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Concetto Single-Handle Pull-Out Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in SuperSteel Infinity

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  • Single hole installation
  • Dual Spray toggle switches between regular water flow and spray
  • Compatible with GROHE Foot Control, model 30310000
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Specifications

Dimensions

Connection size (in.)1/2 In.Extended Hose Length (in.)5.8125
Faucet Height (in.)8.75Spout Height (in.)4.50

Details

Cartridge Valve TypeCeramic Disc FaucetsColor FamilySteel
Color/FinishSuperSteel InfinityFinishCommercial / ResidentialResidential
Deckplate IncludedDeckplate Not IncludedFaucet Hole Fit1
Faucet Hole Spacing (in.)No Spacing - Single HoleFaucet TypePull Out
FeaturesPull Out Spray WandFinish FamilyStainless Steel
Flow rate (gallons per minute)1.5Included ComponentsHandles
MaterialMetalMount LocationDeck Mount
Number of Faucet HandlesSingle HandlePack Size1
Returnable90-DaySensor ActivationNo Sensor
Spout Reach (in.)7.93Spout Swivel TypeFixed
StyleIndustrial,Mid-Century,Minimalist,ModernValve materialMetal

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Product Overview

The GROHE Concetto Dual Spray Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet is sleek, sophisticated and engineered for superior performance. Convenient pull-out spray easily toggles between regular water flow and spray for maximum versatility for every kitchen task. Meticulously crafted with a high, swivel spout for ease when filling pots, and lever handle that offers precise control of water pressure and temperature. Available in durable GROHE StarLight finishes for lasting beauty.
  • GROHE SilkMove quality ceramic disc cartridge provides ultra-smooth handle motion to ensure precise control of water flow and temperature
  • GROHE StarLight finish ensures a longer-lasting shine with built-in resistance to scratches, tarnishing, and buildup from daily use
  • GROHE SpeedClean nozzles let you wipe away limescale buildup with your fingertip ensuring a strong, steady, even water flow
  • Dual spray function with convenient toggle button on spray head changes water flow from a regular stream for washing dishes or filling pots to a gentler spray for rinsing vegetables or cleaning the sink
  • 100° swivel radius provides ample reach within the sink to quickly rinse, reaching every corner
  • Flexible stainless steel connection hoses are designed for durability, long life and maintenance-free confidenance
  • Weight operated pull-back mechanism for smooth, easy hose retraction
  • Rapid installation system is engineered to easily mount and tighten the faucet from the top


