Model # 9178-AR-DST

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Delta Leland Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet with MagnaTite Docking in Arctic Stainless
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Leland Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet with MagnaTite Docking in Arctic Stainless

  • 1 or 3-hole installation
  • Delta MagnaTite Docking holds spray wand firmly in place
  • Backed by Delta Faucet's Lifetime Limited Warranty
$17229 /each

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Arctic Stainless
  • Arctic Stainless
  • Chrome
  • Venetian Bronze
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Product Overview

Traditional styling and modern functionality come together for a timeless look. The Delta Leland Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Arctic Stainless features MagnaTite docking to keep the spray wand securely in place. This faucet features DIAMOND Seal Technology that relies on a valve with a tough diamond coating for up to five million uses. DIAMOND Seal faucets include Delta Innoflex PEX supply lines, so everything you need is in the box. This faucet is also equipped with Touch-Clean soft rubber spray holes that enable you to easily wipe away calcium and lime buildup with just the touch of a finger.

  • Arctic stainless, a glossy finish with icy tones
  • Backed by Delta faucet lifetime limited warranty
  • MagnaTite docking keeps the kitchen pull-down spray wand firmly in place with a powerful integrated magnet, so it stays docked when not in use
  • Easily remove mineral build-up with the touch of a finger using touch-clean spray holes
  • 1 or 3-hole 8 in. installation (optional escutcheon included)
  • Delta's exclusive DIAMOND seal technology uses a valve with a tough diamond coating to bring you a faucet built to last up to 5 million uses
  • High-arc spout allows for complete sink access with 360° swivel
  • 2-function wand operates in stream or spray mode
  • Pull-down spray wand features a 59 in. hose providing a 20 in. reach
  • 3/8 in. water supply connection
  • 2.5 in. minimum clearance to backsplash

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does Delta Leland Kitchen Faucet Model 9178-RB-DST need to be installed w/the deckplate

Asked by: Anonymous
No
Answered by: Waterguy39
Date published: 2016-12-28

I am looking for a bronze faucet that doesn't look almost black, is this delta venetian bronze a lighter brown color?

leland model pull down delta kitchen faucet in venetian bronze
Asked by: Anonymous
Just installed this. It is definitely not black, nor does it look that way in my kitchen, however I have a natural color backsplash and light granite countertops with dark specs. Also a stainless steel sink. The bronze looks just perfect with these combinations. I would say this is a darker brown, not a lighter brown color. Finish has some lighter highlights in it.
Answered by: Ken
Date published: 2016-11-01

does the handle go backward

I cant have the handle hit my backsplash, is this a good faucet?
Asked by: royalty85
Goes back about 2 5/8 inches. Note that although the instructions don't say so, the handle can be mounted on the left side.
Answered by: MamaPlumber
Date published: 2016-11-20

Does the artic finish go with a satin stainless steel finish sink

Asked by: D16
Finish matches my brushed stainless sink. I believe there is another finish option that matches the shiny stainless
Answered by: dancer7049
Date published: 2016-11-08
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Customer Reviews

