Available in a variety of metallic finishes, this vessel sink pop-up drain enhances the form and function of any rounded fixture with a 1.75-inch drain opening. The kit includes necessary hardware and detailed instructions to ensure easy installation....more
If drains had beauty pageants this one would be the winner. I love this drain. It's heavy, high-quality, and looks very sharp. I bought the satin nickel version of this and paired it with the Vigo Laredo glass vessel sink and it looks great! http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Vigo-Laredo-Tempered-Glass-Vessel-Sink/3442376/product.html
I am EXTREMELY HAPPY with this purchase!
I purchased this to accompany a vessel sink, also purchased from Overstock. This pop-up drain was true to specifications and fit perfectly. With just a slight press of your fingertip, you can close and/or open the drain. The finish goes well with my polished brass bathroom fixtures.
I ordered this pop up drain in bronze for our new 1/2 bath vessel sink. I just knew I needed to buy one, so didn't pay much attention during the purchase. It's beautiful and very heavy/sturdy. We bought a copper sink so it's gorgeous and looks exactly like the picture. It was really easy to install and came with detailed directions with lots of pictures (which I need). I definitely recommend over anything less expensive.
It is a pop up drain, Diana, but I do not know what "overflow" means in this context.begete on Nov 15, 2013
my sink doesn't have an overflow, I don't believe the new sinks oval or square, glass? have an overflow you can chat with a specialist on overstock for helpshopper909909 on Nov 25, 2013
W/out.... make sure you get the correct one for your sink, do not rely on Overstock.com. You need a PU11 w/overflow if that is what your sink requires... (I got mine from Amazon)wags2034 on Dec 1, 2013
Sinks have overflows - that whole up by the top rim that drains if "filled to the brim". This does have a pushd-down stopper, if that's what you mean.ktinadiva on Jan 17, 2014
This is an important question, and I am glad you asked it. Drains with extra undesired holes, and those with no holes where you need them, are both real problems. Be very careful here. ALL sinks do NOT have overflows. It used to be rare to find one that didn't, but not any longer. The 'new' vessel sinks typically do not have overflows, as they are basically large bowls with only 1 hole (in the bottom) for the direct drain into the plumbing. Other sinks of all shapes and sizes do have need of a drain assembly WITH overflow (just as ktinadiva says...it's related to the extra drain hole near the top that keeps the sink from overflowing the rim if their is too much water in the sink itself). Check your sink carefully as they are sometimes disguised to not detract from the appearance. If you get the wrong combination, you will have a mess on your hands...either you will end up with water all over the floor, or you will have 'trapped' water in sink overflow that can't go anywhere & will rapidly grow all sorts of stuff. The 'WITH overflow' drain assembly has an additional hole in the 'pipe' just below the plug, that needs to line up with the hidden opening where water comes through after entering that other hole at the sink rim. If you have a WITH overflow sink and a WITH overflow drain assembly, you still need to be careful to get those matching overflow openings lined up correctly when you do the installation. Good luck with your project.alwaysupgrading on Apr 3, 2014
I would like to know if this is the replacement drain that comes with the Legion Furniture Floral Glass Bowl Vessel Bathroom Sink item # 14535325. ?
Pattipdr123 on Jan 26, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Unfortunately, we do not have that information. We are not sure which pop-up drain comes with SKU 14535325. This pop-up drain fits any standard 1.75-inch opening installation. Thank you for your inquiry, please don't hesitate to contact with additional questions.overstockcustomercare1 on Jan 29, 2013
how is a popup drain different than a regular sink drain? can it be lowered to stop up the sink? i assume it is raised and lowered directly on the drain , not with a lever. on Mar 11, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
A pop up drain has a lever that can open and close the drain with the 'pop up', so that you can fill and drain the sink; a standard drain cannot do this. It is a lever that can attach to your faucet, if your faucet is meant for a pop up drain.overstockcustomercare1 on Mar 13, 2012
Actually, I called Kraus Support. This particular drain works by pushing down in the center of the drain to both open and close it. It does NOT require nor can it accomodate a lever mechanism.
With this information, I am now ready to buy this product.loves2cook on Aug 15, 2012
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