Heselian Well Worth Buying Single Handle One Hole Polished Stainless Steel Sink Mixer Chrome Ktichen Tap : Don’t be fooled by the cheap price & high list price quoted, this really is a very cheap tap!

There’s not many taps you’ll get a pair of 50cm flexi tails the tap is ok not top quality but for the price a bargain.

Stps the water flow very well. . Much more dark gold than i thought.

Water noise is very high i give 2 stars rating. Here are the specifications for the Heselian Well Worth Buying Single Handle One Hole Polished Stainless Steel Sink Mixer Chrome Ktichen Tap:

  • 1. Heselian, made from the finest materials and feature the latest technologies
  • 2.Fast free delivery!!! Best after-sale service!!!
  • 3.Modern European inspired commercial design a sleek sophistication for both style and functionality.
  • 4.Supplied complete with fittings: 304 Stainless steel Water Outlet Pipe and 2x 50cm Stainless Hose
  • 5.Single handle control provides ease of operation with one hand.

Can’t get more pression on the hot water.

They have not been used very much yet, i. They have not been used very much yet, i cannot therefore comment on their durability but they look fanatastic in my very over the top and self-indulgent bath, goes well with the chadilier i bought on here.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Don’t be fooled by the cheap price & high list price quoted, this really is a very cheap tap!
  • They have not been used very much yet, I
  • Stps the water flow very well.

Don’t be fooled by the cheap price & high list price quoted, this really is a very cheap tap. 99?i’m ini’m a gullible idiotat £18. At £20 it would be too much. The tap is incredibly thin steel, no hefty solid brass to be seen here, i very much doubt it will last very long. I would’ve returned it if i hadn’t broken my original tap (which was about 3lbs of solid brass)the instructions are generic & have almost nothing to do with this tap directly. Most taps will have two short tails to connect the water supply to, makes fitting a breeze, not this though, it made the fitting an absolute nightmare, & i have fitted many taps in my time so not a novice. Anyway here are some instruction for anyone else that struggles to fit this thing. Mark one of the flexible connectors so you know which is hot. Also mark your hot water pipe too just to be safe, i just used a bit of tapelook at the tap control & note which direction the lever goes for hot indicated by the red dot, & blue dot, in my case with control on the right it was the rear of the two inlets, put a mark on the underside next to that hot input. Next take the brass threaded tube, the bit that screws under the tap, the correct end can be identified by the approx 1/2 inch of thread then a gap in the thread, this is the top to go into the tap body. Fit clear soft washer then the steel washer on the other end followed by the large brass nut on as well. The brass nut should be against the steel washer.

There’s not many taps you’ll get a pair of 50cm flexi tails the tap is ok not top quality but for the price a bargain.