"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!"
"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.
"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)"
"A rare poor product from Screwfix. I Ifound it impossible to seal @ the compression joints,they seemed to be made for sealing to a 42+ pipe.after wasting time trying to stop it leaking with silicon etc.I took it off binned it & fitted a normal P trap.job done.Not to your normal high standards this one."
"Looked good as replacement for pedestal trap which kept blocking. This was supposed to be for a 32mm fitting. The basin end was fine, but the lower end was far too big for a 32mm pipe, and only just too small to take a 40mm!! The only make of pipe I did not have was Floplast. I expect some difference in the size of pipe, but not that it would need about 38mm!"