Leland Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet with MagnaTite Docking in Arctic Stainless is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 528.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great faucet and looks nice too but make sure you have the room for the handle as ours comes pret... Great faucet and looks nice too but make sure you have the room for the handle as ours comes pretty close to hitting the backsplash. It is larger than we thought originally. If getting new countertops have the contractor bring the hole up a bit or get the faucet to make sure you have clearance for the handle. Measure twice...cut once.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Faucet works and looks great. Easy install. Faucet works and looks great. Easy install.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great faucet. Easy to install. Initially installed with handle on the left, but found that with a... Great faucet. Easy to install. Initially installed with handle on the left, but found that with an absolute black honed countertop there were always water spots below the handle on the countertop from turning it off with wet hands. Moved handle to the front. Think it looks better and no more watermarks on the countertop.
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The faucet is very nice looking with a pleasing finish. It works great with one exception: the va... The faucet is very nice looking with a pleasing finish. It works great with one exception: the valve to switch between a spray and a single stream is always between the two positions. Even though I switch it to spray, the next time I use the faucet it is in between the two settings and I have to switch it again. Not a big deal but aggravating. Were it not for this, I would have given it five stars.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the sprout (handle) doesn't retract automatically when let go but you can add more weight if you ... the sprout (handle) doesn't retract automatically when let go but you can add more weight if you prefer full auto-retract when let go of the handle(sprout). it is good feature if that is your preference because it stays in the place where you want it to be...then retract when needed manually easily..
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Difficult to adjust water temp. Faucet water shutoff difficult to... Difficult to adjust water temp. Faucet water shutoff difficult to use (doesn't shut water)...pull out spray does not work as it should and difficult to pull out and more so returning back. Look and quality not as picture and description. If I had not paid $100 to install, I would have returned imy
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Design Works Well This is a beautiful faucet; I love the design. The retractable hose works very well and easily sets back into place. The 360 degree turning radius is very smooth, and the switch between spray types is easy to use and conveniently placed. The handle placement for mine is on the right hand side, but I think I may have preferred it on the left since I am right handed so normally hold pots for filling, etc with my right hand.
Date published: 2016-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Let's hope they fix the hose clip design issue, and offer a free replacement for the clip We replaced a leaky old (2007) Moen single handle pull out with this Delta “Leland” 9178-AR-DST in the first week of September 2016. This was a DIY install, so I was quite grateful for much of the thoughtful sharing of experience and lessons learned by many other reviewers on the internet, particularly Mr Mojo. I wasn't sure whether to give this 3 or 4 stars because we do like it, but there are significant shortcomings. It seems that mid-range plumbing fixtures like this tend to have serious design and quality issues affecting reliability and durability. We would have been willing to buy a significantly more expensive fixture, but I saw too many bad experiences with much more expensive faucets, so the higher price point would only have been more infuriating had there been issues. It really is a nice looking fixture, and will certainly complement a kitchen with stainless appliances, etc. Be aware that though the hub and spout arm seem to be metal, the rest seems to be plastic. Arctic Stainless is a color/finish, not a descriptor for stainless steel. We installed the faucet with the handle on the left, and had no problems. If you are attentive to the installation instructions and the space limitations in your kitchen, you should be able to install this unit with the handle on the left, right, front, or back with no problem. We like the fact that the sprayer magnetically attaches to the arm so you can pull it off or turn slightly and remove it even more easily by exposing opposite poles of the magnets. The sprayer toggles with a switch on the spout from stream to spray, as we expected, and the sprayer turns freely, so you can keep the toggle switch hidden on the back, in full view in the front, etc. Some have mentioned that the retractable hose for the spout can bind after some time. A few suggested silicone grease, which I would be concerned may collect dirt and gunk up on the hose and within the faucet arm (where you can’t easily clean) after some time. So, I used “B’Laster Silicone Spray Lubricant”, similar to this one http://www.homedepot.com/p/Blaster-11-oz-Industrial-Strength-Silicone-Lubricant-Case-of-12-16-SL/205048085 , instead. The sprayer hose slides like butter on a griddle! To lubricate, I laid the fixture assembly in our laundry tub to catch overspray, pulled the hose ALMOST all the way through the fixture assembly, sprayed it on the exposed hose and wiped it around with my hand, let it dry/soak in for a while, and gently wiped with a paper towel to remove any excess. Then I pulled the hose ALMOST all the way back through the other side, and repeated the procedure. I've also used this silicone spray with shower rods in the baths. I've also installed plastic shower rod covers over our wood hanger rods in our closets, coating with the silicone spray, air drying for some time, and wiping them prior to install. CLEAN, extremely smooth, almost disarmingly easy movement on these rods years after application. One thing that concerns me about the sprayer hose is that there is no brake to keep the hose from being pulled out so far that it would stress the rigid plastic junction where the vulnerable rigid plastic clip is installed. The weight that comes with this unit slides freely along the hose, and is not designed to be clamped on. We have some extra weights around here from other fixtures such as the Moen I just removed, and on those fixtures they were affixed to an appropriate point along the hose in order to prevent excessive hose withdrawal. I may try putting one of them on our new Delta 9178 hose. Or, since my kids are pretty much grown, maybe we’ll just hope no one gets too enthusiastic with the sprayer. The main thing that concerns me about the sprayer hose is the precarious way that the hose assembly attaches to the faucet assembly, held in place by a rigid plastic clip. This is a serious, unnecessary risk resulting from stunningly bad design. Before buying this faucet, I called Delta to see if they have redesigned this junction – unbelievably, they have not. However, the customer service lady said that if the clip breaks or comes off, they will provide another clip free under the warranty, but that won’t do much for the water damage. I almost didn’t buy the 9178 because of this design danger, but other products I looked at all had their own reliability and durability issues. Reviewer Mr. Mojo thoughtfully articulated a solution, complete with photo, so I thought I would give the 9178 a chance. I saw first hand how easy it would be to dislodge that clip – accidentally bumping it knocked it off rather easily. In fact, in attempting to replicate Mr. Mojo’s solution, the zip ties, when installed per his photo, actually dislodged the clip from the hose junction as I tightened the zip ties at the specified locations– the clip was left hanging in place but the junction was no longer secured. To solve that problem, I relocated the zip ties per the photos attached to this review, and they are situated so that the clip can not come off so long as the ties are in place and the clip remains unbroken. Just don’t overtighten the ties, or the rigid clip may eventually break from that pressure.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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