Rated 2 out of 5Â by R6Pilot Averagely poor
Even as an average punter with only a basic understanding of engineering - I can see how this would be substantially improved and far less prone to leakage, just by some simple design changes. The quality and fit of the o-rings and gaskets is pretty poor, so, unless your alignment of the waste and receiving pipe is 100% and your fitting skills are superb - you should expect to have a few re-fits and use a little plumbers mait to be able to get this water tight...don't be tempted to over tighten in an attempt to get a seal ! That said, this is very typical of your average plastic plumbing contrivance these days and you won't get better elsewhere, unless you spend a fortune on a machined metal type trap, which - would be OTT for this application, being hidden .....so meh - it is what it is !
23 Sep 2016
Rated 1 out of 5Â by bobby4 Leaks from top
Fitted this to my bathroom sink, Leaks from the top seal no matter how much gloop you add, and how carefull you are with the seals. somehow there is pressure in the top chamber which shouldn't happen when drainiing into a larger bore. Looks good, easy to fit, just needs to work
17 Jul 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by GazC OK
I'm not a professional but tackle as much as I can. This item is easy to fit to a new sink and is concealed within the pedestal. Make sure you have the seals seated correctly before tightening up or it will leak, (obvious, I know) and get it on good and tight. I still have one very slow drip that forms but I don't have the tool to be able to tighten it as it's very difficult to get the leverage on it once it's within the pedestal.
Otherwise very good for the price.
10 Jul 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by SkySurfer Not for every pedistal!
My pedestal has the pipe really close to the back of the pedestal and the back of the pedestal is almost fully enclosed, so this trap just wouldn't fit. The traditional pedestal trap product code 30503 was a better option for me where clearance is limited.
4 Jun 2014