Classic Single Handle Kitchen Faucet with Spray
High Quality, Easy to Install, and NO LEAKS
We replaced an older faucet with another brand that looked nice, but started leaking within days. The annoying leak could be stopped by carefully positioning the handles, but in about 6 months the leak became impossible to stop. When my wife had enough, I looked around the house, and discovered that all our non-leaking faucets were single-handle Deltas. I chose this model for the Diamond technology, as well as the American manufacture, which is important to me. This faucet never even comes close to leaking. Installation was much easier than the other brand - it took about a quarter of the time. My wife is very hard on faucets - she shuts them on and off with a lot of force, jerks them around constantly, and uses a very heavy water purifier on the end. This model handles all of the adversity very nicely. She's happy, so I'm happy!
November 23, 2013
Replaced my worn out kitchen faucet first with a moen (because of the warranty in spite of the high price) which promptly broke and had to be returned. Then a Peerless which had no water pressure at all. Then we got this Delta and we are thrilled with it- same warranty as Moen with a better price, installed quickly with no problems; has great water flow and looks awesome. I love it and will only buy Delta in future- have a bathroom to remodel as well. The handyman who told me Delta is the absolute best was right!!!
March 31, 2013
easy to install,but the water sprayer don't have lots of power
it was easy to install,i like the way it comes with the water lines,that was less to buy,and less to disassemble.
the wife says ,''it don't have enough pressure from the sprayer''.And its not as much as our old one,(which was a delta also),but i'm o.k. with it,and i do the dishes 60% of the time anyway
April 25, 2014
My wife and I picked this one out together. I know, both agreeing on the same item, but we looked at them all and both liked the same one. It was a snap to intall just two ring nuts on the faucet and one on the spray. Hot & Cold water connections and your done.
December 20, 2013
This kitchen faucet has been flawless. The design is classic and timeless. It performs perfectly and is very easy to clean.
It was easy to install as well.
June 14, 2014
Ease to install
I had Delta faucets installed in the home we built in 1992. The kitchen sink faucet always had a problem. At times it would leak out of the top. After years of putting up with this problem my wife insisted that I fix it. I have repaired Delta bathroom faucets therefore I thought I could repair the kitchen faucet. The leak cause so much corrision that I broke the cold water copper link when attempting to disassemble the faucet. Then the next problem was the bolt from the faucet that helt it securely to the sink. It was so corruded that the bolt sheared off. It was extremely difficult to remove the old faucet.
My big problem now is the shower faucet somethings continues to drip after it is turned off. I know that if I can successfully disassemble it that I could repair it. However I do not know the problems that I may have and hope that I never have to fix this problem.
The new kitchen faucet was very easy to install and there are no leaks.
October 3, 2013
Easiest to install
Great looks. Installed easily. Only difficulty was removing the 15 year old faucet. (also a Delta) Everything was rusted and the mounting bolts just turned around in their socket. The new faucet fit perfectly and the supply lines were easily cut to length. The sprayer was a breeze to install. I like the idea that the sprayer valve is easy to access under the sink. No runs, no leaks, no errors!! Would buy another.
July 16, 2012
Excellent With a Slight Reservation
Kitchen faucets and sprayers! I've bought two from different companies in the past four years. I'm hoping the Delta faucet and sprayer will last longer and not leak, corrode and look ugly or come loose and spray the whole kitchen with hot water as one of the previous models did. My advice: Put a shutoff valve under all sinks.
Faucets, handles and sprayers in general don't seem to be made to withstand country rusty, limey water, even though it's softened. Companies need to use a material on the inside of the product that repels lime and rust. In addition, our cold kitchen line is unsoftened water, on the advice of our doctor.
My plumber recommended a Delta, but they're expensive, and the one I could afford at $79 didn't have the high arc faucet or brushed finish I wanted. I hope it lasts. It looks nice, works well and the sprayer is functional.
January 22, 2014