Rated 5 out of 5 by DeltaGirl Luv Luv Love this faucet!
I am so happy with this faucet! I needed to cover up 2 extra holds left by an old 4 hole faucet and this one covered up the holes perfectly by using the plate that was included. We did have to ream out the main faucet hole as the new faucet was bigger around than the old one. Other than that the installation was easy. The sprayer button is on the front so you do have to be careful when picking it up or you will be sprayed. I was sprayed a couple of times because I was used to the button being on the back of the sprayer. I do love the look and the design of this set. I would highly recommended this faucet!
January 9, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by SteveA Love the faucet, but leaks
Purchased this faucet August, 2014. Love the design, easy install. But the sprayer kept leaking at the connection of the hose to the sprayer. We just wiped up the drips as they occurred until I finally unscrewed the sprayer from the hose and found that the threads on the hose section were damaged. As that part of the assembly was pre-assembled, I never noticed it, Will be filing for a replacement hose hose as a warranty replacement.
January 1, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jerryco This faucet is highly deficient in both design and function
The faucet was easy to install.
Once that was accomplished, and water turned on, the problems arose.
The Hand held spray unit leaks for a time when released.
The aerator does not inject sufficient air into the water stream, causing the water to splash excessively.
Delta replaced the aerator, but the new one works the same as the original. To repair the spray, they sent a control valve for the main faucet.
I would not recommend the purchase of this unit.
February 11, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Spatchcock Good looks, iffy performance
I've always had good luck with Delta products (my dad was a plumber who preferred them, too), so I bought this with high hopes. It does look nice, but there is one big issue: It drips. A lot.
Over the course of a year or so, the handle has gotten increasingly finicky; that is, you couldn't just push it to the left and expect it to shut off. It's gotten to the point where there is only one tiny, exact spot you can put the handle so the faucet doesn't drip. The result: constant dripping because no one expects that turning off the faucet should be an act of precision engineering.
Making things worse, I bought and installed it as a surprise for my wife, who didn't share my appreciation for its aesthetics. Now it drips like crazy (if you don't obsess on the handle) and I look like a schmuck for buying an expensive faucet that's increasingly difficult to shut off. My wife is not happy.
December 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by geoffwoerner Easiest I've ever installed
I despise plumbing and dreaded putting a new faucet.
The install was very simple, the new push in style fittings worked flawlessly, I was very skeptical of them.
The only downside was the attached supply lines, great idea but they were very much longer than I needed and very stiff, butI understand the need to make them that long to cover the wide variety of install options.
November 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Karenh updated looking faucet
I have only had this installed for approximately two weeks, but so far I really like the faucet. Its installed in my laundry room and I it makes it so much easier to fill buckets, etc. It really looks nice and sleek with its features.
February 5, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 Love the faucet
Love the faucet.Easy to install.The only problem I am having is a part I am looking for.I have the Savile model #11949-dst. I am looking for the 2.2 gpm aerator. I ordered the part number the manual had listed rp53998 however it does not fit my faucet.It will not screw in. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
April 1, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by oldsmaj Design and quality
Ease of installation was great. The sprayer drips after every use (quality) The spout has a spring that keeps it from being set to one side or the other and out of the way when using the sink. (design) Can the spring be released or unhooked?
October 6, 2013