Rated 3 out of 5 by spsShowroom Over all a very nice faucet.
This faucet overall is a great faucet. It has one major design flaw in it. If the backsplash on the cabinet is more than 3/8" thick the lift rod does not work. It will not pull up correctly and stay in line with the connections underneath.
June 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by dlxl This is an excellent product.
This is an excellent product how ever I have the same problem with the back splash not allowing the drain to be able to close
off the water in order to fill the bowl partway. I would also like the work around, maybe it is better than what I am doing now.
I have two of these in my bathroom and would love to be able to use the drain pop up.
January 18, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sunnyone Solid contruction
The faucet is without a doubt very solidly built and the design and finish are first rate.
The description is misleading as it states "popup drain" and normally this means the type of drain that you push down to close and push down again to open.
The Delta faucets use the old-fashioned drain that requires pushing town on a cable that goes up and through the faucet base. I bought separate push down drain plugs to use instead of the Delta ones as they stay clean much longer with nothing to block them or collect hair and soap.
March 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RR Favorite faucets!
I have several of these. In a basement bathroom, where this is the only sink, we needed the faucet to be higher to be able to get a bucket under it, for work around the garage, and whole area. I was trying to find a different faucet that works as well as this one, and really liked some Brizos, but each had little glitches about it that made it not work; for instance, the one I liked the most didn't have an escutcheon plate to cover the holes in the counter. I don't like using a hot and cold faucet any more, with 2 handles, except for the bathtub, and this is perfect. I have one of the touch/sensor Addison faucets, and for a while it is quite annoying, as it goes on too often, and you have to keep turning it off. I've gotten more used to its quirks, but I like the non-touch better, as you can control better when the faucet goes on and when it goes off.
August 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tucson555 One of the best faucets I have used
Champagne Bronze color blends in well with out bright gold.
Was harder to install than I expected, but not to bad. Finish is great water spots wipe off easily. We have higher countertops and with the higher spout can was my hands without bending over, which is great with an old back!! Would buy again if we change the other bathroom. Have had faucet four months.
August 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jmc525 Great faucet
I love the single handle control and that it only uses 1 hole for installation.
The single handle makes control of the hot and cold much easier, use only 1 hand compared to the double knob controls I had and more consistent water temp.
The 1 hole installation makes cleaning the bathroom easier.
Also, love the sleek, clean design.
Very pleased with my purchase.
November 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by DfromTx Beautiful!
Bought the unusual finish of Champaign Bronze. Looks very rich & doesn't show water spotting. The faucet height works well even for a short vessel sink; however, the sink stopper wouldn't work for this application. The only detriment to this faucet is that the design requires about 3inches clearence behind the faucet if sinker stopper is to function.
November 7, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by AlexGr Satisfactory, but with gotchas
The kit includes the faucet and the drain.
I liked the champagne bronze finish and overall design.
The popup rod is angled back and may not fit all vanity top configurations, but it was marginally OK for a cultured marble top with oval integrated bowl and integrated backsplash. You may have to bend the rod after inserting it (which is quite easy and may be expected by the manufacturer).
The faucet is good enough. The one shortcoming is that if you turn the handle to hotter or colder, the stream rate will change. Maximum rate is in the middle. Other brands have about constant rate.
The drain is built pretty well. Don't forget to apply teflon tape or teflon sealant to the tube thread, though. And the common problem with Delta supplied (so called) Mack gasket - the rubber gasket that seals it - is that it leaks. It seems Delta made it with fancy ridges in the hole. You need to apply silicone grease to the hole, or buy a generic Mack gasket with plain hole.
April 16, 2013