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Glacier Bay

Model # 67275-8004

Internet # 203294809

Builders 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle High-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Brushed Nickel

This item has been discontinued.
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  • WaterSense certified to help conserve water

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Model # 67275-8004

Internet # 203294809

The Builders Widespread 2-Handle High-Arc Bathroom Faucet from Glacier Bay offers an attractive curved design with smooth, soft lines. WaterSense certified, this efficient faucet features a 1.5 GPM flow rate to help reduce water use and ceramic disc valves to prevent drips. Easy to use with dual lever handles and a high-arc spout, it is finished in a brushed nickel PVD that helps protect against rust and corrosion for lasting durability. Pair with other pieces from the Builders collection to create a stylish theme throughout your bathroom.

  • 2-handle design for easy use and precise control
  • High-arc spout has a height of 3-25/64 in. for plenty of clearance
  • Brushed nickel PVD finish for lasting beauty and durability
  • Ceramic disc valves ensure drip-free performance
  • WaterSense certified to reduce water use without sacrificing performance
  • ADA compliant for safety and ease of use
  • Pop-up drain assembly included for convenience
  • Quick-connect installation on 3-hole sink
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • How To Install a Widespread Faucet

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Connection size (in.) 
1/2 In. 
Spout height (in.) 
3.4 
Details
Color Family 
Nickel 
Color/Finish 
Brushed Nickel 
Features 
Ceramic Disk Valves 
Flow rate (gallons per minute) 
1.5 
Handle type 
Lever 
Included Components 
Drain,Handles 
Installation Type 
8" Widespread 
Number of Faucet Handles 
Double Handle 
Number of Faucet Holes Required 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Spout Reach (in.) 
5.4 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
ADA Compliant 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Lifetime Warranty 

MORE PRODUCTS WITH THESE FEATURES

Brand: Glacier Bay
Color Family: Nickel
Number of Faucet Handles: Double Handle
Number of Faucet Holes Required: 3
Features: Ceramic Disk Valves
Handle type: Lever
Review Rating: 2 & Up
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This faucet looks like it could fit in a 4 inch spread set-up. How does that work? Does it just depend on the diameter of the base?

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Winchester VA
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February 7, 2014
Do faucets only fit in the 8 inch, 4 inch, widespread, or mini-spread holes?
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September 10, 2015
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You need the 8-inch spread. Just because I was curious, I measured the bases of the three parts and they are all exactly the same, 60mm, or 2.36 inches. That takes up a bit more than 7 inches together.
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April 15, 2014
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Youneed the 8" spread
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February 8, 2014
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Thank you for your question. Most faucets that are made are made to fit in the holes they were designed for. Many times if you try to put an 8" spread faucet into a 4" spread sink, theres a chance that everything will be to crowded and cause issues with your water connections under the sink. We recommend that you purchase a faucet that is designed for your sink holes.
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Cold Handle is reversed and is facing front when shut off and at the side when on

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April 26, 2013
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Lady Lake, FL, USA
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April 15, 2014
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You need to disconnect and reposition the faucets. Make sure that the faucet is in the off position, then place the handle in the position you want when shut off. Then put the nuts back on and tighten. Just make sure that when you tighten you do not turn the handles
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August 31, 2013
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Defective part. You may be able to swap in store, or may have to return the whole thing and get a new one.
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April 29, 2013
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Thank your for your question. I suggest that you contact the Customer Care Department at 1-877-580-5682 and they can assist you further with the issue you are having.
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what tool to remove handles ?

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Home Depot should be able to assist. There is a tool that you should be able to loosen the nuts without removing the top.. It is awkward and confining but can be done. Be very patient while doing this procedure
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August 31, 2013
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You need an allen wrench to remove the set screw that hold the handles on.
If you have any other Glacier Bay Builder series products (towel bars, tissue holder, etc.) it is the same size allen wrench included with those to attach them to the wall.
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Thank you for your question. To service this faucet you just need a 2.5 metric Allen wrench and a standard wrench.
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Are there coordinating accessories?

