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VIGO 32-inch Undermount Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink, Grid and Strainer
This 32-inch undermount stainless steel sink from Vigo will make a perfect addition to your kitchen. The spacious single bowl design makes washing large plates and pans simple, and the rust-proof stainless steel will keep this looking great for years.
ITEM#: 13692367This undermount kitchen sink from VIGO is a great centerpiece for any kitchen remodeling project. This sink features a single bowl design and is constructed from 16-gauge premium grade T-304 stainless steel. This VIGO kitchen sink offers functionality and style. Standard drain placement allows maximum storage space, and the angular zero-radius corners provide a distinctive modern look. A single faucet hole and polished finish contribute to the sleek design. Guaranteed to never rust, this sink is a perfect new installation or a quick kitchen update.
- Sink type: Kitchen
- Sink style: Undermount
- Sink material: 16-gauge premium 304 series stainless steel
- Fully undercoated and padded with a unique multi-layer, sound-eliminating technology, which also prevents condensation
- Distinctive angular zero radius corners design for convenient functionality and stylish look
- Elegant and functional drain grooves included
- Commercial grade premium scratch-resistant satin finish
- Guaranteed to never rust
- Exterior dimensions: 32 inches long x 19 inches wide
- 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
- Cutout template provided for 0.125-inch reveal or flush installation
- Mounting hardware included
- Model number: VG3219CK1
Certified and listed by UPC, cUPC, CSA, IAPMO, ANSI and SCC
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
|Material||Stainless Steel Steel|
|Width||31 - 33"|
|Height||Over 13&quot;&quot; Over 13"|
|Number of Bowl||Single Bowl|
|Number of Faucet Handle||Single 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 Center|
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Love this sink and the grate that goes with it is awesome! Despite what i read from another cleaning this is not a problem...Read More
Beautiful sink. Might be too deep if you are not on the taller side. It is a stunner.Read More
GREAT SINK!! I LOVE THIS AND CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE IN MY KITCHEN.Read More
Second house built using this sink. Love it. The grate at the bottom is fabulous to make sure your guests don't trash the sink with scratches, etc!Read More
Got the sink really fast and it looked beautiful, except that I learned what "undermount" meant - had to return it as it would be too much work to install it as an undermount sink.Read More
I absolutely love this sink! We recently re-modeled our house and went modern/industrial with the kitchen. I nearly went the cheap rout and went with the free sink provided by my granite company but will be eternally grateful I did not. It came wrapped well without any damage and it is super deep! I can easily put my largest stock pot in the bottom and still wash cookie sheets over the top of it without splashing water. My mother-in-law jokes I could easily bathe twins in it (she is hoping for grandkids soon :). My only complaint is that it doesn't rinse super easy - you have to pull out the grate and use a sponge to clean food out of the bottom. But for the price and to someone who is used to cheap double-bowled sinks in apartments for years it is the lap of luxury!Read More
Overall a solid SS sink that looks great. The coating underneath gives it a solid feel and reduces noise of water hitting the bottom.Read More
Love this sink - it is large and spacious and great for cleaning large pots and pans after family dinners. The stainless steel is beautiful and looks sleek in our new kitchen. It adds a very modern touch, but is very utilitarian as well. The grid that comes with the sink is also awesome and is useful so that you do not scratch the bottom of the sink. If you order this sink, a pull-out sprayer faucet is needed as the sink is so big, one needs the sprayer to be able to get to the corners of the sink. My only suggestion for improvement...I wish the sink sloped down at a greater angle towards the drain. Food tends to get stuck in corners and unless you have a sprayer, it is hard to remove. Otherwise, the sink is a awesome addition to our kitchen.Read More
This is exactly what I was looking for. I needed a new undermount sink and faucet to go with my new quartz countertop. I really wanted to get commercial quality and a commercial look for my kitchen makeover and this sink is perfect. Not only is it beautiful and excellent quality, but the price for all three pieces was excellent as well. I was nervous about ordering it sight unseen, but because the other reviews were very good, I took a chance. I could not be happier. I also found the perfect faucet here and will be looking for light fixtures next!Read More
I went back and forth as to what sink to purchase and finally ended on this one. I love a single bowl sink. I will never go back to a double bowl sink. However, this sink is really hard to clean because it is squared at the bottom and has very minimal slope to it. You have to constantly lift the strainer out from the bottom of the sink to manually clean the sink and dig food out of the corners and manually sweep them to the disposal. I was warned about this from a friend and didn't realize I'd be doing it every single time I cook or clean the kitchen. I have a long faucet with moveable spray and it doesn't help. There is no slope to the drain. Last night I found myself intentionally cutting the tops off strawberries directly over the hole for the disposal to keep from having to lift the strainer and clean the sink. I also found the sink to scratch easily. We've had it installed for 3 months and there are a lot of scratches and we ALWAYS have the strainer/grill at the bottom. Looks great at gives a modern look to a kitchen. Looking back, I'd probably do the rounded edges to get the rounded edges/slope in the bowl and help with the cleaning. The stainless steel sink looks great in my kitchen with Jenn-Air appliances.Read More
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Thank you for contacting us cathy1229. Yes you may install a garbage disposal under the sink as long as you have enough space to accommodate it. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
Can a garbage disposal be installed with this sink?
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Is this a brushed finish or high shine?
Commercial grade premium scratch-resistant satin finish
Is this sink made in the USA?
This sink is made in China.
Is this an undermount sink ?
Yes this is an undermount sink.
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