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  • 4.3
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  • 67%recommend this product
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Terrible Quality! Get's stuck on spray
After less than 12 months of usage, every time you turn the faucet on it automatically switches to spray and makes a terrible noise on top. We fixed it for a couple of months with a rubber band (!) but even that doesn't work anymore. I bought Grohe because I had an image of high quality products unfortunately it looks like this is not the case anymore.
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    The quality and finish of this faucet is excellent. You might want to adjust the flow rate befor...
    The quality and finish of this faucet is excellent. You might want to adjust the flow rate before you install it as from the factory, the setting is a tad low for my liking. You can adjust if after installed, but for my installation it's difficult to get to the set screw. Installation was easy. The warranty is ok - not as good as some American brands. Kind of pricey.
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      1 found this review helpful
      Awesome low-profile faucet that we installed in our kitchenette. Our "regular" faucet was blockin...
      Awesome low-profile faucet that we installed in our kitchenette. Our "regular" faucet was blocking one of the doors above it and we were seeking a low-profile one to replace it. This one definitely fits the set-up and looks quite aesthetic. Functionality is superb. Handle is easy to pull and goes right back to its place on a "fly." Stream to spray is well executed with a metal button. Definitely good and solid craftsmanship. Set-up was easy and straight-forward. We had to get additional 12" hoses to extend the ones supplied with the unit. But overall - outstanding functionality and appeal. No plastic parts on the outer, but solid metal body. Definitely RECOMMENDED!
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      2 found this review helpful
      The Concetto is a kitchen faucet with a very low profile. It's super heavy and well-made. The m...
      The Concetto is a kitchen faucet with a very low profile. It's super heavy and well-made. The modern design is very attractive. I haven't installed it yet. It has a low profile, and I'm not sure I'll like it in my main kitchen sink, as I'm used to a high arc faucet. I've attached a picture that shows this faucet and a high arc one. I think it's best use is for a bar sink or smaller secondary kitchen sink.
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      Response from Grohe Customer CareOct 23, 2017
      Thank you for Purchasing Grohe, we appreciate your business. We hope you enjoy your faucet. Please feel free to contact us in the future if you have any other inquiries. We can be contacted at us-customerservice@grohe.com . Grohe-AmericanStandard
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      3 found this review helpful
      I really enjoy the use of this bathroom fauset multifunctional I love the way the sprayer comes o...
      I really enjoy the use of this bathroom fauset multifunctional I love the way the sprayer comes off the faucet and then you just put it back on when your using the water to brush your teeth or wash your hands. If you want to rinse the sink no problem pull off the sprayer rinse your sink even my counter then pop back on. It was pretty easy to install it comes with directions on how to put in I'm a beginner on fastest only done one other one and it was kitchen. The only time I need help was when I asked my husband to hold it still and evenly so I could tighten it up under the sink. Very durable. Wipes up very nicely no smudge or scratch look. Sometimes I've wiped something dry with a towel and it left scratche looks on it. Very well made. You can tell by the weight of the faucet. Very stylish look.. And sure makes it easier in the bathroom for cleaning sink counter. Sometimes I get my arms dirty and you have to lean down in by sink to wash or rinse your arms. Nope not now I pull off the end sprayer and works great no mess and I'm not crouched in the sink I would so recommend this bathroom faucet I feel you get your money's worth and more it is made to last. Arrived nicely packaged from Home Depot just 5 days after I ordered it.
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      2 found this review helpful
      Faucet has no drain
      TAKE NOTE: This faucet is very nice but shouldn't be listed as a bathroom faucet. If you read the on-line detailed description, it indicates that it's a kitchen faucet. I actually used this faucet in a bathroom with a sink that takes up the depth of the entire counter so I needed a faucet that extended out more into the sink. Because this is a kitchen sink, you will need to use an old fashioned rubber drain stopper if you need to keep water in the sink. I actually love this faucet and it served the purpose of what I was buying it for. It extends out into my sink and also has a "pull-out" feature that allows me to clean the sink more easily. The spray feature is great and the water pressure through this faucet is exceptional. (see pics).
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      Response from Grohe Customer CareMay 23, 2017
