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All-in-One Drop-in Stainless Steel 25 in. 3-Hole Single Bowl Kitchen Sink

  • 25 in. L x 22 in. W x 8 in. D. Minimum cabinet width 28 in.
  • Durable stainless steel with brushed finish
  • Includes faucet, drain and strainer
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Product Overview

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Sink Dimensions Width=22 inches Length=25 inches Depth=8 inches
Minimum Required Cabinet Width is 28 inches
Sink Installation Type Drop-in
Bowl Type is Single Bowl
Sink material type 304-grade stain and rust resistant stainless steel
20-Gauge Steel Thickness
Sound Absorbing
Sink Includes Strainer Basket
Sink Includes Faucet
Illustrations May Vary From Actual Product.
Glacier Bay All in One kitchen sink made of durable 20-Gauge brushed stainless steel. The sink features a single basin to provide long-lasting use. Sound insulation reduces waste disposal and water noise to help keep your kitchen quiet while you work.
  • Universal design fits most sink types for easy replacement
  • Installation instructions included with easy-to-follow pictures for simple installation
  • Brush-nickel faucet with pull-out sprayer head included
  • Adjustable basket for spraying fruits and vegetables included
  • 3 pre-drilled faucet holes accommodate the included faucet
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Faucet panel Height is 0.2 in; and width is 2.5 in.

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Ratings
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Number of Faucet Holes3444
Sink ShapeRectangularRectangularRectangularRectangular
Sink MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
Number of BowlsSingle BowlSingle BowlSingle BowlSingle Bowl
Actual Left to Right Length (In.)25252533
Bowl Top to Bottom Depth (in.)879.1259.125
Bundle TypeSink w/ FaucetSink w/ FaucetSink OnlySink Only
FeaturesInsulated,Sound DampeningCorrosion Resistant,Insulated,Sound DampeningCorrosion Resistant,Insulated,Sound DampeningCorrosion Resistant,Insulated,Sound Dampening
Sink Gauge 22 Gauge20 Gauge20 Gauge
Drain Location CenterCenterCenter
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Left to Right Length (In.)
25
Bowl Below Counter Depth (in.)
8
Bowl Front to Back Width (in.)
18.73
Bowl Left to Right Length (in.)
21.73
Bowl Top to Bottom Depth (in.)
8
Cut-Out Below Counter Depth (in.)
8
Cut-Out Depth (in.)
21.38
Cut-Out Width (in.)
24.37
Kitchen Sink Front to Back Width (In.)
22
Spout Height (in.)
6.29

Details

Bundle Type
Sink w/ Faucet
Color Family
Stainless Steel
Color/Finish
Brushed Stainless Steel
Faucet Finish
Brushed Nickel
Faucet Flow Rate (gallons per minute)
1.8
Faucet Type
Pull Out
Features
Insulated,Sound Dampening
Included
Drain,Faucet,Strainer Basket
Kitchen Product Type
Kitchen Sink
Minimum Cabinet Size (in.)
28
Mount Type
Drop-in
Number of Bowls
Single Bowl
Number of Faucet Holes
3
Product Weight (lb.)
13.22
Returnable
180-Day
Sink Finish Type
Brushed
Sink Material
Stainless Steel
Sink Shape
Rectangular
Spout Reach (in.)
8.64

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
IAPMO Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

40Questions25Answers

Is the sink strong enough to mount a garbage disposal?

Asked by Steven April 19, 2020
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I do not have a disposal attached to my sink. The sink is installed in a covered patio. The stainless is of poor quality. and has rust spots that do not go away after cleaning rust remover. I do not recommend this product

what gauge is the steel in this sink

Asked by Gma July 31, 2019
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Answer

someone else said it was 20 gauge, I'll go by that

How do I increase the flow rate / pressure? It’s terrible on my new faucet!

Asked by JennieG May 31, 2019
2
Answers

Mine works as advertised. Perhaps yours is a defective unit or wasn't installed correctly.

We're looking into getting this model of sink--Does it come in either the 16 or 18 gauge SS?

Asked by Suzy March 26, 2019
1
Answer

No, it doesn't come in either the 16 or 18 gauge SS.

