John Lewis & Partners 1.5 Left-Hand Bowl Squared Kitchen Sink, Stainless Steel
This stainless steel kitchen sink uses the very latest pressing technology to create a precise shape with almost square radiuses that are curved to a stylish effect. Versatile, it can be installed undermounted or as a low-profile inset option. The large, deeper bowl is on the left-hand side and the shallower small bowl is ideal for washing and straining vegetables. Large bowl: H194 x W340 x D440mm Small bowl: H146 x W180 x D400mm Overall size: H202 x W580 x D440mm, R15 Minimum cabinet size: 800mm Cut-out size: 555 x 425mm (inset), 535 x405mm (undermount) Good to know: Waste, overflow and plumbing kits are included. Want to see it first? You may want to see and get a feel for the product in one of our shops before ordering. If you do plan on doing this we recommend giving us a call on 03452 661805 as not all our ranges are on display in our shops. We'll be able to tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display.Choose the perfect sink for your kitchen Below are a few options to consider when choosing your perfect kitchen sink, from material to sink configuration. Stainless Steel Stainless steel is the most popular material, made from premium 18/10 nickel steel. It looks beautiful, is resistant to staining, chipping, rust and corrosion, is heat proof and non-fading, hygienic and suitable for food preparation. Ceramic Kiln-fired porcelain for a tough, smooth gloss finish which is able to stand up to even the harshest treatment. Very hard-wearing, mostly used in classic, country style kitchens. Can be inset, undermounted or the classic Belfast style. Composite Granite Contains 80% tough granite particles with an acrylic of synthetic material which gives great strength. They are resistant to burns, dents, chips, scratches and stains - 100% food safe, 100% acid resistant, 100% non-fading. They can resist up to 280 degrees of heat. Undermounted vs Inset Sinks Traditional inset sinks are extremely practical. They can be cheaper than undermounts, and simpler to install. Undermounts give a seamless appearance to worktops which can have drainer grooves cut into them. Both styles can be found in Stainless Steel, Ceramic or Composite Granite. 1 bowls vs 1.5 bowls The 1.5 bowl is the most popular configuration, if space permits. The smaller bowl can be used for washing cutlery or glassware to save water and time. Can also be use with a drainer basket to drain vegetables, rinse salads etc.