Model # 6424F

Internet #100684628

American Standard Cadet 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet in Chrome-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued American Standard

Cadet 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet in Chrome-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The sleek look of the American Standard Cadet 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet in Chrome works with many kitchen decors. The faucet features a dual-handle design that enables you to precisely control the water temperature when you are washing your dishes. It's gooseneck design and high-arc spout make it easy to wash pots and pans.

  • Durable brass construction
  • Polished-chrome finish resists peeling, scratching and tarnishing
  • Dual-handle design features separate handles for hot and cold water for precise adjustment
  • High-arc spout reaches 7-3/4 in.
  • Ceramic disc valves provide a drip-free performance
  • ADA compliant to allow for universal use
  • Quick-spin nuts make installation fast and easy
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Info & Guides

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Connection size (in.)
1/2 In.
Spout Height (in.)


Color Family
Faucet Type
Adjustable Flow Rate
Flow rate (gallons per minute)
Included Components
Deck Plate,Handles
Mount Location
Deck Mount
Number of Faucet Handles
Double Handle
Spout Reach (in.)
Valve material

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do you replace the spout o ring? faucet 6424f o ring part# 073542-0070a .

Asked by: Anonymous
You would need to unthread the spout from the base. ONce the spout is removed, the oring will go around the brass fitting.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-17

after the aerator is removed from the faucet, can the end be removed in order to attach a different aerator.

I removed the aerator but cannot remove the end of the faucet. Is it even removable. I have a different aerator but the threads are different.
Asked by: Anonymous
A different aerator can not be used on this particular faucet.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-17

Can you attach a side sprayer to this faucet?

Asked by: Anonymous
The 6425f comes with the side sprayer.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-17

is this a 6 inch on center?

Asked by: Anonymous
This faucet is an 8" center.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2015-09-17
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Customer Reviews

Cadet 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet in Chrome-DISCONTINUED is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cadet 2 handle faucet review We recently purchased a mt. home built in the 70's. It had a kitchen faucet a lot like this one, but was leaking which was obviously caused by human carelessness. I loved the look; simple, tall goose neck. This home is rustic and I didn't want anything overly decorative to spoil the simplicity of the cabin. Having just closed on the house and in the process of relocating, we are on a shoe string budget. You can get all of your soup pots and large beverage containers under the tall goose neck. Thus far, I have not felt the need for a sprayer and haven't missed it like I thought I would. It does what it's supposed to, water comes out of the spout, hot from the hot tap, cold from the cold. I believe this will last a long time. It looks greats and does the job. I have a Moen faucet in our primary house that is junk! Yes, it looks good, but don't touch it - you can no longer budge the spout left to rt and 1/2 the time the sprayer won't come out. So, price is NOT an indicator of quality.
Date published: 2011-03-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wont stop leaking The O-Ring that is at the base of the spout split about two weeks after I got it. Replaced it countless times, it just keeps splitting. I checked the base of the spout and the entire area that the O-Ring comes in contact with, there are no sharp edges or burs, or anything that would cause it to.
Date published: 2011-03-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Slow Flow b/c Diverter 060464-0070A This faucet has never worked right from the day I installed it. The waterflow was very low only on hot at first, but eventually moved to cold as well. After almost paying a plumber to come check our water lines I looked this faucet up online to discover others having issues with the Diverter. I guess I get to figure out how to buy this replacement part now. Thanks American Standard!
Date published: 2010-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Faucets I actually loved the product. Its not the best design of faucets but it definitely help me accomplish my needs and use for the product. The faucets desing helped with my kitchen repairs. The water seems to flow easily from it. The faucet is also easy to keep clean and maintain. Goose Neck Faucets make it easier to fill large pots in the sink with out any splashes as well. All in all I loved the product for my home. Now that I'm moving I plan to purchase the exact same one for my new home.
Date published: 2010-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent faucet for the money Attractive and easy to clean. Put one in a year ago and then put this one in a cottage. No complaints
Date published: 2011-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice but not great Went from a single handle faucet to this one in Oct 2008, so I love the double handle feature. Also adore the goose-neck design; as other reviewers mentioned, it makes getting large pots (or buckets if need be) under the spout. And, tho it isn't the fanciest, I really have liked the look of the product. Water flow is also good. However, after having it a little over two years, I noticed that there was a "stain" on the spout. After further inspection, that stain was actually a large water spot that had developed as the spout itself sprung a leak....from the inside out! With no warranty on this product that I could find in my paperwork (which I kept), and such a small leak, I lived with it. Now, at not quite three years, there are two other such--albeit tiny--fissures from which water sprays tiny geysers. Minuscule, really, but it really has astounded me. I've never seen such a thing before. I should mention, we have extremely hard water, and sediment build-up--even corrosion--can occur as a result.....but never, never to the point of eating through a spout!! As I said, I see no warranty info and am going to call the company, if only to return it to them so they can inspect it and find what is going on with that. Tho I love the look, and the price was--and still is--great, I don't think I'm going with another.
Date published: 2011-07-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks good but does not meet expectation After about 3 years which is not too bad , water leaks out around spout. Found O-RING part number from Instruction sheet, however, American Standard Web site does not carry the part, so how can I fix it, without trying to find an exact o-ring substitute? May have to replace the whole fixture.
Date published: 2010-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nut holding spout to base is cheap thin plastic Just after a year the thin plastic decorative nut at the base of the spout split and the spout launched to the ceiling followed by a geyser. Very poor place to use thin plastic.
Date published: 2012-12-16
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