"Does exactly what it is designed for. Makes DIY plumbing a breeze, simple to install, reliable product, I used this to replace some broken gate valves. These are so much more reliable and durable compared to gate valves, so easy to install and use."
"Before buying these I researched on the internet and there is lots about how isolation valves restrict the water flow. Some isolation valves on 22mm restrict as small as 11mm! There is nothing more annoying than a bath that is cold before you have finished filling! I bought two of these in 22mm size for my new bath, and now have put the 15mm on the cold main into the toilet and shower. Easy to fit and so much easier to operate than the slot head ones. Time will tell on reliability but they feel like very good quality valves with smooth operation."
"The best Ball Valve are not always the dearest but this is a well made product which will be easy to test On and Off 3 or more times a year to stop any scale buildup. Very pleased with the size off leaver."
"Have used these many times. They are a little pricey compared with other brands, but in my opinion worth it. Installing since 2006 and still in perfect order. Have used the nasty little isolation valves which seem to add noise in the pipe and one never has a screwdriver to hand to isolate when all goes wrong. Using this, it's just a flick of a switch to isolate and being full bore and good quality, seems to keep water noise at minimum. Will use every time."
"bought two of these to replace the two gate valves in my shower feeds that were leaking when shut. Minor pipe length rework 'cos these valves are longer than the gate valves that came out but no other issues and they shut the line of like they are supposed to. Couldn't have got a better fix if I's tried - very happy bunny here :-)"
"Great taps for shutting water supplies off in the house. Stop cocks and gate valves take a few turns but quarter turn is all that is needed with these. Bought gate valves 27542 and 85316 before and they never shut off completely.
Isolator valves are good for the money but the brass screwdriver slot gets damaged if used frequently, not used correct size screwdriver, etc. These valves don't need a screwdriver.
If you have a rented property and a there is a leak, any tenant is competent enough to shut off the water supply until a plumber arrives to investigate the problem so I would have them on every pipe run."