Model # 65717N-08104

Internet #203584866

Pegasus Ginger Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel


Ginger Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel

  • Durable and stylish
  • Smooth controls with no leak
$14142 /each
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Product Overview

The Pegasus Ginger Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet is an elegant hi arc faucet. It has a ceramic disc cartridge to ensure drip free usage. Easy to install, and includes a limited lifetime warranty.

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Customer Questions & Answers

is this faucet a US made faucet

Asked by: subi
On the box it reads: "Made in China".
Answered by: Norm
Date published: 2015-09-20

Does this brand having a matching soap dispenser?

Can you get a matching soap dispenser?
Asked by: tlsh
Can I have a matching soap dispenser with this?
Answered by: Jody
Date published: 2016-12-18

How can I contact the manufacturer for warranty questions?

I bought this faucet a year and a half ago and am having problems with the handle not staying in the "on" position. It falls down, turning the water off. Who can I contact to make a warranty claim??
Asked by: aloya
Thank you for your question. Simply contact the Customer Care Department at 1-877-580-5682 and they would be glad to assist you with the parts you need.
Answered by: PegasusSupport
Date published: 2016-03-05

Does Home Depot carry replacement parts for the pegasus 65717N-08104 faucet ?

faucet is an on line order. Do you carry parts when something wears out ?
Asked by: Russs
Answered by: CarpenterKen
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

Ginger Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Solid Mid-Range Faucet The pivot action of the neck and the water temp/flow control lever are smooth. The sprayer has a wide pattern but somewhat low pressure; it's also weighted to retract into the neck when it's released. Overall, a solid, mid-range faucet in an organic, contemporary style.
Date published: 2013-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good solid faucet This is a heavy faucet that appears to be well-made. The valve functions smoothly and feels like it will last without leaking. The faucet IS large, but allows for room between the sink and the faucet and we like that. Installation was pretty quick and painless - I had more problems in removing the old faucet than in installing this one. My only negative comment is that the faucet only has one anchor point - in the middle - and when using the base plate for a 3-hole sink, the faucet doesn't "feel" as stabile as I would like.
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Attractive, but has drawbacks This is an absolutely gorgeous faucet on the outside, very modern looking. Although, like some of the other comments, I seemed to have had the same issues after installation: The baseplate and mounting hardware needs to be redesigned. A "flimsy" unsecure mount feeling is experienced by the user even after super tightening the faucet to the sink. My water pressure seems to have dropped 25 - 35 percent, especially when using the sprayer feature. Pull-out sprayer lags and feels loose when returning it back into the faucet neck base. I think with a few design improvements-this could be a better product.
Date published: 2015-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love the way it looks We just had it installed, water flow is amazing. Our installer said it was a great value.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modern beauty The hard part was removing the old faucet. The installation of this new faucet was very simple & easy. I already had 1/2" female pipe thread hoses, from my old faucet, that fit the 1/2" male pipe thread ends to the new faucet's water lines. I rapped the water pipe fittings with Teflon tape, always a good idea with pipe connections. A nice improvement over other sprayer faucets I've installed, is the "quick connect assembly", that allowed me to simply snap together the sprayer hose onto it's pipe. Anything that makes installation easier, when your under the sink, is appreciated. The faucet is beautiful. It easily moves from right to left. The sprayer is conveniently located in the faucet head, to pull out & spray the sink, when needed. The only issues I had were: 1) Although it was shown in the directions, the weight that attaches to the sprayer line for retraction, was not included in the package; 2) The installation directions did not spell out removal of the "Flange" (collar), when using the "Escutcheon".
Date published: 2015-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Beautiful and easy to use. I would Highly recommend this faucet to anyone.
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No warranty support Pegasus does not honor their warranty. Buy any other brand!
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One, Two and Three. Easy as Pie. Glacier Bay Faucet, have been a fixture in this home for as long as we remember. This pull down sprayer, one handle valve is a great Value and Quality. I read some reviews from season installers and fail to see the problem, which was the hose going back into the spout. Now the weight is not there to pull the hose back in all by itself, you need to glide it. I have installed many of these now and the one greatest problem is the plumbing and if you can see it in my pictures the center of the sink is inline with the drain. Now, first we make sure all other lines are pulled away so the weight fall freely and it keeps the hose twisting. I put a cardboard box I trimmed and tied to the plumbing drain, as there's a clean out just above the bottom of the loop were the weight/hose would hang just a bit. With the cardboard edge running all the way up and down it glides over it. DETAILS, overlook them and in most cases your end up at some point returning to fix something. Now, we used the three hole bottom plate for now, till after the new sink goes in. A little touch of an easily removed sealer to prevent water leakage under the plate ( plumber's putty) and the faucet slipped right in and the finger plate, rubber, them the nut and it was in faster then the time it took to get under the sink. It did take a few to put the hose back down the spout, not a straight shot, but most of it is that the hoses is rolled in the box, so a little turn here and there and it soon slips down. You can also take the upper section of the spout off and it's a straighter shot, just make sure the hose goes though that section before you push it down though. Again, look at your details for your sink, what it can or could hang up on and pull the other lines to the side. I've had under sinks where nothings in the center, it's all to the side, to where the drain is centered, water on each side or waters all on one side or the other. You may see all of it in the pictures, but the outside faucets lines and valve (shutoffs) is there, the dishwasher line, valve and drain hose and the icemaker with a valve all along with the sinks water and drain, don't forget the disposal, we are loaded. One last thing I have always found helpful, is the put the weight just, maybe an inch max up on the side that goes to the faucet this way there's a little weight hangs on the hose pulling down just a touch.
Date published: 2015-04-19
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