Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rmath Love My New Sink !
I have compared many of the granite composite sinks and their reviews and found this one to be the best for the money !
I am really impressed on how easy it is to keep clean and it doesn't even show water spots even when I don't wipe it dry !
I purchased the 60/40 because I still hand wash a lot of my cook wear and plastics and the 60 side holds a lot to let air dry . The depth of the sinks are also great !
I purchased the white ( cloud ) because I'm tired of looking into a dark hole ! ( stainless steel ) LOL And it looks great with my new granite counter tops that have a lot of white in it ( snow fall ) .
I highly recommend this brand and this sink
March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by noisyhermit Awesome!
The sink arrived on time. it was well packaged and easy to install. The cut-outs for the faucets and other sink accessories are cut most of the way through. Gotcha: The holes are 35mm diameter and need a graphite cutting hole saw. The mm sizes are expensive and need an arbor tool attachment - total cost about $50. I am a cheapskate DIYer and I used a cheaper 1-1/2 (38mm) inch hole saw with attached arbor. If you have a Dremel tool with a cutting bit, this would work too. This was the part of the install that had me worried. Everything else was great. Attached a Moen Essie faucet and it looks awesome!!
February 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nerak4277 Quartztone is The Way to Go
We purchased this sink online from Home Depot and had it delivered right to our door! It was much lighter than the porcelain one we removed. The color and quality of the Quartztone is excellent. We only have one complaint. The stickers on the top of the sink, were not placed directly over the "knock-outs" for the faucet and soap dispenser holes. So when we placed the punch over the 1st sticker and banged it with a hammer, to knock out the first circle, it wouldn't pop. My husband hammered again a few times, making more chips in the top of the sink until he figured out he'd better look to see what was wrong. We had to lift the sink back out of the opening in the countertop, which caused the clips to pop off. We discovered then, that all three of the stickers were not centered over the knockouts. He had to measure on the underside of the sink, transfer that to the topside, until he figured out exactly where the holes were. We were not going to use the bottom silver plate that went underneath the faucet, but we ended up having to use it anyway to cover up the chips we made in the sink from the first misplaced sticker.
Other than that, the sink looks great-the "earth' color is a nice mellow brown. It is a double and both sides are quite deep. Never use harsh chemicals or aggressive scrubbers on the surfaces of the sink. I just dry it with a soft microfiber cloth at the end of the day and it looks really great.
March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by GrizzlyT Don't bother....fragile junk!
I ordered the sink and received it with a corner busted off.
(Wait, these are supposed to be rugged, right?)
This had me a bit worried, as I've never seen a stainless steel sink with a chunk missing before.
I re-ordered and the 2nd one had a large crack between the bowls!!!
The only to be thankful for, is that I found out what fragile pieces of <insert expletive here> these sinks are. If they can't even withstand shipping, how are they going to last for years, or withstand a accidental pot dropped into the bowl???
Afterwards, I did some digging on the Consumer Reports website and found that they won't even review these types of sinks, because they break too easily, to be taken seriously.
Lesson learned.....BUYER BEWARE!
October 6, 2015