This sink is beautiful. It looks like a $*** sink. It is unique and I'm surprised how much attention it has received! Everyone has commented on it, from our granite installers to my brother in law. I wanted a sink big enough to wash a baby, and this one is actually wide enough and deep enough to fit my baby's bath tub. It is insulated well so it isn't noisy, which is especially important with a large sink. Overall this is one of my favorite features in my new kitchen. However, there are two slightly negative aspects to the sink. The first is rather obvious, but as someone who went from a two-bowl sink to a one-bowl sink, I didn't think about it much until after the installation; it is difficult to wash dishes because it only has one bowl. The size is large enough that purchasing a small container/tub to keep in the sink with clean water and to put the clean dishes in until you are ready to rinse works well. If you use a dishwasher, this doesn't matter much. The other somewhat negative thing about this sink would also be true on the more expensive version. The sink doesn't drain as well as my older, cheaper model. In the more common stainless sinks, the corners are more gradual. Where the sides meet the bottom has a gradual curve instead of a sharp corner. The water drains fine, but we have found that small bits of food, coffee grounds, etc need to be washed down the drain with our pull down faucet.
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