"Needed to replace a broken fixing for my garden tap and faffed around trying to get bits of hose fix onto things and getting nowhere. Got this, stuck it in the hole and fixed the water pipe to it. Worked a treat."
"As stated in the title great idea simple and effective. One hole drilled where you want the tap and three screws to fix it in. 15 mm pipe through the wall and connect it to your water supply. Anyone with basic plumbing skills and a bit of DIY nouse can fit this and connect an outside tap to it."
"I have installed a bunch of these. Very simple and easy to fit. One big hole, attach the tap with plenty of pte tape line it up to drill the mounting hole on the wall. Cut to size inside and connect to cold feed with a shut off for isolating in the winter. Doddle"
"I have fitted other garden taps in the past and every time you have a wee bit of extra pipe work outside going to the tap but with this its drill through wall pop through, make your connection screw tap on and neat as , very good product wish I found it last time ."
"What a great product, allows the mounting of a new outside tap with minimal pipe exposed and very neat. Tip! If the pipe is to be fed through the cavity wall and the back of a kitchen unit, pre plumb the flexi pipe first otherwise it will not reach."
"Was fitting a kitchen and thought i would also fit a tap outside. I already had a cold water tap but wanted an outside hot tap for washing the car etc. This is a great product. As the pipe goes straight into the wall there is no worry about frost. Have had it fitted for a year now with no issues. Don't over-tighten, and fit the tap first before fixing to the wall."
"I only ever use these now unless the sitution dictates otherwise. Secure it to the wall/bulkhead first, then fit the tap and you won't have any problems. Don't over tighten or use too much ptfe, take your time. By it's design it's not going to be as rigid as a back/wall plate elbow.
It also looks a lot neater than than back plate elbows."
"This allows the tap to be directly attached to the union leaving less pipework outside and hence vulnerable to frost. It certainly looks better than a wall plate elbow and covers up any chipping of the brick from drilling the hole under the flange!"