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Undermount Granite 32 in. 0-Hole Double Bowl Kitchen Sink in Nero

$363.22 /each
  • Outer dimensions: 32 in. L x 21 in. W x 10 in. D
  • Can be undermounted in granite, tile, or solid surface materials
  • Made from 80% natural quartz stone for extreme durability

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You will love the look of this granite double bowl kitchen sink. Made with actual quartz natural stone, this sink provides a high design appeal. The low divider allows large pans to fit into sink. Shallow 7 in. depth of small bowl means easier reach for food prep and cleanup. Designed to be Undermount in your choice of countertop materials including granite/quartz, solid surface and tile.

  • Made of quartz stone, only a diamond is a harder material
  • Dedicated undermount style provides smooth transition from countertop to sink bowl
  • 10 in. deep left bowl and 7 in. deep right bowl provide maximum work capacity
  • Granite material is heat and stain resistant and won't be harmed by hot pots or boiling water
  • Faucet and strainer not included
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Is this sink designed to have the garbage disposal on the left or right side, or can it go on either?

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Corona, CA
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March 16, 2016
I assumed the garbage disposal would be on the left side, but my contractor installed it while I was away and put it on the right.
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April 21, 2016
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IMO after having a sink with a 10 in deep on the left side and 8 inch deep on the right side with a drawer underneath, I would install it on the 7 inch side. If your disposal jams and you need to crank it from underneath, you won't get the right angle most likely to unjam it. I have to replace my granite sink right now after my granite sink surprisingly cracked (after 10 years) 1/2 inch from the bottom Read More
IMO after having a sink with a 10 in deep on the left side and 8 inch deep on the right side with a drawer underneath, I would install it on the 7 inch side. If your disposal jams and you need to crank it from underneath, you won't get the right angle most likely to unjam it. I have to replace my granite sink right now after my granite sink surprisingly cracked (after 10 years) 1/2 inch from the bottom on the deep sink side (not this sink btw). I plan on installing my disposal on the 7 inch side on this sink. I'm probably going to buy it from a competitor (my nards) though since these sinks are much cheaper there and also offer Espresso (brown) for a color. Read Less
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March 26, 2016
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The disposal can go on either side. Many plumbers prefer to install it on the right side because it's easier, but that shouldn't be the driver for this decision! We preferred to have the disposal on the left side (in the bigger bowl) and even with a very large disposal unit and a sink base cabinet that has a drawer on the bottom, we had no problem fitting the disposal there.
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March 17, 2016
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The garbage disposal can be installed in either sink.
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What color is this sink?

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January 19, 2014
It is called "nero" which means "black" in Italian, but in the photo it appears to be more like chocolate/brown. Can someone who has seen it in person please confirm?
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Castle Rock, WA
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January 2, 2015
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Sink is black, almost like a chalk board.
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Malvern, PA 19355, USA
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March 25, 2014
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This sink "Nero" is very definitely black, but it has a bit of sparkle in it which makes it look really appealing. It's not just a matte, boring color. Don't confuse it with the similar sink that is "espresso" and is chocolate/brown.
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Atlanta, GA
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February 13, 2014
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Hi Kimberly,
Thank you for your question.
The sink belongs to the "Black" color family.
Hope this helps.
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Sink strainer drain

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July 12, 2015
Can you recommend a nickel sink drain to use with this sink? I bought this sink and did not realize the manufacture does not make drains to go with the sink like other companies. I am in a crunch to find the strainer drain as I bought an insinkerator garbage disposal that goes on one side and ordering the satin nickel drain in that side.
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We bought a Glacier Bay brushed nickel strainer at Home Depot and it looks great. Matches the Insinkerator satin drain very well.
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July 13, 2015
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We appreciate your recent purchase of the QULS-3322 granite sink for your kitchen. The drain holes in the sink are a standard 3-1/2" size and should accommodate any standard-sized drain/strainer assembly in the color of your choice. Although we are not aware of any specific brands, we are sure that your local Home Depot store will have a variety of options to choose from.
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Is this sink a composite? If so, is it quartz or granite composite? What percentage of the composite is stone? Does the sink need to be resealed?

