Architeckt Eden Basin Mixer
The Architeckt range of taps and mixers are known for their quality and, when you add in the gorgeous oval design, which boasts a highly distinctive look, the Eden collection is a real crowd pleaser.
This mixer tap benefits from a lovely smooth action courtesy of the 1/4 turn ceramic disc, and the pop-up waste ensures that your flow and drainage are perfectly effective. The chrome finish is every bit as good as it sounds and lends a nice weight to the tap, which ensures a durable fit.
Anything from the Architeckt rage is guaranteed to be of the highest quality, and this basin mixer tap is no exception. Its solid brass body, rapid flow control, and sturdy construction ensure that it is an investment you won’t regret.
|Type of Tap||Basin|
|Product Type||Bathroom Taps|
|Handle Style||Round Stick|
|Water Mixing Method||Mono Mixer|
|Minimum operating pressure (bar)||0.2|
£34.97 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £69.97 Save 50%
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Beautifully plain but stylish, works well and is easy to keep clean.
This tap was installed 10 months ago, is in daily use in family bathroom, have had no problems with at all. Looks really good and size suits wider sink. No complaints, excellent value.
Stylish & contempory. Easy touch operation and 1/2 the price of similar tap seen in shop.
Lovely looking tap.
Not installed yet but will really go with the sink chosen
I would certainly consider this tap for the other sinks in the project
The oval shape is a nice departure from the usual round taps. Chose this 35mm cartridge version over the 25mm version and I'm glad I did; it suits the 600mm wide sink rather well.
The tap has a nice smooth action, and the included pop-up waste was good, with only one of the rods needing a slight trim to fit without hitting the wall. All required fittings were included and of good quality and the tap install was fine.
The chrome finish looks to be quite good quality and for what it's worth the tap itself has a good weight.
A little signal that this isn't an expensive tap comes from the underside of the moving head, but you won't see this in regular use.