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Glacier Bay

Model SM1071

Internet #202564213

All-in-One Top Mount Stainless Steel 33 in. 4-Hole Single Bowl Kitchen Sink

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  • 33 in. L X 22 in. W X 8 in. D
  • Sound insulation helps limit noise when in use
  • Made from 18-gauge stainless steel for durability

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Durable and attractive, the Glacier Bay All-in-One Top Mount Stainless Steel 33x22x8 4-Hole Single Bowl Kitchen Sink is a great addition to your kitchen. Constructed of 18-gauge stainless steel with a brushed finish, it has a sleek look that will fit with any decor style. The bowl is large and easy to clean and provides plenty of space for food preparation and cleaning tasks. The sink includes a faucet with a brushed nickel finish, a left-side drain and four pre-drilled holes. Includes limited lifetime warranty.

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  • Includes: faucet with a brushed nickel finish, four pre-drilled holes and a left-side drain
  • Stylish brushed finish
  • Stylish brushed finish
  • Bowl dimensions: 18-55/64 in. W x 29-27/32 in. L x 8 in. D
  • Top mount design for easy installation
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Clamps

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Colorado Springs, CO
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August 6, 2014
I notice lots of complaining about the clamps starting in 2012. It's August 2014 now, did they improve the clamps?
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romeoville il
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May 5, 2016
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Do a youtube search for " Install universal sink clip Keeney PP826-84L "
That is the clips I ued and they were great.
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April 9, 2016
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Yes it does with 2 different spray adjustments that are push button.
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Key Largo, Fl
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August 7, 2015
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The sink that came with the home, didn't use clamps. I put the new sink in myself & didn't use clamps. The sink is a nice tight fit, that is flush with the counter. It's not going anywhere. Just make sure your sink is a tight fit or clamps it is. Watching YouTube can help a lot!!!
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March 4, 2015
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I bought mine in Feb 2015. The clamps are cheap. Hard to install, and you can't place much tension on them before they break. I broke two while trying to correct for a warp in my sink. I solved the warping problem by laying down the silicone sealant as directed, dropping the sink in place and placing heavy weights on the sink edges to overpower the warp, pressing the sink into place. I then *carefully* Read More
I bought mine in Feb 2015. The clamps are cheap. Hard to install, and you can't place much tension on them before they break. I broke two while trying to correct for a warp in my sink. I solved the warping problem by laying down the silicone sealant as directed, dropping the sink in place and placing heavy weights on the sink edges to overpower the warp, pressing the sink into place. I then *carefully* clamped the sink down with the weights holding it in place. End result was one corner with a 1/16" gap, which I filled with silicone. Poor details in an otherwise beautiful sink design. Read Less
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February 4, 2015
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Probably not. Just get the Elkay(?) clips that HD displays near their sinks. They're not expensive. A good plumber can utilize the OEM clips, but the accessory clips make the job easier, and are especially recommended if you're installing the sink yourself.
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Discovery Bay, Ca.
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January 20, 2015
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The clamps are very poorly designed. Too springy.
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Palm Coast, FL, USA
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November 10, 2014
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My plumber installed my sink and new disposal for $125.00 and didn't have any problem with the clamps.
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Delaware
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November 8, 2014
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I used clamps sold by Elkay - and needed a dozen (3 on each edge of sink) for a nice even install
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KINGSPORT, TN
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October 12, 2014
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Bought one month ago and clamp design is junk. When you turn the screws to pull down the sink the screws pop out of the channel
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Mansfield, MA
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October 1, 2014
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Just purchased one a month ago and the clamps were not great. Took one of the reviewers recommendations and purchased the Elkay clamps that were in the same department. These did work better (they are heavier gage steel and less apt to strip) but the real issue is the rail channel mounted on the sink. It tends to be too wide and the clamps heads pull out. On one side I took pliers and closed it a bit so Read More
Just purchased one a month ago and the clamps were not great. Took one of the reviewers recommendations and purchased the Elkay clamps that were in the same department. These did work better (they are heavier gage steel and less apt to strip) but the real issue is the rail channel mounted on the sink. It tends to be too wide and the clamps heads pull out. On one side I took pliers and closed it a bit so that the clamps would hold. This helped considerably. On the other side I used small washers (slightly larger than the clamp screw heard) so that it would better fit the channel. Both methods worked. If you decide to close the channel with pliers be careful as the channel welds are not the best. If you use the washer method, installation becomes a bit more difficult as you have to get the washer and screw into the channel and dong this upside down in a crowded sink base is not all that easy. Read Less
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Faucet will not swivel

