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Single Handle Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser

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16927-SSSD-DST is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 87.
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Finish: Stainless
List Price*: $259.05
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16927-SSSD-DST
List Price*: $259.05
Delta® faucets with DIAMOND™ Seal Technology perform like new for life with a patented design which reduces leak points, is less hassle to install and lasts twice as long as the industry standard*. You can install with confidence, knowing that Delta faucets are backed by our Lifetime Limited Warranty. *Industry standard is based on ASME A112.18.1 of 500,000 cycles.
  • DIAMOND Seal Technology is less hassle to install and helps your faucet perform like new for life, reducing leak points and lasting twice as long as the industry standard
  • Everything you need is together in one convenient box, including integrated InnoFlex PEX supply lines
  • Includes coordinating soap dispenser
  • 1, 2, 3, or 4-hole 8" installation
  • Optional escutcheon included for use with additional mounting configurations and a cohesive look
  • Pull-out spout swivels 120degrees

Installation Information


1, 2, 3, or 4-hole 8" installation


  • Escutcheon: Optional Escutcheon Included
  • Flow Rate: 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Fittings Type: PEX
  • Supply Lines: Included InnoFlex® Pex-C Supply Lines
  • Valve Type: DIAMOND Seal Valve
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Won't shut off ? -- Here's how you fixit ! :) Worked OK when new but over time developed shut-off problems. I see alot of comments here like this. Here's how you fixit ! (Hint, it's probably not the valve.) I provide plumber's procedure below you can give to your plumber which will permanently fix the so-called "leaky" problem many are posting here (which in my case was not actually a leak): The main design problem is that accumulated "wiggle" in various plastic parts of the faucet do not allow the hot/cold water valve cartridge assembly itself enough clearance inside for the ceramic disk to completely cover over both water intakes when the handle is in the "off" position. This happens because you can't move the valve handle far enough the way you want to. I know this because I took it apart and, being an engineer, can see how it works. What happens is that over time, the plastic detente in the valve deforms slightly over time and a couple of hidden screws loosen up, so you must have the handle in the perfect front, center, down position for the valve to actually be off -- but with the accumulated "wiggle" problem, this is not always possible. I see a lot of people posting here that the valve is "leaking" -- technically, this isn't true -- at least with my valve which is like 6 years or more old. The valve inside is made of what looks like a ceramic disk with three oblong holes in it running atop a thin, translucent acetate barrier piece. You can easily take it apart to check it out if you want, but be careful to see how it comes apart. Even though my spout was dripping, the valve was working fine -- you just couldn't get it to the "off position. The reason you can't get it to the "off" position is there is too much "wiggle" in various components that all screw together. To get the valve to shutoff all the way, here is what I had to do -- you or your plumber can do the same: (a) remove red/blue plastic hot/cold cover that hides the handle "allen head" set screw (b) remove the handle set screw (use hexagonal "L" shaped angle wrench) - looks like an old-fashioned six-sided pencil made of steel bent at a right angle. The size is 1/8 " -- "one eight inch" (c) remove the handle by pulling up (d) using a plumber's spanner wrench ( 1 5/16" -- "One and five sixteenths inch) or very large crescent wrench, carefully untwist and remove the large brass valve clamp nut -- a plumber's "spanner wrench" is a flat, thin piece of steel with a bunch of progressively larger cutouts in it all in row for removing large, thin nuts around pipe joints like faucets (e) remove the valve by pulling up and setting aside, notice the orientation when you do this (f) gently pull up on the large, cast faucet housing and set down in sink with sprayer ( you can't actually remove it, you're just sliding it up and off the post underneath). (g) pull up on the plastic disk underneath which has the three plastic hoses attached to it, revealing a threaded brass disk on underneath. On my faucet, this was loose and contributes to the problem of not being able to get the handle down far enough to shutoff the valve. It is held in place in the back by two Torx-15 screws. (h) Using a Torx-15 bit **GENTLY** tighten the two Torx-15 (hexagonal star screws) in the back of the brass disk to pull it back down -- ** DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN ** (i) reseat the plastic disk with the three hoses atop the brass disk. (j) Now, clean off all threads and metal with a brass brush, and shine up all the metal stuff not yet reattached with a garnet colored fabric scratch pad, (get this stuff at Ace hardware), (housing, sprayer, brass valve