Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 170
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by cbobby Don't buy!! Rusts easily
This sink set looks really nice, but rusts easily and some of the components do not work well. Almost immediately after installing it I noticed what I thought were stains in the sink. Then four months after installation, I saw small rust spots on the inside of the sink that did not go away when I cleaned the sink. When I looked underneath the sink, there were HUGE rust spots all over the sink. I now have to replace this sink FOUR MONTHS after installation. The discoloration I saw a few days after installation was actually the early stages of rusting. Stay away from this sink. Additionally, the soap dispenser is cheaply made and does not work well.
May 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jodee01 RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Poorest value ever! It's no value when in 1 year you have had 4 hoses replaced & less time with a working sink then a running one! I love the sink itself but the hose is so junky it lasts a few months at best , the button rubber insert to turn it to spray I have been through 4 of them as well the rubber rips out in 3 weeks time leaving you with an ugly gaping hole on your faucet for everyone to see. The hoses split leaving you all of a sudden with water spraying under your cabinets my cabinet is now ruined from water damage underneath and so does our office ceiling underneath . The last 2 hoses we had we didn't even use the heavy lead eight they provided . This last hose was from a new faucet they have us . It lasted 3 weeks before the button cover tore & 4 months before the hose blew open again ! Run far from this product it is JUNK!
May 28, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Brian Cheap sink, cheap faucet
looks great, decent size sink and everything looks great, i loved that it had 2 different sized sinks.... but worst decision ever.... the faucet brand new dripped, the stainless steel sink started to discolor and rust after 2 weeks of use, the drains that came with it also started to discolor, it was a pain to install because the rail that hold the clamps was all bent out of shape and didnt hold the screws in so i had to bend it to work, the sink itself also didnt sit flush on the counter so it also needed to be tweaked at install, my advice is stay away and spend the extra money and get a kohler
March 6, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DFL4444 I had all the same problems listed above- please read on!
I am a renter in a mobile home and needed a cheaper solution, even with the reviews above it was my only option.
Instead of using the enclosed clips, use the Elkay black phosphate coated clips available from HD in the same department as the sinks. $4.98 solution!
Do not use the foam band, it will not work. Use good ole plumbers putty (fresh and workable) rolled up enough to seal but not too much to hold it up off the counter.
Use sandbags or other means (that wont scratch) to hold the sink in place while tightening the clamps. This will flatten the sink deformations for you without a hammer, etc.
Having the drains in the back allows the plumbing to also be further back meaning more useable space for what-have-you in the cabinet underneath.
As soon as it is out of the box, cover the exposed edges with painters tape to keep from gouging it when handling it- stuff happens! Remove the tape only when you are cleaning up.
June 30, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sixpowers Poor quality faucet
I like the look and size of the sink. However, we only used the faucet for 4 months and it started leaking at the insertion site of the sprayer. A few days after that, the rubber "button" for the sprayer broke. I'm very unhappy with the faucet and would not purchase Glacier Bay brand again. I was also quite upset that the Home Depot store we bought it at wasn't willing to help us out at all. A total waste of $300.
June 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Geoffrey On second faucet and still same problem after one day!
My wife and I picked this out because of the deep sink and cost. After only two weeks the hot water went to a trickle only. The customer service was great in getting us an exchange, but after one day the hot water stopped coming out almost completely. The tub is not bad but the faucet is garbage. I recommend just getting a separate sink and tub not the combo set. I hope customer service can help me figure out a solution so I do not have to uninstall the whole thing.
The photo below shows the hot water at full on.
March 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DidItMyself Large capacity, accessories incl, streamlined install components
PROS: Great large 9" depth for skillets, pots and pans. Low divider between sinks enable you to put long handled pans all the way in the sink. Strainers included let you air dry a couple of coffee cups, glasses without a dish rack on the counter for frequently re-used items. Sound buffering is good. Very easy install components for both drain and faucet that are very easy to access should you ever need to repair/replace them. Thirty minute install if standard plumbing is in place. IF you install the faucet counterweight correctly I have no issues with this simple to use faucet and retractable regular flow or spray nozzle which is included. It's all about the counterweight position so that it does not hang up or get blocked under the sink on piping or storage items preventing full retraction so that the faucet "re-seats" in the stem (that is true with any counterweight retractable faucet at any price range).
CONS: I don't like the drain strainers. They drop down too easily when trying set them to drain, and hang up when you try to remove them. I will replace these. Only one accessory hole so it's either dishwasher air break versus use as included soap dispenser (which I didn't use because of this) which is easy to refill by the way.
I bought three appliances the same day. This is by far the easiest to install and use. This is a great sink for the price.
May 3, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jswlv08 Good value sink
We just installed this sink this weekend and were a little apprehensive from all the negative reviews regarding the clips and the pull down faucet features. The clips are difficult to secure for sure, that was disappointing. With the foam "weather strips" applied to the underside of the sink, the clips aren't strong enough to draw the sink down flush to the countertop. I'll run a bead of silicone around the edge to keep crumbs/water from getting under the sink. The sink is much quieter using the garbage disposal and running water than our old sink, perhaps a lower gauge stainless steel helps in addition to the sound-deadening characteristics. Overall the appearance is great and we've found the sink to work great. The water pressure is a little lower than we'd prefer (city water), but it's something we'll get used to. Make sure the weight is secured to the hose on the correct side of the loop, if positioned correctly, the spray head and hose neatly and easily retracts back into the faucet without having to shove it back in. It was an easy DIY job, took me about 4 hours from start to finish, including taking out the old sink, installation, plumbing, and clean up.
March 11, 2013