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Park Royal Traditional Wall Mounted Bath Spout Tap BeBa_11737

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  • Dimensions: W 200mm x D 190mm x H 60mm
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Minimum Bar Pressure Flow Rate: 0.1 Bar (1.5 litres per minute)
  • Crosshead handles provides effortless control
  • Comes with 5 year warranty
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The beautifully crafted Park Royal wall-mounted 3 tap-hole crosshead bath filler tap is the perfect choice for your traditional bathroom. Made from solid brass for guaranteed durability, this elegant bath filler tap features a brilliant chrome finish and crosshead handles with white detailed ceramic indices. The wall-mounted style of this tap will free up surface space around your bath, creating a neater finish. Create a coordinated look by combining with other chrome and white items from the Milano Elizabeth collection.

Features:

  • Dimensions: W 200mm x D 190mm x H 60mm
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Minimum Bar Pressure & Flow Rate: 0.1 Bar (1.5 litres per minute)
  • Crosshead handles provides effortless control
  • Comes with 5 year warranty
 

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