holder cylinder, valve cap. Grease the rubber O-ring and flange sealer on brass cylinder, grease the top of the base of the faucet which is clamped down on the counter (and never removed in this process) -- the faucet swivels on this and you want the action smooth. (k) Replace in order removed, faucet, valve, brass hold down nut, cap on top of hold down nut. As you do this, make sure everything is snug and tight. Before installing the valve, remove the funky orange seal on the back side and closely inspect before reseating (wrap a shammee cloth around the last cap to make it tight). (l) Reinstall handle, oil the set screw and replace (so you can get it off 5 years from now). Make sure as you tighten the set screw that it goes exactly against the flat of the valve stem, to do this twist the set screw in a little at a time until you hit the valve stem inside, then back out a little, jiggle, back in, jiggle, a tiny bit out, jiggle, in, jiggle, you'll get the idea. You need to get this perfectly aligned. Make sure to use an extra long handle 1/8" Allen Head set screw wrench so you can get extra leverage. This is important. These threads can take the extra pressure because it's metal-on-metal and the thread is cut into the substantial brass of the faucet handle. (j) Replace plastic red/blue hot/cold cap. After I did all this, my faucet worked like it did when it was new. For my installation I did remove the top part of the valve (just unclip the side plastic clip and pull up) and grease the sphere-valve-stem part of the assembly so the white plastic sphere (ball) moves around easily in the socket part of the valve. Make absolutely sure you don't get anything on the bottom part of valve which is the ceramic acetate sliding barrier that mixes the hot and cold water. I originally thought the valve was the problem, but after doing all the above, this valve worked liked new. So I have an extra valved now. There was a second orange valve seal included int the replacement valve (not sure why they send me '2' of them). I measure it with calipers and it is visibly larger in diameter than the existing one, so I didn't use it. Anyway. This is what I did. Good luck. This procedure takes about a 1/2 hour if you have instruction (like above). It took me 2.5 hours to figure all this out because you have be careful not to damage or break stuff when doing things for the first time and sit around a little and look at all the parts to determine what's *really* wrong. Kip Leitner, Philadelphia
Date published: 2019-12-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Unreliable! Purchased this model from Lowes in late 2018. Less than a year old, corrosion in the main body of the faucet made it very difficult to turn the faucet to the left or right. I replaced it with a second purchase on 4/29/19 and now 5 months later I had to replace the cannister in this one. (Very difficult to turn off water..dripped constantly.) Can't recommend the model to anyone.
Date published: 2019-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great, Looks even better My installer recommended this product and I'm glad I listened to him.
Date published: 2019-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor water flow pressure Waste if money dont buy
Date published: 2019-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice faucet. I bought this 16927 faucet to replace an older 16927 in order to keep same Delta faucet look already installed in the house by builder. For some reason, the new faucet has poor flow rate compared to the old faucet which was same Delta model. Looks like the GPM has been reduced substantially and for a kitchen faucet it really doesn't cut the mustard. Otherwise, nice faucet.
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good faucet. A replacement for the same type of Delta faucet that we had for 12 years. Very sturdy and functional faucet.
Date published: 2019-05-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Leaks Bad I bought this faucet and it has leaked when you shut it off. For a while you could turn the handle a certain way to stop it but now it just continues to leak. I have to cut my water off under my sink to keep it from leaking so frustrating.
Date published: 2019-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow Works great. Easy installation.
Date published: 2019-03-27
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I have the 16927 kitchen faucet with soap dispenser. I have never been able to use the soap dispenser because the bottle is too tall where it is located under my sink. Is there a shorter replacement bottle I could use? 

Asked by: Kimber
Hi, Kimberly! Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have a shorter bottle assembly for the soap dispenser for the Delta 16927-SSSD-DST faucet. We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Delta Faucet
Date published: 2019-07-02

I need a replacement cartridge for this faucet, what is the part #

Asked by: Okie
Thank you for your question, Okie. This faucet uses the RP50587 valve cartridge. https://www.deltafaucet.com/parts-product-detail?modelNumber=RP50587 Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-12-09

What is causing my faucet to leak? I have a debonair 16927-SSSD-DST. What part do I need to fix it?

