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Symmons 9602 Origins 1-Handle Tub and Shower Faucet Trim Kit Satin Finish Free S/H - $54

RojoGrande 175 36 September 2, 2016 at 06:09 PM in Bed & Bath (6)
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Last Edited by RojoGrande September 10, 2016 at 08:24 AM
I was recently looking for a new trim setup for my bathroom renovation, and came across this deal on a Symmons set from Home Depot. On the basic side, but for a satin finish set, this is an outstanding deal-I might even say price mistake-type deal.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Symmon.../206424970

On Amazon it is $103.55 (almost 200% more!) (https://www.amazon.com/Symmons-S-...291973T0ST)

Only other close price is for the entry level setup in Chrome, which comes in around $62.

Shipped for free, either to home or store. Not available in stores. Tax dependent on location. Did not try to price match on Amazon.
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The Amazon link is over 200% more, the HD would be over 50% less

Although it technically is over 50% more, just much over
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I usually order mine on amazon warehouse deals.. Expect 20 and up percentage off. Up 1 for effort tho.
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Why satin? I always thought chrome was more desirable.
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Why satin? I always thought chrome was more desirable.
Satin resists water spots that are a problem for chrome finishes.
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Satin resists water spots that are a problem for chrome finishes.

Biweekly maid service keeps my chrome nice and shiny. nod
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Last edited by Nathan0490 September 3, 2016 at 02:06 PM
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Biweekly maid service keeps my chrome nice and shiny. ?
To rich for my blood! Good for you though haha
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Satin resists water spots that are a problem for chrome finishes.
A lot is preference... I like satin over chrome, but some faucets are chrome and dont mind... Water spots aren't bad on my chrome ones since I put in a softener
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To rich for my blood! Good for you though haha
Couple questions, are these easy to install? Also, when it says "does not include valve", can you use the existing one?
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is this a good deal or GREAT deal? Im building a house and im thinking of getting this. Also, whats the difference between this version and the other version.
Symmons S-9602-PLR-2.0-STN

It says dual valve and includes rough in valve, what is the rough in valve.

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Couple questions, are these easy to install? Also, when it says "does not include valve", can you use the existing one?
Im thinking yes, but if new then you need one. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Symmon.../203934727
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Last edited by mee081224 September 3, 2016 at 02:55 PM
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Why satin? I always thought chrome was more desirable.
It all depends on your taste, some say gold is more desirable ... Personally, I prefer matte finishes, chrome always reminds me of cheap "boutique" hotels in Miami.
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It all depends on your taste, some say gold is more desirable ... Personally, I prefer matte finishes, chrome always reminds me of cheap "boutique" hotels in Miami.
satin nickel is definitely in at the moment but chrome lasts well:

http://www.hgtv.com/design/rooms/...nish-first
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It all depends on your taste, some say gold is more desirable ... Personally, I prefer matte finishes, chrome always reminds me of cheap "boutique" hotels in Miami.
I don't think I've ever seen a satin finish in a single family home in person.
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Couple questions, are these easy to install? Also, when it says "does not include valve", can you use the existing one?
Yes you can use the existing one, that is what I am doing exactly. As long as the current valve brand and new trim are the same brand. i.e. you cannot use a Symmons valve with a Delta trim set.
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I don't think I've ever seen a satin finish in a single family home in person.
houzz.com Smilie Satin/brushed finishes are a trend these days. Which is usually good if you like chrome, since 95% of the time it's the cheapest finish on a product.
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