      This is marked on Home Depots site incorrectly. I have contacted Home Depot to have it corrected. We do have spring loaded drains for the bathroom sinks. These drains are generally installed in a vessel sink. The drain is part # 65818000. I do apologies for the incorrect info. Grohe-AmericanStandard
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      2 found this review helpful
      Low Rise Multi-Use Simple Design Easy to Install
      I like to know basic dimensions and how easy something is to install more than anything else. The "tee" where the faucet joins the riser is approximately 4 5/8" in height. It is angled up slightly to 4 3/4" at the tip of the sprayer. This is probably used best with a drop-in or an undermount sink. The sprayer hooks up with a threaded by quick-connect fitting. The under retaining mount is the big black thing in the pic. It comes apart for faster installation or you can just screw it to tight from the bottom.
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      1 found this review helpful
      multi functional faucet
      First of all, the Description on Home Depot website indicates that this is a bathroom faucet, but the picture and component labels if you scroll down on the website, describes it as a kitchen faucet. I chose to use this as a bathroom faucet. I liked how well packaged this faucet came. Easy to install and most components were already assembled. Instructions showed a "blown up view" of assembly making it easier to install. I wanted this faucet for a bathroom we're remodeling so the pictures I provided are BEFORE we had the chance to get a new sink and vanity. The faucet sticks out from the base about 8" so it will probably be too large for smaller sinks (like the one in my pictures). This faucet pullout handle is great for cleaning up the sink after shaving and has great water pressure. I really like its modern look and will fit in nicely with the impending design of my renovation. Make note that this faucet is a one-hole installation and does NOT come with a base plate to cover extra holes on your sink. All in all, this is a beautiful well made faucet.
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      2 found this review helpful
      Fatally flawed installation problems -- a technical perspective
      My wife and I run a small property business in Western Pennsylvania. We buy, renovate, rent, and sell homes. I am a Pennsylvania-registered home improvement contractor and head up our small work crew. We have a good deal of experience in both mid-price and luxury kitchen and bathroom renovations. I started doing renovation work in Europe, and am thus quite familiar with GROHE bathroom fixtures, which have been a mainstay overseas for generations. There’s a great deal to say about GROHE, and about the complicated situation this old, very-well-respected German brand is in right now, but there really isn’t room for it here. Please, don’t judge the whole GROHE product line by this one faucet. That would be deeply unfair. What’s good about this faucet: 1. The StarLight Chrome finish is not just a fancy name for a nice chrome finish. GROHE has been continually working on the durability of its chrome finishes for 75 years. This faucet will wipe down clean and shiny today, tomorrow, and in fifty years of regular use. 2. GROHE SilkMove technology utilizes precision engineering and Teflon coatings to make everything in its product line move with smooth authority, and that precision in motion will last decades. There’s very little play and wiggle in the moving parts of GROHE fixtures. 3. This faucet’s base is ingeniously designed to practically eliminate all the places crud builds up on regular kitchen faucets. There is an outer casing that extends all the way down to the counter, and that’s what turns and moves 55 degrees right and left rather than the inner cylinder. It’s a very smart, clean design. 4. The pull out spray has a good, deep connection. This is not the sort of pull-out faucet where you have to seat the sprayer two or three times after using it to make sure it’s fully in its place. 5. The hose on these sprayers is most often a very stiff black nylon mesh, stiff enough when under pressure to make it difficult to move the sprayer around easily. GROHE utilizes a softer gray hose that’s more flexible and useful. 6. The faucet is small. It is ideal for a small apartment kitchen sink or anywhere else you need to save space. It is not the best possible faucet for a large, luxury kitchen sink installation. What’s not good about this faucet: 1. All my objections to this faucet relate to its ease of installation. The most difficult standard installation possible is on an existing 1 1/4 granite countertop epoxied to the bottom cabinets, with a standard 35 mm installation hole whose center is set back two inches from the edge of the counter, on top of a large, single-basin undermount sink. I’ve made up a granite mockup of this sort of installation and strapped it to a TV table tray so I can elevate the block and shoot good-quality photographs under it. It works very well for illustration purposes, but you have to imagine a large, deep sink with a one-inch lip in place in front of the granite, cutting off all easy access to the installation hole. Please see Figure 1 for an illustration of the clearance problem. 