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Kraus 'Aldo' Steel Vessel Filler Faucet with Pop-up Drain
These stainless steel faucets for vessel sinks are the ultimate piece of contemporary decor for your bathroom or kitchen. These faucets feature an innovative 360-degree swivel function, a lever handle, ceramic cartridge, and a glossy steel finish.
ITEM#: 12708134The Kraus Aldo bathroom faucet combines quality and durability with elegance and style. With a 360-degree swivel and a stainless steel finish, this vessel filler strikes the perfect balance.
- Faucet type: Bathroom
- Number of handles: Single-handle
- Faucet finish options: Stainless steel
- Faucet type: Vessel filler
- Handle shape: Lever
- Spout reach: 6 inches
- Faucet height: 14.2 inches
- Spout height: 9 inches
- Hole size required: 1.5 inches in diameter
- Single-hole, top-mount installation
- Standard US plumbing connections
- Solid brass
- Ceramic cartridge
- Model number: KVF-2180-PU-10SN
- ADA Compliant
- Pop-up drain dimensions 7 inches high x 3-inch diameter top x 1.25-inch diameter bottom
- Flange is 2.25 inches in diameter
- Fits any standard 1.75-inch opening installation
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||Stainless steel, solid brass|
|Finish||Brass Stainless Steel|
|Height||Over 11 Inches|
|Faucet Set||Bathroom Sets|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Product Features||ADA Compliant Includes Hardware|
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I was worried to buy online a faucet a could not feel due to metal covered plastic and flimsy ones - this is NOT one of those. It arrives in a very nice box, with lots of padding. The faucet itself if VERY substantial, and very expensive looking and feeling. The top swivels, so that you can move the spout out the way if you want to lean over and rinse your face off or wash delicates out in the sink. That sais, it does not "loosely" swivel or swing around wildly. It feels like a much more expensive faucet. That feature is very nice to have. I am VERY VERY happy to have this. You cannot go wrong!!! One of the few times the price and product met to make a great deal!!! I bought 3 of them, it is that nice.Read More
beautiful addition to the vessel sink. Stainless steel is a good choice over chromeRead More
Bought this faucet and drain combo to match with the vessel sink (also purchased from overstock). Both looks great. The faucet is well constructed and has some weight to it.Read More
I decided to "go all out" when building my guest powder room down stairs as it's the one everyone uses when I have company. I wanted to pair this with the 100% stainless bowl vessel found here on Overstock. I opted to spend the extra $100 over the Nickel version to make sure it matches the SS vessel. This thing is awesome! Water pressure is great. It rotates very far (way beyond the limits of the bowl so it's easy to fill up pots or buckets without having to cram them in the sink under the faucet. The only thing that bugs me is that the water pressure changes depending on if what temp you are at. When you're at the "middle" temp setting where the handle is centered, the water pressure is about 30% more that if you're at either max. This is due to the fact you're pushing water pressure from both hot and cold versus just hot or just cold. My other house fixtures don't have this issue so I'm not sure how much of it is bad design vs something inherent in these style of faucets. It's not really noticeable but worth mentioning. Overall a great buy. Very high quality. Get noticed and matches well with the SS vessel. Everything is stainless, even the nut that goes under the drain pipe!Read More
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Pop Up Drain is constructed from solid brass and available in Satin nickel. Designed to work with any vessel sink with above counter installation, including glass, stone and ceramic (without overflow) Fits any standard 1.75-Inch opening installation. All rubber gaskets needed for installation of the drain are included. 7-Inch high x 3-Inch diameter (at the top) with 1.25-Inch diameter at the bottom. Flange is 2.25-Inch diameter.
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