Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 73
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by godzilla64 wow
this is the only sink you would want in your kitchen
October 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spam The size of the sink is insane. we told our 6 year old that it was his new spot for time out and he believed us!
My husband and I were so tired of the double sink. It constantly seemed like it was always full. We looked and looked for a stainless steel tub sink and then accidentally stumbled across this beauty when our stainless steel option was back ordered and we had tile people and a plumber scheduled! Luckily for us this product was everything that we had hoped for but didn't necessarily know we would like. For instance: it is some form of plastic composite-never had that before...love it! Also we were nervous about the color white, it does scuff when certain metals drag across it but like another review said, it comes off with cleanser easily and the sink gets scrubbed more often, always a plus. We thought we wanted metal but are so happy with the matte finish. It is different than what you would normally see in a residential kitchen and gives an updated current feel. Last, this sink looks better than all the others we shopped but was the least expensive comparatively. Overall completely satisfied with this product. Please excuse the unfinished back splash!
October 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Doggyxxx Yay! I love my Black Galaxy Swanstone sink!
I don't do reviews, but, I did a ton of searching for six months before settling on this sink and faucet and I absolutely love them so I decided I should return the favor to other information seekers. Here goes. I bought the Black Galaxy Swanstone, 33X22 to replace an old stainless dual bowl sink. I also bought the Moen Level Stainless with single handle, side sprayer and side soap dispenser. Love, Love, Love this setup. The black has tiny white specks (another person described it best as a dusting of white dust), I agree. My husband is not a plumber, but he and I took the old sink out and installed this new one with little effort and we did not know what we were doing. The sink has two holes, we needed three. We were afraid to cut the hole because, of course, if you bust it, you buy it, right. He got a power drill and bought one of the little hole cutting tools for about $6 from Home Depot that has the diamond like stuff glued on the circular end and just let the drill do the work, cut out perfectly, no problem. We did take advise from Swanstone company and ensured we supported the ledge very well before drilling. The tool was called a tile hole saw. The sink is wonderful! The only problem is that too many dishes fit in it and I don't wash dishes often enough!! We just used the sink to cut up and clean a deer - wonderful. I like the side mount sprayer for two reasons - first, I did not want to keep pulling on the faucet with the pull down sprayer for fear of working the faucet loose and second - the sprayer is really necessary to keep the sink cleaned out of debris from dishes because it is so large that food particles will stay on the sides rather than wash down the drain like a smaller sink; with a squirt with the sprayer, the sink washes out great. It is not a shiny surface, but instead a matte finish. I do like the virgin oil idea to rub on it and make it a little shiny. I've put hot pans in the sink, no problem. The faucet looks great with the sink and it a good height and reach. You can install the faucet on the side of the faucet or the front. We put it on the side; really like it, can just bump with side of hand to turn on and wash hands. I also thought the soap dispenser would be a waste, but we actually use it a lot and don't have to keep soap dispensers around the sink. Check out my photos!
December 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Blondeme Excellent choice for a kitchen sink
This single basin sink was heavier duty than expected for the price which was half what others we priced. The additional faucet holes drilled easily and the sink was simple to install. The surface is not shiny and will be easy to clean or to buff out stains should they appear. I love this sink after using it for 3 weeks now. I use a dish pan which minimizes the amount of water needed if there is handwashing to do plus there is lots of room for those extra large skillets or arm loads of greens from the garden (or accomodating a baby bathtub, LOL)
September 8, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MidlifeModern Great sink
Very happy with this sink. I wanted a single bowl, deep sink. Was not certain I would like the color - black with grayish flecks throughout the entire sink. I LUV this color. Water spots don't show and looks clean all the time. I needed new plumbing prior to installing the sink. I used an independent plumber and when the countertop installers were ready to install the sink, they had to have their plumber rework the plumbing due to the depth of the sink. My plumber was unaware of the depth and the plumbing had to be lowered slightly so the sink would fit. Standard depth is 8-10 inches. The sink I had prior was 8 inches deep and this sink is 10 inches deep. Quality sink at an affordable price.
January 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sueallyn Perfect Sink
This Swanstone sink in white is exactly what I wanted and even more impressive once installed. It is a deep deep sink that litterally hides even the biggest pots and pans. I don't need to have anything sitting on the counter waiting to be washed! I do a fair amount of cooking for a crowd and this sink is wonderful, you don't even see the dishes! I live where the water is pretty hard and my old stainless always looked water spotted and grimy. By adding the high arch pull down Pfsiter faucet ( also from Home Depot) I don't have to constantly wipe everything down. I've put the sink to the test with scratchy and rusty stuff and it cleans up as easily as stainless. I have not put a scorching hot pan in it without water as I wouldn't do that anyway, but I think it would stand up. The sink has scored holes under the deck to customize openings for any type of faucet, I chose to use this faucet without the deck mount and because the sink is so deep, make sure to get a very shallow sink drain, your plumber will thank you. This one is a Kohler, oil rubbed bronze also from Home Depot. The best part of this upgrade is that Home Depot's local "Crew 2" installed it for us at literally half the cost of other plumbers in town and we were able to use our Home Depot credit to finance the entire project!
February 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Debrajo I love this sink!
This sink has exceeded my expectations. The size is great for my large pots, roasters, and cookie sheets. Additionally it has a great depth. I read some posts that complained that black sinks are difficult to keep looking clean. I have not found that to be the case however.
One downside is that the mounting clips were not included in my packaging and, the clips sold in the store were not the correct ones. Kudos to the manufacturer, I found their number on the Internet and called. The sent me the clips free of charge and the arrived in 3 days.
March 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joeyful This sink is AWESOME!
First of all, if you compare the price of THE SAME sink in other colors by the SAME COMPANY- this is about half the cost and every bit as nice and beautiful! (I certainly hope they don't "catch on" and up the price!) Besides that, I absolutely love this sink for the fact that it is HUGE and I can put casserole dishes, cookie sheets, etc in it easily. Its so big that before we installed it my 2 boys got in it and pretended it was their boat ;) It truly is scratch and stain resistant and I love the fact that I can put hot pans in it without a care! It is SO EASY to clean and since the color is a nice light cream you can actually SEE that it is clean too. I would recommend if you are putting an oil rubbed bronze fixture on it like we did that you purchase a separate matching oil rubbed bronze disposal drain because the one included with the sink is chrome. One of the best purchases we have ever made for our home! You will LOVE it!
February 21, 2012