New Industrial Chic from Prima+

Industrial-Inspired Professional Brushed Copper Mixer Tap & 3-in-1 Hot Taps.

Prima has introduced a new collection of kitchen taps under its premium, Prima+ premium range. Included is the industrial-inspired PRIMA+ PROFESSIONAL BRUSHED COPPER MIXER TAP (BPR 722).

Boasting a beautiful brushed copper finish, this pro-style single lever tap is the perfect finishing touch for contemporary kitchen style with its stunning good looks and streamlined spout. The model features a single flow and a matching brushed copper waste is also available and like all Prima kitchen taps, a 10-year guarantee is standard.

HOT STUFF FROM PRIMA…

Hot off the press from Prima; PJH’s own-brand collection, is a contemporary new collection of Prima+ 3-in-1 Hot Taps, available in 4 beautiful finishes; Matt Black, Brushed Copper, Chrome and Brushed Steel.

Offering a choice of instantly boiled water at a maximum temperature of 98˚C, and normal hot or cold filtered water, the 3-in-1 Hot Tap comes supplied with a 2.4 litre water tank as well as a UK-manufactured water filter. The tank can fit discreetly into the base unit and offers 7 temperature options from 98˚C – 75˚C. Plus, an excellent pressure-less safety design includes a child safety lock, an anti-scald safety mechanism and a ‘Dry Burn’ protection sensor.

Durability and great performance are ensured due to the tap’s solid brass body construction and high-quality finish – and a 10-year guarantee is included (2-years on the tank).

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