How would you plumb in this bathroom sink? (With pics)

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Hi everyone

Am plumbing in my bathroom sink this weekend. My situation I'm faced with is below:


I have a bottle trap as can be seen on the pics, with the outlet waste pipe (grey pipe sticking out from wall) being lower than this bottle trap.

Having never done plumbing before, it this simply a case of connecting one of these (link below) between the bottle trap and waste pipe?

http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Plu...+1+14+Uni+Outlet+Uni+Outlet/d20/sd2907/p55664

If not, what can I do/use?

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Flexible is fine but use one with a spigot on one end.
 
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Butting in :oops:
Check out 58975 or 45626......do you think these would suit?
John :)

45626 seems quite a good one.
Can I connect the trap directly into the sink plug or do I need some pipe work to connect from the sink plug to the trap?

Would I then connect the flexi waste (45626) from the trap, to the grey waste hose?

Does it matter if the trap is higher up than the outlet pipe?


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