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Sort of a tricky question. Swanstone is a composite that has quartz in it. Granite is also primarily composed of quartz! The terminology used in marketing these materials in the US can make this distinction confusing. Swan uses both "quartz" and "granite" in their description of the material. You can check the Swan website for more details about the composite. This material does NOT require sealing. It Read More
Sort of a tricky question. Swanstone is a composite that has quartz in it. Granite is also primarily composed of quartz! The terminology used in marketing these materials in the US can make this distinction confusing. Swan uses both "quartz" and "granite" in their description of the material. You can check the Swan website for more details about the composite. This material does NOT require sealing. It is incredibly strong and looks great. After four months of use we do not have any scratches or marks. Read Less
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June 2, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in the QUDB-3322 kitchen sink. Our granite sinks are considered "composite" sinks and are manufactured with 80% natural quartz stone making them extremely durable. They do not require sealing like a granite countertop does for stain prevention. You can, however, apply Weiman's Granite Cleaner & Polish to restore luster and extend time between cleanings. We recommend using warm Read More
Thank you for your interest in the QUDB-3322 kitchen sink. Our granite sinks are considered "composite" sinks and are manufactured with 80% natural quartz stone making them extremely durable. They do not require sealing like a granite countertop does for stain prevention. You can, however, apply Weiman's Granite Cleaner & Polish to restore luster and extend time between cleanings. We recommend using warm water, a soft, clean cloth/sponge or a Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®. Non-abrasive liquid cleaners and detergents can also be used. We hope this information helps you choose a new kitchen sink for your home. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice sink! Sink seems to be really nice! I got tired of seeing scratched stainless sinks, so gave this one a try. I will say it does seem a bit deep considering it is under the sink mount. If you are a short person, you might have a problem reaching the drains due to the depth of the bowls. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Granite Sink is Lovely I love this granite sink! I installed one in my kitchen during a remodel in Overland Park, KS, and ordered the same sink when I moved into a new home in Nebraska. It is beautiful, scratch resistant, a good value, and easy to clean. September 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So Happy! I love this sink. The upgrade was so worth it. It is very easy to clean. I keep a plastic (red) rack on the bottom to keep pots from scratching although it probably wouldn't. The one thing that may need to be mentioned is the depth of this sink may prove to be too much for a shorter person. I am 5'7" so it's fine for me to reach the bottom. I was worried with the posts that say they have white residue since I have incredibly hard water but I first put a coat of olive oil all over my sink then I wiped it dry. I have not yet had any problem with any kind of residue and it's been three months. I also want to mention I was going to buy a full sink but someone said something about needing a place for washcloth to dry so I got this with a 1/2 divided sink. It is wonderful when I need that full sink for cookie sheets but also works great when I want a sink full of water and still be able to access my garbage disposal. I believe it is the best of both worlds. I did not go with dark brown drain instead I chose to match my faucet. The brown was not black enough July 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Sink! We've had this sink for four months and it has been fantastic. Disposal can be mounted on either side (don't let your plumber tell you it needs to be on the shallow right-side bowl). We've found the different bowl sizes to be very helpful. When washing a small number of items we wash on the right-side to save water by filling the smaller bowl. When washing large pots, pans and dishes or large volumes of dirty stuff we wash in the larger left-side bowl. The larger bowl is huge and allows us to fully submerge pizza and cookie sheets, large fryers and broilers pans. A word of warning for tall folks ... the large bowl is noticeably deeper than conventional kitchen sinks. You may find it awkward reaching down to the bottom of this bowl for washing. Something to get used to. The bottom of that bowl is just 25" above the floor. When installing this sink it is very important to ensure your countertops are level. The bottom of the bowls are very flat (I thought they would be more pitched toward the drains). If you're sink isn't mounted perfectly level water might not drain completely. We've washed the large cast iron grates from our gas cooktop in the sink and figured that process might result in scratches. So far, nothing! These large grates cannot fit all the way into the sink bowl but, with the low divider, we were able to submerge each end of the grates and get them cleaned well. Finally, the appearance of this sink is striking. People will comment on its shape, size and dramatic lines. Our Nero sink is mounted under Blue Pearl granite and the look is fantastic. Great product. March 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This sink is really beautiful - deep, dark and sparkly! I just purchased and had installed last week Steel Grey Granite counter tops from Home Depot and purchased this sink also from Home Depot to compliment it. As you can see in the pictures how beautiful the sink looks with the granite. By the way if you like the faucet, I also purchased it from Home Depot and it's Pfister Pasadena Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser in Slate - Model # F-529-PDSL. Unfortunately, I haven't done the tile work on the backsplash yet, but even without you can see just how beautiful my kitchen looks at the present and much of that is due to the sink. I love the sink in two ways, look and functionality. The sink itself is a work of art with it unusual shape and design. I love the curve of the low divider between the two sinks. Also the black is not a dull black, but has a sparkly quality that makes the sink really beautiful to look at. What I love functionally about the sink is that it is so very deep in the large bowl. The second bowl is not as deep, but very useful as the garbage disposal side and rinse sink when doing the dishes. I look forward to filling up both sinks above the divide to make it into one sink for soaking large pans, like turkey roasting pans, or lasagna trays. Since it's so deep I don't have to worry about hitting the center divide and the faucet when maneuvering large pots and pans. I recommend this sink for someone who likes forward thinking modern design in their kitchen. March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product We are Happy that that we find this sink. Lots of room for tall and wide item you have to wash by hand Easy to clean, no scratches.. Highly recommend this sink April 9, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great design One side is deep and large and the other is shallow and smaller. The low divider between them makes it easy to move stuff back and forth. The deep side hides dishes nicely! The finish looks good and seems to clean easily. Will probably do another review after having the sink for awhile. If the surface performs well this sink will get a five star rating from me. My wife is very happy with it's usability, looks, and cleanup. April 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful This under mount granite sink was easy to install. The color matched well with our granite. Love the depth of the sink and the low divider between the two bowels for ease of washing larger items. February 25, 2015
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