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love the sink. it's nice and deep and very well insulated so it does'nt sound tinney at all....
Add a touch of elegance along with a whole lot of functionality to your kitchen with the Kraus double bowl kitchen sink. Made with smooth stainless steel, this 33-inch undermount kit comes with everything you need to easily and quickly install.
ITEM#: 11798450This Kraus kitchen sink has a sturdy stainless steel construction with a scratch-resistant satin finish. The curved corners of the sink make cleaning easy, while the rear-set 3.5-inch drain opening provides additional under-cabinet storage space. This kitchen sink includes a stainless steel bottom grid, strainer and dish towel. It uses insulated coat underneath the sink and a full rubber pad for better sound absorption.
- Add an elegant touch to your kitchen with a unique and versatile undermount sink from Kraus
- Stainless steel sink is a great centerpiece for any kitchen remodeling project
- Kitchen sink boasts stainless steel construction
- Kitchen sink boasts 16-gauge premium grade T-304 stainless steel construction
- Scratch-resistant commercial-grade premium satin finish
- Padded and Stone Guard undercoated insulation over a rubber pad reduces noise while sink is in use
- Features unique Kraus 0.75-inch radius curved corners for easy cleaning and a stylish look
- Rear-set 3.5-inch drain opening gives you more storage space
- Fits 33-inch sink base
- Overall dimensions: 32.75 inches x 19 inches x 10 inches
- Each basin measures 14.9 inches x 17 inches x 10 inches basin size
- Mounting and installation brackets, cutout template are included
Kraus Stainless Steel Kitchen sink comes with:
- Kraus Stainless Steel bottom grids feature protective feet and side bumpers, uniquely designed to protect the surface of your sink from scratches, while the sink is in use (offered complimentary)
- Stainless steel basket strainer
- Stainless steel strainer
- Dish towel
In Accordance with Industry Codes and Standards for USA and Canada, all Kraus Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks are Certified and Listed by UPC, cUPC, CSA, IAPMO, ANSI and SCC
|Material||Rubber Stainless Steel Steel|
|Length||18 - 19" Less than 18"|
|Width||31 - 33" Less than 20"|
|Height||10 - 13" 10 - 13"" 10 - 13"""|
|Number of Bowl||Double Bowl|
|Bowl Depth||9 inches or More|
|Number of Basin||Double Basin|
|Number of Hole||2|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Sink Drain location||Top Center|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||16 gauge T-304 Stainless steel|
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even though this sink was very expensive and seemed to be well made, it is much smaller than i thought it would be. i measured my old sink and saw measurments for this sink on line and indeed thought it would be bigger. perhaps i go the wrong sink but it sure is smaller than my old sink.Read More
Not sure about this sink. From the reviews I read I was so excited to put this in our new kitchen. Looked great when it was put in but after one month of using it I can't believe all the scratches on the bottom of the side that I wash dishes. It has a protective screen type thing and I always leave it in the sink, but the bottom of my sink has many scratches. I have no idea where they are coming from. I haven't ever put a dish in the sink without this protective grate and it doesn't even touch the bottom. I am beginning to think it is a second and maybe they put some type of finish on a reconditioned sink or something and it is washing off. I am very skeptical of this product. Anyone else have this problem? I am not very happy with this maybe if the manufacturer sees this they will give me some idea of what is happening. I was so pleased when it was put in but now I am regretting purchasing it.Read More
I LOVE my sink!!! Remodeled my kitchen and this is perfect. Love the size of it and really like the same size bowls on each side. A plumber came in and noticed it and said it was an expensive sink and thought I had special ordered it. Looks great with my new granite cabinet tops. Very pleased with the quality. Sink was crated and delivered with much care. I was impressed! Thanks Overstock!Read More
love the sink. it's nice and deep and very well insulated so it does'nt sound tinney at all.Read More
We really love this sink- still getting used to how deep it is. It's great quality and stylish. Looks great unmounted with our granite. Our contractor didn't pay attention to how deep it was and had issues lining up the plumbing for it, so be aware. Also, one might need a lower profile garbage disposal with it too.Read More
I had to return this sink because the person who came to measure for the countertop could not fit the faucet and the sink in the standard counter width. My faucet was a single lever type that has the hot and cold controlled front to back so there was not enough space to move the lever back and forth since it hit my window ledge. This sink is much deeper front-to-back and top-to-bottom than standard sinks. The sink itself was very modern and stylish and well insulated. Since we needed a sink asap for the template the Silestone guy gave me a free sink and I was able to return this one at a cost of $**.Read More
I bought this sink after seeing it at a friends house. It's 10" depth is fabulous and keeps the sprays off the granite counter and allows for ease of cleaning bigger pots. I love the sink guard racks that come with it. Extra protection for the bottom of the sink. Also, I wasn't sure about the drains being at the rear of the sink, but I find this is better too. The bottom of the pots are no longer covering the sink drains. Exceptional sink.Read More
This is a deep sink that holds a lot. It's easy to clean, and it is durable. I liked it so much in my kitchen remodel 2 years ago that I bought the same one for my lake home remodel. Great value. Love Kraus products.Read More
The Kraus sink is really nice, very deep and high quality. We have had it for about a year, and have had no issues. It cleans up well, we use bartender's fiend. The sink does not have any sound issues and has not been overly susceptible to scratches or dings. My wife was happy with the kitchen remodel in general and the sink in particular, and when Momma's happy, the rest of us at least have a shot of being happy.Read More
Questions & Answers
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What is meant by number of holes? It says 2. I did not think this sink made a difference to the holes required in the countertop. Please explain.
Hi tarrynb, The number of holes refers to the drains of the sink. Thank you for shopping with us.
Is the MSRP accurate on this Kraus Sink. It appears quite expensive compared to the other Kraus like models. Please confirm if this is a typo.
Hi ftwt1, thank you for your inquiry. We have verified this information with our support team and made the changes needed. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
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