Will this sink fit into a corner cabinet that is 36" wide on the back side

Asked by Dean January 29, 2019
2
Answers

yes it should it is only 25 inches wide. I have it in a sink base cabinet that is 27 inches wide, as our kitchen is very small

where do I get new pull out hose and spray head

Asked by russ December 22, 2018
2
Answers

I have seen them on line and some stores have them in stock.

can the faucet be on the left

Asked by changer September 1, 2018
5
Answers

No....unless there was an option to purchase a different layout

is the faucet base plate removable to allow for installation of a reverse osmosis spout and soap dispenser?

Asked by cta September 1, 2018
3
Answers

Yes, I believe it is removable and can be used without the base plate.

How far to the left and right should the faucet swivel? Mine will swivel all the way to the righ...

Asked by AseretMO August 11, 2018
2
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They are adjustable

why won't the brackets attach to the counter? My countertops are 1.5 inch thick wood and the bra...

Asked by AseretMO August 11, 2018
2
Answers

If your having a problem with the hold downs I’d suggest you just route a track around the perimeter of the cut out with your router. Half inch should be fine

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
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  • 77% recommend this product
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Love this piece! Consolidated a small laundry room to add...
Love this piece! Consolidated a small laundry room to add sink!
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Faucet crapped out
Sink is good. Faucet crapped out and stopped working properly after only 2.5 years. Now what? Let's see if they will send me a new faucet under their big lifetime warranty promise? I am very skeptical.
by Tim
1 person found this helpful
faucet leaks.
professionally installed. 1.5-2 ago years. shouldn't be leaking. single individual home so not a lot of use. no way to tighten up or replace faucet part. disappointed.
by mzm
1 person found this helpful
As an engineer it is my opinion that this is poorly conceived piece of garbage - purchase at your...
As an engineer it is my opinion that this is poorly conceived piece of garbage - purchase at your own risk. While it may look nice, there are at least three (3) reasons to avoid this sink: 1: First and foremost the mounting clips are absolutely horrible. Kitchen countertops are generally 3/4" thick and doubled up (1.5") at the outside perimeter to make it look more substantial and to add rigidity to the edge. I used a maple butcher block counter (purchased from Home Depot as well) which is a full 1.5" thickness throughout. Unfortunately these clips are designed for the 3/4 thickness and the back edge that keeps the clip square (so it grips) does not catch in the thicker 1.5" material. This resulted in A LOT of colorful language and extra time spent trying to rectify how to get the clips to hold properly. Eventually I drove shims between the clips and tub to keep the clip square but since the sink tub is asymmetric, this limited the ability to install shims to the sides. 2: The second issue with this sink is the depth - 22". Most kitchen countertops are 25" deep and the aforementioned butcher block maple I used was just that. Before I even considered cutting the hole for the sink I TRIPLE checked it would properly fit in the sink cabinet base. It fit front-to-back, cleared the flip out sponge tray, etc. when the sink was positioned centered front to back. This also allowed two strips of maple in front and back of the sink to insure the counter would not break at a finger joint if I offset the sink closer to the back (such that only one slat ran the length of the cutout). After cutting the sink hole and installing the countertop I discovered there was ZERO material for the sink clips to grip on along the front of the sink (front frame face was right at the edge of the hole cutout). While I could have offset the sink to the back (before cutting obviously), I would have risked breaking the material and there would have been virtually no counter space to place the detergent and hand soap containers. What I am getting at is - the sink is slightly TOO DEEP to mount in a normal 25" deep countertop. A half inch or so less would have worked. 3: This sink package includes a single lever faucet. The sink tub has three mounting holes to allow mounting of different faucet types. Unfortunately the plastic spacer/shim beneath the dress plate is set up for a single mounting hole and the faucet will move slightly (exposing the unused outer mounting holes) if the lever is pressed too hard even though it is sufficiently tightened. The plastic spacer/shim should have locating bosses (not the jerk who yells at you when you're late for work) for the outer faucet mounting holes, OR even better, spend the extra $0.15 for a second shim that can be used when a sink has three mounting holes. My time is valuable and if I had known the shortcomings and headache resulting from installing this sink package prior to purchase I would have avoided it (EVEN IF IT WAS FREE). If you're