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GROHE Eurostyle Cosmopolitan 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in StarLight Chrome


Eurostyle Cosmopolitan 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in StarLight Chrome

  • GROHE SilkMove cartridge allows for smooth, precise handling
  • Starlight finish is scratch and tarnish resistant
  • GROHE SilkMove cartridge allows for smooth, precise handling
$176.33 /each

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Starlight Chrome
  • GROHE StarLight Chrome
  • Starlight Chrome

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Product Overview

Soft curves and fluid lines make the Eurostyle Cosmopolitan two-handle bathroom faucet a stylishly modern complement to a variety of bathroom settings. Designed to please both visually and ergonomically, it combines a subtly arced spout with keyhole-shaped lever handles that are tilted upward at 7 degrees for easier access. The faucet stands 4 1/8 in. tall and the spout reach is 5 1/8 in. The lever handles are each equipped with a GROHE SilkMove for a lifetime of smooth operation cartridge, allowing easy adjustment of the water temperature and volume. GROHE EcoJoy reduces water consumption by up to 50 percent technology reduces the water flow to an efficient 1.5 GPM while ensuring optimal performance. EuroStyle Cosmopollitan is offered in GROHE StarLight finish for scratch and tarnish-resistant surfaces for a lifetime of beauty chrome, a lustrous finish that will not scratch or tarnish over time.

  • GROHE SilkMove for a lifetime of smooth operation
  • GROHE StarLight finish for scratch and tarnish-resistant surfaces for a lifetime of beauty
  • GROHE EcoJoy reduces water consumption by up to 50%
  • 4-1/8 in. faucet height
  • 5-1/8 in. Spout reach
  • 3-1/16 in. Aerator height
  • Solid brass body
  • Metal lever handles
  • Stainless steel flex lines
  • 1.5 GPM (waterSense)
  • How To Install a Widespread Faucet

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Customer Questions & Answers

Pope up drain valve

Doe the Grohe 20 302 include the pop up drain assembly
Asked by: Fixer
Yes. Here's a shot of it.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2016-11-12

What kind of valve is not included?

Asked by: Cristina
Everything you need to install the faucet except 1/2 in braided leads is in the box.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2016-11-12

what is the difference between Eurosmart and Eurostyle Cosmopolitan faucets?

what is the difference between Eurosmart and Eurostyle Cosmopolitan faucets?
Asked by: dl
In practical terms, the Eurosmart is made for tighter spaces. The spout reach is 3 1/2 in. The handles are differently shaped as well. The Eurostyle's spout extends 5 1/8 in. The different reach really comes into its own when you deal with stone countertops with undermounted sinks. Typically, faucet holes have to be drilled about two inches back from the edge on stone vanity tops. The longer reach of the Eurostyle spout handles this better than the Eurosmart. In aesthetic terms, the Eurosmart looks neat and efficient, the Eurostyle has more elegant lines.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2016-11-12
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Customer Reviews

