Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 44
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Looks great with my stainless steel appliances
Really debated on whether to go with this SS sink vs a white cast iron (we just purchased all SS appliances). Glad I chose the SS sink; looks sharp! The only downside to SS is that it scratches if you put a pot or pan in it (which is what I normally do when it's dirty). Live.
December 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thomas Self Install Sink
Easy to read instructions. Take your time and read before you start the job. I removed the old unit and cleaned up the old dried up sealer from 50 plus years ago. It fit right in after I took a floor wood trim saw to saw off the sloppy work from the original installers. Took maybe 5 to 10 minutes to saw the front of the sink opening corners, what I call burrs. Then it fit right in. I installed my new water faucet to sink, turned it upside down and I siliconed all along the edge of the underside of sink and dropped it in place. The pluming aligned perfect. I don't have a problem with water noise, so I don't know what others are referring to.
I've never put in a kitchen sink but I am kind of a handy man type so it was very easy. Sink looks nice and the wife is all smiles.
March 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bigbuyerbill This product has a good finish.
This sink is easy to install. I removed the old sink and the existing hole in the counter top had to be enlarged a quarter inch. This was done quickly with a router. Installed the new faucet in the new sink before setting it in in the hole. From the under side, metal clips supplied, slide into a groove on the bottom side of the sink, space them around the rim equally and turn them 90 degrees to grip the under side of the counter. Then tighten firmly, but not excessively, with a screw driver. A small LED flash light helps to see underneath when securing the clips. The installation would have went faster if it weren't for the fact that I am 68 years old, but I did it without help. The sink bowels are deeper than what I had before which is nice too. Another reviewer mention rust, well if you see anything that looks like a trace of rust do not be concerned, because during the finishing process heat generated sometimes will cause a slight discoloration of the stainless metal. I know this because I am a retire tradesman. I did not see any on my sink and I am very happy with it. One more thing, as the gauge number goes down, the sheet metal is actually thicker.
April 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Singingangel I really love my new sink
the installer said it was a very nice sink and was easy to install. I really love my sink. It is deeper and wider than the old white cast iron sink. But it matched the drains perfectly. It is exactly what I want.
March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Archie Kohler sink
Sink arrived very quickly. I was very pleased with the appearance and it was easy to install. Have had it now for about 30 days and so far I am very satisfied.
March 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by EMaier Looks good. Easy to install.
The installation instructions and supplied hardware worked very well for me. One tip I would offer is to buy a tube of silicon sealant and put most of it inside the outer lip. This keeps water on the countertop from seeping through. Once the sealant dries on the outside, you can just peel or roll off the excess for a very clean look.
The "sound deadening" is, as others have written, a bit cheesy. It's just foam rubber squares glued to the outside. Having said that, I have no complaints about the sink being noisy with water running or the disposal on.
It's only been installed for a few days so I can't comment on it's long-term durability.
I'm very happy with the appearance of the installed sink.
January 4, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HandyChick Great sink for the price!
I had my eyes on this sink ever since I bought my house a year ago -- the existing one was a hideous, single-bowl with a porcelin finish (not actually porcelin) that was stained. I've always preferred double-bowl sinks for keeping a dish drainer in one bowl and freeing up the counter space, and this sink is deep enough to hide the drying dishes while still having large enough individual bowls to make washing easy. I did have to chuckle at the "sound deadening" system (basically multiple small rectangular pads stuck on the underside of the bowls), but I suppose that could be standard on lower-end sinks. The slightly recessed faucet deck is great for keeping water from running back onto your counters. I've had mine for about two months now, and I love it!
August 20, 2007
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JawjaPeach4U Super Sturdy and Nice
The picture doesn't do justice for this sink in your home. I love this bowl and am glad I invested in it after careful research. Wax paper helps clean up those water spots and shines it like nobody's business. A little pricey but worth it!
February 11, 2015