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KOHLER Barossa Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless with Soap/Lotion Dispenser and DockNetik
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Barossa Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless with Soap/Lotion Dispenser and DockNetik

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  • Features innovative Sweep Spray technology (see videos)
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The Barossa pull-down kitchen faucet helps to make life in the kitchen easier. It offers convenient features, such as KOHLER's new Sweep Spray that forms a blade of water to forcibly wash debris into the drain and a new magnetic docking system, DockNetik, which secures the spray head in place. Barossa also features a 28 in. hose that extends beyond the basin and a matching, top-fill soap dispenser.

  • Single lever handle is simple to use and makes adjusting water temperature easy
  • High-arch gooseneck spout and 360 Degree spout rotation offer superior clearance for filling pots and cleaning
  • 2-function pull-down spray head with touch-control allows you to switch between sweep spray and stream
  • ProMotion technology's light, quiet nylon hose and ball joint make the pull-down spray head easier and more comfortable to use
  • Extra-long 28 in. kink-resistant hose extends beyond the basin
  • DockNetik, a magnetic docking system located within the spout, smoothly glides and securely locks the spray head into place
  • MasterClean spray face features an easy-to-clean surface that withstands mineral buildup
  • Ceramic disc valves exceed industry longevity standards, ensuring durable performance for life
  • Escutcheon plate optional and included
  • Includes lotion/soap dispenser
  • Can be installed without soap dispenser or plate (Single hole sinks do require the plate)
  • Available exclusively at The Home Depot
  • DockNetik smoothly glides and securely locks the spray head
  • How To Install a Single Handle Kitchen Faucet

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Can I view the installation instructions on line, no link in the discription.? I want to know how does the faucet attach under the counter; a bracket

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with two screws or what?
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April 24, 2014
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There is a video online. Just google that you want an installation video of the faucet. We watched it several times when we had a question.
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January 22, 2014
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The faucet installs with a plastic washer, followed by a metal washer, then a large nut with two screws in the nut itself. These two screws should be installed such that they protrude through the nut about 1/4". Then yousimply thread the nut around the bottom of the faucet until it is snug. Turn the nut so the two screws are front and back. Then, simply tighten the screws. No need to try to get a wrench Read More
The faucet installs with a plastic washer, followed by a metal washer, then a large nut with two screws in the nut itself. These two screws should be installed such that they protrude through the nut about 1/4". Then yousimply thread the nut around the bottom of the faucet until it is snug. Turn the nut so the two screws are front and back. Then, simply tighten the screws. No need to try to get a wrench around the nut. It is very simple. Kohler has an installation video that should be on their website. It might also be on Youtube. Read Less
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January 4, 2014
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I have attached a photo of the bottom of an installed Kohler Barossa faucet for you reference.
The installation was on a 4 hole sink. The photo shows the 3 holes that are utilized by the faucet itself. The remaining hole (not pictured) is used by the soap dispener. A single hole installation only requires the center post which utilizes a plastic washer, metal washer, and a bracket with two screws that
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I have attached a photo of the bottom of an installed Kohler Barossa faucet for you reference.
The installation was on a 4 hole sink. The photo shows the 3 holes that are utilized by the faucet itself. The remaining hole (not pictured) is used by the soap dispener. A single hole installation only requires the center post which utilizes a plastic washer, metal washer, and a bracket with two screws that you hand tighten into place. Once the bracket is in place you tighten the screws with a screwdriver to firmly secure the faucet post. Two plastic nuts hand tighten to the outer two threaded posts to secure the faucet plate on sink with 3 or 4 holes.
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January 2, 2014
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The faucet comes with the installation kit. To install the main part of the faucet to the sink, you put the plastic piece with the seal first, then put the faucet in the hole. From under the sink, you put a clear plastic piece followed by a washer and a threaded piece with two screws. When the threaded piece is tight, you tighten the two screws to cinch it all tight. It's similar to the way you install Read More
The faucet comes with the installation kit. To install the main part of the faucet to the sink, you put the plastic piece with the seal first, then put the faucet in the hole. From under the sink, you put a clear plastic piece followed by a washer and a threaded piece with two screws. When the threaded piece is tight, you tighten the two screws to cinch it all tight. It's similar to the way you install the ring on an insinkerator. Read Less
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December 31, 2013
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The faucet mounts under the sink using hand tightened nuts. If you have a three hole sink there are two on the outside and another in the center. Overall it was much easier to install than my MOEN faucet was to remove.
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December 29, 2013
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The main faucet secures with a brass ring with 2 screws through it that you tighten against the sink. If you are also installing the escutcheon plate (for 3 hole sinks), that secures with 2 plastic discs/nuts.
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December 26, 2013
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My sink had 4 holes in it. There is a plate that covers 3 of the holes. On each end they give you 2 long bolts to screw up into the faucet housing. Once you have it over the holes the bolts stick down about 3". They give you 2 large plastic washer type nuts that screw onto those bolts and that is what holds it fast to the sink. Then the faucet spout/handle assembly will fit down into the center hole of Read More
My sink had 4 holes in it. There is a plate that covers 3 of the holes. On each end they give you 2 long bolts to screw up into the faucet housing. Once you have it over the holes the bolts stick down about 3". They give you 2 large plastic washer type nuts that screw onto those bolts and that is what holds it fast to the sink. Then the faucet spout/handle assembly will fit down into the center hole of that bracket. There is a large nut that screws onto the bottom of spout. It has 2 like set screws in it. You tighten down the nut as far as you can by hand and then tighten down the set screws to draw the spout/handle tighter to the bracket. Read Less
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December 25, 2013
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A plastic washer and metal washer get installed underneath the counter and a bracket threads onto the bottom. The bracket has 2 screws. You thread the bracket on and tighten it down with the screws. Kohler has an installation video for the Barossa faucet on youtube.
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December 2, 2013
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Hello, my name is Jelane with the Kohler Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your KOHLER Barossa 1, 2, 3 or 4-Hole 1-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless Model # K-R776-SD-VS.
I apologize currently there is not a video available online however the attachment to counter is a clamp and screw assembly I have attached a link for installation Read More
Hello, my name is Jelane with the Kohler Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your KOHLER Barossa 1, 2, 3 or 4-Hole 1-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless Model # K-R776-SD-VS.
I apologize currently there is not a video available online however the attachment to counter is a clamp and screw assembly I have attached a link for installation assistance.
http://nickel.kohlerco.com:8888/cgi-bin/findpub?search=1219641.
Please work with your local Home Depot for pricing and availability on this product.
Thank you for your inquiry and choosing the Bold Look of KOHLER. Read Less
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December 2, 2013
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Hello Karl!
I have attached a video that explains exactly how to install this faucet. There should be two bolts that are included with the faucet that will attach the faucet to the sink. You will tighten the bolts down with the included nuts.
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How do you fill the soap dispenser?

