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Elkay Everyday Single Hole Deck Mount Kitchen Faucet with Pull-out Spray Lever Handle + Optional Escutcheon Chrome
Elkay Everyday Single Hole Deck Mount Kitchen Faucet with Pull-out Spray Lever Handle + Optional Escutcheon Chrome is rated out of 5 by 2.
|Spray Type||Pull-out Spray|
|Features||Low Flow, Solid Brass Waterway Construction|
|Handle Type||Lever Handle|
|Spout Type||Pull-out Spray|
|Valve Type||Ceramic Disc|
|Valve Connection||3/8" Female Compression Hose Assembly|
|Flow Rate||1.500 GPM|
|Shipping Dimensions||L: 15"
|Approximate Shipping Weight (lbs)||5.65|
|Includes:||Optional 3-hole deck plate/escutcheon.|
|Code Compliance Faucets||ADA & ICC A117.1
ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1
NSF 372 (lead free)
|Special Note||1.5 GPM flow regulator installed (2.2 GPM flow regulator also included with faucet)|
Rated 5 out of 5 by BF from Perfect for low clearance shutter needs This is beautiful, functional, streamlined and one of the very few low clearance faucets on the market, which was a must for me in order to open my inward-opening plantation shutters, which are right above my sink.
Date published: 2017-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by Carolyn from Almost Perfect I've been using this faucet for about two months now and love almost everything about it, from the way it looks to the way it performs, except for two things: The lever handle is a little too short so that when I turn the water off, if my hands are wet, it inevitably leaves water dripped from my hand onto the counter around the faucet. If the lever handle was just a bit longer, the water from my wet hand would land in the sink instead. This isn't the fault of where the faucet was placed - it's as close as possible to the edge of the counter behind the sink. This issue may seem like a minor detail but I'm concerned that over time this water collecting at the base of the faucet onto the counter around and behind it will cause some repercussion on my countertop. So I feel obligated to wipe it dry constantly - not the end of the world I know - it wouldn't really be much of a problem if I were the only person using the faucet. But when friends and family are here and helping in the kitchen, there's quite a lot of water on the countertop around the base of the faucet. Also, I find I don't use the pull out feature very often since it doesn't really snap back into place - it needs to be 'put' back using a slight amount of force. Again, I feel over time this slight force could cause issues. If I had known these two things, I don't think I would have bought this faucet.
Date published: 2018-11-28