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1-1/4 in. Brass Round Bottle Trap in Chrome

Includes 4 fittings ($20.64 /fitting)
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  • Ideal for pedestal and vessel bathroom sinks with exposed tubular
  • Removeable trap eye for easy cleaning
  • Constructed with brass for long-lasting strength
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Product Details

1-1/4 in. Bottle Trap provides a contemporary alternative to bathroom sink plumbing. It is ideal for pedestal and vessel sink installations where the tubular is exposed. Dearborn is known for providing superior quality and products designed with the plumber in mind.
  • Bathroom installations
  • Solid brass construction
  • Includes a 12 in. wall tube
  • Removeable trap eye for easy cleaning
  • Slip-fit inlet design for hassle-free installation
  • Ideal for pedestal sinks where plumbing is exposed

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beautiful design
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I'm remodeling the bathroom to make it more modern and comfortable, I'm super happy with trap and I'm glad I don't have to dust the U (that's in the past). The contemporary European style or design kit comes with the trap, the pipe, a gasket and a shield. The trap and tube are chrome plated brass (20 gauge) and I find the escutcheon is chrome plated steel. One feature I love is that it has a clean exit and the slot is quite wide. The instructions are very clear and precise (in English and Spanish), without a doubt this has made a big difference in the appearance of my sink!
    • Recommended
    Beautiful design
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love the sleek and elegant design of this bottle trap it looks and feels very sturdy, it goes perfect with my bathroom design .
      • Recommended
      Check with your local plumbing inspector before installing a bottle trap.
      Although the bottle trap is very attractive and clean looking, unless there has been a recent change to the plumbing code, bottle traps are not code compliant in the USA. I have seen these types of traps used in Europe for many years. Sometimes called decorative traps for obvious reasons, and although they are now widely available in the US, they require special approval before they can be legally installed. A bottle trap employs a vertical tube submerged in water to form a trap seal. This tube can deteriorate and fail thereby losing the seal and allowing sewer gases to escape. Even when working as designed, they are not self-cleaning compared to a conventional P trap.>>>>>>In the defense of this specific product, the downtube is plastic which should not deteriorate. And to address the lack of self-cleaning, there is a removable plug on the bottom of the bottle with a large—3/16” wide—slot. The instructions say it can be removed with a flathead screwdriver. My largest screwdriver with a 7/16-inch-wide blade 15-inch-long handle could not turn the cap. It made two indentations where the edges of the blade dug into the sides of the slot. I found a 15/16-inch-wide flat head screwdriver socket (½-inch drive) in my toolbox that turned the plug with the help of the ratchet handle. I reinserted the plug until I could just feel the O-ring compress a little, but I wonder how hard it will be to remove it after 6-mounths. The cap is equipped with an O-ring seal. The trap will be full of water so be prepared with something to catch it. The I.D. of the bottle is 1.86-inches and the O.D. of the tube is 1.36-inches which means there is only a ¼-inch gap around the circumference of the tube, which seems tight to someone who has lived with four women with long hair in the house.>>>>>>There is a major specification issue with the product I received. Although the bottle portion of the trap is of heavy-duty brass construction, the 12-inch-long horizontal waste arm is only 24-gauge brass tube rather than the 20-gauge specified---.0239” versus .0359” thick. Also, no washers were provided for under the inlet slip-nut. No flat washer is described in the installation instructions for the inlet (but should have been), but a tapered slip washer for the outlet is shown and mentioned and included. You should also be aware that the retaining nuts on the trap do nut have wrench flats. Although this contributes to the clean design, you will need a small rubber strap wrench to tighten the connections. >>>>>An attractive chrome-plated brass escutcheon plate 3-inches in diameter X 5/8-inch deep is provided. However, the retaining prongs protrude half the depth of the plate which means that the final connection slip nut will need to be recessed in the wall.>>>>>>One final caution is that the drain rough-in must be perfectly centered on the sink drain compared to that for a p-trap. There is no allowance for any horizontal misalignment. Finally, it may be necessary to set the trap and then lower the sink, with tailpiece attached, into the trap. A pop-up drain may further complicate the installation. This all makes most retrofits impractical, so it is most suitable for new construction or a major remodel. >>>>> The bottle trap is made in China for the Dearborn Division of Oatey.
