Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 112
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by MrSteffani Looks nice, but isn't durable. Replacement cartridges don't last
I like double handled faucets with high clearance like this, but this faucet that I brought from Home Depot a couple years ago tuned out not to be very durable. After about two years it began to drip, and I replaced the cartridges which had fallen apart when I opened it to see if there was a simple solution. I was not able to get the cartridges at the closest Home Depot (South Bay, Dorchester, MA) where I had bought the faucet. I had to go to the Somerville, MA store to get the parts. Unfortunately within a few months the drip was back and actually worse than ever.
I decided to replace the faucet with a single-lever Moen Essie that I hope will be more durable, but cost twice as much. When uninstalling the Price Pfister Harbor, I discovered the screw nipple that hods the sprayer collar to the sink was breaking from below, falling to pieces. It is made of quite thin plastic, and the force of the hose rubbing against it was sufficient to cause it to crack. The sprayer had never worked well, and the hose never really unkinked from how it was stored in the packaging. The sprayer on the Moen Essie uses quick connectors to attach to a diverter under the sink, and seems to have a better steel jacketed hose. The Moen faucet seems good, and its sprayer works much better so far... time will tell if they live up to their motto.
May 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DMaestro Disapointed with spray hose base not being metal
The main unit is quite good, but the plastic parts make this much less of a bargain, especially the base for the spray hose. This needs to be able to withstand the forces of the hose sliding through it, and it does not. It broke within a week of being installed, because it is plastic. The only reason I still rate this as average, is because the main unit works well and I see most other brands units in the same price range have the same plastic construction in places that should be metal.
March 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lindy really nice faucet
I bought this faucet in 2005. This week I needed to fix a dripping problem. Went to home depot got new stem, easily replaced and back to normal in 15 min. Don't know why everyone is having so much trouble, but mine is 10 years old and still looks like new. I am female and I replaced it on my own. Someone said parts only available online. But home depot had all I needed to fix. No problem with my faucet and I am happy with the product. If you want to pay 600 for a faucet you may still have problems. Phister is no worse then delta or moen. Depends who you talk to. So I can not say anything bad.
November 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BuddyinStL Do not buy!
Within two months, the water pressure dwindled down to almost nothing. Lifetime warranty means getting new catridges every two months to keep the water running. Who wants to fix their faucet every two months?
Spend $20 more and get the Delta Verrona
February 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Autobroker Looks great, but didn't last long
First, let me start by saying that I have bought quite a few Price Pfister plumbing fixtures over the years and most have been good purchases. This one has been a huge disappointment.
I installed one of these in my rental about 4 years ago. Looked great and made the kitchen look much better. A few months later, my tenant was complaining about a leaking sprayer. The housing cracked and would spray a fine mist toward the wall - I bought a new sprayer and at least that part was fixed.
A few months later, she complained about low water flow on the hot side. Okay, took the faucet apart and found out there was some sediment which was blocking the flow of water. Cleared it and it worked fine.
A few weeks later, water is leaking from under the plastic base! THAT'S IT! I tore it out and bought a cheapo replacement faucet. All the other stores were closed, so I bought it at the 24 hours "everything we sell is cheap, low quality" discount store.
The replacement faucet looks much cheaper, however it works. That was over three years ago and no problems.
A couple years ago, the faucet at my sister's rental had the same problem - she bought her's about a year after I bought mine. Same problems, cracked sprayer, clogged hot water line and then leaking from under the plastic base. I helped her replace her faucet with a different new one.
I have five rentals and the two that I installed Price Pfister kitchen faucets are the only ones I've had to replace. I am disappointed.
February 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by TruthMerchant Multiple Replacements
I purchased this product because it looked good at a great price. This was an error. I do not recommend this product. I had to replace it twice in 2 years because the hot water handle failed (same thing both times - the faucet handle snapped and became innoperable). The first time, I thought it was an unfortunate problem with my unit. But a recurrence of the same problem made it clear that this is a manufacturing flaw with deficient parts. Don't waste your money if you want a faucet that will function for more than one year.
November 28, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by R6426 Looks good but...
Installed and worked for 2 1/2 months then started pulsing with hot or cold or both turned on. At first made a thump when turned on but then worked ok until the pulsing started. Back to Home depot within the 90 day return policy. Purchased another brand.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hoss Fitchen sink fauset easey to install and quick
The fauset that was picked out for the way it looked and will last it will be there for as long as Sis lives there and then some. I have used this style before and it is one of the best for the price alltho it is a little pricy.
After getting instaled and my sister seen it for the first time she was almost speachless and was upset because she thought that I had spent a fourtichen on the fauset.
But to her supprise it was not and it realy made the whole kitchen look better.
January 17, 2012