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I've heard that some of them require you to go under the sink.
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Just pull it straight up. Fills from the top. Be careful filling it though - it isn't easy to see when it's full.
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The pump/spout fixture of the soap dispenser just lifts out of the top, so you fill it from the top side. Very convenient. You don't have to get under the sink and remove the soap container in order to fill it.
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Easiest way is to remove the top dispenser by pulling it up. Put a funnel on top of the dispenser and fill it with soap.
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You can just lift the pump / top off of the dispenser and pour in soap. The reservoir IS screwed on from underneath but you don't have to remove it unless you want to completely clean it
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You can fill from the top. Strong suggestion is to place cocktail or other thin straw in opening as you fill. This allows air to escape as soap fills. Otherwise you will have a mess if soap fills entire opening as you fill.
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April 24, 2014
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Once it is installed the dispenser just pulls out from the top of the sink. Very easy to refill. I find that it will drip a drop or two of soap but I just touch the end of the spout with my sponge and that stops the problem.
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April 23, 2014
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All you have to do is to pull the pump that you push for soap out from the top, and then fill the dispenser from your soap container. There's no tools needed, just your fingers. Remember to not fill the dispenser completely full, so the pump will fit down without pushing any excess soap.
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The soap dispenser drips after each use! What can be done to stop the drip?

