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Customer Reviews for ANZZI Timbre Series Single-Handle Standard Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel

Internet #206786271

Model #KF-AZ034BN

  • RHINO ALLOY certified solid brass interior
  • German engineered elegancy
  • Modern space age design and style

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  • 4.8
    out of 23 reviews
  • 95% recommend this product
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This is a very high quality faucet and looks and feels excellent. Operation of the valve handle ...
This is a very high quality faucet and looks and feels excellent. Operation of the valve handle and spigot rotation are smooth and tight. The kit is packages beautifully and comes complete with escutcheon plate and 18" flexible stainless supply lines. The faucet has no stops, and rotates completely around. One concern about this particular faucet. The faucet is 13" high with a 10" reach - that is going to require a very solid mounting surface if you don't want to feel any movement at the base. Shouldn't be an issue for granite mounting, but a thin stainless steel sink might flex a bit.
by charniw
This is a very high quality faucet and looks and feels excellent. Operation of the valve handle ...
This is a very high quality faucet and looks and feels excellent. Operation of the valve handle and spigot rotation are smooth and tight. The kit is packages beautifully and comes complete with escutcheon plate and 18" flexible stainless supply lines. The faucet has no stops, and rotates completely around. Two concerns about this particular faucet. 1) The polished chrome is very nice, but shows fingerprints easily. 2) The faucet is 13" high with a 10" reach - that is going to require a very solid mounting surface if you don't want to feel any movement at the base.
by charniw
This item looks great, comes in a wonderful nice little package. But only after i received this i...
This item looks great, comes in a wonderful nice little package. But only after i received this i found that it doesn't have the pull out feature. This is probably the first kitchen faucet in which i haven't seen the pull down feature. I would rather like to return this than worry about installing because it is not worth the hassle. Barring that, this product is a charm. If you are not looking for that feature, this product is great!!!
by HomeDepotCustomer
Look at it really outstanding fancy design is out of my expectation from a traditional style kitc...
Look at it really outstanding fancy design is out of my expectation from a traditional style kitchen faucet. Other than its nice look, also its real strong made faucet. Solid body with nice chrome work without any delay in workmanship. Any of the moving part are smooth and firm. Hose are in stainless steel shielding for quality workmanship guaranty. Installation is simple, you only need screw tight a holding metal rod to the body and use the lock cap to tighten it. Of course don't forget to install the hot and cold water pipe to the body. Addition, you may use some silicone lube to lube those rubber seal and o-ring, that keep they won;t damage by ozone. Install hardware is included in the packing and allan key also comes along with kit for you can adjustment handle. Lastly, the only thing there is no pulling flushing spout design for it. Surely, if you are fashionable person with outstanding concept. This faucet may meet with you expectation.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Yes, I Installed it myself. Easy, and quick. Came with all the parts. I was worried that my si...
Yes, I Installed it myself. Easy, and quick. Came with all the parts. I was worried that my sink has 3 holes and this only has one, but it was made to coverup the extra holes. There is a plastic thing under the cover that tightens over the holes. I used plumbers tape on the threads for a more water seal. The hot and cold are backwards, not sure whose fault that is,but it still works great. The handle and the spout are together, (see pictures), making it a easy operation. It has a brushed nickel finish and a brass interior totally lead-free, and a lifetime warranty. It is easy to use and came with all the parts as well as east to understand instructions. Again see the pictures of the install below. Get a "Basin Wrench" to tighten the nut on the bottom of the faucet as seen in the pictures below.
by MITCHIE
Response from ANZZI Customer CareOct 24, 2018
Hello Mitchie,

Thank you for reaching out about The Timbre Series Single-Handle Standard Kitchen Faucet in Brushed Nickel. We're thrilled you are so happy with your purchase and that you liked the easy installation and that it's lead-free. We appreciate your positive feedback as we aim for every customer experience to be 100% from start to finish. If you ever need additional help with your product please contact our Customer Care Team, available 9AM-6PM (EST).

