Assembly Required - Double Handle - Kitchen Sinks
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Thu Feb 17 00:00:00 MST 2011patsysmom Rating:5.0
Kraus Undermount Single Bowl Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Grid has been a hit at my house. This sink is 16 gauge T304 stainless steel, making it a higher grade than I thought I could afford. It has padding to reduce noise, and a condensation coating, so it met all my qulaity requirements. The box it arrived in was sturdy, and the contents beautifully packed; as a result, everything arrived in great shape. The price was significantly lower than what I found at big box stores or granite yards. The template was accurate. The grid and towel that came with the sink are high quality. The drain appeared to be good quality as well; I particularly liked the deep strainer basket with handle, that was part of the drain assembly, and was disappointed that I couldn't use that drain with a garbage disposer. With the sink having only one drain hole, and so many people owning garbage disposers, that particular drain is more of a marketing gimmick than anything. It would make sense for the manufacturer to offer the consumer a choice between that drain, or a quality garbage disposer friendly drain and stopper. Since the price for this sink, with grid, drain and towel, was significantly less than most comparable sinks alone, I felt the drain was not a major issue. This sink is 9" deep. It offers plenty of room for anything I need to do in the sink, and reduces splashes from the new pull-down faucet. The sink is easy to clean. While the squared corners on some sinks look very stylish, I preferred the rounded, easy to clean corners of this sink. What I find funny is every single guy who has seen our remodeled kitchen gravitates to the sink and enthuses over it. They like that they have room to move around and not bang anything. I must agree. Though I am small, and joked that I had to be careful not to lean over the sink too far or I might fall in, as I use it I love that I can wash and rinse large cutting boards and pans without the usual maneuvers you have to use when you have a double sink. I took a risk changing from a double sink to the single sink, but I do not regret it at all. If I ever have a need for two sinks I can use a dishpan. In summary, I find the quality, size and features of this sink are five stars. As a minor point, I would suggest the manufacturer provide the option of a drain that is garbage disposer compatible.
Wed Nov 13 00:00:00 MST 2013newkitchenmama Rating:5.0
We purchased a Ruvati 16-gauge Stainless Steel 34-inch Double Bowl Undermount Kitchen Sink for our kitchen remodel. We had never heard of this brand of sink but it had the size, shape we wanted and some nice features in the drain system and it is a wonderful product. It has little baskets in the drain with a handle to lift it out so you can remove the debris, the stopper is substantial and seems as though it will last a long time without problems. The only drawback is in the finish, it doesn't clean up quite as easy as our last sink did. Our order came promptly, we are overall very pleased with our purchase.
Fri Aug 03 00:00:00 MDT 2012roller85 Rating:5.0
We have just received delivery of our Kraus 36-inch Farmhouse Apron Double-bowl Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink and we'd like to let you know how pleased we are with the prompt and professional handling and delivery of this fantastic Sink. It's hard to find such attractive, well made sinks in Australia at a reasonable price and we were apprehensive about buying such a large, expensive item from overseas but your system has worked flawlessly and we're very happy with our purchase and can assure you that we won't hesitate to deal with your Company again.
Tue Jan 31 00:00:00 MST 2012wonderall Rating:5.0
If you've never had a single basin sink, it's time to make the switch! I put one in my previous house and fell in love. My new house has a double basin. Switching to a single basin was my first order of business! You can fit large pots, including their handles, in the sink. you can fit entire cookie sheets flat across the bottom. My 70 year old parents converted to a single basin after staying with me and they would never go back to double basin. The only downfall to a double basin is wanting to dump things down the drain when you have a sink full of soapy water. You learn to make adjustments immediately because you'll love the large capacity. Nothing is too big to fit and wash in this sink! Kraus is a German name, but it's a Korean product. I was instantly leery of a Korean product, but this sink gets great reviews on several other sites. The true test comes after installation, which has not happened here yet. I will review again at that point. Amazon had loads of very high reviews on this specific sink. I paired it with an industrial faucet (American Standard 4332.350.075 Pekoe Semi-Professional Single Control Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel) and couldn't be happier with the quality and look of both.
Fri Sep 16 00:00:00 MDT 2011iris18 Rating:5.0
Love this sink! At first I was a bit hesitant to order a sink online, without seeing it first. The reviews convinced me to purchase the sink and we were so pleasantly surprised! Have gotten so many compliments already. So much thought was put into the slightest things. Especially love the drain which is not plastic. There is a small basket inside the drain that catches all foods. It has a tiny handle, that folds into the basket, love, love this feature since we do not have to touch the basket when emptying any food, etc. This sink would be double the cost anywhere else.
Mon Feb 14 00:00:00 MST 2011lindapaulette Rating:5.0
I recently purchased this sink and I can tell you that as a cook for a large family, I love it! This sink can handle small or large items for cleaning such as big cookie sheets and large pots. I use 2 small dishpans when I want the versitility of double sinks. I have a pan marked just for poultry, vegetables, etc. I also love the rounded corners because of easy cleaning. The drain is incredible with the strainer basket. In short, it looks great, performs great and has impressed all my friends and family to want one too!
Mon Jan 21 00:00:00 MST 2013patsy25 Rating:5.0
I did a tremendous amount of research before purchasing this sink. I specifically wanted 16 gauge because it is thicker and stronger than 18 gauge, and thus less likely to show dents, etc. I also wanted to purchase a sink from a manufacturer that had a solid reputation. This sink met all of my requirements. It looks fabulous installed undermount with my granite. The sink was shipped with a drawstring cover over it for protection against abrasions. It also came with the strainer assembly, protection grid insert, and a dish towel. Kraus knows what to do to achieve customer satisfaction. I couldn't be happier.
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