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VIGO Single Lever Chrome Finish Faucet
Precision is only a step away with this drip-free single lever chrome finish VIGO faucet.
ITEM#: 12258946Precision is only a step away with this drip-free single lever chrome finish VIGO faucet.
- Solid brass construction ensures durability and longer life
- VIGO finishes resist corrosion and tarnishing, exceeding industry durability standards
- Mineral-resistant nozzle is easy-to-clean
- High-quality ceramic disc cartridge ensures maintenance free use
- Features easy single-hole installation
- Water pressure tested for industry standard
- 1.5 GPM flow rate
- All mounting hardware and hot/cold waterlines included
- Standard US plumbing 3/8-inch connections
- Pop-up not included
- Overall height: 6.125 inches
- Standard 1 3/8-inch diameter opening is required
- This VIGO faucet is cUPC, NSF-61, AB1953, and WaterSense certified by IAPMO
|Faucet Style||Single Hole|
|Faucet Set||Bathroom Sets|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
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Looks excellent and high class in my powder room. Very well made and sturdy, solid feel!Read More
I had this faucet installed in my vacation home. So far there are no leaks or problems. I'd never heard of this brand before but the action of the lever is smooth, there is good flow, and the finish is very nice.Read More
I purchased two of these faucets for a dual vanity. They are beautiful and work very well. My only complaint is there is a bolt that screws into the bottom of the faucet to mount it to the vanity, and the manufacturer did not put threads into the hole in either faucet. You could not screw the bolt in (imagine a bolt with threads and a smooth hole to screw it into). The bolt is not self-tapping. After half an hour of trying to get the bolt to cut its own threads into the faucet, I had to go to the hardware store and buy a tap. A bit frustrating and time consuming, and possibly not every home owner has tapped threads into a product before. This could be a big problem for some. Hopefully the two I purchased were an anolmaly.Read More
Faucet was great. No issues installing. Only thing missing was the stopper,..must purchase a separate push button sink stopper. Thankfully carried in stock at the big box stores.Read More
great faucet. won't regret it. great quality, great looks. Just exceptional.Read More
I bought this for the design and style. I wanted a faucet design that encouraged water from wet hands to run into the sink rather than all over the base of the faucet. Given that parameter, I wanted a sleek simple style. This was it. Installation was quick, my plumber would have liked a bit more length on the threaded portion that goes thru the counter. However we installed on 3cm granite, so our countertop is thick. We have a double vanity and there is a slight gap on the left side of both faucets where the base trim piece sits on the counter. The gap is slightly more than the thickness of a piece of paper. Water could get under the trim but won't run under the counter since the trim piece has a gasket recessed in from the edge. Please note this faucet does not come with a drain as most faucets do. The drain must be ordered separately.Read More
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Hello twelvepack, the reach is 2.5 inches. Have a great day!
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