"I bought these as I was having a bathroom refit, to replace grotty old bathroom. As it's a housing association property I could have eiter a bath or a shower, but not both. I like the choice to have either, so HA said I could buy own mixer tap. I liked these as they were different to the "trade taps" usually fitted. My only minor issue is the tap seems to dribble when I use the shower. Some reviewers have said they can be difficult to operate with wet hands, but I find them fine if I hold the tap near the base of the head. My only issue now is mounting the shower head fixing to the wall, did try, but my drill kept skating over the tiles, and I don't want to damage them. Stylish taps that look more expensive. Only thing is now have different taps on basin to those on bath. I gather I could buy the matching basin taps, if I could fit them myself, without making a mess."
"brought these's taps less than a year ago they are a nightmare to use when you have wet hands my small children can never turn them off and now the washers have gone and the inner to the hot section has completely jammed up."
"I bought these taps to replace the 14 year old taps in my bath room. For the first year they worked fine then coming up to 2 years of age the shower head bracket broke, this was replaced under warranty. Not long after that once the warranty ran out the mixer mechanism went very stiff. I have stripped the taps down and the problem is with a rubber seal that I can't find a replacement for. Now the hot water tap only turns about 1/4 turn and stops, allowing on a very small flow of water. Would I advise anyone to buy these taps? NO. Just pay the extra and buy some from a known manufacturer."