Perrin & Rowe Phoenician 1560 (with Rinse) Filter Tap
The 1560 Perrin & Rowe Phoenician Sink Mixer Tap with Filtration, Lever Handles and Rinse is one stop solution to hot, cold, and filtered water. It is usually available from stock and delivered in 3 - 7 days when specified in Chrome, Nickel and Pewter. This tap is also available to purchase in a range of other finishes including brass, bronze and gold finishes.
This product features a Perrin & Rowe Hand Rinse. Easy to use and versatile, the rinses can be positioned to the left or the right of the sink. They have insulated handles and a flexible hose (standard length 120cm) ensuring safety and convenience. Hot, cold or mixed water is diverted to the rinse once the top button is pressed.
Best of the lot is the 4-stage 0.2 micron filtration process which uses diatomaceous ceramics, anti-bacterial silver, carbon block core and Zeolite to eradicate all the impurities in the water while keeping the minerals with nutritional values untouched. This helps ensure that you get the tastiest, best coloured and odourless water in every glass.
To add to its features, the C-spout contains ceramic valve which has been made for up to 500,000 uses which is 35 years in domestic use. To top it all off, there is a flexi tail to give you a better control over the water. Also, the tap is designed in such a way that installation does not cost a fortune and does not take a long time.
This tap is handcrafted in UK, has super plated with thickness that exceeds the industry standards as it gives protection against wear and tears and helps retain the looks.
You will have to clean it regularly in order to maintain the look and ensure that the dust does not settle on it. Avoid the use of abrasive substances at all cost to ensure that no damage comes to the tap.
Aged Brass, Polished Brass, Satin Brass and Bronze are described by Perrin and Rowe as living finishes. They are unlacquered and will develop their own patina as they are used and react with their environment. The Gold finish is a soft finish and should be treated with care. Please see our page on finishes for more information.