Eurostyle Cosmopolitan 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in StarLight Chrome is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brass Intake Valves. Wow. Super High Quality. Built like a Tank. Will Last Decades. Maintenance Free. These European made company designs are actually superior in most ways to your standard average 5 brands here. They have cartridges inside the intake valves. This is for easy swapping out of the ceramic cartridges if you ever need to do so. Likely, you will never need to do that. The finish Starlight Chrome I find is very smudge free almost fingerprint free. It is an amazing chrome made to last and not corrode.. unlike anything made here. This entire faucet kit is built like a tank.. So Super Solid, Made to Last. The only con is installation is more thorough than your average 5 brands. And, the lever to pull the stopper up is a different design/ harder to reach.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent faucet but somewhat difficult installation Let me begin with an easy part. Grohe is Grohe and the this faucet is not an exception. Beautiful, modern, high quality and Star Light Chrome finish is gorgeous. Now, with regards to a difficult part, my friend is a professional plumber, but I still made him read the review from BuyerBeware22, which he found extremely helpful. After reading it, my friend knew exactly how the installation needs to be done. Once the faucet was installed, it looked amazing. My wife and I are very happy with it.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful faucet with modern style I love the modern look of this faucet. The clean lines and shapes of this faucet will fit in with any design style you have going on in your bathroom. The finish is easy to clean and keep clean, which is very important when you have a large family like I do. The value was great for this high end faucet. I would recommend this product to anyone, DIYers, remodelers, new homeowners, etc. This is a high end, high quality item, at an affordable price.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from REALLY NICE At first I was a bit hesitant to order a product in the starlight chrome because it seemed so much more inexpensive than the other finish choices on the products I looked at, but it turned out to be a great choice. I recently installed a chrome shower set from a different manufacturer and the finish showed every drop of water but this one seems to stay shiny no matter what. This faucet also has great lines, very attractive modern look.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful bathroom faucet! The Grohe Eurostyle Cosmopolitan Bathroom Faucet is a modern design faucet that performs flawlessly and has understated elegance. The starlight finish is super shiny and will not scratch or tarnish. I just remodeled a bathroom and this faucet complements the quartz sink exquisitely. I've received so many inquiries as to who is the manufacturer and am happy to reply "Grohe"!
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Functions well and ideally you will have a helper on hand for the installation This is an excellent bathroom fixture with solid brass construction. Valves work smoothly and well. Easy to install if you have a helper on hand. The directions are a pictorial step-by schematic with arrows next to the steps for installation. The included drain reach is limited to ~9 inches so if you have a longer reach than that another solution will be needed.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely high-quality faucet - technical review My wife and I run a small property business in Western Pennsylvania. We buy, rent, renovate, and sell homes in the area. I am a PA-registered home improvement contractor and head up our small work team. We have quite a bit of experience in both budget and luxury bathroom renovations. I got my start renovating in Greece, and am therefore quite familiar with GROHE plumbing fixtures, which have been for generations in Europe among the most reliable and highest-quality fixtures available. High-quality aesthetic design has been a part of this company’s bathroom fixtures for generations. There are highly visible aspects that GROHE tries to highlight in its promotional literature and videos for its products: how the handles of this faucet are angled very slightly upwards so that they turn more easily, for instance. Sure, the whole fixture looks to many like a work of art, and that’s why many people buy it. However, I’m a renovation contractor, not a designer. I’m sure you have little interest in my aesthetic judgments, and so, as always, I’ll focus on performance-related design and installation issues in this review. In order, I’ll be covering the finish of this chrome faucet, technical aspects of the intake valves, and the cartridges. Then I’ll get to the two drawbacks of this product that I can see. The finish that GROHE is most famous for is the chrome finish used here, which at some point GROHE trademarked as “StarlightChrome,” a rather silly name for something I would normally laugh at, the concept of a patented chrome finish. Chrome is chrome, right? Well, not in this case. You can expect the chrome finish of these fixtures to last for decades of cleaning without dulling, while they are also highly resistant to dings and scratches. I’ve seen this in GROHE fixtures constructed decades ago, and GROHE boasts its finish technology has continually improved since then. I can only imagine how lasting this modern StarlightChrome finish is these days. I next want to talk about the intake valves of this faucet, and there’s quite a bit to cover from a technical perspective. The average US water pressure in an American home is usually measured in pounds per square inch, and ranges from 40-80 psi, with average hovering closely around 50. This faucet can sustain up to 145 psi and is tested at 232, but if is recommended that if you do have more than 72.5 psi coming out of your faucet, you should fit the water intake with pressure-reducing valves (you can get these on, although there’s only a very, very slight possibility that you will need them here in the USA). This faucet will also function up to 176 degrees Fahrenheit (water boils at 212 degrees at normal atmospheric pressure). This overbuilding is part and parcel of a top-quality European bathroom fixture, as residential water heaters overseas vary significantly more in design and delivery from country to country than they typically do here. So whatever your water supply and water heater throw at this faucet, it can handle it for a very long time. The main way that GROHE manages this is through heavy-duty brass intake valves (see Figure 1), the kind you typically don’t see on anything other than high-volume utility faucets these days, and the brass valves on this faucet are special in a number of additional