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      Sleek design with simple installation
      Really love this European designed bottle trap from Dearborn. We are remodeling our tiny bath, and decided to put in a wall-mounted sink without any cabinetry to keep from making a small space look even smaller. But that left us with exposed plumbing underneath. We considered the standard p-trap setup in black to match our house hardware, but it still ended up looking ugly. Standard traps are wide and show joints that have zero consideration for the look. The European bottle trap makes everything sleek and simple. Installation is intuitive and easy. The only cutting needed is to trim the tailpiece from the pop-up assembly if needed or desired. Otherwise, it's all push-together and tighten with standard tools most folks have around the house. The trap has a cleanout opening at the bottom, which opens with a flathead-type screwdriver. The slot runs the length of the cleanout cap, so a putty knife or five-in-one could be used to allow for more leverage and to prevent scratches while removing and reinstalling. The inside of the pipe sleeve is lined with some type of plastic. The waste arm is very lightweight metal, very thin. The trap itself is brass, which is about the only weight on this assembly.
      • Recommended
      Beautiful trap for exposed drain pipes
      I have a pedestal sink that I installed with a normal white plastic trap. Sure, nobody is going to crawl under to see what it looks like, but from outside of the bathroom, it's visible. It doesn't look terrible, but once you see it, you notice it. I've seen those really nice polished brass traps and even though it looks great, my fixtures are silver colored in that bathroom. I've seen these round bottle traps and I've been curious - why not give it a try? This bottle trap is made from different materials. The trap portion is a heavy solid brass that's chrome plated - it's a very nicely made piece. The horizontal pipe is a thin walled chrome plated pipe. Nothing out of the ordinary. The escutcheon has a gasket and the piece is thin wall. Since water shouldn't be sitting in the horizontal pipe, I think it's okay for it to be light duty. The trap is the most important part and this is a solid trap. I gave this a five star rating, because it not only looks great, but it's a nice solid trap. I don't expect to have any issues with my new trap!
      • Recommended
      Nice design
      This is a good looking trap for exposed plumbing. The chrome pieces are heavy duty with a nice chrome finish. All the threads are nicely formed and assembles well. The bottom of the trap has a cover that screws on and facilitates easy clean out. The plastic insert extends into the trap to block gas passage. The kit includes an escutcheon plate to cover the penetration into the wall.
      • Recommended
      1.25" Bottle Trap Looks Cool
      I had no idea a Bottle Trap existed. When I think Trap, I think P-Trap. This is so cool and looks great too! No more having to dust the U. This comes with the Trap, the Pipe, a Gasket and an Escutcheon. The trap and tube are Chrome Plated Brass (20 Gauge), but I believe the Escutcheon is Chrome Plated Steel. The trap has a nice weight to it, but the pipe seems on the light side. A nice feature is that it has a clean out, but the slot is quite wide. Directions recommend using a Flathead screwdriver to open it, but I would think even a 3/8" would be too small. It is not mentioned on the box, or in the directions, but looking at the design, I would expect this is for a low flow sink. I doubt it passes as much water as a normal P-Trap? I never heard of Dearborn, but found this on their website ... "Founded in 1896, Dearborn® has emerged as a leading brand of brass and plastic tubular products. From its humble beginnings in Chicago, Dearborn now manufactures commercial tubular, bath waste and overflow, basket strainers and dozens of other plumbing specialty products used worldwide. Dearborn is famous for providing superior quality products designed with the plumber in mind at competitive prices, which makes their products preferred by plumbing professionals."
      • Recommended
      Easy to put in
      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The item was easy to put in and all the pieces were easy to identify . The instructions and video provided were very easy to follow.
        • Recommended
        Bottle Trap
        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We recently got a Bottle Trap. The one we got is 1 1/4 Bottle Trap (20 Gauge Chrome Plated Brass finish) The box provided very detail instructions and photos. My husband assembled the Bottle Trap for our bathroom sink. Not may tools were required and very minimal parts to install. Replacing this with what we originally had made a tremendous difference as far as elegance. Highly recommend this product.
          Nice quality overall
          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is a very nice and modern tap design. Goes with my urban theme bathroom look I am aiming for. Makes my old bathroom look like trash compared to it now. It's so shiny and sturdy.
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