X-Line Basin Mixer

Vitra’s X Line range of brassware has a proven reliability which is true to the quality we come to anticipate from VitrA brassware. Their wide range of bathroom brassware enables you to combine other products to complete the look for your bathroom interior.

A Monobloc style basin mixer tap combining hot and cold water via the use of one lever to create a comfortable temperature of your choice. A stunningly strong design, which is slightly larger than some basin taps, making a statement with the flatness of the practically designed lever handle, beautiful to operate with its gentle smooth action. A silicon aerator within the nozzle reduces water usage without losing pressure.

The gleaming shine of this polished Chrome tap is easily maintained with a simple wipe from a soft cloth and warm soapy water. Please avoid the use of chemical cleaners. This tap comes without a waste; however, it is also available with a slotted pop-up waste.


  • Chrome finish
  • Cache honeycomb aerator
  • 35mm cartridge flow and temperature limiter
  • 0.5 - 10 Bar (Recommended pressure 3-5 bar)
  • Adjustable temperature with or without a pop-up waste
  • Dimensions
    • Spout height – 91mm
    • Spout length – 127mm
    • Height – 155mm (maximum raised lever height – 180mm)
  • 10-year guarantee
  • Monobloc Design
  • Matching VitrA brassware

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