Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet


Model#: 989-DST
Allora Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 124.
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  • Water-Efficient
  • No-Lead Compliant
  • MagnaTite Docking uses a powerful integrated magnet to snap your faucet spray wand precisely into place and hold it there so it stays docked when not in use and doesn't droop over time
  • EZ Anchor mounting allows for installation from above the deck, with no need to tighten it under the sink, for a secure fit which prevents loosening over time
  • Soft, rubber Touch-Clean spray holes allow you to easily wipe away calcium and lime build-up with the touch of a finger
  • 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
  • 1 or 3-hole 8" installation
  • ADA Compliant
  • High-arc pull-down swivels 360degrees
  • 62 in. long hose provides outstanding reach


Special Features

Installation Information

1 or 3-hole 8" installation

  • Flow Rate: 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
  • Spout Height: 15-9/16"
  • Spout Length: 9-7/8"
  • Deck to Outlet: 7-3/4"
  • Fittings Type: PEX
  • Deck Thickness: 2.5"
  • Supply Lines: Included InnoFlex® Pex-C Supply Lines
  • Valve Type: DIAMOND Seal Valve
Rated 3 out of 5 by from nice faucet if you don't use it heavily Small design flaw in that it allows water to enter under the valve assembly cap and over time it makes the bonnet almost impossible to remove. A rubber seal would help keep the water out. Also the attachment hole of the handle to the valve assembly deteriorated and the wobble of the metal handle removed the finish on the cap that is not metal.
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product. Durability concerns Faucet works really well and I like the design. My only concern is that over the two years that i've owned it I have seen rust where the head of the unit connects to the magnet. Not sure what is going on but I never would have expected that to happen at all.
Date published: 2018-03-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Leaky faucet/Faulty Sprayer I am among those that have written prior. Leaky, on/off valve has a mind of its own, has to be just in the right spot to stop the annoying drip, drip, drip. Sprayer not working properly on the spray function, partially full, partially spray when using the sprayer. Disappointing for an expense faucet
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Allora Faucet Faucet will not shut off without working the faucet handle or it drips. I bought the faucet from York Corragating, York, PA (not a big box company) and it was installed by a licensed plumber. Disappointed.
Date published: 2017-11-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really nice faucet, but it no longer turns off unless handle's in a very specific spot We really like the faucet's features and looks, but have same problem as Noblepower. In last couple of months, the handle has become very sensitive to "off" position and, otherwise, will drip. Advice appreciated. Thanks.
Date published: 2017-10-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from lovely faucet, but it no longer turns off unless handle's in a very specific spot this is an attractive faucet that we have enjoyed for the past 6 years but gradually it has become fussier and fussier about where the handle is when you try to turn it off, sometimes it takes us a lot of jiggling and finessing just to turn the water off. Not ideal no matter how you slice it. In my opinion, a faucet in this price range shouldn't be having issues in only 6 years, and I see there are other reviews that state the same problem. Clearly there is a defect in the design here.
Date published: 2017-10-21
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How do I get to the springs in the handle of the Allora?

I can see a small round hot/cold indicator. Do I remove that?
Asked by: Sam
Thank you for your question, Sam! Please be sure to turn off the supplies under the sink before disassembling the faucet. To access the internal parts, pop out the red/blue button, then loosen the 1/8" Allen set screw in the handle. For DST models, the cap and bonnet can be unscrewed to remove the cartridge. For pre-DST models, unscrew the cap, then pull the stem to remove the ball assembly and cam. This will reveal the seats and springs. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2017-07-19

How does 989-DST differ from 9178 DST? It looks the same from outside.

Is 989-DST a better quality? If so, what is the inside ? Or is it just the name between Leland & Allora? What is the advantage of having 989-DST, but not 9178-DST? I didn't buy anything yet. I am looking for a single handle pull down kitchen faucet.
Asked by: haru chan
Hello Haru Chan, Thank you for your questions. Both Delta models 989-DST and 9178-DST are made with the same quality materials. They also have the same internal parts, which include a cartridge. The only difference between the two models is the actual design of them. Best Regards, Courtney
Answered by: DeltaFaucet12
Date published: 2016-10-31

Our kitchen water pressure was good until we installed a new hot water tank, does doing that decrease your pressure?

Asked by: Lisa
It shouldn't. I suspect you have some debris in the line between the tank and your faucet (maybe the aerator?) that was stirred up while replacing the water tank. Another possibility is that if ALL your faucets were affected, maybe the valves to and/or from the water tank are not fully open.
Answered by: dad5084
Date published: 2017-01-14

I have an Allora faucet already installed in the sink. It's loose and I can't remove the chrome outer casing.

I'm afraid I will crack the granite if I use a tool. How do I remove the outer parts to get to the two screws in the EZ Anchor mounting bracket? Thanks.
Asked by: Eric
Hi Eric, Thank you for your question. To access the screws for the EZ Anchor mount, first disconnect the hose from under the sink by removing the clip, then pull out the hose from above the sink. Lift firmly on the spout to remove it (if there is a gray button on the back of the spout, press it in while lifting the spout). Insert the EZ Bar or a screw driver into the holes of the brass tube that the spout attaches to. Turn counter-clockwise to loosen the faucet from the EZ Anchor to reveal the screws. Please note that a previous version of the faucet was mounted with a nut and bracket under the sink. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-05-26

how do I tighten the EZ Anchor mount after installation

Asked by: Eric
Hi Eric, Thank you for your question. Slide the EZ Anchor assembly into the hole. Turn the jack screws until the black wings have securely tightened the assembly in place. Slide the supply lines into the EZ Anchor assembly, making sure to align the handle with the cutout. Before installing the spout, slide the included EZ Bar into the brass tube at the top of the faucet body and rotate it clockwise to tighten down the faucet. Please refer to the installation instructions for more information: Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-05-25

Is the o-ring only on the flex hose that screws into the spray wan?

Model 989 AR DST
Asked by: Smokie
Hi Smokie, Thank you for your question! Yes, the O-ring is on the hose where it threads into the back of the spray wand. Best regards, Brandis
Answered by: DeltaFaucet7
Date published: 2016-04-18

Can the handle on the Allora be mounted facing forward?

My wife is left-handed... I am right-handed. If the control handle can be mounted so it faces the the front of the sink, we can both use it with equal ease. But the head must still be able to swing fully to the left, and to the right. Is that possible?
Asked by: Dave
Check that neck swivels enough to work that way. I'm thinking it should. If so, then I don't know why you couldn't mount the control handle in the front. We had interference with the window sill over the sink so our control handle is mounted slightly forward and works without a problem.
Answered by: Oshow
Date published: 2017-01-14

2 Questions on Operation

1. Which way do you move the side-mounted lever handle to turn the water ON - Up or Down? 2. Does the pull down spray wand have a water shut-off button? That is, can you shut the water flow completely OFF from the pull down?
Asked by: GrumpyGeezer
Down, no the wand doesn't turn off the sprayer. However it does go from a stream to a spray by using the button on the spray head. And it's easy to install.
Answered by: Joe22
Date published: 2017-01-14
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