Bristan Nero Basin Taps Chrome - NR 1-2 C
£64.98 (Inc. VAT)
Taking bathroom design and functionality to new levels is always a mean feat but nevertheless Bristan have achieved it with their stunning Nero range of bathroom taps. They combine modern styling with practical designs to present you with a selection of taps to suit any décor of room.
These basin taps in particular are finished in multiple layers of chrome plating. They’re polished to an extremely high shine and blend perfectly with contemporary bathrooms, whether that be the main family bathroom or an ensuite.
They’re easy to clean too, with a wipe down of any water residue bringing them straight back to their original shine.
This product comes as two separate taps, hot and cold, to allow optimal control over flow and temperature. Inside the taps are ceramic cartridges, these offer impeccable performance and reliability when compared to older style taps.
If you aren’t completely satisfied with the above then you can rest assured with Bristan’s brilliant 5 year guarantee against any manufacturing defects. This means that if the worst should happen and the tap fails then you’ll be covered for repair or replacement.
Features and Benefits:
- Pair with other taps in the Bristan Nero range for brassware and bathroom perfection.
- Superior polished chrome finish.
- Long-lasting quarter turn ceramic cartridges for durability.
- Metal back nuts for extra longevity.
- Handles designed for easy use for all the family.
|Type||Basin Pillar Taps|
|Style||Modern - Round|
|Tap Control||Twin Lever|
|Pressure Suitability||Low (0.1 - 0.4 bar)|
£64.98 (Inc. VAT)
|HomeSupply Discount Bathrooms & DIY||£77.77|
Prices last checked on 21/01/2020
All prices are inc VAT and include delivery charges
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Top quality taps, really easy to use, quick and positive feel in operation with the cartridge system replacing old taps with washers that wear (replacing my old taps that were vague to know how much force was needed to turn off and stop dripping even with new washers). Only quirk is that you move the levers outwards to turn on, so great if you like things symmetrical, but a seems a little odd having to turn one clockwise and the other anit-clockwise to turn on. It is a positive quarter turn action though so very nice in use. Connections are only just long enough to fit a large, thick, older enamel sink though, something to bear in mind with older sinks. One other point the photo doesn't show clearly, they are marked with small, thin, stylish red & blue lines on top for hot & cold identification (which I think is important).