We were wavering between two sinks, and the deciding factor was that this listing said it was 3/4" thick, whereas the other was 1/2". That turned out to be wrong. It would be hard to measure without calipers, but it certainly appears to be no more than 1/2" thick. Other than that, we're very pleased with this stylish sink. It looks quite elegant in our half bath, which is the one most often used by visitors. Glass tends to show hard water marks more than some other materials. We keep an extra washcloth in the bathroom and dry it off frequently, which has kept it looking perfect. Be sure your installer pays attention to the directions about the size of the drain hole. Ours had to enlarge the hole after installing the granite because he just assumed the drain was a certain size. I don't know if it's that unusual, but I didn't enjoy having granite dust in the house, so I thought I'd give others a heads up. You'll need to also be sure that the size of the drain you buy matches the sink.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? It is accurate for the inside, but the outside looks more orange.
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. It looks nice. I think it wil hold up under normal use.
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? The specs were innaccurate. Sink is not as thick as stated.