Savile Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser

Model #:19949-RBSD-DST

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Finish Shown: Venetian® Bronze
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Product Features and Benefits

  • High-arc spout swivels 360º for complete sink access
  • Pull-down spout expands reach and work area
  • High arc spout provides extra clearance for deep pots and pans
  • Matching soap dispenser and optional deck escutcheon included
  • Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty

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2 or 4-hole 8″ installation
  • Number of Handles: 1
  • Tall/High-Arc: Yes
  • Pull-out/Pull-down: Yes
  • With Side Sprayer: No
  • With Soap/Lotion Dispenser: Yes
  • Valve Type: DIAMOND(TM) Seal Valve
  • Flow Rate: 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Holes/Width: 2 or 4-hole 8″ installation

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Savile Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser 4.6 5 61 61
LOVE THIS FAUCET!!! I absolutely love this faucet!! It works great and is beautiful! The best advice I received when remodeling my kitchen was "Don't skimp on the faucet"!!! I would recommend (and have recommended) this faucet to anyone looking for a faucet! Love, love, love it!! Thanks, Delta! June 27, 2012
Excellent design love this faucet, seems like you are in five star hotel room or in custom made designer home. love to do the dishes over and over again. the only problem i have so far is the soap dispenser, by keep filling the dispenser again and again the head has come apart and becomes difficult to pull out for the refill. it does have life time warranty as per the box, so i am gonna see if the company is gonna replace that. September 28, 2014
Good decision After reading lots of reviews I choose the Delta Savile. It looks so much better in real life than online. I love the strong magnate to hold it in place while not in use. I actually saw some other brands in the stores and they already were sagging. This is a strong magnate that will last. It also comes with a soap/lotion dispenser with is great for having less clutter on the sink. The color is great and the style is sleek and classic. All in all, very good quality with a great warranty, if you will need it. July 7, 2012
Great Finish We installed this faucet about 6 months ago and we love it. the finish is fantastic, and the pull down feature is so much better than having the seperate sprayer on the side. We can switch from "stream" of water to a "shower" of water. The arc of the spout allows for filling up tall things including vases much easier and faster. Plus if you have something that needs to "soak" but is too big for the bottom of the sink you can pull the spout down and it will easily reach an area beside the sink with out spraying down the kitchen. well worth the money. July 8, 2012
Great Faucet Love everything about it except one thing. When you pull the head of the faucet out to use as a sprayer to fill up the coffee maker which is higher than where the faucet sits it pinches off the water pressure unless you take your other hand and pull the flexible tube down more from the faucet. This is more of a problem with the design for any manufacturer of this type of product and is why I gave the design 4 out of 5 stars but still a great faucet once you get use to the hot and cold functions. July 7, 2013
Fabulous!!! Just installed this model to replace a broken Moen single-hole, single-pull kitchen faucet. This Delta faucet is part of the Delta DST (Diamond Seal Technology) series of faucets, which are fantastic. Go to the Delta web site to watch their video on why DST is better and lasts 10x longer than the industry standard. I was mainly sold on the ease of installation of their DST faucets -- I've never done something like this before, and the installation went as smoothly as their installation video on their web site said it would. In fact,the hardest part of the project was removing the old Moen faucet and soap dispenser! They even provide a socket tool to tighten the nut that holds the faucet down from the bottom. The only tool you need to supply to install this faucet is a small adjustable wrench (small to fit in tight spaces under your counter). This faucet, like all Delta DST faucets, comes with extra long water lines so no extension lines are needed. Very, very smartly designed. The high arc of the spout is a nice change, too, from our broken Moen, and the pull-out nozzle works like a charm. This faucet comes with a LIFETIME warranty. I am completely sold on Delta; I will never buy a Moen anything. July 7, 2012
Leak from base of handle. The unit as a whole was a nice piece. We noticed after a couple of days that there was water accumulating at the base of the unit. After watching it a few days and had a plummer out to check our pipes and the assembly it was determined that there was a leak from the base of the handle itself. We returned the unit. We ended up with a similar unit but from Moen. From date of installation, now 2 1/2 weeks, we've had NO leaks. Sorry, I did like Delta's style a bit more. January 13, 2014
Good looking faucet with Delta Quality We upgraded our stainless steel sink to a black granite/resin sink (9 inch deep) and upgraded the faucet to the Savile pull down model on display at Lowes. Have had positive experience with other Delta products. This faucet had the magnetic catch which we wanted and included the soap dispenser. After reading various reviews on this site, as well as another site, realized we had the option to move the lever to either side at installation. Was a bit of a quandry as I am right handed and my spouse is left handed. Also we had to fit in an air gap and the soap dispenser on the sink. But all worked out and we like how it functions. The longer hose helps get to all areas of the sink. We are still configuring the storage area under the sink as the longer hose has a tendency to periodically get snagged on the under sink shelving. (Not the faucet's fault!) Like the convenience of the button to shift between spray and "regular". Color is an absolute match with some upgraded cabinet knobs I bought prior to the purchase of the faucet. Purchased a metal air gap cap from another source, but a perfect match to the faucet. Very pleased with appearance and operation. We had this professionally installed. The installer appeared to have no challenges with the installation instructions or process. October 22, 2012
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what kind of soap is recommended to use in the the dispenser?

