The new Hex Bridge Pull Out is, according to the company, the perfect companion for kitchen schemes with larger sinks, and offers the very best elements of the Hex range, like the original knurled spout collar through to the iconic hexagonal handles.

Part of the premium range Distinctly by Abode, and made of solid brass, the new Hex Bridge Pull Out benefits from the company’s retractable pull-out technology to enhance its functionality while giving an industrial look to a traditional bridge mixer.

The Hex Range now offers a total of five designs: Single Lever, Single Lever Pull Out, Monobloc, Professional, and the newly launched Bridge style. They come in four possible finishes: brushed nickel, antique brass, brushed nickel and matt black, and antique brass and matt black.

Each model in the Hex Collection is defined by a slender profile, quad style spout and Hex handles with 'hot' and 'cold' lettering. Available with a five years warranty as standard, Hex Bridge is further enhanced by ceramic disc valve technology, which guarantees a more durable, ultra-smooth water flow for the end user.

Measuring 367mm tall with 240mm attributed to the spout height alone, the new Hex Bridge Pull out by Abode presents a distinct profile and is available to buy now. Priced at £799 in Brushed Nickel (AT2198), and £879 in Antique Brass (AT2199): both prices including vat.

Paul Illingworth, Design Manager at Abode, commented: “Contemporary by design, the industrial nature of our award-winning Hex range presents a precision-engineered tap collection with mid-century modern solid brass construction, distinct colourways, and deliberate use of texture.

“Designed to coordinate seamlessly with any style of kitchen featuring industrial or traditional elements, Hex will help to define the wash zone and bring new levels of form and function to the UK kitchen and utility room.”

Leanne Adamson, Marketing Manager at Abode, added: “Ever-expanding, our Hex Bridge Pull Out is the latest design to join our Hex range, which was launched in 2019 and has fast become one of our most hardworking tap designs for the UK kitchen market.

“In 2021, we welcomed our new matt black and antique brass models to the mix and now, a brand-new bridge style mixer in 2022 to offer a complete collection of monolithic Hex tap designs that will enhance today’s busy home and lifestyle.”