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Concord Satin Nickel Wallmount Pot-filler Kitchen Faucet
Add a contemporary, homey feel to your kitchen with this Concord wall-mount pot-filler faucet. Featuring a brass construction, satin nickel finish, this convenient swing spout faucet expands up to 20 inches and has a lever-shaped handle.
ITEM#: 13375758Instantly give your kitchen a contemporary feel with this Concord pot-filler faucet. Finished in satin nickel, this faucet has a swing spout that is a throwback to the days of open-hearth cooking.
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- Faucet type: Kitchen
- Number of handles: Double-handle
- Faucet finish: Satin nickel
- Faucet style: Pot filler
- Handle shape: Lever
- Spout reach: 13 inches when folded, 20 inches when extended
- Faucet height: 8 inches
- Two-piece articulated spout folds out of the way when not in use
- Single-hole wall-mount installation
- Ceramic cartridges
- Designed for cold water hook up
- Standard US plumbing connections
- Brass construction
- Model number: KS8108DL
AB1953 certified (lead free)
|Style||Lever Wall Mount|
|Finish||Brass Nickel Satin Nickel|
|Faucet Style||Pot Filler|
|Faucet Set||Kitchen Sets|
|Number of Faucet Handle||Double Handle|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Faucet Mount Style||Wall Mount|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Dimensions||See product description|
|Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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very nice quality and nice designRead More
I love the look and the feel! Is going to look great in my brand new modern kitchen. Satisfied customer A++Read More
This pot filler gives an Industrial and modern look to our kitchen. We love it.Read More
We purchased this potfiller faucet to replace a different model that was defective. Unfortunately, it didn't work with the fitting we had already installed so we are returning it. However, having had two others, this one looks much nicer then they did and it was heavier (solid metal it seems) than the other two.Read More
I would like to preface this by saying a plumber did the installation, and I wasn't here when I did it, so I make no claims about that either way. As to the quality of the pot filler once installed, however, we have been very happy. We had it installed in a coffee center as part of a new kitchen build. Since it is in a cabinet, I am always vigilant to see whether it drips, but we have used it several times per week for almost a year, and it has not leaked one drop. It has two levers, one that controls water pressure and another for the on-off. Everything works as it should. Though I have ours enclosed, the pot filler (coffee machine filler) is really attractive and would look great out in the open as well. (Note-- I remember doing research on this when I was looking at pot fillers, but some have lead and some don't. Make sure you are getting one that is lead free. I think with this company it has something to do with whether it has a plus after it's item #?.)Read More
Value: This pot filler is a good value if you are shopping for one that is under $200. It is heavy. Make sure when you do the rough-in that you really brace the copper pipe and brass fitting very well (see details below). Style: this works in a traditional or modern space and has a bulky/thick look- the picture on overstock of it laying on the side is not a good rendition. We have a 36" heavy duty commercial style stainless steel 6-burner gas range and this faucet still looks a bit on big side for me. I'm ok with most of the design. I wish they would change/reduce the length of the section coming out straight out from the wall. When I have the faucet fully folded against the wall, this part still protrudes too much such that I can not have a pot sitting in the back mid-burner - so there is a functional problem. Operation: I have only used it one time for testing, but it seems to have a strong flow - but we have good pressure here so your mileage may vary. Install: we have it installed in the center of the back splash behind the range. The water spout itself was installed about 15 1/2" above the grills and the pipe protruding from the wall is about 11 1/2" above the grills. Some people install it as high as 20" but this runs into some problems - excessive splashing if you don't have any pots that even need that height and also how close do you really want it to visually be in concert with the overhead hood. Because we installed it in the center of a 36" range - folding it down completely from a center position works fine, but if you only have a 30" range, you will probably have to choose to move it more to one side so that it can fold completely within the back splash behind the range and not interfere with your counter-top objects like microwaves/coffee makers, etc.. Extra install considerations: we used the standard 2 screws in the ears of the standard brass female fitting (where the brass male nipple screws in after your sheet rock is up). Then along the 1/2" copper pipe, we made sure that it had snug wood backing for at least 9" along the back of the pipe extending out from the brass fitting, and secured the pipe to this wood backing in 3 additional places with 1/2" copper pipe straps. Then we made sure that each side of the in-wall pipe had a strip of wood so there would be no side-to-side movement. If you only use the 2 screws into the brass angle ears this will not be enough - this faucet is heavy. After rough-in if you can yank on the galvanized pipe sticking out from the wall at all, then whoever plumbed it needs to come back and secure it better. The protruding nipple must be straight or your faucet will look angled when it is installed - and yes it will show.Read More
I would recommend this purchase to anyone who is looking for a pot filler for their kitchen. I searched all over the internet and could not beat what I found at this site. The pot fillers can be pricey but Overstock came through with the lowest and best price offered. The quality is beyond my expectation. It was like getting a designer bag. I loved the care of packaging. My faucet came in a soft drawstring bag reminding me of the care and quality of product I was receiving. My faucet fits in with my high end appliance kitchen like a diamond on a bride's finger. It is more than an accent, it sparkles!Read More
Love this pot filler! Fully extended,the spout reaches 22" from the wall. Does not leak. Fills a 4-quart pot in 40 seconds. Always looks great - no water spots, no fingerprints. This is a heavy brass fixture & needs extra support behind the wall for mounting, but well worth the trouble.Read More
Not a big fan of purchasing plumbing via web but this one is a winner. Very pleased with the quality and operation of the pot filler. Would recommend to anyone. Easy to install once you review the instructions.Read More
You will not be disappointed, this is a very well made faucet. Heavy/quality made.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hi cheepshopper, this item features 2.2 GPM(8.3 LPM) maxed at 6N/a PSI. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
I have no problem with the flow rate. And, I live with a chef!!!
It is stated as lead free, yet one reviewer claimed it was not - can you please verify before I place my order? Thanks
This item is lead free.
What is the overall height of this potfiller from center of valve to top of handle? What does 'spout height extends up to 20
It is 8-1/8 inches from the center of the valve to the top of the handle. The spout height extends up to 20 inches long when pulled out.
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