ways as well. The way to connect these valves to your water supply is to screw standard 1/2 in. braided lines (See Figure 2) to them (although GROHE’s installation instructions and included parts make provision for a variety of other fittings there’s no serious chance you’ll use (and all the connection information is in millimeters). The brass intake valves are precisely machined, and the chrome handles SCREW DIRECTLY INTO THE BRASS, forcing the brass head of the ceramic quarter-turn cartridge deep into the plastic nut that controls the turning of the cartridge head (Figure 3). This is important because one of the major reasons that faucets of this design fail during extended use is because loosely connected handle parts come loose and knock around until they fail. This superb design keeps that from happening here, and that’s about forty percent of the problems you could have with a bathroom faucet of this design. Please note, the hot and cold labels on these valves are difficult to read -- you might want to use a permanent marker to mark the hot valve more clearly before you start installing the faucet (Figure 4). Lastly, there’s the cartridges inside the intake valves. Perhaps the biggest reason faucets like this start leaking after extended use is the failure of the ceramic cartridges that control water flow in the handles (Figure 5). For this reason, almost alone in the industry, GROHE manufacturers its own high-performance cartridges. Any plumber can order these cartridges, but it’s convenient that you can also buy these, GROHE model 45 882/45 883 cartridges here at Again, with these wonderfully-machined intake valves, all you need to do is unscrew the handles with your fingers, unscrew the cartridge in the valve with a deep-well socket, and screw in the new cartridge. The leak stops. Because of the overall faucet design, you can easily remove the whole valve from the counter and handle the replacement in a more convenient area than hunched over a sink in a tiny bathroom, which is extremely nice. None of these design features happened by accident. As part of GROHE’s custom cartridge manufacturing operation, the company refers to its many innovations in cartridge operation as SilkMove technology, which insures long life and consistent operation. A home owner will very likely never need to change the cartridges of this particular faucet, but the support is right there if you need it down the line after extended, frequent use in any kind of high-volume setting. I found two drawbacks to this faucet, as I mentioned earlier. The first is the difficulty of the installation. I’ve installed a number of widespread faucets like this by myself. This won’t be easy for a DIYer to put in alone. The installation instructions (common to most European bathroom fixtures) are not as helpful as they could be. In the USA, we have a concept of “sweat equity.” It is not inconceivable for reasonably capable and confident homeowners to buy a much more expensive kind of fixture than otherwise because they plan on installing them by themselves or with a friend, and saving on the installation cost, directly turning DIY efforts into value for their home. In Europe, the concept of sweat equity doesn’t really exist. The reasoning goes that only a cheap fool would buy an expensive fixture and try to put it in alone by himself: such work is best handled by skilled tradesmen. The instructions given here clearly reflect this guiding mentality. GROHE has YouTube installation videos for some of its products, but not this one (get in the game, GROHE!). If you decide to install this faucet yourself, study the minimal instructions and diagrams carefully before you begin and don’t hesitate to get on the phone to the company headquarters for technical help (the number is provided). If you try to replace an existing installed faucet on an attached surface alone, with no one to help you do it, at least hold the valves while you screw in the handles you’ll probably find the task more than slightly problematic Typically, you’ll be installing this kind of very expensive faucet into a stone vanity top that’s epoxied to the top of the vanity. If you could flip it off and handle most of the installation upside down, that’s easy as pie. Doing it upside down in the dark behind the large vanity sink in the counter...not so easy. The second drawback of this faucet has to do with the drain stoppage lever in the back of this faucet. The lever itself is a simple bent round chrome bar (Figure 6). GROHE incorporates a similar design in a number of its faucets. While this faucet is sold as ADA-compliant, you should at least be aware that if you have any issues with limited hand movement, you might find grasping or hooking the little lever on the back of the faucet to open and close the sink drain more difficult than it is on many other bathroom faucets. So here’s my conclusion, hitting the high points: it’s an extremely nice faucet. Not only is it elegantly styled, it’s built like a German tank. You will get years of high-use maintenance-free service out of this faucet, and will likely get decades of use with minimal maintenance. Keeping it clean and shiny will be less of a challenge than you might think. It will probably be a bit difficult for an inexperienced homeowner to DIY the installation with the given instructions, but not impossible. Lastly, if you have anyone in your home with limited hand mobility, check their ability to operate the sink drain stoppage lever carefully.
Date published: 2016-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like it ==== First impressions ==== Small box, everything is well protected by wrapping inside. ==== Installation ==== This went well except for one small glitch. The manual is not written but is made with diagrams only. That way they don't have to make several versions for different languages. The problem with that arises when the handles are screwed to the top of the valves. It isn't really clear how to do that and keep them pointing the correct way. I made several attempts before getting it right. The only clue is an exclamation mark (!) in the diagram pointing to the handle. Other than that, the installation was easy. ==== Usage ==== The valves operate smoothly and without any wobble. The spout has a regular narrow aerated stream like most others. The aerator is easily removed using a simple wrench, not included. I like that you do not have to use a special tool that usually gets lost before it is needed. The drain has a simple standard control that works well, although it is a little hard to reach due to it's partially hidden position. The faucet looks beautiful in the chrome finish. === Summary ==== Beautiful appearance. Confusing instructions with no text. Generally easy installation. Good operation.
Date published: 2016-10-07
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