Sincerely,
La Famiglia Anzzi
844-44-ANZZI
info@anzzi.com
4 people found this helpful
Nice to know they still make a faucet that doesn't also try to be a tiny shower. It's a kitchen f...
Nice to know they still make a faucet that doesn't also try to be a tiny shower. It's a kitchen faucet. You rinse dishes and fill cooking pots. Done. Why always the sprayer? :-) Not having a pull-down sprayer means the water doesn't have to go through a long hose before it comes out, which means temperature changes happen faster; this indisputably means energy savings because you're pulling less cold water into your water heater tank. It includes an optional plate for covering three holes, but also works with just one. The chrome finish is brilliant, it really sparkles. Normally a caveat to faucets of this design is that wet hands drip on the counter when you turn off or adjust the side handle, which being shorter is also much harder to move with an elbow or forearm; while I prefer a traditional handle that hangs over the sink and can be easily moved with a forearm while my hands dribble in the sink, the wife doesn't :-). The shorter handle also makes temperature adjustments a little less precise, but again, per the prior sentence, not my choice :-). However, this design technically allows you to put the handle facing straight toward you, so more drips will end up in the sink instead of on the counter. Just reverse the water line hookups; the hot/cold markings will be opposite, but everyone knows hot is left and cold is right. The faucet will rotate a full 360 degrees, and doesn't need to be "unwound". I mounted mine with the handle to the left (backwards). Instead of having copper lines just protruding like most do, the water lines screw into the bottom of the faucet, which adds an additional two connections that could potentially fail, but it's a standard o-ring fitting trusted for many other faucet connections, so I'm fine with it. It also means you get two free 18" supply hoses, but if your valves are near the bottom of your wall, you'll have to buy extensions and connectors anyway. The handle movement is very smooth with a weighted/dampened feel; the faucet itself weights over five pounds. Still deciding between this and the brushed nickel look; either way, especially with the lifetime warranty, looking forward to a long relationship!
by RedneckRocketScientist
1 person found this helpful
Life time warranty and good looking!
Lifetime warranty! Wow. I have change my kitchen faucet at least three times in fifteen years, They always last the year or two warranty covers On all my old faucets as soon as the warranties ended the leaks started. With a life time warranty that should end with this new Anizzi. The Timbre Series Single Handle Kitchen Faucet is crafted using lead-free Rhino Alloy certified brass as the interior and a Lustrous Polished Chrome rust resistant finish. Looks really great. High quality materials should insure a flawlessly performing faucet for many years to come. The deceptively simple single handle design allows for complete and easy control of both water flow and temperature. The Timbre Series features a simple to use and easy to handle Euro-grip sprayer offering the full range of motion. One gyroscopic handle for complete control and Elegantly angled spout inspired by the latest European styles. Deck mounted single (1) hole installation, Spout reach: 7.9 in.; spout height: 11.5 in. Flow rate: 1.5 GPM. Very easy to install and looks great.
by Salosenior
Elegant, Durable and Beautiful Faucet.
The faucet is very elegant, beautiful piece of art in the kitchen. It is very simple, just like the oldtime faucets. nothing fancy in performance, except that it will swivel 360 degrees. But it has its own quality and features hidden: it is heavy duty , all brass metal, and very high quality materials used to manufacture it. The best part of it is that it will last for a life time, and you may not replace it in your life time. Less moving parts means less failures and defects. Another good thing to praise about it is that it is very easy to install. I strongly recommend this to people who like simple things, but are unique and have great performance for long time with the least amount of trouble.
by CYRIAC
3 people found this helpful
Upper class faucet
I had the opportunity to evaluate this faucet. It is upper class and looks posh when installed. It is a single hole faucet and is suited for new install rather than retrofits. The design is sleek in brushed nickel . The installation is fast and easy with great instructions and almost no problems using top shelf connections. The unit swivels without leaks making it suitable for single or dual bowl sinks. It is large and intended for Kitchen size sinks. The quality is impeccable as is the no damage packaging.
by OldJohn
Beautiful
It is extremely easy to install. It's funny because there was one piece (the "plastic base") that was mentioned in the list of parts but wasn't mentioned anywhere in the installation guide. But I figured it out what it was for because at the end when it came time to turn the lock nut from the bottom, there was no way that I could reach it because the bottom of the assembly was too tight between the underside of the sink and the cut edge of the countertop.. So, I used the plastic base as a spacer so that the lock nut was below the level of the underside of the counter so that I could reach it to tighten it. It comes with specially designed hoses that you attach to the faucet. I thought I had followed the layout of the hot/cold flexible hoses as shown in the diagram however, the wrong temp came out so I just switched them where they connect to the water supply valves. They were a bit shorter than the hoses that were attached to my previous faucet so I bought connector lines (1/2"FIP to faucet) and adaptors (3/8"OD x 1/2MIP) to extend the lines. It is beautiful and I love love love it. I have the faucet on the side of the sink and the handle is toward the inside. There is enough room between the water stream and the faucet to reach the handle without getting wet. I like it like that so that wet hands don't drip on the butcher-block countertop, which happens when people have to reach around to the outside of the faucet.
by SimpleKitchen
1 person found this helpful
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