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  • This review is on the Anzzi Di Piazza Single Handle Standard Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel. Th...
  • September 24, 2018
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This review is on the Anzzi Di Piazza Single Handle Standard Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel. This faucet is simple european style and elegance at it's best. It also features "Rhino Alloy" which means that there is a lot of extremely precise marine engineering going into this faucet. - it's really next generation quality. Good water pressure and no leaks. The install was a piece of cake. It comes with a limited lifetime warranty. It comes in brushed nickel so it cleans easily and the price doesn't break the bank.

Pros Easy to Install, Modern, Strong Water Pressure, Stylish
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keds1027

New England
45 to 54, Male
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  • This is a nice looking faucet in brushed nickel which looks better than chrome and some other opt...
  • October 09, 2018
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This is a nice looking faucet in brushed nickel which looks better than chrome and some other options. This faucet is just for a one hole installation. Model number AZ206BN will work for a 3-hole installation and it is the same price. This faucet comes with a limited lifetime warranty which is good. The warranty covers any product or parts that are defective for the original purchaser. The faucets are made in China and it would seem that the installation instructions are probably written in China too. The instructions say if you need to buy supply valves you should purchase them in a “plumb shop.” I would have thought that they could have had an English speaking person proof read them. Compared to the cost of a lot of faucets now this one is reasonably priced.

Pros Looks Great, Modern

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Ben

Minneapolis, MN
55 to 64, Male
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  • This faucet is designed nicely and feels and appears to be of quality engineering. It is an easy ...
  • October 06, 2018
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This faucet is designed nicely and feels and appears to be of quality engineering. It is an easy DIY installation and operates with decent stream, efficient sprayer and very smooth rotation, side to side. It anchors firmly with the supplied hardware. I think that the market would be vastly improved, if it came with a baseplete. I would assume that, like me, most buyers, who are replacing an existing faucet might have a three-hole original faucet set. This one, without a baseplate, is not intended for this purpose and I had to shop for a matching baseplate to cover the existing holes. Also, many of the newer faucet sets have a variable sprayer that is button controlled to have both a gentle spray, as well as a more directed (scrubbing vortex stream). The rocker button on this does smoothly change from a standard stream to the spray, without any of the water still flowing in the other mode, so that is nice with a definite clean switch. Main water stream is a bit on the weak side.

Pros Durable, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Modern, Stylish Cons Weak Water Pressure, Wish It Came In More Finishes, should include a matcihing base plate
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Temecula, CA
65 or over, Male
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  • I love pull out kitchen faucets. This one has some great features. The button to switch the flow ...
  • October 01, 2018
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I love pull out kitchen faucets. This one has some great features. The button to switch the flow from stream to spray very accessible and is easy to operate. Some faucets are difficult to switch from stream to spray because they recess the button. This faucet has the button where it is easy to find and operate. The hose can be pulled out enough to fill a mop bucket on the floor, and the shower type spray is powerful enough to knock off the stickiest food from your plate before putting in the dishwasher. One of the features of the pull out faucet is it eliminates the possibility of water leakage around the base of the faucet where it swivels since the hose it connected to the faucet handle and does not rely on a O-ring to stop water from leaking at the pivot point where it meets the sink. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because they do not include a deckplate for those of us that are converting a 3 hole deck mount to a one hole and may not find a perfect color match for this faucet.

Pros Looks Great, Lots of Features, Modern, Stylish Cons no deckplate
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xheathen

Houston
55 to 64, Male
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  • This is a top quality faucet that is easy to operate with a a single handle. The handle which is ...
  • September 26, 2018
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This is a top quality faucet that is easy to operate with a a single handle. The handle which is located on top with a swivel to regulate the faucet allows operation easily with either a left or right hand. The longer handle allows for a smooth with little effort to operate. If one of your hand is occupied, you can use the other to operate the faucet. This faucet can be placed in the center, or on the left or right of a sink. The material quality is excellent. The overall height is about 10 inches and the hose is about about 17 inches. Installation was far a replacement and everything went easily.

Pros Durable, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Lots of Features, Modern, Strong Water Pressure, Stylish
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Rudy

Silver Spring, MD, USA
55 to 64, Male
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  • A well made faucet....
  • May 28, 2019

A well made faucet.

