Buying Guide for Bidet Mixer Taps

Published on: 24/03/2018 Last Updated: 27/08/2019
Bidet Mixer Taps

Bidets are quickly gaining popularity in the UK although this sanitaryware is not something used in the past and more of a French influence. Nowadays bidets come in co-ordinated packs with the toilet and can nicely influence the look of the bathroom. Just like the sink, a bidet also needs complementary brassware to function.

In recent times, more and more manufacturers are crafting bidets with a single tap hole, and therefore most bidets now use mixer taps. Bidet mixer taps have all the characteristics of basin mixers with single and dual levers, some include wastes and come in a range of finishes from chrome to silver and gold.

Water Pressure

Its all good to select a mixer for your bidet depending on its stylish looks, however, as each mixer works with different water pressure and therefore, you need to decide based on the water pressure in your home. Mostly UK households have a low-pressure gravity system with a water tank with stored cold water. Therefore, higher the tank is placed then greater is the pressure of the stored water.

Depending on the kind of tap design, bidet taps can be used in low and high pressure water systems some require minimal pressure. It is, therefore, easy for everyone to now install a bidet and reap its benefits.

Types of Bidet Mixers

Dual lever

Dual lever Bidet Taps Featuring two levers, these taps give you complete control of the temperature for a comfortable wash. In the more traditional setting, you can opt for Victorian styling in levers while the temperatures are clearly marked as “hot” and “cold”.

Single lever

Single lever Bidet Taps Single lever bidet taps offer a less busy look and are ideal for the minimalist bathroom décor. Turning this lever to the left or right will give you water at the desired temperature, and come in a variety of different shapes and styles.

Pop-up waste bidet taps

Pop-up waste bidet taps Some bidet taps also include a pop-up waste in the pack. Such mixers come with a lever that is used to open and close the waste and drain away the water. Such a set-up means that the bidet bowl can be filled with water when required.

Lauren Eon Classic Mono Bidet Mixer Tap With Pop-Up Waste

Lauren Eon Classic Mono Bidet Mixer Tap

When you are looking for a bidet mixer that is an epitome of style and elegance, take a look at the Eon Classic Mono Bidet Mixer Tap from Lauren. It has been meticulously crafted with an eye on beauty and functionality and included with a pop-up waste. This deck mounted beauty has a contemporary design and glinting chrome finish. Fitted with a ceramic disc cartridge, it offers efficiency and long life.

Tre Mercati Florence Mono Bidet Mixer Tap With Pop Up Waste

Tre Mercati Florence Mono Bidet Mixer Tap

Tre Mercati’s splendid Florence Mono Bidet Mixer Tap comes with Pop-up Waste and crosshead handles for hot and cold function. It is realized in high-grade brass and works well in low-pressure water system. It has an attractive design that is fit for any luxurious bathroom setting. Covered in an exclusive chrome finish, it will jazz up any bidet with its presence while giving you water at the perfect temperature. Ideal for Victorian or traditional style bidets, it comes with pop-up waste for hygiene.

Mayfair Series C Mono Bidet Mixer Tap With Pop Up Waste

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Convert your bathroom into a room of convenience by installing the Series C Mono Bidet Mixer Tap with Pop up Waste from Mayfair. Designed to add allure and glamour to the surroundings, this bathroom essential keeps the water temperature at the desired level. It works using two side crosshead handles with a centrally curved spout offering easy use design. Finished in sparkling chrome to bring lustre, it requires a minimum 0.2 bar water pressure for optimal working.

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Sarabeth Asaff

Reviewed By: Sarabeth Asaff
Sarabeth Asaff is a former kitchen and bathroom designer who now works as a home and garden industry writer and expert. She has a working knowledge of all areas of the home improvement industry, and specializes in functional design and material advice.

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