Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 11
Rated 5 out of 5Â by AtHomeMom looks great, doesn't scratch, and is functional
Love this sink! I've always had stainless and loved the look until the scratches started showing after the first few uses. I have had this sink for about two months now and it still looks like new. It looks great with my granite counter top and everyone comments on how nice it is. It is so easy to clean and very functional as well. No problem washing large pots and pans in this sink.
September 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lleb Great Color, finish and shape
I was worried ordering this online and not seeing the color in the store, but it was exactly as pictured. The color, quality of the finish and shape were all excellent. We have been using it for a week now and the deep side of the sink is wonderful for washing big pots and pans.
May 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Dick Looks good
Installation required cutting the countertop even though the old and new sinks were the same overall size.
January 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Geo66 the color worked out good .
replaced a cast iron sink and it worked out good. if you want a longer review I will just cancel the whole review out.
December 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HomeownerSavingCash Great design and Great price. Well worth the $$$!!!!
This sink is really reasonably priced compared to other retailers online. My wife loves the look and feel of the sink. We are extremely happy with the product! It was easy to install with the provided securing clips. However, you may want to buy a 12 inch or a 18 inch long Phillips screwdriver to aid in the installation. You will also need a 6oz or 8oz ball-peen hammer, a round file and a half-round file; if your going to knock out additional holes in the sink. The BLANCO website has additional installation manuals for the drop in clips and the knock-outs, if needed. The knockout holes will take awhile to break through. I knocked out two of the four additional knockout holes available. Five holes are possible when including the predrilled hole. I must have tapped on the knockout sticker's center at least a hundred or more times with the peen end of a 8oz ball-peen hammer. Hang in there, the knock out will eventually come out, just when you think it's never going to break through!
March 21, 2013