Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by opiffle Really pfine pfaucet
Sorry about the puns. This is a great looking faucet. Installation was fairly straightforward given that it's a replacement and the sink is in place. The handle has very smooth action which I am getting used to because my old faucet had more resistance. The handle pulls out to turn on/off & stays at whatever temperature you just used. I love that there is no hose dangling under the sink waiting to catch on everything under there! I purchased the stainless steel version.
Two things to note:
If you have little clearance to your backsplash, you will need to rotate the handle to the front & reverse the hot/cold waters as I did. Also, the sprayer is plastic which I find odd but expect it was done because of the weight. Doesn't detract enough for me to return the faucet, but that is why I rated it 4 stars instead of 5.
March 1, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JVMAHM2013 Drips from sprayer and no control over function
Our home is new construction and we have been living here since September 2015. Within the past month, immediately when we turn on the water, the faucet drips water from the sprayer holes in the faucet head, while the normal water flow is happening. Even if I press the spray operation buttons on the faucet head, there is no change. This thing is less than a year old and it's driving us nuts!
July 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Captain Excellent design
We installed the GT529-MCS (Stainless Steel) in a new spec house. The faucet was a big hit and was an excellent choice. We plan to purchase another like faucet in the future for our new kitchen. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
December 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JSC Stylish and Functional
We installed this Pfister, Zuri Culinary Kitchen Faucet in our newly remodeled kitchen. This Faucet is super stylish and has the great functional qualities you would expect for daily use.
The appearance of this faucet blends the sturdiness of an industrial type Kitchen Faucet with residential modern day faucet trends, a great combination!
We opted for the Stainless steel finish, which so far has had no issues with rust or deterioration.
We really like the single lever control to adjust the flow of water and also like that you can also control the temperature with that same lever to adjust the water to either Hot, Cold or somewhere in between. Having the lever attached to the main part of the faucet body and it’s vertical placement allows for some extra counter space that you normally lose with other two handle Kitchen faucets
The added docking bar for the spring/hose is a great feature in that it keeps that part of the faucet stationary, but for those times when you need some extra clearance you can easily rotate the faucet to the side, and the high arch and flexibility of the spring allows for an easy adjustment to get around those bulky kitchen items you're trying to wash in the sink like large pots and pans.
The Sprayer head does the job, whether you need a steady flow of water or if you want to have the spray function on, you can easily control that with a toggle button on the sprayer head.
The instruction sheet that came with the product provided a good graphical view of how to install the product.
So far we’ve had no complications with any of the functionality of this faucet , no leaks, no need to call for replacements or troubleshooting.
August 26, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Homee2010 Leaking at transition
I love this faucet. Looks great, functions superbly. However, just as in the previous review, there is a leak. It's at the transition from the vertical rise to the spring portion, at the swivel. Two months is way to soon for this.
June 7, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by adair Uncertain
We love the look of the faucet which we purchased six months ago, however, we note that the head of the faucet often becomes loose and leaks water. Not sure why this is happening, and therfore can't be too sure its not a larger issue. I would recommend it for the look, but would caution on the performance.
February 24, 2015