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Yes, I had bought a towel ring and toilet paper holder. There is also towel rods in two different lengths. Unfortunately, had to return them because the drain for the faucet in this "Builders' collection leaked.
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Thank you for your question. This unit does not have any matching accessories.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Plastic drain cap snapped upon install Install was fairly easy. It works well and looks great, but it is a poorly designed unit. I tightened the drain valve down into place, hand-tight, and the plastic housing split where the visible brushed metal drain-ring meets the plastic drain assembly. I took it all apart and epoxy'd the pieces back together, which worked for a short while but now it has completely come apart. So now I need to go get some replacement parts and do it all over again for the third time. I suppose I can take some of the blame for being so manly, but I am sure this is happening all the time with this unit, its a poor design. I purchased in the mid-level price range expecting much more quality and less hassle for the price, but this is CHEAP JUNK and deserves to be in the $25 price range, not $90! I would not recommend this unit. July 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Value Easy to follow step by step instruction, installed in about 30 minutes. Attractive curved design with nice height. ADA compliant for ease of using. Quick connect installation makes this faucet a breeze to install. Pop-up drain assembly included. Glacier Bay Builders Model in Brushed Nickel was an excellent purchase. July 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by It really IS junk. I didn't have a smartphone when I bought these or assuredly, I'd have bought another product if I'd read the reviews. I installed five of these less than two years ago in my mom's house, which has a water softener. Two of these began leaking; one could be repaired by replacing the stem and the other had corroded enough to require replacement. I expect the rest to begin their decline shortly. Also, the plunger attachment on a pedestal sink can lead to a bit of crowding behind the pedestal and require some metal bending during installation. The inconsistent quality of these units and their corrosion in such a short time disappointed me. November 23, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Looks Great, But Buy 2 I have 3 of these. They look and operate great when they're finally installed. Problem is that the quality control for Glacier Bay faucets is apparently non-existent. Each of the 3 units I installed had a serious problem that necessitated new parts: leaking cold water cartridge on 1, leaking ball rod and connecting hoses (which actually make the installation a snap if they work) on another, and a broken drain body (caused by manual tightening that apparently went to tight) and a leaking cold water faucet assembly on the third. HD Customer Service is GREAT, but the annoyance of having to essentially do 2 installs per faucet (and waiting a week to finish the job while the parts are being sent) is a real pain. Make life easier and just buy 2 of these for each sink you're working on so when something fails as part of the install (as has happened to each of the last 4 Glacier Bay units I've installed) , you've got the spare parts right there (and then you can return the defective unit so you're only paying for 1 per sink). Another problem I found is that the length of drain body was too short on 2 of my sinks, so I had to add an extra length (not needed for the faucets being replaced) to finish the install. Also, on 1 of the 3 faucets, the length of the copper connecting pipe was just short enough that the old connecting pipes were to short and they had to be replaced. You should note that the water connections are 1/2", so if your old sink is 3/8", you'll need to replace them anyway. I also had a near fatal problem with the center hole on 2 of my Kohler sinks, because the hole wasn't large enough to accommodate the lift rod, which meant that I had to use a 35,000 RPM rotary power tool (and 3 separate bits) to cut a channel that allowed the rod to move freely. You should check this first because if you don't have the right tools, this will stop the installation in its tracks. September 24, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Wish I hadn't installed these We bought two of these on clearance and I installed them on custom 3 cm exotic granite vanity tops with deep undermount porcelain sinks. It was a mistake. 1. I like the look of the faucets, but it was difficult to get them in properly and in an installation on thick granite, the spout will move left and right if it is bumped a bit. 2. The sink pop-up mechanism is all plastic except for the metal top and rod, so you can pull the rod up and twist the backward facing pull tab from side to side. If you bump it it will wiggle, as it is only connected to plastic below. It looks and feels cheap. 3. Turn the handles too firmly and they'll shift more easily that they should, leaving you with a crazy-crooked arrangement. 4. The drain mechanism is of acceptable quality. Mechanisms like these often come with a DIY-overfriendly rubber gasket that I recommend you never use. Plumber's putty will always provide a more reliable seal. 5. In 10 months of regular use, we've had no problems with leakages, faulty hoses, rust, or any mechanical failures with these faucets. What this boils down to is that if someone else is doing the installation, you'll probably be moderately unhappy with these faucets sooner or later, but they probably won't fail on you. If you're doing the installation, you'll be slightly unhappy immediately, but at least you can set matters mostly right when they inevitably go wrong. If you put these faucets in rentals, for instance, you should be prepared to come in and re-adjust them for your tenants all too frequently. These faucets would be mostly fine on a low-end vanity. But they're simply just too cheap for something nicer, and they're especially poorly designed for use with any kind of thicker stone vanity top. The sleek design is unfortunately the best thing about them. I'll probably replace them with something of better quality before I put our home up for sale, and I won't save them for my next rental renovation. September 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It's a beautiful thing Two of this product were installed on a new corrian countertop (new to us-bought 2nd hand at a super price). Installation was relatively easy since we installed them on the top before installing it on the base cabinets. We did have some trouble with the brackets underneath the cabinet being so wide that they ran into the sink assembly and we had to do some filing of the holes in the cabinet to get the pop up rod to work without binding. The lever rod for lifting the pop up also had to be cut off since it stuck back too far and hit the back of the cabinet. Overall this installation came out good and the problems were probably as much the fault of the construction of this countertop as the design of the faucets. May 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by yes, the drain leaks inside cabinet. As others have noted, the ball nut/ball rod/bushing assembly doesn't work and will leak. I am on hold with tech support now, but I'm not optimistic. the directions are poor; there seemed to be an extra rubber washer, not listed on the contents, and an extra bushing. When I identified these extra parts I laid everything out alongside the directions to make sure I hadn't made a mistake, but these parts are extra, and they are confusing. July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RICH LOOKING Quality product and easy to install. Looks great on my new countertop. July 14, 2015
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