Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 27
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Contractor Contemporary Faucet at Entry Level
I use this faucet for entry-level rental properties. If you're tired of the wide-spread builder grade faucet, this is a good option at a similar price point. The style nicely updates a bathroom. I've received favorable reviews from clients thinking it was an upgrade.
I would like to see it offered with a 1.0 gpm aerator.
February 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by wassim Bathroom faucet
This faucet looks great with a modern look
Issue: it's very high from the sink that it splashes when it's on
Overall, very easy to install and great material
No water stains stick on faucets so easy to clean
September 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dorris Great product for the price.
The faucet was easy to installed , good directions. It has been 3 days so far and we are very pleased with this product. The only thing I have to say in a negative note is- the pictured product seems to give the appearance of a grey silver coating metal and upon opening the box it is very shiny silver coating. I am not disappointed with the quality I just prefer a smokey grey over a white grey. Other than that I am very satisfied.
August 12, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Militarydude Straight Forward install
Only thing you need is the sink install tool. This was easy to install with the right tool. Looks good. Took about 30 min and water runs like new. Handles move smooth. Very inexpensive compared to many I saw. Of course wife picked it so it was a win win.
October 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JMZjr Great Widespread Faucet Value
My house has 3 widespread faucets in the bathrooms. I replaced the faucet in the hall bath with a high-end, brushed nickel & chrome, high-arc Danze faucet about 2 years ago.
I just bought two of these Dorset faucets to replace the ones in my master bath because they look similar (high arc, slightly bent, tubular handles) and cost significantly less.
The Dorset faucets are all metal construction (the only plastic parts are in the braided, snap-on Y tubing connecting the valves to the spout). Heavily chromed.
What was surprising was that the functional parts of the faucet--all the brass and copper parts underneath (the sink) seem to be identical to my Danze faucet. The mounting hardware is also the same. The only difference is that pop-up drain assembly is plastic (brass on the Danze).
I visited China in 2010 and my bus passed through the town of Shuiko (Kaiping county) where they had billboards everywhere--of faucets! I'm guessing that's where they're made.
This HD house brand Dorset faucet is a great value since my very similar in style and contruction Danze unit listed for 3X more.
March 27, 2012