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  • I’m upgrading my kitchen faucet and decided to obtain the new Anzzi Di Piazza Single Handle Fauce...
  • October 07, 2018
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I’m upgrading my kitchen faucet and decided to obtain the new Anzzi Di Piazza Single Handle Faucet. This is a very high quality solid brass faucet with a beautiful nickel finish. After using the faucet for several week, I am very impressed with its performance and aesthetics. The Di Piazza Faucet easily mounts to a one-hole sink, or can be used with a 3-hole sink with compatible escutcheon to cover the outside holes. It has a spout reach of 8.66 inches and height of 5.9 inches. The pull-out handle goes from stream to spray with the touch of a button under the handle. It has a flow rate of 1.8 gpm and uses ceramic disc valves for years of maintenance free use. It also comes with a lifetime warranty. Highly recommended!!

Pros Durable, Looks Great, Stylish, High Quality

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Trogo

Knoxville, TN
55 to 64, Male
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  • Another 5 star faucet from Anzzi! I surely wish that the stores would stock this brand instead of...
  • October 07, 2018
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Another 5 star faucet from Anzzi! I surely wish that the stores would stock this brand instead of the more common name brand faucets, because Anzzi has some of the best-built faucets in the industry. The heavy-gauge brass body, and flexible supply lines are superior to the plastic internals and somewhat inflexible PEX supply lines of the competition. Only complaints I have are that the instructions could be better, as the print is too tiny, and the availability of replacement parts is unknown, as there are no part numbers listed. But, this is a common problem in the industry and only a few manufacturers provide this.

Pros Durable, Looks Great
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RemodelerPro

Canton, Ohio
65 or over, Male
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  • This faucet wasted my morning. First, the installation. It's not complicated on paper (most one h...
  • October 22, 2018

This faucet wasted my morning. First, the installation. It's not complicated on paper (most one hole faucets have a similar design), but they decided to use this square easy connect fixture where the water line connects to the removable wand (see picture). This leaves almost no room to fit it (along with the other 3 lines) through the hole on the sink and the nut you use to tighten the base to the sink. It's not easy to get everything to fit through when you are standing up normal, but lay upside down under the sink and try to get it all to fit without using a few choice words in the process. If that was the only issue, I wouldn't have a problem. The next issue I have with this is that the 'wand' (faucet that pulls out) doesn't naturally want to align with the base when retracting back into the base, it always wanted to turn because the supply line doesn't flex or rotate enough (see picture). There is a nub that holds it in place when you do retract it all the way back in, but even that doesn't hold well. They probably should have added a magnet to hold it in place better when fully retracted. I could have probably played with the line and adjusted the attached weight to get it to work better, but I really shouldn't have to...my old faucet never had this issue. The pull out wand feels cheap too. The rest of the base is metal and feels really solid, but the handle is light and I believe is all plastic. If that was the only issue, I wouldn't have a problem. Next, this comes with it's own supply line attached, so you can connect it directly to your water supply shut off. That's great if your supply connections are installed high enough in your cabinet to reach, which most probably aren't. I was able to reach the hot water connection with the length provided, but I couldn't reach my cold water line connection (see picture). I was short about five inches. If that was the only issue, I wouldn't have a problem. So I get the whole thing connected in about 45 minutes, so not too bad. I turn on my water and have no leaks or any issues, so I'm feeling pretty good about myself. I then turn on the faucet and the water flow is terrible. I thought I didn't have my valve open all the way, but it was. I checked to make sure it wasn't clogged or anything...it wasn't. I gave up at this point at put my old faucet back in, which only took about 15 to put back in because the design is much better. I attached a picture of the flow from my old faucet and the flow from this faucet connected to the exact same supply lines and valve opened completely. The one with the strong flow is my old one...the one that I'm keeping. It doesn't have any of the issues that I mentioned with this, so I'll keep it until it gets a little rougher looking and then replace it with something else that is not this product. I've done quite a few faucet installations and while they are never fun, they are usually pretty easy besides having to lay upside down and work in tight spaces. This was more difficult than it needed to be and could have been fixed with a little more thought put into the design. I can forgive all that if it worked well after installation, but as you can see in the photos, it didn't. I cannot recommend this product.

Pros Stylish Cons Difficult to Install, Weak Water Pressure

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DK67

Akron, Ohio
45 to 54, Male
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  • Received as part of Home Depot's product review program recently. Plumbing installations are real...
  • September 24, 2018
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Received as part of Home Depot's product review program recently. Plumbing installations are really not something this DIYer attempts so I had an experienced family member do it. He had no real difficulties. Faucet is as described. Photos cannot really show how nice it is. High end, which it should be considering retail price. Performs very well and should stand the test of time, for sure. I've had many compliments on it already. A+! Recommended without reservation.

Pros Durable, Looks Great, Lots of Features, Modern, Strong Water Pressure, Stylish Cons none
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BirdyK

04330
55 to 64, Female
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