"I bought two of these to replace those in the cold water storage tank and the central heating header tank - the threads are well cut making changing the body of the valve over to the existing connector a simple, easy and above all quick job. The valves are well made from heavy duty brass and have a quality feel about them; water inlet is quiet with a clear and obvious shut off. When combined with a new float, a less than £7.00 repair per tank that will last another 10 years."
"I had problems with the old float valve in the cold water tank on top of the hot water cylinder. I had replaced one previously for the same problem. As the water entered it was causing the float to bob up and down in the rising water, which created a light "hammering" in the pipes. Read other reviews and took their advice. You obviously get what you pay for. This valve was slightly more expensive but seems to have cured the problems instantly. Time will tell. Good product and in stock at the local branch."
"I purchased this to replace an old valve that had passed its best on a loft tank. Overall I was very pleased with the item. The plastic outlet pipe felt a little fragile when rotating it in to position otherwise this is very sturdy and a direct fit for my particular application. Very good value. Float ball can be easily adjusted along the rod to aid with setting the correct level in the tank. Don't forget to buy a fibre washer to replace the old one!"
"I bought this to replace a failed unit fitted 4 years ago. I went for this one as it fitted perfectly without having to make any changes (as it is the same one) and it was really cheap, but don't expect it to last for more than a few years"
"For the price good value and works just fine but could be better made: the float arm has a lot of play at the fulcrum and the plastic guide that directs the fill flow SCREWS IN, so will need a bit of sealant to hold it in the right place without leaking or stripping the thread. No flow guide extension to reduce water pouring noise (but I got round that by fashioning one from a rubber glove finger and a bit of plastic hose, held in place with a cable tie!). It's now quiet and fills nice and quickly."