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Tampa, FL
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April 29, 2014
It swiveled fine for a few days, then tightened up until I need both hands to rotate it. I took it back and got a replacement. It did the same thing. I installed this same model two years ago in another house and it works fine.
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September 17, 2015
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I'm so happy to be able to tell you how to fix this issue. I installed this sink / faucet combo last year and have fighting with it ever since. Nothing worked for very long and then the faucet was stuck again. I finally found what works is silicone grease. You can buy it at home depot in the plumbing department. It comes in a small container ( 1/2 fl oz.) and costs less than $3. I bought the Oatey brand Read More
I'm so happy to be able to tell you how to fix this issue. I installed this sink / faucet combo last year and have fighting with it ever since. Nothing worked for very long and then the faucet was stuck again. I finally found what works is silicone grease. You can buy it at home depot in the plumbing department. It comes in a small container ( 1/2 fl oz.) and costs less than $3. I bought the Oatey brand # 30219. It says it's waterproof and 90% pure silicone. The bad part is you will have to disassemble the faucet. You may need to use a drill to make the hole under the faucet handle a little bigger to get a hex key in there and remove the handle. Then use a wrench to take the nut off the cylinder under the faucet handle. Take pictures so you can reassemble everything. Once you take it apart, you can use the silicone grease on the surface of the inner cylinder which turns inside the outer casing. Just smear the silicone grease on both surfaces. Coat the entire surface. The silicone may feel sticky, but believe me, if you accidentally drop some on the floor (like I did) and step in it (like I did), you might just break your neck. It is really slippery. Then carefully reassemble the faucet and your problems will be over. It's not as hard as it sounds. Just take your time. Good Luck Read Less
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June 11, 2015
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I've had mine for about a month now and it works beautifully. I have no problems. If you tried 2 of them and they both did the same thing, maybe there is another reason it's happening. Check the faucet under the sink. The sprayer hose might be getting stuck under neither there and it's stopping it from moving. Just a suggestion. I use to have a separate sprayer that kept getting stuck on something under Read More
I've had mine for about a month now and it works beautifully. I have no problems. If you tried 2 of them and they both did the same thing, maybe there is another reason it's happening. Check the faucet under the sink. The sprayer hose might be getting stuck under neither there and it's stopping it from moving. Just a suggestion. I use to have a separate sprayer that kept getting stuck on something under neither and it wouldn't let me pull it out. Read Less
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washington
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February 13, 2015
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Looking at install instructions for a similar "stand-alone" faucet, if the escutcheon is installed the flange, the 1/2" inch thick ring at the bottom of the faucet should NOT be installed. I THINK that should take care of it.
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February 4, 2015
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We had same problem. Faucet is marginal; replace it with a better one when you get tired of no swivel.
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October 17, 2014
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Yesterday I found a small set screw at the rear of the faucet housing. It is down near the base. I removed the set screw altogether and sprayed some Dupont Teflon White Lithium Grease into the hole. I moved the the faucet around so that I could spray more lithium grease in different areas. Then I physically moved the faucet housing left and right to spread the lithium grease around. I wasn't sure it Read More
Yesterday I found a small set screw at the rear of the faucet housing. It is down near the base. I removed the set screw altogether and sprayed some Dupont Teflon White Lithium Grease into the hole. I moved the the faucet around so that I could spray more lithium grease in different areas. Then I physically moved the faucet housing left and right to spread the lithium grease around. I wasn't sure it worked at first, but today it moves pretty well with minimal effort. Try it and see if it works for you too. You may need to make more than one application. You need to use a spray so that you can use the little red straw to get inside the faucet. The propellant evaporates and leaves the lithium grease. Also, don't over tighten the set screw when you re-install it. I think it may have been too tight in the first place. I also attempted to spray some lithium grease along the top and bottom edges of the faucet body to lube that area where the weight of the faucet body rubs the base and top of the assembly. Hope that helps. Seems to have worked for my faucet.
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Mansfield, MA
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September 20, 2014
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Read the reviews and this seems to be a common problem to which no one can find an answer. Best suggestion is to discard the faucet and buy a brand name one.
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Independence MO
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August 19, 2014
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The Faucet become very stiff. I took it apart and sprayed silicone around the gaskets and put it back together, It worked well for one day and then it started locking up again. There probably is not a fix to this problem as I have not found one on the net yet.
I just may have to splurge and get a good reliable faucet.
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lawrenceville, ga
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May 28, 2014
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possible assembled / installed wrong, check the sequence of washers / o-ring/s
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Boise, ID
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May 3, 2014
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So happy I'm not the only one. :) I thought I was going crazy. I truly don't know how this is possible. And a 2nd time??? Same timeline as me, too. Has to be some manufacturing cluster.
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I cant tell but, does the faucet have a pull out spray nozzle? It looks like it might, but there isn't any mention of it.

