Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by roland7 This product performs very well
I would of preferred all metal product, but I only buy delta whenever I can because trust delta products to perform and the support and warranty I get from delta is always excellent.
June 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by msfrisk Great Product
This is a sturdy, well-made product. The metal does not appear to tarnish or change. The style and design of the product are modern and have a nice aesthetic.
August 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by davhall1954 Overall good product
This sink flange fits the sink as it should. The parts below the sink are PVC, and the overall length of the flange is longer than the standard sink flange. Your plumbing below your sink will have to be altered. Not that difficult to do, but was a surprise I had not expected. I rated this product 5 stars because of the Lifetime Warranty that Delta has on this product. The working parts of this flange and strainer are of good quality metal with a beautiful finish. As far as the plastic below the sink, all of my drains plumbing under all of my sinks are PVC and I NEVER have any problems with my drain plumbing. If and when I need to remove any of the PVC pipes they always come apart with ease. The PVC on this sink flange is heavy duty and I don't expect any issues whatsoever.
February 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Clarisse Works Great!
This product is versatile and is the best strainer I've ever had.
November 1, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by PickyAboutStrainers Almost
I'm comparing this to Keeney 1437SS and Pegasus 540515 all three of which I bought to pick a winner. My ideal strainer and basket: Snap basket down to close, Snug basket fit to cup when open, No sharp edges on the underside of the basket (thats where you grab it when emptying#, Basket easily returns to cup after emptying, Basket snap mechanism must not jam in the presence of food scraps, No screws nor nuts holding basket parts together #when undone the parts drop into the drain#, Cup easy to remove food scraps from.
How I would improve this:
1. Mount cup to sink via outside threaded lock. As is, mounting mechanism is INSIDE the drain exposed to food scraps.
2. Basket has post that fits snugly into a cyllinder in the cup. A leaf of chard stuck in the cyllinder causes the post to not fit very well. How much bacteria can get past the little spring loaded ball bearing mounted in the post? Simplify: Replace with a ball at the end of the post and a joint in the cup - like a ball joint which allows the ball to be pulled out #gets rid of cyllinder and ball bearing).
3. Make the cup the same height as the other two strainers so you wont have to cut/extend plumbing to make this fit.
Otherwise this isn't a bad product. I hope a Delta designer will read this and do a redesign.
December 14, 2012