Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 228
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by glostluggage Can't turn off hot water side
Had a handyman install a year or so ago and everything was OK until hot water side started dripping and couldn't be turned off. Hired a plumber to take a look at it and he took the cartridge all apart but didn't see any obvious damage so he reassembled it after cleaning it out. The leak was fixed! (for a few months) and now it is not only dripping it is a steady stream. Called Pfister customer service and two new cartridges (hot and cold) are being sent to me at no charge so, fingers crossed, hope this will be the end of my troubles with this faucet.
August 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gary Nice Look!
Familiar with Delta and Moen, not so much with Pfister. But, this one appears to be solidly built with an attractive finish. Mounted this unit to a 37-inch travertine vanity top during a second bath remodel. I like the conical shapes which are well-suited to the vanity mirror by Eurofase. Appears to be made well enough.
September 8, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jenny Looks classy and practical to use
The high arch of the spout gives this faucet an elegant yet understated look, while the handles make for an easy, comfortable grip. It is a little bit trickier than other models when it comes to the installation part, but nothing your trusted handyman can't handle. Overall it was a good choice for a new faucet. As for shipping, it arrived promptly within the expected time frame.
July 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Iselinzilla Awesome faucet
Price Pfister uses ceramic disc valves. They are two pieces of ceramic that glide across each other when the valve is turned, so they will wear IN, not out. I used to sell faucets and kept a big honkin' box of delta/peerless parts to service their warranties. They advertised "washerless" but I swear I gave out dozens of washer packs and valves every week. Calling a rubber cup/spring combo washerless is bad form.
Only had one complaint on a PP and that was because the contractor used vise grips to tighten the aerator.
This faucet has a neat attachment system. Having put in hundreds of faucets over the years, this was new and exciting to me. This means I had to read the directions.
In my opinion, if you read and follow the directions this faucet will install easily and give trouble free service. Yes, some of the "cheap plastic parts" are preinstalled, but that is for shipping. Take it apart, examine what you have and compare to the easy-to-follow directions and anybody can install this faucet correctly and leak-free. Try to just open the box and mash it in there and you'll have problems and leave a one star review.
I only had one interaction with the PP people, as pertaining to the mentioned aerator, and they were awesome in mailing the part to the customer's house.
All my faucets are Price Pfister.
September 5, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Barbara Great...but check the box
This faucet is good looking and well made. My only issue was that the sealed package was missing the essential parts so that you could "pfast connect" to your water supply, which caused another trip to Home Depot. Otherwise, a straightforward installation process.
July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by huey727 Very nice product
Real easy install, the the special tool provided in the kit. Solid valve assemblies with good connections to flex hoses you already have.
April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RenovateMom Renovate
Great price, design, and easy installation. Added beauty to my new vanity.
April 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bumpercars Looks great and works well
The faucet looks great and works very well. The snap on hoses make installation very easy. I was impressed that there were no leaks to chase down when I turned the water supplies on after I installed it.
By the way, since I do not enjoy working upside down and laying on my back under a sink, I found the easy way to install a wide spread faucet is to lift the whole sink out of the cabinet and turn it upside down on top of the cabinet. You can then remove the old faucet, install the new one, connect the new hoses, all while standing up. Clean off the old caulk and add new caulk before dropping the sink into place again. Easy as can be.
September 2, 2014