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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Elky LOVE IT!
Let me start off by saying that we are seniors on a fixed income who own a new construction manufactured home on our own land. Now having said that, I've been wanting to replace the stainless steel double bowl sink that came with our home because the bowls are just too darn small to fit anything but dishes in. If you have a frying pan, you can't set it in to soak because it won't fit. Anyway, Home Depot finally offered a sink in the proper dimensions needed for a manufactured home refit and it was delivered and installed by me today, as was the faucet, also purchased at Home Depot. Finally, I can wash and rinse pots and pans without that stupid divider getting in the way. Thank you again Home Depot for carrying this sink and at a reasonable price too.
August 8, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lore Purchase was Well Worth it!
Needed a New Sink for a few years now. Could not find a single sink style to fit the cut out in the counter. I have a Mobile Home so dimensions of cut out was smaller than a normal house sink, I had no room to cut out larger. I came across this sink, dimensions were perfect! I ordered the sink, hoping it would fit well & be durable. Fit perfect! Easy to install, purchased clear chalk at hardware store and that was it! Looked Great! It was Thanksgiving, had 23lb turkey to thaw, filled sink with turkey & water. That was ALOT of weight I figured to really test this sink. Sink held up perfectly. I love it and the price was SO AFFORDABLE! You'll love this one too!
December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kat surprisingly great
I was cautious when purchasing because it looks very shiney in the pictures but it's not as bad as it looks. My only downfall about it is that a ring of water remains around the drain but other than that it's great.
March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Motheroflittle Great sink
I'm really happy with my new sink. I had a double acrylic and hated it. It was nasty after 11 years. I didn't really know how to take care of it and was too rough with it. I will be careful with the this one to keep it like new. No hot pans or boiling liquids and no Brillo pads. The 33x19 size was perfect and very easy to install. I love the large open sink area. I used a single brushed nickel faucet with plate and its tight and looks beautiful. Acrylic is much quieter than stainless. Its easy to keep clean. I like everything about it!
February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by colby123 Sink worked out fine
I needed a sink that was 33x19 and this was the only one I could find. Lowes also had it (by ordering it) but it was $20.00 more. I wasn't real excited about putting in an acrylic sink but after I installed it, it looks and works very good. Installation was easy. I would recommend this item.
December 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rick it fit our needs
I was replacing the original sink, a two bowl stainless steel.
The clips on the sink I ordered were useless, since the opening was larger then the new sink.
I had about a 1/4 of an inch on each side, but it was enough to seat the sink.
As a precaution I caulked the under side of the sink as well.
Other that that, the quality of the sink was very good for the price.
June 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maxine Very nice sink
The sink was very nice and looked very sharp. It was such a great price too.
March 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Alex check mounting hole before buy it.!!!!
I consider the product is good... nice termination... looks great... the mounting claps are a really smart solution to make the installation pretty easy BUT they work ONLY if the hole is the exact / expected size.
In my case I am replacing the original sink, which is installed using the typical claws with screws, so the hole was already cut and it is much bigger, so the claps in the new sink are far away from the edges. Claps are fixed (glued, part of the construction), so they is no way to make any adjustment possible to make them fit.
I have been checking for another sink which can fit in the existing hole but that gets me to the typical two-bowl sink which I don't like, but so far I have not had any good luck, so for that reason I am still looking for a solution before returning the product; trying to create beneath the cabinet a new wood supporting structure in order to provide the required size to make the sink steady.
SO my advice: IF YOU ARE REPLACING AN EXISTING SINK, CHECK BEFORE IF THE HOLE IS THE RIGHT ONE (or at least smaller so you can cut it properly).
last comment: the provider didn't ship a box with the cutting diagram/frame as shown in the video, which is also not helping me have a clear vision of how far I am from the right hole, and help me create a wood support.
October 28, 2014