looking to save money and can tolerate significant installation grief, then by all means purchase this item. If you want to avoid installation headaches and extra effort, I would strongly advise you to look at other sink options. GLACIER BAY: As I said in my first sentence, I firmly believe this sink is a horribly conceived piece of garbage. Your designers failed to take into account countertop material thickness as a variable AND failed to consider mounting along the front of the sink when mounted within the confines of the most common countertop depth. Packaging the faucet and sink together without consideration to keeping the faucet firmly located in its proper place shows little consideration was given to customer satisfaction. You should not solely rely on customer feedback to correct product deficiencies.
by GeekDad
12 people found this helpful
I purchased this sink maybe a year ago i was planning my kitchen remodel, contents were inspected...
I purchased this sink maybe a year ago i was planning my kitchen remodel, contents were inspected and all contents were stored in the box and placed in the basement, when went to install the sink I noticed small patch/specs of rust around the companies logo at the top left, I was able to remove them by scrubbing. Today I went in to make dinner and now the sink has what appears to be rust around all 4 edges, something that shouldn't happen with a stainless sink and one that's only been installed maybe a week or two. I invested a lot of time and pride in this job, it was my first remodel, top to bottom and am constantly primping/tweaking the room every time I walk through it, this one thing alone has ruined the job. And if that was not enough, the kitchen faucet that was included squeals constantly when turned on, this was diagnosed (online) as possible high water pressure, but this is the only one of 3 in the kitchen and countless other throughout the house that have had this issue.
by Bayotle
7 people found this helpful
Products a good buy for the price. Faily easy to install, a little tight in a normal counter with...
Products a good buy for the price. Faily easy to install, a little tight in a normal counter with a backsplash but if you take your time you’ll be fine. Looks good and functions well
by Ohwhoaisme
2 people found this helpful
Excellent product nice looking happy with
Excellent product nice looking happy with
by Ne
1 person found this helpful
Unique shape and the rack make it a great sink for multi-tasking.
Unique shape and the rack make it a great sink for multi-tasking.
by TJMS
Works for me
==== First impressions ==== Everything in one box; sink, pull-out-head faucet, and drain. ==== Usage ==== I will replace the kitchen sink in my small home with this one. The old one has a full back deck that wastes space at the back, so this one will actually be larger inside than the old one of almost identical outside dimensions. The sink is reinforced underneath with an added sound-deadened panel to stiffen the bottom. A lot of complaints about the cheaper stainless steel sinks is that they are flimsy and noisy. I didn't notice any of that with this one. A trial installation was preformed and went smoothly. This set assembles easily and simply. The faucet is a single-hole version, but a 3-hole cover plate (escutcheon) is included. You just substitute the escutcheon for a small spacer disc when installing into a 3-hole sink like this one. So there will be one unused part in any case. I would keep the left-over spacer if you ever want to move the faucet to a single-hole sink, perhaps by hanging it from or taping it to the back of the sink. The drain installs simply as well. There are 10 fasteners to hold the sink down to the counter top. Each can be adjusted from underneath using a screwdriver. A ring of foam "weatherstripping" is included to seal the sink to the counter, but I will use some plumbers putty instead. A small Allen wrench is also included for servicing the faucet. The faucet has two spray patterns, the usual one with normally aerated flow and a wider spray pattern. You press a couple of buttons atop the spray head to change patterns. I found it a little difficult to operate them. I am not sure I will use the basket, but it may come in handy some day. The drain basket does not have an "UP" position detent, so it too easily slips back to the lower position. I find that very annoying. ==== Summary ==== Everything you need in one box. Not too noisy. Easy installation. Drain basket keeps dropping down. Two spray patterns. Includes 3-hole cover plate adapter.
by GaryDoug
15 people found this helpful
SINK FOR MY PATIO
I NEEDED A SINK FOR MY PATIO SO TO ACCOMMODATE MY BAR AS WELL AS MY BARBEQUE AND TO WASH MY HANDS ,POTS, PANS AND WHEN DOING GARDEN WORK. THE SINK IS 20 GAUGE, IDEAL GAUGE FOR THIS SINK, VERY RIGID. THE FAUCET HAS A Dual-function pull-out sprayer with secure docking and retractable hose with counterweight , WHICH COMES IN VERY HANDY. THE OFF SET BASIN IS VERY GOOD, WHERE YOU CAN PUT THE STRAINER BASKET TO THE SIDE FOR SILVERWARE SO AS TO PREVENT SCRATCHING OF THE SINK.
by OZZIE
8 people found this helpful
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