At clickbasin, we specialise in basins for the bathroom, cloakroom and en-suite. Our wide range of excellent quality sinks, as well as basin taps, vanity units and bathroom mirror cabinets offer style and a designer look at a value price.
We have the very best range of bathroom basins available in the UK, in stock and in quantity. This means your new sink will be with you before you know it, in a quick and hassle free online or over the phone order process.
A Bathroom Basin in Every Style
Whether practicality is at the forefront of your mind or you’d prefer a sink that makes a real style statement, we can assist. We have a broad range of sinks in all shapes and sizes, from stone or glass, countertop basins, to semi recessed basins, wall hung and our space saving corner basins. Our stone resin basins will really give that elusive ‘wow’ factor, and like all our washbasins, they are available to buy as a basin only purchase or take advantage of our discounted bundles which include a waste plug and / or tap and bottle trap. Our range of countertop ceramic basins can be part of a set with a wall hung shelf unit or a solid wood vanity cabinet. The choice is yours.
Designed with you in mind
Clickbasin’s range of sinks are sure to add a touch of style to any bathroom, en-suite or cloakroom. The choice of ceramic, glass or stone and shapes; square, round, oval and rectangle washbasins makes us the No 1 Bathroom Basin retailer Whatever you want in a bathroom basin, clickbasin’s range of top quality products, competitive prices and excellent customer service standards is sure to delight.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I need a bathroom basin with an overflow?
An overflow on a bathroom basin is personal choice, the advantages of an overflow are; • Avoid tap left running spills. As water will slip down the overflow opening and channel into the drain, via the waste plug, rather than it spill over the sink onto the floor. • The overflow allows the sink to drain faster by introducing air into the drainage system. A basin without an overflow may experience bubbling up during drainage. The disadvantage of a basin overflow is that it can get ‘gunked’ up around the bottom of the overflow channel as there is no constant flow of water through it. This can make it dysfunctional and a bit smelly on occasion.
Q. What is the difference between an inset and undercounter basin?
An undercounter basin sit completely under the counter whereas the inset basin or self rimming basin has an edge or lip that sits onto the countertop and the bowl only is set into the counter.