The benefits of installing a Little Plummer Solo Water Softener unit.
- Treats 1-4 bedroom house
- Battery Operated
- Removes existing limescale
- Prevents new limescale forming
- Protects and extends the life of your appliances
- Reduces your heating bills
- Kinder to skin and hair
- Water remains potable so it can be used for drinking and cooking
- Easy to install
- Guaranteed to work and guaranteed to last (see guarantees below)
- No plumbing or chemicals
- Cost £2.00 a year to run
- Cuts energy costs – ECOFRIENDLY
- Treats pipes up to 50 mm diameter
- Computerised microchip technology
- Made in the U.K. by people who care
- Used by professionals
- H:72mm W:104mm D:31mm
- Mains Lead: 2m long
- Aerial: 1 x 1.5m long (jack both ends)
- TRIED & TESTED OVER 10 YEARS!
The INCREDIBLE SOLO battery operated water softener (the only one in the world) is for customers in hard water areas where plumbing and wiring is not an option.
The Solo uses 4 x D cells (not supplied) which will last at least a year in operation. The SOLO has a flashing LED that now flashes every few seconds while the battery is working. When the battery is FLAT, the light will STOP working.
This is very easy to install however if you wish you can Contact Us for installation options.
We are so confident in our electronic water softening products that we give you two specific guarantees.
12 month no-quibble money back guarantee
The FIRST is that if you are not delighted with the results of the scale removal and prevention after 12 months from installation, you may return your unit for a full rebate.
3 Year replacement guarantee
The SECOND guarantee is that if during the first 3 years of installation any part of a unit should fail we will replace the entire unit free of charge.
These units are built to last for up to 15 years.
Why not find out How an Electronic Water Softener Works
Why buy a Water Softener?
- Save money on energy bills (24% Saving)*
- Eliminate expensive maintenance bills
- Remove traces of scale in the shower, bath or sink – scale can give 75% reduction in flow in 18 months*
- Give your skin a silky clean feeling
- Make your laundry feel softer and look brighter
- Reduce the high cost of soap and detergents (50% Saving)*
Saves you money on energy bills
A water softener will save you money on your heating bills and reduce your requirements for detergents and heating products. It is estimated that you can save 24% on your energy bills for the year plus 50% on soap and detergents*.
Buy a water softener and you will get your money back in no time.
Gives you luxurious, soft and silky water
Softened water is kinder to dry skin, giving you that luxurious feeling. The hardness in the water can be an irritant if you sufferer from eczema and other skin conditions. A softener removes this hardness. It provides you luxuriously soft water, making showers and baths a joy. Soaps and shampoos will lather much more easily and your hair will be softer and more manageable. Softened water does not leave any residue on your bath or sink and they will be easier to clean from there on out. Also, laundry is brighter, plus glasses and dishes sparkle and shine after washing, reducing that ‘frosted glass effect’.
Softened water does not leave a deposit on pipes throughout your household. So there is a real saving in the service, maintenance, and replacement of your appliances. Water heaters, dishwashers, washing machines and showers will all last longer and cost less with a water softener. Softened water over time will dissolve the scale deposits that are already in your pipes, shower, sink or bath. This means you can reverse the effects of not having a water softener for maximum benefit. The limescale can give 75% reduction in flow in 18 months*. Also, there will be no residue on your tea which is a plus for all us British!
Kind to clothing
With the softener, your laundry feels fresher and more luxurious with only a fraction of detergent used. The softened water is kinder on your clothing so you can love what you wear all the time.
*WQRF study, Battelle Memorial Institute, 2011