AND the price of coil at screwfix now is no longer the cheap option it was! beware! price per metre has gone up A LOT, 3m straights were cheaper at this time.
25 Feb 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Gavstar75 Total rubbish!!
This is a very poor product! I have spent more time draining down, and refitting fiittings than it took to renovate the property!
The demount is nearly impossible leaving the inserts in the fittings when eventually they pull apart.
I am now having to take the whole lot out and fitting with a more reputable make. Please spend the extra as the time saved fitting is lost taking apart!!!!
23 Feb 2014