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Hi Sharon64,

Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 19949-RBSD-DST has a soap dispenser that will use any liquid soap. The only kind we do not recommend is the foaming soap.

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Low water flow

I have a Delta model 19949-DST kitchen facet. It has very low water flow and it is not caused by the head of the facet the sprayer head has been cleaned repeatedly as Delta has recommended. The water flow from the pipe is adequate so it has to be between the water pipe connection to the sprayer head. What do you recommend?
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Hi Rich, We are sorry that you are experiencing a problem with your model 19949-SSSD-DST faucet. You can remove the wand and turn the faucet on to flush the lines. Pull out the RP50587 valve assembly and make sure that it is free of any debris or mineral build up. As a final step unscrew the supply lines from the shut off valves under the sink after you have turned off the water supply. Make sure that they are clean and free of debris and that nothing is blocking the flow of water out of the shut offs themselves. Here is a link to the parts breakdown of your faucet to help with the repair.
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Can I purchase an aerator to reduce the gpm?

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Hi Smiller, Thank you for your question. You can replace the 1.8 gallon per minute aerator in you model 19949-SSSD-DST faucet for one with a lower flow rate. The RP60983 at 1.5 gpm, the RP63886 at 1.0 gpm, and the RP60729 at 0.5 gpm will all fit your faucet model.
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When connecting the hub to the escutcheon, do I still use the base ring and gasket?

The base ring and gasket do not fit inside or outside of both the vertical tabs on the round ring that the hub fits on!
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Hi Gary, Thank you for your question. If you are installing the faucet using the 3 hole escutcheon you will not use the base ring and gasket used in a single hole install.
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Do you have a taller arch that can be used with the savile kitchen faucet? We have the bronze finish.

Our sink is about an inch below the counter surface. Two or more inches taller would make a big difference in our kitchen. Thank you.
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Hi Doug, Thank you for your question. The spout on the model 19949-RBSD-DST faucet is not interchangeable with another taller spout.
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yes bronze finish
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What is the height of this faucet?

I have a max of 10" of clearance to the bottom of a kitchen cabinet. Will this faucet fit?
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Hi Federico, Thank you for your question. The model 19949-SSSD-DST will not fit under your cabinet. The spout is approximately 14-5/8" tall.
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After final mounting, the maximum height from the top of counter or sink top, to the outside top of spout is exactly 15 inches. If you only have a 10 inch clearance from sink top to cabinet, any tall spout faucet may not be an option.
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Is there any way to adjust the faucet so it is easier to find the warm water setting?

It seems like there is only a tiny "sweet spot" to get warm water. Move it a little bit one way or the other, and it is either extremely hot or cold.
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Hi lagivens, Thank you for your question. You will find it easier to find the warm temperature when the water is at a higher flow rate. Once you find the desired temperature you can reduce the water flow to a slower rate.
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No specific adjustment for this setting. The only user adjustment pertains to hot water temp, and is explained in the direction sheet supplied with faucet.
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Hi Bobbi, Thank you for your question. The soap dispenser bottle is a 13 ounce bottle. You should be able to pour 12 ounces of soap or lotion in when empty.
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about a pint and a half i guess
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What is the faucet clearance?

I have a basic stainless steel sink, with a middle separator that runs flush with the top of the sink. I'm in the market for a faucet with as much space between it and this separator as possible. How many inches clearance would this faucet provide?
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Hi CM,
Thank you for your question. The model 19949-SSSD-DST has 7-39/64" of clearance to the bottom of the wand/spout.
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When install this faucet, do you need to put plumbers putty or silicone around the bottom

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Thank you for your question. Unless the surface that you are mounting to is uneven you will not normally need to use plumbers putty or silicone to install model# 19949-SSSD-DST.
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