1.5 bowl sinks - confused!

(10 Posts)
langlandgirl Sun 17-Apr-16 14:13:25

Hi All. I want a 1.5 bowl sink but i don't want the main bowl to be smaller just because I'm having a 0.5 bowl too. Most 1.5 seem to have a smaller main bowl than a single bowl sink. Any suggestions of big 1.5 bowl sinks that you can definitely get big pans and most of a big baking tray in to wash?

RandomMess Sun 17-Apr-16 14:14:56

We have it's a Franke, it's very deep, no idea which model though...

RNBrie Sun 17-Apr-16 14:16:03

We have a Franke Ariane ARX 160 - it wasn't cheap but the main sink is deep and easily big enough for a big pan and most of a baking tray.

OurBlanche Sun 17-Apr-16 14:18:39

In the posher houses I go in and out of Franke does seem to be a common sink to see. They do seem to be deeper and the half sink seems a good size too.

I like the look if them so much I have bookmarked them for when we eventually get to replacing the one we have now.

RandomMess Sun 17-Apr-16 14:21:11

I was just about to link to the Arian as that visually looks like the one we have

www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/101.0305.149/franke-101.0305.149-sink

Which ever one we got it was the biggest main bowl out of the 1.5 available from Magnet at the time - around 15 months ago because if something won't go in the dishwasher then it'll need a big sink...

We use a washing up bowl in it most of the time to economise on water!

RandomMess Sun 17-Apr-16 14:24:27

Actually it could be that we got the Ascone

www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/101.0305.143/franke-101.0305.143-sink

imsorryiasked Sun 17-Apr-16 14:44:13

www.howdens.com/kitchen-collection/kitchen-sinks/lamona-grey-granite-composite-1-5-bowl-sink/
We got this one because the half sink eats into the draining board rather than the main sink.

langlandgirl Sun 17-Apr-16 14:49:31

thanks all, I'm going for a brass tap so not sure that chrome will go. Anyone come across Tectonite before?

imsorryiasked Sun 17-Apr-16 15:20:24

I think its similar to the composite one that i linked above?

langlandgirl Sun 17-Apr-16 15:40:57

missed that, thanks imsorry. Still dithering between mounted and undermounted but swaying toward undermounted

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