Asked by: TammyRoy
Hi, TammyRoy! Thank you for your question, and I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing a leak from your Delta faucet. There is a bonnet nut that is holding the cartridge down, underneath your handle. We recommend to tighten the bonnet nut to stop the leak. To do this, turn the water off at your shut off valve. Remove the handle. Tighten the bonnet by turning clockwise, to the right. Install the handle back on and turn the water back on. Test the faucet. If the faucet still leaks, we recommend to replace both the valve cartridge assembly, RP50587, and the bonnet nut, RP51503. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-03-31

Is it possible to purchase the only the hose that's inside the faucet?????

Asked by: Tootsise
Hi, Tootsise! Thank you for your question. The 16927-SSSD-DST Faucet hose assembly is replaceable and can be purchased separately. The part number is RP50390. Here is a link to the part: https://www.deltafaucet.com/parts-product-detail?modelNumber=RP50390 Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Delta Faucet
Date published: 2019-09-05

Can I improve the flow in any way?

I just bought and installed this faucet. I like everything about it, the finish, the style and ease of operation. However I am really unhappy with the weak flow. I had no idea there wasn't the usual flow restrictor just behind the aerator. Is there anything I can do to improve the flow on this? Are there any hidden restrictors not shown on the parts blow up sheet? I don't even care if that voids the warranty, I just want some stream. Thanks for your help! Eric
Asked by: Eric
Hi, Eric. Thank you for question. Unfortunately, there is not a restrictor that you can remove to get a higher flow rate. This faucet has a 1.8 gpm. If the faucet is getting less than 1.8 gpm, please contact our Delta Customer Service line at (800)345-3358. We are available Monday-Friday, 7am-7pm, CST and Saturday, 8am-5pm, CST. You may also email at customerservice@deltafaucet.com. We will be happy to assist you further. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Rosanna
Date published: 2017-10-13

I am getting a new counter top but keeping my delta faucet. What is the size of the hole they will need to cut for the model. 16929-SSSD-DST ?

Asked by: Tracy
Hello Tracy, Thank you for your question! Below is the technical specifications for the 16929-SSSD-DST which will provide the hole size: http://www.deltafaucet.com/customersupport/documentation/16929-sssd-dst.html?document=ts&fromDetailArea=kitchen&documentIndex=0#flashWrapper Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet7
Date published: 2016-07-25

Hello: Our Delta Debonair 16927-SSSD-DSY drips - what would be the part that needs to be replaced to fix this?

Asked by: Norm
Hi, Norm! Thank you for your question, and I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing a leak from your Delta faucet. There is a bonnet nut that is holding the cartridge down, underneath your handle. We recommend to tighten the bonnet nut to stop the leak. To do this, turn the water off at your shut off valve. Remove the handle. Pull the cartridge out to clean the bottom puck of the cartridge. Reinstall the cartridge assembly. Tighten the bonnet by turning clockwise, to the right. Install the handle back on and turn the water back on. Test the faucet. If the faucet still leaks, we recommend to replace both the valve cartridge assembly, RP50587, and the bonnet nut, RP51503. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-05-25

What can I do to increase the water flow?

I recently purchased your Debonair 16927-SSSD-DST faucet to replace a similar Moen. I am very disappointed that the water flow rate is very low, much lower than my previous Moen. Is there a flow restrictor that can be removed? If so, please tell me how to remove it. If it can't be fixed, can I exchange it for another faucet that will deliver a better flow of water? I need to know how to fix this thing.
Asked by: Mike
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 16927-SSSD-DST has a 1.5 gpm. There is not a flow restrictor for you to remove. We do offer a few faucets that have a 2.0 gpm that may be better to your liking. The Addison series (Delta Faucet model # 9192-SS-DST) has a multi-flow that dellvers both 1.5 for water effienciecy and 2.0 gmp for high performance.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2015-11-02
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