Rated 5 out of 5Â by jeffkey1 Well made, full bore.
These appear well made and are full bore to avoid any loss in pressure when being used with a shower.
23 Aug 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sparky1969 Professional
Incredible quality, full-bore quarter turn valve. Always keep a couple of these in my van now. More expensive than the cheap service valves, but in a different league.
2 Jul 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by RobN Just fitted a pair of these...
... as isolators when installing new taps on my bathroom basin. Possibly overkill for this purpose but I've had problems with cheap screw head type isolators in the past. I'm no plumber but I fitted them easily enough with no leaks.They feel like decent quality and look good inside the vanity unit ;-) As they're easily turned on and off, I hope they will get tested regularly and therefore kept operational ( unlike the isolation valves on my boiler which have jammed solid). Obviously I won't be able to comment on reliability for a few years yet.
27 Mar 2016
Rated 3 out of 5Â by me65 Good but....
A nice valve when fitted but I have fitted 3 so far and two have had problems:
1) One valve did not shut completely, needed slight filing to the lever to allow it to get to 90 degrees.
2) Two had leaks from compression joints. One was solved by changing the olive, the other ended up needed ptfe tape on the olive to seal it.
To put that in perspective, I did 6 other compression joints that day and all of them were leak free on the first attempt. It isn't my technique ;)
20 Dec 2015