Model # HKGKUD3221P

Internet #204633408

Kingston Brass Undermount Stainless Steel 32 in. 0-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink in Satin
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Kingston Brass

Undermount Stainless Steel 32 in. 0-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink in Satin

$226.00 /each

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Product Overview

The 16-Gauge stainless steel sink features a scratch resistant finish, deck polish, and is undercoated with Sound Guard to reduce noise. High quality type 304 stainless-steel construction for strength and durability. Seamless look and function of an undermount sink.

  • Outside dimensions: 32 in. x 20- 3/4 in. x 9 in.
  • Internal bowl dimensions: Left bowl 18-3/4 in. L x 15-3/4 in. W x 9 in. D; Right bowl 16-9/16 in. L x 13 in. W x 7-1/2 in. D
  • Fits 36 in. cabinet
  • Rear set drain openings
  • Drain is compatible with most garbage disposals available in the market
  • Includes mounting hardware and installation template
  • Easy to clean and maintain

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by its a sink arrived on time, product is as advertised, looks real nice would recomend to anyone with any level of experience. very easy to install April 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by undermount sink Great product at a great price. I put it under concrete and have been happy with it ever since. February 6, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Sink is great except for the odor This sink had all the features I was looking for, plus was a heavier guage (16). The price was very low compared to other sinks in its class. It arrived promptly and in good condition. So now the problem...the bottom of it smelt like a bad chemical spill. I had read the reviews and they were mixed on this issue, so I took a chance. It was so obnoxious when I first opened the box I had to let it air out outside. I couldn't even store the packing documents in the house. I had some time before it was going to be installed, so I figured I could air it out and it would be fine...wrong. I tried that for a couple of weeks...still smells. I read a little more online and one suggestion was to apply heat. I used a space heater aimed directly at the bottom. That worked somewhat. It stunk up the garage, but did help drive off a lot of the gases, but not all. I was still afraid I was going to permmently install a smelly $240 sink under my new $4000 granite countertop and ruin the whole job. Finally, the weekend before the installation, I applied several coats of water-based varnish to the bottom pad. That did a pretty good job of sealing in the remaining oder. We've had the renovation done for about two weeks now. My wife loves the sink, but she could detect the oder after we left a it full of hot water one day. I'm pretty tuned into the smell and could pick it up only after opening the cabinet. So the botten line is this...if the sink stinks upon delivery, save yourself the aggrevation and return it. I would if I had to do over again. April 21, 2014
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