This contemporary pull-out brass sprayer kitchen faucet will make washing the dishes much easier. The variety of finishes ensure you can choose one that suits your kitchen. The corrosion-resistant finish ensures long-lasting durability....more
We were impressed with the faucet, very solid and good-looking. Installation was a little time-consuming, but all went well eventually. At first the sprayer head would not stay in, but the adjustment of the weight line fixed that problem. I love the flexibility of the spray hose, I can now reach both my sinks. Good product, good value. Now I have to find a replacement for the water filter faucet in that same bronze finish!
This is a gorgeous kitchen faucet! It's big, and very heavy. Does not look or feel cheap at all. I have it in an undermounted deep stainless sink with granite countertops, and it looks gorgeous. Have been using it for over a year, and have had no problems with it. I get lots of compliments on it! Very nice - like something you'd see in a home design magazine. :)
This is a wonderful faucet, and a wise purchase. Since the reviews had been so helpful to me in making a decision, I decided to write a thorough one to help someone else. I spent a great deal of time researching faucets, and finally decided on this one. Why? My double sink measures 16” front to back on the inside. This gooseneck reaches further into the center. The spray head has NO buttons, but works by twisting the head, giving it a variable between spray and aerated, so you can have spray and solid stream at the same time. Can’t do that with the ones that have buttons, as they are either one or the other.
I do not like buying something without actually seeing it. I was not disappointed though. It came in good time, and when I opened the box, I was amazed at what I was seeing. This faucet is heavier and far more substantial than what the pictures seem to portray. Very well made. The gooseneck and faucet valve are much heavier and larger than what I thought the picture showed.
I am one of those guys that wants to do everything himself rather than pay good money to someone else who could not do it any better than I could. My old faucet was coming apart. I knew that I must replace it, but just did not want to go through doing so. Being 76, working on my back in a cramped space under and behind the sink just was not appetizing to me. Well, I was right. It was a difficult project, but most younger men could do it very easily. This was something I had never done before. Now that I have learned how to do it, it would be much easier and faster if I every had to do it again.
I must have been like two hours getting the old one out. And then another two hours getting the new one in. After studying the instructions, and looking at all the parts, everything was obviously rather intuitive, so that was not a problem. It was just getting to everything with the right tools that could be used in the hard to reach space that made it difficult.
A couple of tips: If you are replacing a faucet, forget using any existing feed tubing. GET NEW. The grommet washers / seals on the old ones will be molded out of shape, and you will have terrible leaks for sure. Do not try to save money by using them. It will more than likely just cause you time, wasted effort, and aggravation. (Do NOT ask me how I know that!!!) Measure how long you will need before buying. Too long will not be a problem. Too short WILL BE!!!
The room with mine between the faucet and backsplash was about two inches. That is not enough room to work the handle that turns the water all the way on. I angled it just a bit by pulling it toward me so that the handle would clear the backsplash. So, that was not a problem, and looks just as good.
I like to use the head in a hands free hanging down position, as it causes less splattering around the basin. This you cannot do if you put the included weight on the line. I left it off so I could “dangle” it hands free. If the weight is on the line, it will pull the head back in immediately when you let go of it. I just slide it up by hand when I am done, and that works just fine.
I hope this has been of help to someone. Whatever, this is one fine faucet, and you need not worry over purchasing it. And, I do not think you can beat the Overstock price on ANY faucet anywhere.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? The faucet was far better than what I perceived in the photos.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Excellent quality
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very accurate.
What a wise purchase this was! This faucet is not only beautiful, it works great. I love the fact that you can turn the dial on the sprayer to adjust the water spray pattern. My builder & plumber were even impressed with it.
This faucet is beautiful and made of heavy material. It seems very durable and has two flow options that are easily changed by twisting the sprayer. I have used it for several months now and I LOVE it. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because my friend that installed it had to move the weight that makes the sprayer retract. With the weight moved it isn't as long as it says it is, but is plenty long enough for me. It was very simple to do, but I wouldn't have known to do that myself. Prior to moving the weight, the sprayer kept falling out of the faucet and dangling. I am so pleased with it that I would buy it again knowing the weight had to be moved.
My husband just installed this faucet a few days in our kitchen. Instructions and install were very easy. For the price, this a great, stylish alternative to the more expensive faucets out there. I like the idea of the turn head to change spray function, rather than the push button. So far it's easy to change spray modes, but only time will tell how it holds up. My only complaint is that changing spray modes with the hose pulled out tends to be more difficult than a push button and takes 2 hands to do.
Does anyone know this info? Installs onto decks up to XXXX" thick. Also does it have a button that switches the water flow to spray?tonilee07 on Feb 14, 2014Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hello tonilee07, the plate for this item is 10 1/8 inches x 2 3/8 inches. The faucet does not have a button to switch flow/spray. If you have any additional questions please feel free to let us know. Thank you for shopping with us!
overstockcustomercare1 on Feb 28, 2014
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