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Fresno CA
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January 31, 2016
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Looking to purchase parts for dispenser and saw this question. I solved this problem by mixing soap and water about 50/50.
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April 29, 2014
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Go to Kohler's website and send them an email about the problem. Mine does the same thing so they are sending me a new one. But maybe it's a design flaw. If the second one drips, I will contact them again. They said it's a new product, so it sounds like they will work with us if it's a design flaw.
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March 2, 2014
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Just keep the sponge or dish towel under the dispenser until the flow stops. Otherwise, the liquid soap is being wasted.
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February 19, 2014
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UPDATE: I did file out the hole in the end of the soap dispenser in order to increase the diameter and this worked. It appears that the design is flawed in that the diameter of hole in the end of the dispenser is too small for the viscous detergent to properly flow though. Therefore it drips until all of the pumped soap runs through, sort of the way honey drips from a spoon. With the hole enlarged, the Read More
UPDATE: I did file out the hole in the end of the soap dispenser in order to increase the diameter and this worked. It appears that the design is flawed in that the diameter of hole in the end of the dispenser is too small for the viscous detergent to properly flow though. Therefore it drips until all of the pumped soap runs through, sort of the way honey drips from a spoon. With the hole enlarged, the soap plops out in one shot...problem solved. Read Less
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February 19, 2014
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I found that after I push the dispenser, I wait for a second or two, and the soap will come out onto my hands. It's not like other soap dispensers. You push down on the handle, and the soap seems to lazily
come out instead of a stream as you push down. After finding this out, I never have any wasted.
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February 19, 2014
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Hello, my name is Justine with KOHLER Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your faucet question.
The escutcheon plate for the KOHLER Barossa 1, 2, 3 or 4-Hole 1-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless is 10 1/2 inches in length and 2 1/2 inches wide
For additional assistance on this inquiry, please contact our Customer Care Center at 1-800-4KOHLER. (1-800-456-4537)
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Hello, my name is Justine with KOHLER Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your faucet question.
The escutcheon plate for the KOHLER Barossa 1, 2, 3 or 4-Hole 1-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless is 10 1/2 inches in length and 2 1/2 inches wide
For additional assistance on this inquiry, please contact our Customer Care Center at 1-800-4KOHLER. (1-800-456-4537)
Thank you for your inquiry and choosing the Bold Look of KOHLER.
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February 18, 2014
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I haven't tried anything to stop the drip. It drips for a few seconds after you use it and then stops until the next use. Its not a big deal I just use the sponge to scoop up the dripped soap so it is a minor inconvenience. I would not let it stop you from buying this faucet. I may try to open up the hole with a small file or something like that but honestly it does not bother me that much.
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Does the spray feature return to stream once shut off and turned on again?

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The water stream stays on what ever setting it was on when turned off. that is if it is set to stream when turned off it will be stream when turned back on and if on fan spray when turned off it will be on fan spray when turned on. This is a very poor design because if it is on fan spray it tends to spray every where when turned back on. I've had other pull downs that always reverted to stream when Read More
The water stream stays on what ever setting it was on when turned off. that is if it is set to stream when turned off it will be stream when turned back on and if on fan spray when turned off it will be on fan spray when turned on. This is a very poor design because if it is on fan spray it tends to spray every where when turned back on. I've had other pull downs that always reverted to stream when turned off and found them much more used friendly. Read Less
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No. The water stream stay on the last setting when shut off.
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No... there's a switch on the pull-down head that select spray or stream. the switch stays in whatever position you last used.
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Yes, it should go back to stream when shut off.
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Hello, my name is Jelane with the Kohler Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your KOHLER Model # K-R776-SD-VS Internet # 204499471
Store SKU # 1000022654 Barossa Pull-Down Kitchen Sink Faucet with Soap/Lotion Dispenser in Vibrant Stainless question.
Yes this faucet will go back to the spray feature when turned off. Please work with your local Home Depot for pricing and availability on this Read More
Hello, my name is Jelane with the Kohler Customer Service. I am happy to assist you with your KOHLER Model # K-R776-SD-VS Internet # 204499471
Store SKU # 1000022654 Barossa Pull-Down Kitchen Sink Faucet with Soap/Lotion Dispenser in Vibrant Stainless question.
Yes this faucet will go back to the spray feature when turned off. Please work with your local Home Depot for pricing and availability on this product.
Thank you for choosing the Bold Look of KOHLER.
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Customer Reviews