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Cape Cod MA
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February 11, 2014
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southern ontario
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December 19, 2014
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yes it has a pull out sprayer
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November 8, 2014
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Yes... faucet has pull-out spray
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March 17, 2014
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Yes it does, and there is a button on top of the pull-out spray nozzle for a hard-spraying option.
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Little Rock, AR
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February 13, 2014
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Yes, it does. The sprayer has a large pull out reach area (long). It switches from regular to spray very easily, and the sprayer has a lot of holes (large) for a nice flow. This is a great looking & great functioning sink for the price.
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February 13, 2014
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Yes it does and is very powerfull
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February 13, 2014
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Yes it does I have sink, also faucet has push button from spray to stream great sink.
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Vermont, USA
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February 13, 2014
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Yes, it pulls out and has spray and stream in the nozzle.
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Palm Coast, FL, USA
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February 12, 2014
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Yes, the spray nozzle pulls out of the faucet. This is really one great sink. The size of it makes it so easy to take care of and you can put large pots and pans in the bottom without fear of scratching the stainless steel as they sit on top of the supplied grate. Love mine and would buy another in the future if I were to move.
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How wide does my cabinet have to be to accomodate this sink?

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lalalelu
Davisburg, MI
March 18, 2013
This is a 33" wide sink. I have a 33" wide sink base ordered. Is that wide enough, since the basin itself is not as wide as the rim?
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Liverpool ny
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Need min 36 ". Sink base
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Little Rock, AR
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October 8, 2013
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Although I can't tell you an exact it is about 31" by 20" of a hole you will need. This is because there is a metal bar around the sink edges (underneath) for it to sit better on the counter. I had to cut the hole wider, even though I used to have the same size sink. I would recommend calling a Home Depot store and asking them to measure the metal bar.
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We didn't have a problem with the width, but you're correct the basin is narrower. Our issue was the front to back dimension, it was just under an inch wider than the existing double bowl stainless sink. Used a router to widen the minimum necessary to squeak it into place without damaging support structure of the cabinet.
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Amherst, MA, USA
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I used a 36in sink base. You need the extra space to mount the retaining clips
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Hilton Head Island
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Are you sure it is 33 inches? My sink is 30 1/2" and fits in a 32" base cabinet. Make sure you are just measuring the sink and not the lip of the sink.
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March 18, 2013
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Inside dimensions of your cabinet can be 34" wide. But that would be a snug fit with a perfectly cut opening.
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March 18, 2013
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Hi lalalelu,
A 33 inch cabinet will not be wide enough for this 33 inch wide sink. The normal size cabinet for this size sink is a 36 inch wide cabinet.
Mike,
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 251 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this big wonderful sink. The sink was easy to install and adding in the filter system was a piece of cake. Love having a huge sink that is a dream to use. February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase! I had to widen my sink opening about an inch. To bad there's no way to lock down the adjustable arms on the upper sink basket. To help I use plastic zip ties to restrain the easy movement . No other problems. I had no problem with the tight rotation of the faucet, like some people said in reviews. January 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Pay an installer or stay away Where to begin? I mean wow.... it's been 4 hours in and I am still not done. Frustrated like you can't believe, But not done. So The good, it looks killer great. It's a beautiful looking sink. I bought a really nice commercial style pull down faucet to go with it 2 nicer soap dispensers and a brand new stainless steel curved top water faucet for my reverse osmosis water filter. The combination looks incredible. The bad. Wow, I mean WOW! what a pain! Mine was tweaked just slightly (crooked) and would not sit