There are so many 2 levered swan neck taps to choose from and sometimes the differences between them can be very obvious e.g. chunky handles or a flatter spout, but sometimes the differences can be very subtle.
In which case your choice between the two might be decided by your budget as much as your taste !
Other Factors to consider:
- Water Pressure
- Ease of turning on / off
- Colour / Finish
Available in chrome and brushed nickel.If you want a brushed nickel finish and want to stay within the same price range, there is the very keenly priced San Marco Langley Value Kitchen Tap.
Tip: If you choose ‘Pewter – Brushed Steel/Nickel’ in the ‘Choose Color/Finish’ widget on our shop pages sidebar, it will give you all the products available in that finish.
One other important issue to remember when buying a tap is that if the tap is being directly fitted into your sink (instead of being mounted in the worktop behind the sink ) then sometimes the finish of the sink will dictate the colour finish of the tap e.g. a chrome tap looks nicer set into a highly polished stainless steel sink whereas a brushed nickel tap looks nicer when set into a matt finished stainless steel sink. If you are unsure of matching finishes as pictures can be deceptive at times, just contact us and we will guide you.
- Style of Handles / Spout – Levers!
- For a contemporary take on this style – take a look at the fabulous San Marco Blade Kitchen Designer Tap!
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