Trinsic Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet
wasn't my first choice
I had been looking for a faucet that was more user friendly than my prior one. But I had in my mind I still wanted something similar. My previous faucet had a straighter line and the hose pulled out straight across instead of down. It was my style..modern but not too art deco. When the store I purchased it in didn't have anything to my liking in stock, I had to reassess what I wanted. I really didn't want an art deco design, but my choices were very limited. I needed to purchase one that day since my old faucet was completely broken and we were also replacing the sink the same day. When I saw this was pretty much my only choice, I was a bit depressed since I really didn't like the look. It reminded me of a laboratory faucet. But once we installed it my mind was changed. I love the fact that the hose pulled down right into the drain. I also loved that I didn't really have to pull it out the faucet, I could just pivot it to clear away debris. When using my old faucet, while using the hose, sometimes it would slip out of my hand, since it was so big and bulky. It was like trying to tame an octopus. The water would spray all over the kitchen as well as my clothes. It was always such a big mess. This faucet is very sleek and won't slip out of your hand. But even if it did, the hose faces down so water will only spray in the sink. I would recommend this to everyone
January 12, 2014
Looks good, but drips...
Great looking modern faucet that gets lots of compliments. It drips however, and sometimes has a random spray when in standard faucet mode. You have to really press down hard to make sure it is not in spray mode to prevent this. Even when not using the spry mode in awhile, it will randomly drip from it.
January 28, 2013
A faucet very well conceived.
A great acquisition for our kitchen. Especially appreciate the magnetic lock of the pull-down.
The low flow water rate is more of an urban advantage, not so useful in the country with artesian well; but I guess we will grow accustomed to it.
January 2, 2014
A quality product
I really like the look and the quality of the product. At first I thought it would look too big and clunky but in reality it looks just fine. The only thing that i might adjust if possible is the ease in which the faucet rotates. it can be too easily be swung by accident. maybe it's just my unit.
February 17, 2015
Perfect, beautiful, easy to install
As a woman, I picked out a faucet based on how well the sprayer would go back into the faucet without it hanging out later on, when it starts to wear out.
Never did I think it would be as easy as it was to
install. I thought perhaps I would have to hire someone,
but with a little bit of reading of the directions and the
ease in which to hook up the water lines, as well as
installing the actual faucet, it was a snap for even I
to do. Took me no time at all and it was perfect.
December 6, 2013
Uncomfortable but it looks pretty
I can't believe all the positive reviews on the design, it is uncomfortable to turn off or on, when your hands are wet you will bring water to the counter stone as you turn off the water.
Bad ergonomic design but looks pretty.
December 26, 2014
Best kitchen faucet I have ever owned
There not much to say when it's the best kitchen faucet I have ever owned. Functionality and style stand out above all others as does quality of the product.
June 25, 2014
Broke after 6 months
We bought this faucet in November, over the weekend my husband touched the faucet to turn it off (using the touch feature) when he did, he continued to hear water running, as he opened up the cabinet door underneath he found the water spraying under the sink! We mopped up the water and went on to explore the defect and found that the cartridge inside had broken and caused the leak. It is going back! Not a huge fan of the touch feature. Even before this problem, the touch feature often misfired and the faucet would turn off and on randomly. I like the faucet but just prefer the good 'ole off and on handle best.
March 15, 2015