Rated 4 out of 5Â by RyobiConvert Hard Water warning
These taps are of s uprising good quality. The copper tails are very thin so be aware fitting a 15mm compression can be awkward. I cut the pipes short and soldered 100m of regular copper to them after 4 tries to seal compressions - sealed first time.
Lastly these were fitted to double modern sink which has level mounting point. This leaves the waterfall retaining a small amount of water which in a hard water area will leave unsightly limescale deposits. This I solved by using 1mm spacers at the rear and silicon in the base. Not ideal but did the job. What would be better would be to supply a verity of wedge shaped feet but at the price they sell for wouldn't demand them.
Overall quality excellent. Fitting easy but be aware of flimsy tails and pith forward in hard water area.
1 Sep 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tee849 Great waterfall tap
Fitted this tap to a 1m wide porcelain sink and it looks great. The tails are of a wider than normal thread so beware if you are going to mix and match.
The only criticism I have is that both the tails are the same length. This puts the joins at the same place and forces the tails apart. Also makes it difficult to fit through the fitting hole when made up.
But it looks fantastic and performs great.
19 Apr 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by morgank first class tap
looks more expensive than it is very easy to use and fit, along with the double bath taps its looks great.
4 Dec 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Brocky High quality product
Well made, packaged, ease of fitting. Fitted on cold mains/tank hot and works fine. Ensure use isolating valves to adjust flow, because if it's too high and you turn on quickly, most of the water goes on you rather than in basin!-but that is an understandable part of the waterfall design. Fitted Moretti kitchen tap over 2 years ago, still pristine. Both taps have discreet H & C etched -very classy and good for visitors.
12 Sep 2014