Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 86
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SatisfiedCustomer Easiest install ever
The speed connect system really lives up to its name. Much easier to install than traditional faucet connectors.
September 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AverageDude Great quality from American Standard
This is another top quality product from American Standard.
Starting from the beginning...The faucet came packed well and in excellent condition. The instructions were very clear and easy to understand. I am very impressed with all the extras that are included with this faucet. It has everything you need to get the job done! The faucet includes color coded stainless steel lines for the hot and cold water and they are already attached. Since they are color coded, It is very easy to see which hose gets connected to the hot water side and which hose gets connected to the cold water side. This is simple thing, but it also very nice to have the color coding. The "pop up" stopper uses the new and improved cable system instead of the old "ball and rod" style. I really like this style. The faucet also includes a trim plate to cover the two outer holes if you are converting from a 4" - 3 hole faucet to this single hole type. The satin finish is very nice. The single lever functions very well. I really like this faucet. It is very easy to install even for a novice.
Con: I would say the only thing I really don't like about many of the new faucets. They require a small green plastic tool to remove the filter/screen(I included a picture). So...... you must make sure you remember where you put the tool or it is very difficult to remove the screen.
August 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Faucet leaked internally.
This was a replacement for a previous purchase. Bought two and one of them leaked leaked. Had to pay a plumber $50 to install the replacement.
April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Eric This product is good quality, and easy to install.
The black color matches great with our cabinets. We like the 1 handle faucet. And we know the quality will be there. There is also a feature to control the water pressure and spray.
February 25, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BC Leaking from body
Bought this December 2012, it leaks now from somewhere in the faucet body and ruined my vanity before it was noticed. Can't believe it from American Standard - but it was made in Mexico, not the USA - no warranty because I live in Canada and bought it on a trip to the States. Bought a Price Pfister to replace it.
November 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by eugene the only faucets i buy now are american standard
american standard faucets are highly engineered products. they are easy to install with an integrated stopper system that cannot be beat. every other product i have purchased has failed. all the plumbing in my house is american standard now. it cannot be beat.
October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jjs Easy install, looks great!
All 3 of our bathroom sinks have this faucet. The quick connect for the drain plug and the washer setup to secure the faucet to the counter makes this super easy to install. Our sinks are under mount so we installed without the oval plate. One drawback is after 5 years, 1 faucet started leaking from up inside the handle chassis so it didn't seem repairable. I think it might have been due to having to uninstall and re-install during a counter top re-model because we didn't have any issues prior to that. Obviously we liked the faucets enough to replace with the same model.
October 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIYhomeowner This product gets around the hardest part
The biggest pain when installing these bathroom sinks is the pop-up drain. You need to get this rod in the right way, feed it through a strap, attach with a spring clip, and attach that strap to the rod on top of the sink---it's a big pain and it often doesn't work right the first try.
This product has a nifty feature where the pull to operate the drain is connected to a cable that easily screws into the drain pipe. It just works.
The product also came with everything needed. The supply lines were even already attached to the faucet, so you can basically drop it in, screw in a few pieces, and you're done.
August 20, 2014