Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 34
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rick Will not install without leaks.
I'm a pretty hand guy but this will not install into my bathroom sink without leaking. There is a problem with the design - not with the faucet but with the drain. A piece has to seat against the top of the sink bowl and then against the bottom of the bowl and tighten against the two pieces to force the gaskets to seal. However, either the threaded part of the top piece is too long or the gasket on the bottom piece has too small a diameter - as it comes in the box, the two piece just push against each other and do not seal. The faucet did install very easily but I wonder if those who say that here did not put new drain plugs in, or had a plumber do the install and that plumber brought his own substitute pieces. I would love to learn what I'm doing wrong - I don't think this was designed right.
February 4, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Golfer Great help from Home Depot associate
We installed this faucet 3 years ago and it started dripping last year. This year we tried finding a replacement cartridge to no avail. The sales associate Laura at the camelback store helped us locate the warranty parts-- yes these faucets are warranted for life--via a plumbing supply store out of New York. They shipped us both cold and hot water cartridges, as well as a new handle( I marred the finish removing the old one). Needless to,say I was impressed. Thanks Laura at Camelback and 99th store.
December 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Todd Nice looking, but a waste of money
My wife and teenage daughters saw these faucets and loved them. We had a plumber install them when we redid our daughters' bathroom, and he warned us that they had a lot of plastic components and were cheaply made. He said they were difficult to install as well. Less than a year and a half later, they drip, and the handles on the faucets are loose. We have had Price-Pfister and Moen faucets installed for longer that don't drip. I am not even going to call the plumber back to fix these Martha Stewarts. It's more cost effective to have them replaced with some new Moen faucets that look just as nice, but which are actually cheaper.
November 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by GriffithRunnerDude Do not purchase. Negative reviews are correct.
Faucet leaks after 1 year. Cannot replace the seats--no replacement parts. Very poor quality faucet.
May 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poppersmoke Drips! Poor quality. Plastic components
Styling: good. Quality: very bad.
It may seem like a bargain for $98, but I had to REPLACE it six months later, due to unfixable DRIPPING. No matter what I did, the dripping would recur.
Diagnosis: the components are all plastic and don't fit together well. The design and manufacturing is POOR QUALITY.
Resist the good looks and find something of higher quality. I replaced it with a Moen of similar style for about the same price.
One more negative: it was missing a part from the box. I had to order it from the manufacturer, which they sent for free.
October 9, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Edog Lasted 2 years
We spent $100 on this faucet as we remodeled our bathroom two years ago. Faucet started dripping bad recently. I replaced the o rings hoping to resolve issue, but it still drips constantly. While replacing those, I discovered that the stem cartridges were badly corroded. Then I attempted to replace those and could find replacement parts no where, including at the Home Depot. So we will just cut our losses after only using the faucet for two years and get another brand. Avoid this faucet!
September 14, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JCZ64 Nice looking. Bad Quality
Got two of these. First one started leaking a week after installing. Returned to store got a replacement one. That lasted 6 months before leaking. No replacements parts to be had, so 100$ down the drain.
October 27, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Rachel Not a great faucet
Looks great on the box but very disapointed when I opened the box. Eerything is plastic. The metal piece that atttaches the plug to the pull up piece was way too long for our cabinet so we had to cut it. Also the metal piece going through the plug had to be cut as well, which entailed us to make another trip to buy the right saw in order to cut it. The faucet itself leaks and I have not found a way to tighted them. ALso the rubber stopper underneath can not fet tight enough to stop the leaking from the bowl...
January 9, 2012