"Works fine. Never fit a compression fitting onto weak walled plastic. If this is to be fitted on plastic find some copper pipe and fit to stub ends to this unit then use a pair of push fit connectors suitable for heating systems"
"just fitted one of these directly on to the cold supply line to the main sink tap, hopefully it will help with the amount of scale that appears in our kettle.don't no if it will work or not . very easy to fit .2 x compression joints , a couple of whip rounds with the ptfe tap and no leaks. ended up with this one because the no nonsense version was out of stock......the plastic body feels fine as long as you under stand you need to hold it properly when tightening. ive only given it three stars cos i cant tell whether or not it works if the kettle still looks good after 5 days i will write back."
"fitted this unit on Monday, it said on the instructions to put about 10 turns of PTFE tape on it, i chose not too, it leaked. Took it off, re-did the unit with 10-12 turns of PTFE and 'voila' its stopped dripping and is fine. i must remb to do as instructed!!!!!!! Not sure how good it is yet, too early to tell."
"This product did not perform as expected. The brass fittings fix directly onto the plastic body but getting a leak free joint proved to be difficult. Attempting to unscrew the fitting proved to be impossible and merely damaged the plastic. I would not recommend this product."
"I installed one these about 6 months ago, the problem I had was the brass fitting screwing onto plastic would not seal properly I tried everything to stop it leaking. Eventually I sealed it with a sealant but it is designed badly. I have some more pipe work done recently and it has leaked again, i have given up trying to get this thing to work and have binned it and bought the no nonsense metal one, cheaper and easy to fit"