"This is really sad but, I really do think that these traps are the absolute best.. Ok, so you can only use them when the waste goes down through the floor but they are so forgiving. A really good range of adjustment on the top section makes it so easy to fit."
"I found this trap very easy to fit in a tight pedestal. the fact you could attach it to the basin waste prior to fitting the basin then lower the extendable tube onto the waste outlet saved a lot of hassle!"
"Ideal if you have limited space directly below the waste outlet There was some damage to the waste thread on the product but 30 seconds with a Stanley knife to remove some of the first thread did the job"
"Does what it says on the tin but it was extremely difficult to fit within the pedestal and with so little room I ended up making a special tool to tighten the nut onto the brass waste so it didn't leak."
"As a tradesman I despair at these poor reviews - trust me: if you know what you are doing this will not leak. As a slimline trap they are easily hidden by the pedestal so if you can see a 'side on' view of the basin you won't see the trap.
"Fitted one of these in the bathroom basin 3 years ago. It was ideal as my waste pipes were run underfloor and came up vertically central to the pedestal a really neat arrangement. Easy enough to fit worked fine ,BUT---- Then it blocked --and then it blocked again and then again each time from build up of shaving soap. The only way to sort it out is to remove and dismantle it and wash it out and clean off the internal parts with a cloth( no amount of drain cleaner seemed to do any good )My advice would be to use only in a cloak room and go for a bottle type or P trap when fitting a bathroom basin if it is likely to be used for shaving"
"Great idea, should be easy to fit in the tightest pedestal. However, I found the basin end too small. When fitted into the waste there was too much sideways play, and it was easy NOT to get it central, which meant the washer didn't seal. I tried three different wastes, made no difference. Eventually I fitted the telescopic part to the basin waste before lowering the basin onto the pedestal. That way I could see exactly what I was doing, and could ensure it was central. (Note: The pipes came up through a hole in the pedestal, so fitting the pedestal last was not an option for me)"