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Elkay Quartz Luxe 33" x 19" x 10", Equal Double Bowl Undermount Sink with Aqua Divide
List Price $719.00
Elkay Quartz Luxe 33" x 19" x 10", Equal Double Bowl Undermount Sink with Aqua Divide is rated out of 5 by 3.
|Number of Bowls||2|
|Minimum Cabinet Size||36|
|Bowl One Dimensions||L: 15.17
|Bowl Two Dimensions||L: 15-3/16"
|Bowl Three Dimensions||L: 15.17
|Drain Size 2||3.5|
|Shipping Dimensions||L: 37.625
|Approximate Shipping Weight (lbs)||59|
|Code Compliance Sinks||CSA B45.5/IAPMO Z124|
|Special Note||Recommended Bottom Grid: LKOBG1415SS; Recommended Drains: LKQS35, LKQD35, LK99|
Rated 3 out of 5 by Wens from Nice sink, except..... Would like to give it 5 stars, but when our Countertops were measured, they noticed a small spot on the bowl. Contractor says he can try to cover it up when then install it.
Date published: 2018-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by walkeverywhere from beautiful this was a second choice as the Kohler sink was not available. I adore this sink and am so glad I purchased it rather than the Kohler !!!
Date published: 2019-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Courtney R from Beautiful sink with great functionality I absolutely love this sink! Not only is it a gorgeous State I think he's in the kitchen but the design is so functional. I'm a fan of having two separate bowls But realize how inconvenient it can be to only wash on one side of the sink when you have a large dishes. The 50/50 split or as they call it the aqua split is the perfect solution to having the Style of a single bowl with the convenience of having two distinct basins. And the color OMG could not love it more. We went with white cabinets and a black Island in our kitchen. The kitchen overall has a lot of white to it and the sink is a perfect complement to the Black Island. I think it's an awesome alternative to the typical stainless steel. Granted I went way over budget buying this sink of it stainless steel version, I don't regret it one bit. Of course I had to do caviar instead of just black which was even more expensive but in comparing the black stopper to the caviar stopper I love the highly pigmented black of the caviar. That's a good tip if you can't decide which color to get just by the stoppers. They're not particularly cheap but they are good way to see exactly which one will work in your kitchen before spending the $400 on the sink. Overall it seems very good quality and quieter than typical stainless steel. Bowls seem a lot deeper than they are which is nice.
Date published: 2018-09-27