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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jun123 Great Product, Great Quality
We have an historic House built in 1840. Our goal was to get a faucet that complemented the farm house character of our house, while offering higher clearance for big pots, and the like. We compared the Lyndhurst to several Major "Big Brands", and found it to be superior in every respect. The construction was steel where the other guys used a lot of plastic. Performance wise, the first sample had some minor leaking around the base of the cold handle. I swapped it out, and the second example has been working perfectly. Oh, by the way, the cost was about 50% less than the competition. Highly recommended!
March 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sbtinteriors Champagne Taste on a Beer Budget
This faucet looks exactly like others sold for $500 or more. I am so happy I bought it!! And the sprayer is actually easier to handle than the more expensive models.
August 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JenD Just as functional as it is stylish, for a fraction of the cost!!!
I am amazed by the quality that I could get at such a low price. I looked at other faucets with similar styling they were over $400! I have been using it for about a month now and I'm extremely happy with this product.
March 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sueba High end look for less!
I ordered this faucet after installing granite countertops and undermount stainless sink. The purpose of the kitchen upgrades is to sell our home, so I did not want to spend a lot. I had hoped to re-use my old faucet, but it was not cost-effective to retrofit it for my new 3 cm granite. I chose this faucet after reading the reviews and confirming with customer service that the faucet arm does swing side to side (which was not clear from the photo, description or specs) since the sink is double-bowled. It looks absolutely fantastic. The plumber was very impressed with the look and quality, shocked at the low price and said that he was considering installing one in his own home. He had no problem fitting it on the 3 cm granite. The sprayer nozzle is metal and unexpectedly heavy as some others have stated but I view this as a plus and preferable to the cheap feeling plastic ones. I have not noticed any splashing issues due to the height as others have mentioned. As it was installed today, its performance over time remains to be seen.
April 11, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JidB Nice retro looking, go with my old home
It works great so far, only have it a week. Strong water pressure.
September 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bayoured Love It!
Great look for the price. Only had it for a few weeks but so far so good!
May 23, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hotgranny Best Faucet I have ever used
The Lyndhurst 2 Handle Bridge Faucet with Sprayer is the best faucet I have ever used. My last faucet that came with my house was a cheap one handle with sprayer that broke this last spring. After making sure I could use a set that needed 4 holes, I did my research and decided on the Lyndhurst. Working at my sink area is sooo much more user friendly. When it comes time to can my tomatoes, and I can fill my pots with water will be so much easier. The Lyndhurst looks great, it is sturdier and I am a lot happier with it. Maybe next I will put in a new sink and counter.
July 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LabMama1971 Very happy with this product!
I love the style & look of this faucet. This was just the right price, unlike other well known name brands that overcharge for lesser quality faucets with mostly plastic parts. It arrived quickly (plus free shipping!) and I hooked it up. It was easy to install; has a nice heavy metal feel (like faucets used to be!); the heighth of the faucet is great for filling big pans. I just love the overall look of it. I got the oil rubbed bronze which matches the decor of my kitchen. Keep in mind, it is not a 'brushed bronze' so don't expect it to have color variations. I attached a few pictures so everyone can see how gorgeous it looks. Very, very happy with this product - highly recommend.
February 4, 2012