Model # 32283DC0

Internet #203917144

GROHE Ladylux3 Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in SuperSteel InfinityFinish

GROHE

Ladylux3 Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in SuperSteel InfinityFinish

  • GROHE SilkMove - Smooth handling for lifetime comfort
  • GROHE InfinityFinish - Scratch and tarnish-resistant finish
$41930 /each

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Product Overview

The fluid lines and elegantly-arched gooseneck design of the Ladylux3 Pro Dual Spray Pull-Down faucet is perfectly sized for use as a secondary sink. The faucet measures 14 9/16-in. tall and features a swivel spout, with a reach extending 7-5/16-in. The spout incorporates a pull-down spray head with locking push-button control that easily transitions between regular flow and spray functions. GROHE SpeedClean technology provides for easy maintenance by protecting the spray nozzle against limescale buildup. Equipped with GROHE SilkMove for a lifetime of smooth operation technology for effortless precision, the arched side handle controls the water temperature and volume, with forward-rotating activation to eliminate issues with backsplash clearance. Ladylux3 Pro Dual Spray Pull-Down faucet has a 1.75 gpm flow rate and is made of durable, solid brass.

  • GROHE SilkMove for a lifetime of smooth operation
  • GROHE InfinityFinish for scratch and tarnish-resistant surfaces for a lifetime of beauty
  • SpeedClean anti-lime system: Removes limescale with a simple wipe of a finger to maintain a like-new performance
  • GROHE RealSteel Stainless Steel Construction
  • 14-9/16 in. Faucet height
  • 10-1/8 in. Aerator height
  • 7-5/16 in. Faucet reach
  • 360 degree Swivel radius
  • Solid brass body (000, DC0)
  • Dual spray with push button lock: switches from regular water flow to spray
  • Single lever handle
  • Forward rotating lever to prevent backsplash interference
  • CALGreen compliant
  • How To Install a Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet


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Specifications

Dimensions

Connection size (in.)
1 In.
Spout Height (in.)
15

Details

Color Family
Steel
Color/Finish
Stainless Steel
Faucet Type
Pull Down
Features
Adjustable Flow Rate
Flow rate (gallons per minute)
2.0
Housing Material
Stainless Steel
Included Components
Handles,Supply Lines
Minimum Sink Holes Required
1
Mount Location
Deck Mount
Number of Faucet Handles
Single Handle
Returnable
90-Day
Spout Reach (in.)
8
Valve material
Ceramic

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does the sprayer stay on without going to regular flow ? or do you have to hold it on?

Does the sprayer stay on without going to regular flow ? or do you have to hold it on?
Asked by: Glori
this faucet only has regular flow, no spray .
Answered by: Grohe Product Expert
Date published: 2017-05-09

Do you need to use silicone on the base of the faucet?

Do you need to use silicone on the base of the faucet?
Asked by: Gigi
No, We provide you with an O'ring that is installed under the base of the faucet.
Answered by: Grohe Customer Care
Date published: 2017-05-04

Is the faucet made in Germany?

Asked by: tazman0208
This faucet is manufactured in our Portugal plant.
Answered by: Grohe Product Expert
Date published: 2016-09-08
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Customer Reviews

Ladylux3 Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in SuperSteel InfinityFinish is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Nice Faucet I recently installed the Grohe LadyLux3 single-handle pull-down sprayer kitchen faucet in SuperSteel InfinityFinish Model # 32283dc0 on my kitchen sink. This is a beautiful faucet with a smooth motion. The water flow is 1.75 GPM with a pull down sprayer hose that is made of metal not plastic or rubber. this faucet should last any home owner for a lifetime.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sleek Design We are updating our kitchen and have chosen this Ladylux3 faucet. It says that it is made of Supersteel which we found out means that it has stainless steel inside and out. I like the rounded faucet that provides plenty of room to wash dishes and pans in the sink and the pullout sprayer moves in and out smoothly and glides effortlessly. This gorgeous faucet will add style to our kitchen!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great kitchen faucet This faucet is well built and easy to install. I like the fact that it has a dual spray pattern, and the spray stays on but once you turn the faucet off it goes back to the normal stream feature. Very well built faucet and it added a great look to the kitchen sink. It is higher than the regular faucet which is helpful when rinsing a big pots.
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent quality, but has some quirks I got this faucet to put in a rental. I was looking for a solid faucet that i wouldn't have to worry about getting calls from the tenant about issues with it. Overall, this is a solidly built faucet with solid metal parts and only one plastic part, which is super beefy. The movement of the parts are smooth but a little stiff, but not in a bad way. The pull out faucet hose is metal and heavy (in a good solid way, not heavy to hold). I had an over mount sink, so I had to buy the Grohe escutcheon plate (model #07552SDO, $25.96 at homedepot.com), which is an additional expense you should factor if you have the same type of installation. I recommend this faucet with some caveats. Pros 1. Solid metal construction - it is a beast and feels like it will last and the only reason to replace it would be for aesthetics (i.e., remodel) 2. The design is sleek and modern, but also timeless. I fell like it goes in our rental which has a cabin feel, but could also go in a mid-century modern home 3. The water flow and spray pattern are good 4. The pull out faucet has a good reach Cons 1. Like most Grohe faucets, you have to put them together before you can install them. Wasn't difficult to put together, but this is very different than other manufacturers, such as Kohler 2. You cannot toggle between regular water flow and spray pattern. If you turn on the spray, you actually have to turn the faucet off to get back to regular water flow. To me, this is a HUGE con 3. The faucet fittings for this faucet are 3/8" compression fitting with no rubber washer, which is different than most other faucets that use 3/8" lines, a rubber gasket, that is hand tighten. We didn't have the fittings when we went to install it, so had to do another run to the hardware store as it was leaking. Pro/Con 1. Most pull-out faucets use a weight, so when you release the faucet it is 'pulled' back into the faucet neck. Grohe uses a spring which I thought would be a huge pro because you do not have this huge weight getting caught up in your plumbing lines under the sink (happens often and if frustrating!). Well, since Grohe uses a metal wrapped hose for the pull-out faucet, the weight is too heavy for the spring to 'pull' the pull-out faucet back into the faucet neck. It stops about half-way (see pictures). In addition, there is only one way to fit the head back into the faucet neck, it actually snap into place. If you have never used a faucet with the weight, this won't bother you; if you have, it will bother you (like me). However, I think that this design (spring and snap the head back into place) will actually last longer with constant use.
Date published: 2017-04-07
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