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1.5 Bowl Undermount Black Kitchen Sink with Reversible Drainer - Essence Amelia
  • 1000mm Width (side to side)
  • 500mm Depth (front to back)
  • 200mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - 5 years
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Single Bowl Black Kitchen Sink with Reversible Drainer - Essence Amelia
  • 860mm Width (side to side)
  • 500mm Depth (front to back)
  • 200mm Height (top to bottom)
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Single Bowl Undermount Black Granite Composite Kitchen Sink - Enza Madison
  • 540mm Width (side to side)
  • 440mm Depth (front to back)
  • 200mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - 5 years
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Single Bowl Undermount White Composite Granite Kitchen Sink - Enza Madison
  • 540mm Width (side to side)
  • 440mm Depth (front to back)
  • 440mm Height (top to bottom)
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1.5 Bowl Chrome Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Reversible Drainer - CDA
  • 970mm Width (side to side)
  • 500mm Depth (front to back)
  • 160mm Height (top to bottom)
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1.5 Bowl Undermount White Granite Composite Kitchen Sink Reversible - Enza Madison
  • 590mm Width (side to side)
  • 440mm Depth (front to back)
  • 200mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - 5 years
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Single Bowl Inset Chrome Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Reversible Drainer - Essence Ava
  • 620mm Width (side to side)
  • 500mm Depth (front to back)
  • 150mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - Lifetime
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Single Bowl Undermount Grey Granite Composite Kitchen Sink - Enza Madison
  • 540mm Width (side to side)
  • 440mm Depth (front to back)
  • 200mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - 5 years
  • Waste kit included - Yes
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Single Bowl Undermount Chrome Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink - Enza Isabella
  • 524mm Width (side to side)
  • 424mm Depth (front to back)
  • 180mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - Lifetime
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1.5 Bowl Undermount Black Granite Composite Kitchen Sink Reversible - Enza Madison
  • 590mm Width (side to side)
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  • 200mm Height (top to bottom)
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1.5 Bowl Grey Granite Composite Kitchen Sink Reversible - Enza Madison
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1.3 Bowl Undermount White Ceramic Kitchen Sink- Rangemaster Rustiqe
  • 600mm Width (side to side)
  • 520mm Depth (front to back)
  • 195mm Height (top to bottom)
  • Warranty - 10 years
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Sink FAQs



What is the difference between a granite sink and a composite sink?

Both granite and composite sinks offer style. Both are heat resistant and scratch resistant, but which should you go for? Granite sinks tend to be more expensive than composite but offer a unique design. Composite sinks have a much more uniform look and are more resistant to watermarks, stains and chipping.

What is the advantage of a granite sink?

Granite sinks offer a unique design, style and are heat resistant. Look after it properly with annual sealing and good care, and it’ll also be resistant to scratching and stains. Granite sinks are heavy, though, so expect to add on extra supports that aren’t included.

What is the easiest sink to keep clean?

Stainless steel sinks are the easiest to keep clean. A non-porous material that doesn’t hold onto food debris, and as its name suggests, is resistant to stains. They’re also effortless to wipe down and even sterilise.

What is the most popular kitchen sink style?

Single bowl sinks are the most popular option. They’re basic and suit most kitchen designs. Although the most common finish is stainless steel due to its ease to clean and sterilise, they’re available range of other finishes.

Is a single or double sink better?

Great for washing the dishes and rinsing some veg side-by-side, a double sink offers versatility in your kitchen. Taking up twice the space of a single bowl sink, they won’t suit every kitchen, but if you’re after somewhere to rinse off unwanted suds, consider a 1.5 bowl sink instead.

What is a half bowl sink used for?

How you use a half bowl sink is up to you. They’re perfect for draining pots or rinsing items when the main sink is full. Or, add a waste disposal to the half sink so you can remove any scraps from your plates as you wash.

What is the point of a 1.5 bowl sink?

A 1.5 bowl sink gives you extra rinsing and waste space while the main sink is being used. Whether you’re rinsing suds off pots, ready for draining or pouring in waste liquid, they’re a convenient addition to your kitchen. You can even add a waste disposal to a half sink to give you somewhere to empty scraps as you wash.

What is the difference between a top-mount and undermount sink?

A top-mount sink does just that. Fitted by dropping through your cut out in the worktop, the edge of a top-mount sink sits on top of your surface. An undermount sink is fitted from underneath and is attached to the underside of your worktop. If you’re looking for a cleaner, more minimal look, an undermount sink may be the option for you.

What are the advantages of an undermount sink?

Leaving nowhere for dirt and grime to hide, eliminating a lip keeps your sink area clean, tidy and minimalist overall. An undermount sink is fitted to the underside of your worktop, meaning there’s nowhere for spills to gather or crumbs to sit, which in turn makes cleaning the area quick and easy. A stylish addition, an undermount sink offers functionality and a stunning finish.

How do I choose a kitchen sink?

There are several things you need to consider when buying a new kitchen sink.

  1. Measure your space. If you’re replacing an old sink, you need to make sure your new one will fit.
  2. Consider what type of sink you’d like. Would you prefer a top-mount or undermount? A top-mount will have a lip that sits on top of your worktop, while an undermount creates a cleaner finish.
  3. Next up is style. Is a single bowl what you’re looking for, or are you considering a double or 1.5 bowl? Think about what you’ll be using your sink for and if you need the extra space.
  4. What about the material? Are you going for the functional stainless steel, a classic ceramic or a trendy granite or composite design? Remember that a granite or composite sink will be heavier and may require adjustments to your kitchen cabinets
 
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