Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tigerseye214 Great Faucet, so disappointed that Home Depot has discontinued this product
We've had this faucet on our Grande' pedestal sink for over seven years and we have no complaints and so many great comments. It swivels easily, easy to clean, even with our hard water!!! We've never had to replace a washer, it's a great faucet. We liked this faucet so much that we purchased another one to put on our stainless sink. Looks beautiful. We love the clean lines, smooth look, and it matches with everything and we live in a "1938" home. We were looking for this same faucet to put in our new additional bath next spring. So disappointed that you're not going to carry this product anymore. Would be great if you decided to bring it back to the GREAT HOME- DEPOT. THANKS!
December 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by lwyattahs 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.
April 9, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIYguy older model used aluminum nut for handle, now brass
This is an inexpensive faucet, but works well, with one exception...after having it a few years, this early model used an aluminum or other light, easily corroded metal for the stem nut. VERY poor idea, because it broke and water shot straight up to the ceiling! Good thing there were two of us at home and in shouting distance, so one could put their hand over the broken stem, while the other cut the water off under the sink!!
Great Customer service, they sent replacement nuts that were brass within a few days at no cost. No local plumbing store carried the part! Otherwise, I would have put it back together the same day.
SInce then, I've replaced the other nut with the brass and it's been several years now and it's still working fine! Again, the people that thought they should cut costs by using that cheap nut, used very poor thinking and should be doing something else!!
September 15, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Chris35565 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.
March 15, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MtMomma 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.
March 19, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by willie save your money
Plastic nut used to attach spout to brass base. Once nut strips out, your done for.
American Standard has no replacement part available for the nut.
Save your money for a quality faucet, unless you enjoy spending weekends doing plumber work.
June 16, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ShortsGuy 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.
December 15, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by paul it is ok
American Standard Cadet 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet is a good product if your house or building has a couper pipe.
November 13, 2012