"Fits in where others are a bit tight and the design for easy access for any cleaning required is just in the right place. Have used a few of these over the years now and they always flow well and so far no blockages."
"seems to do the job well and seems to be good quality ive not had a lot of experience with Floplast products but this one appears to be a good one and you certainly cant argue with the price cant find it cheaper elsewhere"
"Bought similar item from competitor when refurbed my bathroom last year and had nothing but trouble. Paid a bit more for one from Screwfix and it worked straight away. Now refurbing my en suite so went straight to where I know best."
"This shallow device saved a lot of work.I wanted to reverse the orientation of my new bath, but a normal trap would have meant having to go below floorboards and cut a number of joists.This device allowed the waste to fit without that need.It seems to empty bath just as good as a normal trap."
"Its a bit limited what can be said about this but its good quality at a reasonable price . It fits into very limited space and as it is tight to the bath it allows a decent fall in the drain run. It also has the advantage of a extra unscrewable bit in the U for cleaning if required without having to remove the whole thing."
"Easy to use good value for money,definatly the cheapest in price cheaper than my local merchant good quality.Connects straight onto bath waste one end and commpression the other end onto waste pipe 40mm/1 1/2""
"Great low profile product. I almost returned back as it looked like it would be too big and touch the floor when you test it on the waste. But if you actually screw it all the way on the waste it fits on a standard cast iron free standing bath with a few mm to spare."
"This trap represents reasonable quality at an exceptional price. The one caution I would say is to make absolutely sure that the service port of the trap is sealed properly before use. Mine had obviously just been loose assembled in the factory and leaked badly on first test. I had to take the service port blanking plug off and carefully push down the rubber seal to get it fully seated squarely in the back of the plug, before screwing it back onto the trap firmly. Then all was well."