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Glacier Bay Kiso Single-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet (Brushed Nickel) EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has Glacier Bay Kiso Single-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet (Brushed Nickel, HD67733W-6004) for $42.72. Select free store pickup, otherwise shipping is free on $45+ orders. Thanks zheka160

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The Glacier Bay Kiso 4 in. Centerset Single-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Brushed Nickel has a modern design that will complement a variety of contemporary bathroom decor. Single-handled for easy use, the ceramic valve helps ensure drip-free performance, while the low-arc spout offers a compact design. WaterSense certified, this efficient faucet features a 1.2 GPM flow rate to help reduce water use. This Faucet features the Glacier Bay exclusive ClickInstall drain for quick and simple installation. Pair with other pieces from the Kiso collection for a complete and polished look.
Brushed nickel finish uses a physical vapor deposition process that ensures the finish is a durable lifetime finish
  • Ceramic disc valve helps ensure leak-free performance
  • Faucet can be installed with or without included deck plate (escutcheon)
  • Low-arc spout offers a compact design
  • WaterSense certified, this efficient faucet features a 1.2 GPM flow rate to help reduce water use
  • Featuring the Glacier Bay exclusive ClickInstall drain for quick and simple installation
  • 23.8 in. workable supply hose length with 3/8 in. connection
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Glacier Bay replacement parts available including model numbers: RP901
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2 for myself as well in anticipation of my $50 granite counter tops from Lowes deal hah
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This. Our first one of these got hard water stains within a couple of months. Wife put vinegar on it, and it ate off the finish. Replaced for free by manufacturer, but the replacement is now covered with scale and we are afraid to clean it. And it's in the guest bathroom. We will probably end up replacing it with a "less modern" style.
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In for 2, thanks for the post.
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2 for myself as well in anticipation of my $50 granite counter tops from Lowes deal hah
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Can the gpm be fixed on faucets like shower heads? I wouldn't mind updating my faucets to something like this but I dunno if it's worth giving up my 20yo+ faucets if the new ones put out a trickle in comparison. I don't know for sure what 1.2gpm is like...but I have experienced faucets at a couple hotels (out of many) that put out a pitiful almost unusable amount of water. I mean I doubt it was a pressure issue as what little came out sprayed out of their little holes pretty good so def a function of water saving I'd say. If that's typical 1.2gpm I certainly don't want it!
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very nice
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Can the gpm be fixed on faucets like shower heads? I wouldn't mind updating my faucets to something like this but I dunno if it's worth giving up my 20yo+ faucets if the new ones put out a trickle in comparison. I don't know for sure what 1.2gpm is like...but I have experienced faucets at a couple hotels (out of many) that put out a pitiful almost unusable amount of water. I mean I doubt it was a pressure issue as what little came out sprayed out of their little holes pretty good so def a function of water saving I'd say. If that's typical 1.2gpm I certainly don't want it!
we just need a cheap sink now too

my order on that countertop isnt yet canceled
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Nice, been looking for a deal on these waterfall faucets, thanks.
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Don't these splash everywhere when washing hands compared to a traditional style that drops water straight down from the tap?
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Thanks...In for 2 :-)
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Don't these splash everywhere when washing hands compared to a traditional style that drops water straight down from the tap?
Water just fall off the end of the tip like a normal tap. It's mainly for looks.
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Don't these splash everywhere when washing hands compared to a traditional style that drops water straight down from the tap?
I've never seen a faucet design like this that would could create the effect you're talking about. If anything, downward spouts with a lot of water velocity are what makes a big splash/mess.
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Don't these splash everywhere when washing hands compared to a traditional style that drops water straight down from the tap?
No. This splashes far less than my traditional faucet, but that one drains into a flat bottomed bathroom sink, which is the problem.

My only problem with these is that even in cities without hard water, minerals and such will build up where the water pours out. And cleaning is tricky as you can't just use any cleaning products, you have to watch out for the finish.
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This is a bit of a concern. I've had a faucet completely stop up before, had to replace the entire damn thing because I couldn't find the right replacement cartridge.

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I have read a few complaints about the water flow of this faucet. The problem being Glacier Bay put an inferior small blue plastic filter inside the faucet that catches any and all tiny particles and stops the flow of the water. If you take the faucet apart you will find this tiny filter inside it. If you take it out to much water will come flying out; put it back in and to little water will flow out. I have a on demand water heater and over time the tiny filter gets clogged up and there isn't enough pressure so I don't get any hot water from my in demand water heater through the faucet. Its a design flaw of the faucet its self. I tried making the holes bigger with a pin; drilling out the middle of the plastic filter; it still clogs up. Glacier bay must know about this and just choices to ignore the problem. My advice is to buy another MFG's faucet of the same design if you want it to work correctly.
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No. This splashes far less than my traditional faucet, but that one drains into a flat bottomed bathroom sink, which is the problem.

My only problem with these is that even in cities without hard water, minerals and such will build up where the water pours out. And cleaning is tricky as you can't just use any cleaning products, you have to watch out for the finish.
This. Our first one of these got hard water stains within a couple of months. Wife put vinegar on it, and it ate off the finish. Replaced for free by manufacturer, but the replacement is now covered with scale and we are afraid to clean it. And it's in the guest bathroom. We will probably end up replacing it with a "less modern" style.
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