"I had my bathroom professionally fitted a few years back. They insisted on fitting central taps with these pop up basin fixtures which do look better. This is the second one I have replaced it is this time for the downstairs cloakroom. It is so cheap and easy. I did the job in under five minutes using just an adjustable spanner. I tried to save time and went to my local DIY store. £30!"
"I fitted three of these basin wastes two days ago, I all ways fit wastes with a bit of silicone & P.T.F.E. tape on the threads, just to be sure! When I took them out of the box I was very impressed, they are metal & quite heavy for a small item. I filled the sink with water for 24 hours after fitting and they didn't lose one drop of water! I read the reviews of sticking popup action and weak springs and only time will tell! I'm very happy so far and they add a quality look to my bathroom. If I get any problems in the future, I will amend this review."
"Just what the doctor ordered. (& no I'm not a doctor, a plumber, just what i needed) easy to fit and works a treat. Ideal for the old,ns. Push down to fill the sink & the same to empty it. A thoroughly excellent product in every way.
"read reviews so was a bit nervous about buying this. Unfounded fears! great product, had no probs with plastic back nut, just needs silicon grease and hand tight,it will not leak. Should you prefer the brass back nuts,any plumbers merchants sell these for a quid! The waste looks nice and works well, good value!"
"A well finished sprung waste that works well. Like most modern wastes it pays to put a bit of sealant around the thread before tightening the nut up. This stops water running round the threads and leaking."
"after solving what the smaller washer was for that wasnt in the instructions, fitted really easy looks very nice and no hiddious chain very pleased with this and more importantly so was my mum for her new bath room sink"