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Coralais Diverter Bath Spout in Brushed Nickel

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  • Metal construction ensures long-term use
  • Brushed nickel finish prevents tarnishing/corrosion
  • NPT connection allows for a secure fit
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Product Details

Bring sleek, simple style to your bathroom with Coralais faucets and accessories. This sturdy metal bath spout includes a lift rod to divert water from the spout to the showerhead. Its compact design makes it a versatile choice for a wide range of bathroom decors.
  • Diverter spout with NPT connection
  • Coordinates with the Coralais collection of faucets and accessories
  • KOHLER finishes resist corrosion and tarnishing, exceeding industry durability standards 2 times
  • 4-5/8 in. diverter spout with NPT connection
  • Premium metal construction
  • Wall-mount installation
  • Return Policy

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Questions & Answers

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Q:IS THIS TUB SPOUT HAS SCREW? (KOHLER CORALAIS DIVERTER BATH SPOUT)
by|Dec 20, 2022
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A:  No , It threads onto nipple .

by|Dec 20, 2022

    A:  Hi Chili, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I am glad to address your question. This bath spout has a threaded NPT connection. It does not utilize a set screw. Thank you for choosing Kohler.

    by|Dec 20, 2022
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      Q:How is this different from the Kohler diverter spout with "Slip Fit" connection? I want to get a tub spout with a diverter, but don't know how to know which one will fit the pipes. (I assume they're standard, but how do I know?) Thanks!
      by|Sep 1, 2022
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      A:  Hi Heidi, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I am glad to address your question. This bath spout is designed for a NPT (threaded) pipe, whereas the slip-fit spout is designed for a smooth pipe. For additional assistance, please call our team at 1-800-4KOHLER (M-F; 8am-5pm CST). Thank you for choosing Kohler.

      by|Sep 2, 2022
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        Q:I have an old shower faucet set, P/N KT12007-4-CP and was curious if this spout will work with my old system?
        by|Jul 15, 2022
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        A:  Hi John, this is Sarah with Kohler Customer Service. I am glad to address your question. This bath spout may work with your system. To be sure, we recommend using the 85555 if you have a threaded connection or 85556 if you have a slip fit connection, with a set screw on the underside of the spout. Thank you for choosing Kohler.

        by|Jul 15, 2022
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          Q:Can I install this if I don't need a diverter?
          by|Feb 22, 2022
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          A:  Mallory, my name is Jessica with Kohler Customer Service. I am happy to assist with your inquiry. If you have a diverter already installed, K-15136 would not be compatible. The non diverting equivalent would be K-15135. Thank you for choosing Kohler.

          by|Feb 24, 2022
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            It fit perfectly. I just wish it came with the backing plate. Luckily my old one was in great s...
            It fit perfectly. I just wish it came with the backing plate. Luckily my old one was in great shape and fit perfectly.
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            Decent spout that works well but check your plumbing before buying
            Important installation notes at the end! I had a really old (vintage) tub spout that was leaky and I figured wasn't helping my water pressure at the shower head. Rather than trying to repair it I figured replacing it would be easier. This unit is decent, but not as solid as the vintage unit. Not even close. But, I don't think "they" make anything like that anymore. In particular, the bypass valve that you lift feels significantly cheaper. It's just so lightweight and the actual shutoff is a simple piece of plastic that blocks the flow. If you're coming from a modern spout, I don't think you'll share my experience because you're used to this feel. When I first tested it out I was disappointed because it's 100% leak proof. Some water does drip and stream from it when closed. I really expected a 100% seal, so I was considering calling the mfr to get their opinion. In the end I decided it's acceptable for me. It's nowhere near as bad as my old spout and I THINK it's gotten a little better after some use. Perhaps the plastic bits are settling in and breaking in a little? Make sure this is the right unit for your plumbing! There is an NPT threaded version and slip fit version with a set screw. If you determine that you need the threaded version, like I have, be aware that you may have to fabricate a 4" extension pipe. The first thing I'd suggest is to inspect your spout for a set screw to determine which design you need. Next, I recommend that you remove your existing spout to see where the threaded connector is in the spout. For this unit it's all the way at the front of the spout, meaning it's made for a tub where the plumbing sticks out of the wall 4" with threads on the end. My plumbing has those threads barely sticking out of the wall, which meant I needed a 4" extension. I spoke with an associate at HD who said he was a plumber for 20 years. He told me there is no such thing as a prefabricated extension, which surprised me. I had to fabricate an extension consisting of a female connector, some straight 1/2" copper and a male connector. It's super cheap to do this, especially since I had the copper already. $5 or so in total. I had to solder/sweat the components together. This sounds simple, but for an average homeowner, it can be a bit tricky. At first I tried without flux. I thought the acid core would flow, but it did not. I tried several times, each time it leaked or even broke free when attempting to tighten the spout. Finally I located my flux and decided to start over (I wanted to shorten the extension as well). Success on the first try. You must use flux! Another tricky part, though, was getting just the right extension length. Think about it ... you install the spout by turning it clockwise until it's both tight and aligned correctly. If it's too tight, but not aligned yet you're stuck. So you have to be careful when assembling it. There may be some trial and error. I ended up cutting it down by 1/8th inch for the second try. I had to put quite a bit of effort into the final 1/4 turn of the spout and was worried something would break (very large pipe wrench on the spout, wrapped with a towel), but in the end it was perfectly tight against the wall, aligned and leak proof. I guess 1/16th would have been the right amount to reduce it by. Be sure to use Teflon tape on the fittings. If your plumbing is correct already, this can be installed by a home owner with little experience (and a pipe wrench) in ten minutes. The photo shows the old spout with the connector at the base, the new one with no connector (it's inside, at the other end) and the extension that I had to fabricate. Before you laugh too hard that was my first extension, which was a mess. I swear my second one was much more professional! The second photo shows how it leaks a little when in use. You can also see a small stream that constantly runs when in use. Not a huge deal for me, but not ideal, either. I do enjoy how much easier this spout is to engage. It works well.
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            Leaks - kohler quality going downhill
            I picked this style as another style has reviews saying it leaks. However this one leaks so badly my handyman told me not to get kohler fixtures anymore. It's overpriced and the quality is worse than other generic brands you can get for half of the price.
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            Response from Kohler Product ExpertAug 23, 2022
            Andy, my name is Jessica with Kohler Customer Service. I am sorry to hear your Coralais bath spout is leaking. This is nothing you should expect when you choose Kohler. We would like to connect with you to aid in a resolution. Please contact our Customer Service team at KohlerCustServ@kohler.com. We look forward to hearing from you soon. - Jessica P. Kohler Customer Service.
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              Easy to install, works like a charm! This Kohler faucet...
              Easy to install, works like a charm! This Kohler faucet looks clean, screws on tight, and there is virtually no water going to the tub when the showerhead is in use. Very pleased, and highly rceommended.
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              They looked and worked good...
              They looked and worked good
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                The spout did not come with the cartridge. Should...
                The spout did not come with the cartridge. Should have been disclosed.
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                Response from Kohler Product ExpertSep 23, 2021
                FRED, my name is Jessica with Kohler Customer Service. I am sorry for your disappointment with the exclusion of a valve for this Coralais diverter bath spout. Since the spout may be installed with various shower handles and shower heads, a valve is a separate item. If we may further assist in any way, please contact our Customer Service team at KohlerCustServ@kohler.com. We are here to help. - Jessica P. Kohler Customer Service.
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                  Spout Reach (in.)4.8757.56.54.407
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                  ApplicationTub & ShowerTub & ShowerTub & ShowerTub & Shower
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