ENKI Stainless Steel 1.5 One Half Bowl Reversible Square Inset Topmount Kitchen Sink with Drainboard
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- Made of polished stainless steel 0.8mm thickness for quality and longevity of use
- Measurments (L x W x D) in mm: 1050mm x 500mm x 180mm
- Large bowl (L x W x D) in mm: 400mm x 350mm x 160mm; small bowl (L x W x D) in mm: 290mm x 170mm x 120mm
- Installation - inset, base unit of minimum 600mm
- Comes as complete set with 2 x strainer wastes, sealing strip and fixing clips
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This sit-on, 1.5 bowl, one tap hole stainless steel kitchen sink has the option to reverse the sink so the drainer can be installed on either the left or right side of the bowl. Blanking plug included to cover unused tap hole. The sink is made from high quality 0.8 gauge stainless steel and comes with 6 month warranty.
Stainless steel is an astounding material - attractive, sparkling, timeless and easy to clean!
Heat resistance is crucial for any kitchen sink material. This poses no problem to stainless steel which remains perfect an unblemished whilst other materials crack and peel.
Stainless steel is an extremely durable material that no other material(composite, marble etc.) can compare to in daily demands. It will endure for years to come many sharp objects, pressure and impacts.
It forgives your everyday mishaps and stays spotless, taking care of your precious crystal and china, as it absorbs impacts and bounces back to perfection.
Stainless steel is a rather flexible material allowing the production of multiple dimension sinks and bowl sizes. This ability offers space and convenience to the user.
You will appreciate in a flash the care and attention we invest in your product. Our experienced workforce carefully controls the shine and finish of every sink.
Stainless steel is extremely hygienic and easy to clean with household cleaning products and soapy water.
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Top Customer Reviews
Would definitely recommend both the product and the company.
The sink itself is stainless steel and fitted quite nicely in the plinth. However the plumbing kit was not compatible with the sink, meaning I had to fork out an extra £25 quid for new parts and pay the plumber more labour to finish it off.
I contacted the store and had no joy (to be fair to them their emails were courteous). So this leaves me out of pocket. I thought about filing a claim with Amazon but did not bother has the amount of hassle I've had so far trying to resolve this has told me it won't be worth it.
looks good ,good value for the money.
One issue: The drain didn't properly fit to the standardized connections. Nothing that Denso Tape can't fix, but surely a bit of a nuisance for perfectionists. Then again - perfectionists would probably not buy a cheap sink like this. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cost me an additional 35 pounds to make worthwhile, cheap price was a disguise.
Thin quality stainless steel .Scratches easily as expected but still good value at pricePublished 1 month ago by Terry
You get what you pay for. It's alright, you can tell it's cheap, gets water stains rather easily so I have to polish, yes polish the sink when I've finished with it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by miss s m thompson
Does the job, isn't the best quality for long term but it looks nice and is suitable for a few years use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Thin and bendy, had to spend extra £30 on new strainers to connect to pipework as those supplied are definitely not British standards , slightly smaller.Published 4 months ago by Kasia
Continental fittings had to purchase extra fittings to fit to UK plumbing.
Will buy UK next time better quality and standard fittings.
Good sink cheap price should come with a side waste as standard as the water goes down the side holes unless your very careful doing the dishes and when I called to ask if it was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by leanne green