I am very pleased with the quality of this faucet. It looks like one of those high end faucets. I have gotten so many compliments on them. I purchased 2 for my upstairs bathrooms, and I am going to purchase another for my downstairs half of bath. Thanks Overstock!
The term "brass" faucets is misleading, as many of the inner parts are plastic. The hot side leaked because the plastic inside parts didn't fit and were defective. I also ordered the oil rubbed bronze versions of this faucet, which have larger "spouts" than the chrome/nickel model -- it's really tiny. The water doesn't even come on until you've turned the handles at least half-way. Cheap quality. Would not buy again and would not recommend.
Good product instructions not so useful got it worked out
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? good
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. real brass
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? good
I was so happy with this product. Really nice quality, sleek look, easy to install. Can't go wrong with this particular faucet. I'd recommend it to a friend and already have.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Perfect
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. High
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Right on
The quality and function of the faucet are great, but let me remind you it does say mini. The spout where the water comes out barely clears the porcelain of my sink. I bought this for a guest bathroom in the basement and it's better than what I had, but I wished I would have spent an extra 20-30$ and got a full sized wide spread faucet. I don't really love the red and blue plastic rings on each handle either, but you get what you pay for.
- Did the color match the color displayed onsite? yes
- How is the quality of the product? fair
- Did the description onsite accurately describe the product? sort of
After professional plumbers, who charge more per hour than I make in a day, have installed and reinstalled this faucet three times, the last one said it must be a defective product and I should send it back. Of course, the first plumber threw away the packaging, so exactly how can I get it uninstalled and send it back? Specifically, unless the aerator is removed (increasing the risk of the water shooting past the sink onto the floor) there seems to be a back pressure that causes a strong leak under the sink. So I am out hundreds of dollars for three plumber visits, two vacation days to accommodate their scheduling, and the cost of the materials, and what have I accomplished? I got rid of an old leaky faucet and have a very expensive new leaky faucet.
I bought a pair of these to replace the faucets in our kids "jack and jill" bathroom. Most spread (8 inch) faucet sets are much more expensive so the price of these is what prompted the purchase. Installation was not too bad. Quality and craftmanship was OK. Overall they will work and are worth the price. If you are looking for a low cost, reasonable faucet for a second bath this one will work. I don't think I would recommend for the master bathroom though.