Hi. I am looking for a an undermount rounded stainless steel kitchen sink , single basin, that measures 30x19 interior or 32x21 exterior. we are replacing a double basin. it seem slike thi sis standard size for double basin, but off by 2 inches on width for ANY single basin. Can you help?
VIGO 32-Inch Undermount Stainless-Steel Kitchen Sink, Grid and Strainer Bundle
Commercial grade stainless steel makes this undermount sink from VIGO a great addition to any functional kitchen. This sink is undercoated and padded for sound elimination and also prevents condensation.
ITEM#: 13692349Commercial grade stainless steel makes this undermount sink from VIGO a great addition to any functional kitchen. This sink is undercoated and padded for sound elimination and also prevents condensation. This stylish and highly functional sink can transform your kitchen easily. With lots of room for large pans and practical drain grooves, this sink is designed for optimal function and dependability. At 30 x 17 inches on the interior, this roomy sink is deep enough to tackle any load of washing up.
- Sink type: Kitchen
- Sink style: Undermount
- Sink material: 16-gauge premium 304 series stainless steel
- Commercial grade premium scratch-resistant satin finish
- Mounting hardware included
- Guaranteed to never rust
- Fully undercoated and padded with a unique multi-layer, sound-eliminating technology, which also prevents condensation
- Distinctive 25 mm radius curved corners designed for convenient functionality and easy clean
- Elegant and functional drain grooves
- Exterior dimensions: 32 inches wide x 19 inches deep
- Interior dimensions: 30 inches long x 17 inches wide x 9.875 inches deep
- Required interior cabinet space: 34 inches
- Rear standard 3.5-inch drain placement which provides maximum storage and cabinet space
- Model number: VGR3219CK1
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|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
|Material||Stainless Steel Steel|
|Length||Less than 18"|
|Width||31 - 33"|
|Height||10 - 13""|
|Number of Bowl||Single Bowl|
|Number of Faucet Handle||No Handle|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Bowl Depth||9 inches or More|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Sink Drain location||Bottom Center|
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This sink is so deep and I can hide all of my dirty dishes until I can get to them. The grate on the bottom is wonderful protection from scratches and hot pans. I love it!Read More
Love this sink. It is huge and with the grate it allows more flexibility and less noise. Some reviews commented it was hard to get food items out of the corners but we also bought the Vigo Dual Function pull out spray faucet and it works great to get things out of the corners. Our kitchen designer also said this was a great sink and a great deal. With the holidays the size was great to handle large pans and platters. Love, love, love!Read More
This is awesome! I've had it in a week and it replaces a Kohler that I had tarnished with silver cleaner. The builder was replacing my granite so now was the time to do it! I have ordered about every 32" single bowl sink Overstock has on here. This one is more shiny than the others. My kitchen has chrome accents, lights, pulls, faucet (appliances are stainless steel). This sink looks so good with the chrome faucet! As the other reviews have mentioned a single bowl sink is great for large pans (and washing your babies if necessary). I also LOVE the zero radius...the other sinks seem to have rounded corners that appeared they would hold food so you would end up with a little pool of food deposits over in the corner. Yes they would be easy to clean but zero radius sinks are not the much more work. Yes, you have to use your scrubber to get in there, but you have to do that anyway. Plus, I just love the look of this sink coupled with the square cut of our granite... it is just beautiful. This was a great price and the quality and sound deadening seems to but right up there with the Kohler. This sink has its drain a bit further back toward the back of the sink. I like it because now my faucet water goes directly down the drain vs before when it would run down and hit the sink and splatter. Probably not a big deal but beware that this drain is back further and might be an issue where you would need to reapply the plumbing to fit the disposal...but it took my plumber only about 45 min to do so. Just buy it, you will love it.Read More
I wanted a stylish looking sink that wasn't too expensive for our kitchen remodel last year. The sink was easy enough for the plumber to install and, so far, we haven't have any issues with chips, breaks or anything. The metal inset for the bottom proved to be a giant waste of money as my only very minor criticism of the sink is that the bottom of it is not sloped down enough to the drain so you can't just swish the water around and expect the food bits to drain out, you have to wipe them out by hand...totally a first world problem I know! I would buy this sink again in a heartbeat!Read More
The sink is as advertised - nice and deep. The rounded interior corners make it easy to keep clean, as opposed to the sharp corners on other models.Read More
Very nice sink with outer insulation. The insulation does scratch off easy. Also sink makes buckling noise when boiling water is poured in. We let it cool down first before dumping into sink. Overall, good sink and would buy again. Very large and can fit big pots/pans.Read More
I love this sink. We just had a kitchen 'facelift' and this may be my favorite part about the entire project. I love that I can fit big pots and pans in there to be washed. Unfortunately, the bottom of the sink was scratched by contractor tools and carelessness before we even got to break it in... BUT, the grid that comes with the sink will help prevent that for new sinks. I love the room in there... it is big and very practical. Would HIGHLY recommend to a friend.Read More
This is a great sink. It is a huge sink, big enough to soak even my largest pans. It looks great. Make sure you compare dimensions to your current sink, it is very deep. It's my take on a contemporary farmhouse sink that you don't have to cut out the front of your cabinet to install. I read the reviews and expected it to drain well, but it does not. With the wire rack in, you end up with debris on the bottom or spend lots of water rinsing and rinsing. Otherwise you have to take the rack out and wipe it down.Read More
Value is there with this product. Shipped on time.Read More
Undermount sink looks great .It is deep,but I wanted a deep sink. Qualiy & finish of the stainless seem very good,It has not gotten alot of wear yet but seems to be well made.Read More
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