flat. So I laid an aluminum scaffolding plank across it and piled 200 lbs worth of weights on top and it still would not completely flatten out! Fine, it has some gaps, I can deal with that (a little clear silicone). But the brackets, Unbelievably bad. Installing a new sink should not be this difficult! What Home Depot should have done is give you some heavy duty lag bolts that you slide into the track and then a heavy aluminum bracket that you hold in place with those lock nuts that won't come loose. That way all you would need is a deep well socket with an extension and bada-bing your done! But noooooo! What they give you is a very poorly made super thin black metal bracket with a thin screw that has a very aggressive thread similar to screws used for particleboard (which you know are going to rust in a few years). The problem is that you must use a flat head screwdriver to tighten (NOT the head because remember you installed that into the sink's track) but the opposite end of the screw (yes the thin end that is small and impossible to hold while you are under the sink). Once again it's THIN. so when you try to tighten it the ends break off, making it impossible for you to tighten any more. However most of the time you won't be able to apply any pressure to that screw because getting that small very flexible mounting clamp to stay in place in near impossible! BUT IF AND I MEAN IF... .you manage to A. hold the bracket in place and B. screw it down without it tilting or popping off and that bracket actually manages to bite into wood and not slip off IF you can pull all that off it still doesn't matter because you will not be able to apply enough pressure to flatten out the sink and get a nice clean seal. I can not recommend this sink. In fact I will NEVER EVER EVER buy another Home Depot private label product again!. (Yes exclamation point and a PERIOD!) I could overlook the crummy installation brackets, I really could but the fact that the sink is not flat and other reviewers have also mentioned it is a real problem is troubling at best. Secondly the fact that you can't apply enough pressure to the supplied hardware to make it flat is ridiculous. Spend $100 more, get a name brand. This is not the sink you are looking for. January 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A very cost effective upgrade. The sink is well made with a beautiful bright finish. Its shape maximizes space. My wife thinks the included racks are very helpful. We didn't use the included low end faucet, but opted for a higher end one. A couple of months later, my wife and I are still very pleased with the look and usability of this sink. May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great sink very happy with my purchase! This is a great kit for the money!and the kit is literally idiot proof. Sink comes with a template for cutting out your hole. The drain basket is also compatible for a disposal. It comes with a soap dispenser and a great faucet with a pull out spray head that has 2 settings that are push button. It also somes with 1 heavy wire basket thats great for rinsing vegetables and another heavy wire base that sits over the drain. If you do any canning you will love this sink. Its also big enough to sit those big pans in and let soak if need be. Im extremely pleased with this sink! April 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Terrific Value!! I needed a new sink for the kitchen, but wanted to go "cheap" because really, the kitchen needs to be remodelled and I didn't want to buy an expensive sink for a "tear down" kitchen. I also wanted a single basin sink because I never fill up one side with water, so why have two basins? After a lot of research I decided to take a chance on this model, even though the review were "average." I was also really concerned about the quality of the faucet, since so many reviewers had issue with it. Well, I'm here to say that this sink is a GREAT VALUE. For $200 you get a spacious sink with faucet. I thought the overall quality of the sink AND the faucet were very good. And I was lucky enough that the sink fit in the existing counter-top cut-out!! In less than seven hours, I removed the old sink & garbage disposal, painted the inside of the cabinet, installed the sink and a water filtration system (instead of the soap pump) and started washing dishes! I don't know how the sink will hold up over time, but in a world where you "get what you pay for," I think you get a lot from this small investment. May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Definitely best purchase ever! Finally, I have a sink for every size pot and pan! September 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by LOVED IT AT FIRST. HATE IT NOW. After only a few months the base of the faucet is rusting. The lip on the entire right side is in front of the faucet and soap dispenser. Horrible design. Turning off the faucet with dripping hands, dripping from faucet head after using the spray mode (which then runs down the faucet) and using the too short soap dispenser and there's soap and water draining out of the sink onto surrounding areas. This area is, by design, extremely difficult to clean and keep dry and I have an ongoing mold problem. Talked to an associate at home depot (who ironically had the same sink drainage complaint) who referred me to a second associate who suggested I call Glacier Bay Customer Service. I called Customer Service ...a whole other issue...who could only resolve the problem by suggesting I return the sink and get a different one. I'm not a do-it-your-selfer and paying someone to uninstall and again reinstall a different sink would put me in the red on this. I received neither an offer for further assistance nor an apology. I would suggest you avoid this product. I won't buy another Glacier Bay product again. April 7, 2016
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