Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 31
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Johnboy It's a big sink
I recently had this sink installed. It is huge, nice huge, but huge. The depth keeps water from splashing out and the stack on cutting board is an excellent idea. With the additional "little sink" that fits inside the huge sink, I can wash veggies or soak smaller items. All my friends are envious. It's very sturdy and beautiful to look at. Such a nice addition to my little kitchen.
May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PagosaKen Excellent Sink
I replaced our top mount double basin sink with this single basin sink and workstation. My wife and I could not be happier with the result. The sink mounted perfectly without enlarging the hole. The sink is spacious, deep and beautiful. The colander, cutting board and drop in second sink are great and fulfill all of our kitchen sink needs. The only thing missing was a sink grid so I purchased a Kraus KBG-200-33 Stainless Steel Bottom Grid. I installed the sink with a Kohler Cruette faucet. This is the most functional sink & faucet combination we have ever had. We will never go back to a double sink again.
March 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by e2 Fantastic sink - worth the money for busy lifestyle
We have a busy family and this sink does everything we need with style and flair. We can use the small sink to keep dishes soaking until we get them to the dishwasher without tying up the actual sink - there's enough room to move the small sink inset to wash hands, prep food, whatever we need; and still have a neat kitchen. Great product!
Note: it does like to scratch, and it's a tad thin in the metal compared to some other sinks, and it takes up ALL the space front to back - had to lose our little sponge drawers in the face of the cabinet and make a faceplate, but that did not detract enough to reduce the value.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by trillium Great Sin
The Plumber had a little difficulty installing due to an improper piece from the factory. Of course he used his phone to call and get instructions on what to do. The factory told him he could use the old piece instead of the one that came with the new sink.
I had had a sink of this type and wanted one just like it, but American Standard no longer has it. We were thankful to find this Glacier Bay product which appears to be almost like the American Standard.
August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Larie Absolutely love this sink!
We did the installation ourselves. The instructions were both well written and easy to follow. The sink is beautiful, yet amazingly functional. The fitted cutting board a great asset, as my kitchen lacks usable counter tops. And I love the fact that my largest roasting pans and cookie sheets fit complete into the large basin. Thanks for creating this sink!
August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ria Best purchase for the money
I really wanted a farmhouse sink, but they start at $1000 and go up, this is a great alternative for 1/3rd of the cost. Love my new sink.
August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by coco Had to return it
I was concerned about the 20 gauge steel being too thin but went ahead and ordered it based on an earlier review stating how sturdy it was. This was not my experience. Mine felt thin and the edges arrived crimped and bent. I had to return it. I love the idea of the sink. The design is much better than a similar Kohler sink. Unfortunately it was too much of a risk to install this under our granite. I don't think it would support the weight of it and the weight of the disposal.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ForeverDIY LOVE this sink combination!
I absolutely love this sink! Because I now work in professional kitchens, I am used to BIG equipment that easily washes in big sinks. I remember one regular week-day dinner for my family about 15 years ago, where by the time dinner was over, I had bona fide used 10 pots, 5 saute pans, 2 sheet pans, several colanders, spatulas, maybe 6 mixing bowls plates, 6 cutting boards, etc and had completely covered over 10 linear ft of counter space, as well as stacking up the sink two feet up! I could have fit most of that, if not all, albeit with careful stacking, in this sink! Big stock pots for big pots of soup or stews, that many people use to can tomatoes or jelly, have aggravated me for years as I have fought to wash them in a regular sink. Any patience that I had left for fussing around with dipping the corner of a large cutting board in a regular household sink, washing and rinsing that part, then washing another corner, so on for all four corners, I lost long ago before even working in a professional kitchen. Now when I have 2-3 BIG stock pots, 4 med sized bowls, 2 large roasting pans, and even only 4 small cookie sheets (half sheet tray), I can...wait for it...
...put them ALL in the sink to wash later, AT THE SAME TIME, and then return immediately to cooking!
Not only that, but this sink comes with a cute little sink that slides left and right at your pleasure, and it even has its own drain! This means that you can wash and rinse normal household dishes, and put them there to drip dry, off of your counter, just like in a home kitchen 2 part sink. After you put the dishes away, you can remove the sliding sink, which I can store in the sink cabinet underneath, and have the huge sink back!! We recently made stock, bagged it, and put the bags in the little sink with cold water and ice packs for fast chill-down, and the counter was available for other projects! I haven't used the sliding cutting board yet, but did use the sliding colander to wash vegetables and let dry while getting water from the sink. To be fair, there are both pros and cons to this sink:
1. HUGE SINK!
2. DEEP SINK!
3. Extremely useful small sink with its own drain. I have used it every single day!
4. Compact colander that fits in sink
5. Square corners allow for bigger things to fit into sink.
6. The drain is very nice, less things want to fall down into the drain, and perch half over it instead.
7. This sink is way quieter than the one that I had previously, especially when using 1 HP disposal
8. The cutting board looks useful, but for me it is small. In the past it would have been just right.
1. Yes, it does scratch. I read another review, and on its advice ordered a Kraus 33" sink grate when I ordered this sink. I haven't used it, but it looks like it will fit. However, I would not recommend doing that because of the biggest problem, in my mind the only problem, that this sink has...
2. Bits of food seem to scurry under the small sink and you have to move it to chase them down. This does waste some time, and is annoying. Any sink grate will have to be picked up and moved to get at the tiny pieces of food that you spray off of the dishes, an additional irritation. A solution is to always scrape plates into the trash. However, I am certain that I can find some kind of a rubber or vinyl molding, easily removeable, that I can cut to fit across the width of the sink like a dam to hold water and food to one side, maybe even one of those window cleaning squeegees cut to fit?
Looking at both pros and cons, for me, this is a fabulous sink. I wish that I had it when I cooked my son's rehearsal dinner for 50 off -site, a rehearsal lunch for 20 off site before my daughter's rehearsal dinner, and a post-wedding in-home party for 50 for my next-door neighbor.
August 9, 2016