2. Please look at Figure No. 2, which is simply a shot of the 35 mm installation hole in my mock-up, cut with a nearly-new diamond bit and a wet-drilling purpose-made water reservoir jig. This is the best possible way to cut clean, precise 35 mm installation holes in slab granite. It is also slow and more than a bit messy, and many countertop installers still prefer dry-vacuum setups. Unfortunately, the dry set-ups do not typically cut holes this clean. If the installation hole in your countertop is NOT clean-cut like this, this faucet will likely be very difficult to install, and there’s nothing you can do about the situation after the hole has been drilled. Please look at Figure No. 3, which is an annotated illustration of the faucet’s internal body setup. It should be clear that if the hole is not cleanly cut, the lip indicated will be compromised and therefore the seal between the rubber gasket and the hoses inside the faucet body will be compromised. Your pressurized water supply hoses will slowly corrode while your faucet also drips water down into your bottom cabinet carcass. For this reason, most US-designed faucets which are designed to go in over a granite countertop have a small stationary base plate sealed to the counter with non-staining plumber’s putty. It both guarantees that water doesn’t get into the bottom cabinet through such a gap and visually hides any drilling imperfection. Not only is there no base plate here, the installation diagrams showed, to my astonishment, that the hole diameter specified is 1 5/16 inches, or 34 mm. A 34 mm or 1 5/16 in. diamond hole-boring bit for this sort of work in the Americas or Europe is extremely difficult to find. The standard size of these bits is 35 mm or 1 3/8 in., pure and simple. Moreover, the standard drill bit is about a 64th of an inch wider in diameter than 1 3/8 inches due to the diamond edge brazing that makes the bit work. That installation diagram can only bear that labeling as some kind of repugnant technical strategy to deal with an inexperienced installer who complains too loudly about this obvious installation problem. “Oh, is the installation hole 1 5/16th in diameter? No? Well, then the fact that the faucet didn’t perform is YOUR fault. Too bad, so sad!” In my 1 3/8 in. + 1/64 in.-diameter *clean-cut* hole, the faucet performs exactly as advertised. 3. Please look at Figure No. 4, which is an annotated photograph of the bottom of the installed faucet. The installation calls for a large plastic stabilizing block to be set on the underside. Unfortunately, if you have a stainless-steel undermount sink, setting this block so that it doesn’t fasten incorrectly over the (standard) one-inch lip of the undermount sink would take a good deal of care. And if there’s a glob of the epoxy used to seal the sink to the counter right there? Well, you’re going to have to grind down the block a bit. 4. Please look at Figure No. 5, which is the same photograph as Figure No. 4, annotated in a different way. The hose for the pull-out spigot clamps on to the same brass post that the nut that holds the whole assembly fastens over. The only way (given the near-total lack of clearance that you would have with a single-basin undermount sink) to assemble this without scratching up the brass post significantly is using a pass-through socket set with a 17mm bit. As you can see, it’s far too deep for a deep-well socket. If your installer doesn’t have a metric pass-through socket set at the ready when installing this, she or he will probably use an old-fashioned basin wrench, which has a good chance of scratching up the post, thus possibly compromising the clamping connection for the spigot. Metric pass-through socket sets that include a good-sized 17mm bit do not grow on trees in Western PA, and they might not in your area as well. What does all this mean? Well, put plainly and simply, if your installer is not very well-equipped and experienced, and also doesn’t read this review before getting down to work, installing this faucet on the sort of standard granite counter setup I've been describing would be a nightmare, if it’s even possible. For this reason, and not because of the faucet’s quality, I can’t recommend it. On the other hand, if you’re an experienced DIYer and own a metric pass-through socket set, AND you have the time and patience to see a tricky installation like this through on a smaller sink, you’ll end up with a winner. If you’re installing this faucet on a topmount sink and you have an extra standard escutcheon/base in chrome to use with it, you'll have few problems.That’s the worst part of it. It’s really a great, well-built GROHE faucet. The design just doesn’t seriously take into account American installation realities. For some reason, HomeDepot.com has also classified this faucet as a “bathroom faucet,” even though on the GROHE America website this model is listed as a kitchen faucet. The faucet also doesn’t come with a drain stopper mechanism or a drain assembly, which should have been a dead giveaway, but clearly wasn’t to the five other Seeds reviewers who looked at this faucet. But it is a kitchen faucet, and I’ve reviewed it as such here.
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      11 found this review helpful
      beautiful
      I haven't installed this yet, but I am pleased with how heavy-duty it is and appears to be very easy to install. The directions seem very easy to follow. I believe it will be tougher to take out my old faucet than it will be to install this new one. The design is very nice and modern. The faucet is perfect for the bowl and the sprayer is a great idea. This is really going to pop in my master bath!
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