Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 6
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by DIYer May fit all sinks, but the pivot arm won't fit all size pop-up bodies.
This kit is definitely not going to last--too much plastic and a pivot arm that will corrode. Had to buy the entire pop-up assembly kit from Home Depot to get the pivot arm. But discovered It doesn't fit my existing pop-up body.
So I will look for a pivot arm that does fit and won't rust away. From a local plumbing supply. That's a ton simpler than replacing the whole pop-up body.
December 31, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by mindless06795 Drain you sorrows...
Ok, yeah, it is plastic. The plus side to that, it won't rust. It actually does look pretty nice and is easy to install, but take care you don't force anything or it will crack. I would recommend it to someone looking to get a budget friendly drain. Inexpensive and stylish.
November 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PlumberBob Probably the Worst Fitting on the Market
Plastic seals crush easily. Fitting leaks. Do not buy this product. I spent many hours trying to resolve the problems on two bathroom sinks. Eventually went out and purchased metal fittings and installed both under an hour without any problems. Ended up throwing this plastic one in the garbage. Be forewarned.
March 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Caddoaggie Great Product
Great product, easy to install, looks nice! I thought I would have to get a plumber to fix the sink, but the folks at Home Depot showed me what I needed and described the process, which was very easy.
January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Liza Lose fit.
My 1 1/4" plastic pipes, will not fit with the slightly smaller drain assembly 1 1/4, wich is causing a leak.
December 29, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DugS Great performance for the price
I bought 2 of these because the stopper in my current ones was broken and it was cheaper to just buy the entire assembly than it was to buy the replacement stoppers for the existing ones.
The first one I installed seated a little crookedly at first, but it straightened up when I snugged it down. The instructions say to only hand tighten it, but I must be weak because it was leaking like a sieve until I tightened it down flush (like the previous one was installed).
The second one installed flawlessly, but I had trouble removing the existing assembly that was corroded brass. A hacksaw solved my issues though and installation was quick after that.
I used regular plumber's putty when I installed these, but the instructions for that mentioned that I should use the silicone based stuff for plastic parts. It hasn't leaked yet, and if it does (or if it eats through the plastic) I'll go buy some more and get the right stuff this time.
It is cheaper to buy 2 of these than it was to buy the same thing in brass, so I would still come out ahead.
No leaks so far, and the kit came with new hardware for everything, but I reused a couple items from the old one.
The outlet on these is 1-1/4" so I had to get new adapters since the old brass ones were 1-1/2" outlets, but I was replacing all the stuff under the sink anyway.
February 4, 2014