Rated 3.4 out of 5Â by 147
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JM1033 Well worth the money.
I have been a user of a 3-bowl sink and 2-bowl sink. I finally decide that a 1-bowl sink is most practical and functional. I found this sink design very useful as the faucet and soap are to the side. This means a larger area to one side of the sink for bigger items. Also the water from the faucet does not fall directly into the drain hole which I think is a plus. A little problem tightening with the provided clips. The soap pump a little flimsy though. This product comes with 2 wire racks which I rather not use in the sink. All in all I am happy with my purchase.
October 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Eric Great value for the price
The project started out to add a garbage disposal to the sink. Then my wife saw this sink, and decided she liked the single bowl concept. And then it grew from there...
She then decided she wanted an under the counter water filter to replace the faucet mounted filter we had. (Well, to be honest, she decided that after we realized the faucet mounted filter would not work with the faucet that came with this sink...)
The sink came with four mounting holes. The faucet only uses one of the holes, and it come with a base plate to cover two of the others. The fourth being for the soap pump that comes with it.
But the faucet can be mounted in a single hole using the adapter that comes with it, leaving three more holes. We used the other holes for the soap pump, the faucet for the under the counter water filter, and the last hole for the switch for the new garbage disposal. (Imagine my relief when I realized I would not have to cut a hole in the sink to add the switch for the garbage disposal - which also meant I got to take back the $40 worth of metal hole saw bits I had bought originally.)
Reading other reviews:
-I guess we got lucky. No issues with the sink being warped, and it sits flush with the counter.
-The clips ARE cheap, but do the job if you don't over tighten. An no, they would not be strong enough to pull a warped sink straight.
-No issues with the faucet. We actually like it, but agree that if mounted in the second hole, it would be too off center for out taste.
-Issues about hose kinking, etc - if you use the supplied weight and install it per the instructions, not sure this would be an issue. We have had NO issues with hose kinking, and we use the sprayer all the time.
-We have only had the sink for about two weeks. Can not make any comments about rusting. (hoping there are none in the future!)
Overall, we are VERY happy with this sink, especially for the price!
January 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BReddick Great Value
It came with a faucet as well. I had read that the clamps weren't the greatest. Not a problem. Love the sink.
December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by David Looks good in any kitchen.
This single bowl sink is really good looking and is so much easier to use than the traditional double bowl which it replaced. Takes large pots and pans for easier cleaning. Great looking and enjoy it every time I use it. The stainless steel rack in the bottom protects from scratching.
January 28, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by SKRP Cheap cheap cheap cheap cheap
Like all the other negative reviews, the first one came out of the box bent on one side and the second was bowed so bad that my installer had to glue it down overnight with weights on top. That did the trick and took care of the gaps and ill fitting clips. Spot of rust also appearing, though the manual says it will not rust and that any rust spots are from other things leaving rust on it. Not so sure. The soap dispenser doesn't like to dispense soap unless pushed on many times straight up and down. Do it from an angle, or once or twice only and no soap. FINALLY, AND WORST OF ALL, THE FAUCET WILL NOW NOT SWING FROM SIDE TO SIDE. When forced, it pulls the entire base plate with it, causing it to leave parenthetical shaped scratches along the two sides.
March 14, 2014