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American Standard Princeton 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle Low Arc Lavatory Faucet in Oil Rubbed Bronze

American Standard

Princeton 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle Low Arc Lavatory Faucet in Oil Rubbed Bronze

$269.14 /each
Color/Finish: Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Polished Chrome/Polished Nickel

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Product Overview

Style and substance strike a perfect balance in the Princeton bathroom faucet collection from American Standard. With its traditional style, Princeton is engineered to look beautiful and function flawlessly. Worry-free, drip-free and built to last, the Princeton Faucet is covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty on function and finish.

  • Ceramic disc valve cartridges assure a lifetime of drip-free performance
  • Brass construction is durable and ideal for prolonged contact with water
  • Lead free
  • Exclusive speed connect metal drain
  • How To Install a Widespread Faucet

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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by deceptively delicate The house we just bought came with 5 (five!) of these faucets, one in each bathroom sink. The first week we moved in, I saw what I thought was some lime scale building up at the base of one of the faucets. Since it didn't come off with multi-surface cleaner, I got out my Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. BIG MISTAKE!!! HUGE!!! One minute of Mr. Clean took the finish right off the faucet. I know the faucet has a lifetime warranty on the finish, and I can probably take it back and get a replacement, but who is going to reimburse me for the time and hassle of re-installing another? These are WAY more fragile than the price or warranty would lead you to believe, and now I'm stuck with five faucets that need a ridiculous amount of TLC. My recommendation is to keep looking. May 18, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Worst design ever Faucets are around our 10 year old home and the plastic sleeves need replaced at least every two years. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent looking and functioning rubbed bronze faucet This faucet looks excellent and works flawlessy. It is a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for. I purchased a cheap $120 rubber bronze faucet and the cold valve had a constant drip and the hot cheap plastic supply hose blew off. The hoses that come with this are stell braided and have nice metal threaded ends. Do it once and buy the best one. This one is guaranteed for life on finish and functionality. Also, the stopper uses a cable linkage which provides effortless operation going up and down. July 1, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great, but handles eventually strip and spin We have 6 of these faucets in our 7 yr old home. I am now an expert on replacing the inside of the faucets. The black plastic adapter that goes over the cartridge fits inside the faucet handle which is metal. I have had to get parts and replace parts 9 times. I love the look, but I can't figure out who in their right mind puts a plastic piece around a metal post and doesn't think the plastic groves will eventually wear away. July 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tough maintenance These lasted about 8 years and looked nice. Handles finally got so hard to turn they had to be replaced. But handle assembly would not unscrew from deck adapter. Had to use a Dremel to cut handles off. Replacment handles are $50 each which seems high. This was a nice faucet while it lasted but I did not like the design of how the handle was connected. My next faucet will be different. May 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by NIce looking faucet not so great handle design. Bought this faucet about 5 years ago had to replace the handles twice and it looks like I have to replace them again. August 20, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Handles quit working The Princeton has an ideal shape, a nice finish, a long spout that sends the water close to the middle of the sink, a slick cable operated drain stopper and an innovative bell housing design. I purchased 4 (at quarter grand each!) and professionally installed them with precision and utmost care in three separate bathrooms (one bath has a double sink). The major negative is that all the faucets handles microscopically leak in such a manner that mineral builds up to the point of preventing the handles from turning the water on or off. This has happened despite having a water softener conditioning the water for the entire house! American Standard has replaced the handles once for us and we barely get a couple more years of service, but who wants the hassle of changing handles only to have the same continuing problem!!! So, within 5 years we are buying new and having to replace all our Princeton faucets. Meanwhile, our other master bath sinks with Phylrich faucets are working fine, so that's the difference a high quality "Made in the USA" product can deliver. My advice is to avoid American Standard's Princeton and spend the money for something that lasts. April 3, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by plastic pieces don't last I have been happy with the look and finish of this product, however, the "guts" wear out quickly. Thankfully, AS will replace the part for free, but the sink is out of service until the part arrives. Next time, no plastic. February 20, 2014
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