This mix and match pop-up drain assembly gives you the flexibility to pick the sink drain you want and then add the trim finish that matches your existing bathroom decor. Just pick between a plastic or brass drain in the collection and then add the trim color for the lift rod and pop-up stopper; now you have all the complete parts you need to replace the pop-up drain in your bathroom. Unlike ordinary drains, it features and EZ Connect tube that slides and wraps over the lift and lever rods which installs quickly and easily. No more hassle with taking the linkage rod apart to adjust and readjust the lift rod; it is as easy as just sliding the rods into the tube for the proper adjustment. It features a stopper that can be removed for cleaning with just a quarter turn. The universal design will fit most bathroom sinks.
INCLUDES DRAIN BODY, LEVER ROD & LINKAGE ARM: Pop-up assembly drain body, lever rod and linkage arm is designed to work with the Glacier Bay pop-up stopper & lift rod.
DESIGNED TO FIT GLACIER BAY BATHROOM SINK DRAIN BODY: Purchase with coordinating lavatory pop-up stopper & lift rod chrome-model 10728; brushed nickel-model 10729; oil rubbed bronze-model 10730; polished brass-model 10731.
BUILT TO LAST: Durable Brass construction provides reliable performance for everyday use.
EASY TO INSTALL: EZ connect tube slides and wraps over the lift and lever rods, just slide the rods into the tube for the proper adjustment.
HASSLE-FREE INSTALLATION & ADJUSTMENT: No more hassle with taking the linkage rod apart to adjust and readjust the lift rod.
FITS MOST STANDARD BATHROOM SINK DRAINS: The Glacier Bay drain body fits 1-1/4 in. sink drain.
REMOVABLE STOPPER (Purchased separately): Features a removable stopper that can be removed for cleaning with just a quarter turn.
Designed to install and adjust easily
Durable brass construction provides reliable performance
Good idea if it only worked. The rods will not stay in place. If I had not already installed it I would have returned it. The picture shows how I fixed the problem.
Dec 17, 2020
Saved the huge plumbers bill by doing it myself. I...
Saved the huge plumbers bill by doing it myself. I bought the metal one first and ruined it,so bought the plastic one at 2/4th the cost to replace the part that closes the stopper. Had to invent a special wrench to tighten the large rubber nut that tightens against the drain ring as I was putting it into a pedestal sink. All existing plumbers wrenches handled were way too long. (Photo attached). I think it could have been hand tightened, but at 85 my hands were not strong enough!
Feb 15, 2020
Headache but got it to work
What a headache to install. I felt like the instructions left out some key parts to help with installation. After watching this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWFtUAJOV_I I was able to figure it out. I realized that you screw the ball joint assembly in on its own first and attach the stopper. THEN you attach the plastic/rubber piece that slides over the drop pin. In my case that plastic piece was too long. I cut it back with a utility knife so that it was short enough to attach to the ball joint rod while the stopper was in the plugged position. Worked just fine after that. I also threw down some extra caulk underneath the flange and also between the gasket and the underside of the sink. No leakage. I attached some photos so hopefully it helps someone out some day. Overall, I would’ve probably gotten a more traditional assembly had I knohwn how much of a headache this would’ve been, but it does the trick if you have the patience.
2 people found this helpful
Jan 20, 2019
I should have read the reviews before buying
I tried to modify the protect, combine with parts from the previous assembly and it still won't come together. This doesn't fit with Glacier Bay Drain Trim kit. The stopper doesn't seat into the trim and the rubber lever, although very rigid, flexes too much to seat the stopper and also forces it back open since you can't get enough force to close it. I'm going back for the ugly white flexible drain assembly and hope that works better.
5 people found this helpful
Aug 12, 2018
Useless and completely non-functional. Not really any easier or more difficult to install than an...
Useless and completely non-functional. Not really any easier or more difficult to install than any other drain body, with the exception of the ridiculous flexible plastic drain actuating assembly. And then, after all the assembly was complete, the plastic nubbin on the end of the actuator rod was not even close to long enough to make contact with the stopper linkage. It didn't even extend 1/4 of the way into the drain. I wasted a 3-hour round-trip to the nearest Home Depot, plus about an hour of frustrating installation time.
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Aug 9, 2018
I've probably installer at least 20 drain bodies in the past year...The rear lever cap/bolt is larger then the threads on the spindle. The results is it leaks. the metal downspout is loose inside the metal drain throat. It leaks. I shouldn't have to use Teflon tape to fix these items. Yes the nylon, lever bushing is in correctly.
4 people found this helpful
Sep 15, 2021
This is the worst plumbing product I've ever come across. Purchased 2 for double sink vanity. Neither lever rod nut would seat properly. I think one was a home depot returns as the threading on the pivot ball cavity was bent. Linkage is terrible design
Aug 27, 2021
Broke and didn’t fit properly...
Broke and didn’t fit properly
Jul 9, 2021
Not too good. The drain is metal, but the nut...
Not too good. The drain is metal, but the nut on the bottom is plastic. When tightening the nut it started slipping. I could not get it tight enough so it didn’t leak. I ended up buying one on line with a brass nut.
Jun 24, 2021
The pulley system became disconnected so I had to glue...
The pulley system became disconnected so I had to glue it. The tape they gave was not helpful at sealing the connections so I needed to get pipe sealer to stop it from leaking. Overall it did the trick.