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Home Depot.com has Glacier Bay Dylan Single Handle Pull Down Kitchen Faucet (various finish) on sale from $47.88. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks mouseQ

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This single-handle kitchen faucet enables easy and precise water temperature control, while providing a 1.8 GPM flow rate for outstanding water flow. Its ceramic disc cartridge ensures drip-free performance. Installation is quick and easy with this kitchen faucet's FastMount system. - Discombobulated

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Dylan Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Chrome is currently on sale for $47.88(originally $109). It is also available in Bronze $69.88(originally $149.00) and stainless steel $54.88(originally $94.98)
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Or if you connect the faucet first, make sure to remove the aerator before turning the water on — I don't know how many times I've seen aerators caked with junk from the lines, which impedes flow and causes weird spray issues over time. So easy and obvious, but often overlooked.

Glacier Bay works ok, but it's just the "house brand." I've had as good luck with them as with Moen or Price Pfister. But honestly I'm a Delta convert — great build and (more important) a very widely available parts supply. Mid priced.

(Not a plumber, just a 17-year homeowner and landlord)
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Don't get me wrong, but these things just get outta style etc. I replaced all bathroom detla faucets with some new style faucets. They were 12 years old and all running fine but we just got bored and want to have something new. There are so many new modern designs. I don't want to stick with the same for 10 years. I can replace these faucets (DIY) and would like to change after 5 years. $10/yr is good for me.
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Lifetime warranties are placebos, and designed to simply increase sales. I had a large stack of Moen Renzo pull-out faucets in my shop for almost a year - they had failures in the hose, and I was honestly expecting a recall (which never happened). Some starting to rupture, but most starting to leak at the swivel joint (no, couldn't "replace a washer"). Stores don't carry the correct replacement hose.

Yes, there is the lifetime warranty. But how many people want to be without their kitchen sink for 3+ weeks, waiting for a replacement part to be shipped to them? If you're OK with a bucket under your sink (if the leak is small), that's OK. I can't do that. Most of my work is through property management companies, and if a faucet fails, it has to be repaired/replaced, we can't have the occupant without their sink for a couple weeks.

Also try to find removable aerators in the pull-out/pull down styles of faucets.

I agree that the house brands are not built as well, and I won't use them for most sink applications - but chances are that in a few years when your faucet needs warranty, it will be dinged up, messed up or stained, and you'll be ready for a new one anyway.
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I knew it, as soon as I bought a faucet a slick deal would show up. Now I'm wondering which would be better this one or the price Pfister that I picked up a few days ago Model #: F-036-4CRS
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Just bought the Stainless Steel. Thanks, OP. Hope it fits my sink.
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Looks like the same one I bought for Black Friday. I bought the stainless steel for $49.88. Easy to install.
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I am not wishing bad on anyone who buys this, but the people at HD said to avoid this brand if you want a long term faucet.
With that said my advice is to follow installation instructions and make sure you take the time and flush the lines properly that is run at least 2 gallons of water through each of the hot and cold water lines before connecting the faucet to clear out debris
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I am not wishing bad on anyone who buys this, but the people at HD said to avoid this brand if you want a long term faucet.
With that said my advice is to follow installation instructions and make sure you take the time and flush the lines properly that is run at least 2 gallons of water through each of the hot and cold water lines before connecting the faucet to clear out debris
Or if you connect the faucet first, make sure to remove the aerator before turning the water on — I don't know how many times I've seen aerators caked with junk from the lines, which impedes flow and causes weird spray issues over time. So easy and obvious, but often overlooked.

Glacier Bay works ok, but it's just the "house brand." I've had as good luck with them as with Moen or Price Pfister. But honestly I'm a Delta convert — great build and (more important) a very widely available parts supply. Mid priced.

(Not a plumber, just a 17-year homeowner and landlord)
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I didn't like this brand it's cheaply made save your money and buy at least delta .
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Just bought the Stainless Steel.Thanks!
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Been trying to figure out a water pressure issue at my house and the same thing happened mentioned above where the aerator was clogged on the bathroom sink faucet. I cleaned it out nice and good and the water (both hot and cold) literally just pours out now atleast 5x what it used to flow, it's like night and day, I was pretty shocked. Now to figure out my kitchen sink as to why the hot water is flowing about 1/3 of the rate of the cold water, even after installing a brand new faucet there..... ohjoyyyy lol.
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Same here.. I heard so much bad thing about glacier bay products. I reno my bath beginning of year. Bought a cheap glacier bay faucet, hot water was so slow, cold water was fine. End up getting a moen recently and going to get the glaicer bay rma for replacement. If you guy do buy this and see an issue, return it fast..
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I am not wishing bad on anyone who buys this, but the people at HD said to avoid this brand if you want a long term faucet.
With that said my advice is to follow installation instructions and make sure you take the time and flush the lines properly that is run at least 2 gallons of water through each of the hot and cold water lines before connecting the faucet to clear out debris
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Buy Moen or Delta. They both have lifetime warranty/free parts replacement. Spend the extra few bucks now to save headaches in future. In five years when its dripping or leaking, you will wish you went with the better brand
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Buy Moen or Delta. They both have lifetime warranty/free parts replacement. Spend the extra few bucks now to save headaches in future. In five years when its dripping or leaking, you will wish you went with the better brand
Never knew this. Thank you!

Was going to ask about buying a $50 vs. $200 faucet, while they both look and function the same. I recently bought a $200 Moen faucet that looks just like this one in this deal. It replaced my old Delta faucet that continues to cause leak due to the handle mechanism--I've previously replaced (bought) 3 handles in the last 5 years for it.
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Buy Moen or Delta. They both have lifetime warranty/free parts replacement. Spend the extra few bucks now to save headaches in future. In five years when its dripping or leaking, you will wish you went with the better brand
Not really, after 5 years, buy another Glacier Bay :-)
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Not really, after 5 years, buy another Glacier Bay :-)
You obviously have no value of time, and like to make your life more difficult.. These things are junk, call your local plumber and ask their opinion if you dont believe me. Nothing but future headaches. Moen will last as long as you own your house or they will replace it! If it drips, they send you the part.
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