Barossa Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet in Vibrant Stainless with Soap/Lotion Dispenser and DockNetik is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 204.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from happy overall Out of the box installation gave a trickle stream of water with no pressure. I was about to take it out and return it to the store, but decided to check online for solutions. The factory website was no help, but hit the jackpot on Youtube. There is a plastic "regulator" in the faucet connectors that was limiting the flow. Once we popped it out, the pressure was as expected. Giving it 3 stars for poor design and lack of instructions. However, it's a nice faucet and I'm happy with the purchase.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I chose this faucet for a customer's kitchen for two reasons: Because of the good reviews; and ... I chose this faucet for a customer's kitchen for two reasons: Because of the good reviews; and the Kohler name. Their design is really good, along with very simple installation design. Better than many of the competing brands. However, there is one fatal flaw in this faucet, and perhaps others on the market. There are water flow-restrictors inside the main hose. After I installed it according to all the instructions, I turned on the faucet only to see nothing better than a good trickle of water. I asked the customer if they have low water pressure? They answered NO, our pressure is great! I double checked all hoses, rechecked the fittings to see they weren't over tight. No change. Next, I called customer service and after trouble-shooting over the phone for 10 minutes, the woman said she too was stumped, and offered to send a replacement. I said; no thanks, since that would take 7 days to arrive, and I could return it to Home Depot in 15 minutes. But I hadn't given up yet. I looked over all the hoses and connections for a solution. It got narrowed down to one connection. The faucet wand connector hose has a white quick-release clip on it. I disconnected it from under the sink and then unscrewed it from it's hose connection. The white plastic piece had parts inside, so I unscrewed this part and used a small screwdriver to get out the first two pieces. They were blue one-way flow valve parts, and I wondered if they could be the issue. But there was still one more small piece inside the white plastic housing. I tried to blow air through this housing and could barely get enough air through it to amount to a small fa*t. It was pathetic. Using a chopstick, I pushed it out of the tube. Then I replaced the other two blue one-way flow valve parts, and reassembled it all. Voila. The faucet now works perfectly, like it should have out of the box. There were no visible signs of anything blocking this little part I removed. Nothing at all. This was simply in place to restrict the water flow. Perhaps according to some Federal standard for water conservation. But this was extreme, and if not remedied, would have meant a product return along with a really negative review. As it stands, I give Kohler a huge thumbs up for making the part in a fashion that allowed the buyer to unscrew it and remove the restrictor. I've attached a photo to show you this part I removed. I hope this helps you all in your decision to purchase a new faucet. John
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I too had problem with low water pressure and warm water at best. I could not find the YouTube vi... I too had problem with low water pressure and warm water at best. I could not find the YouTube video that was mentioned in another review of this faucet that showed how to removed the "regulator". After some investigation, determined that in the white plastic nut part of the quick-connect there is a small cream-colored filter/regulator that is causing the problem. It appears that the black O-ring inside of the filter is restricting the water flow. I removed this filter and now the faucet has great pressure and hot water. I have checked for leaks and have not found any. I'm giving this 3-stars due to issue with this filter and no mention of problem on Kohler web site. Also, Kohler should realize that DIY'ers need support on the weekend since this is when most DIY'ers are doing the work.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I liked most everything about this faucet except for one inexcusable flaw. There is no resistance... I liked most everything about this faucet except for one inexcusable flaw. There is no resistance where the neck swivels, so it will move on its own much too easily. Move it around to the back of the sink and it will creep back out to the middle. All that was needed to prevent this would have been some type of friction bushing to allow for some degree of resistance, or something to adjust tension to keep the spout from moving so freely. It is beyond me why the designers would not realize this flaw. I had to create my own friction piece by taping some leather from an old belt around the swivel area. I ordered online so I did not check any other models and cannot say if they have the same problem. DO NOT order any of these faucets without checking this at a store first. I would not have purchased it if I had done so. I can't imagine anyone being satisfied with a faucet having such an operation flaw. I found the hose weight to be worthless also. It bumps against plumbing under the sink and causes hangups also. Luckily I found no difference in hose retraction without it. The magnetic retention is the best feature and a must without the weight. I would not buy any make or model without that feature.
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I had the same issue as at least two other reviewers mention regarding low water pressure. Removi... I had the same issue as at least two other reviewers mention regarding low water pressure. Removing the tiny o-ring inside the plastic pull hose connector did the trick, as suggested by the others, but nowhere in Kohler's documents or on their site is this mentioned. I was about to return the product, but I think I'll hang onto it with this fix. Still, giving only 3 stars for poor instructions. BIG thanks to the reviewer before me who found and solved the issue. You saved me a huge headache!
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost very good Faucet looks good - good stainless appearance. Pull out sprayer has unusual "fan" pattern rather than a typical conical. Slight spray of water along with the direct stream but not a real problem. Good style. Kohler has good reputation for quality.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best kitchen faucet ever. ease of use. almost flawles. My wife loves it. nice color
Date published: 2016-10-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great Faucet until it you find out it has been leaking for months We had this product installed by a state recognized tenured plumber in the winter of 2015. We recently noticed a leak (along with molding in our brand new custom Kitchen cabinets). We asked the original plumber to check the issue, and he was surprised to find the faucet had a significant leak from inside; The leak of course found a way to the sub floor and we now also have totally warped oak floors. I will have a hard time recommending Kohler in the future if this is the type of quality standard to which their newer product lines will be held.
Date published: 2016-09-16
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