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Giagni Mitchell Centerset Bathroom Faucet with Pop-Up Drain Assembly for $34.50

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Build.com [build.com] has Giagni Mitchell Centerset Bathroom Faucet with Pop-Up Drain Assembly (Model: LL404-BN-C) for $34.50. Shipping is free on orders $49+
  • Faucet body constructed of metal
  • Double handle operation - handles rest on 1/4 turn valves
  • Mounts in a centerset configuration - 3 holes required with spout and handles together on common base
  • Metal pop-up drain assembly included for complete installation
  • ADA compliant - complies with the standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Designed for use with standard U.S. plumbing connections
  • WaterSense Certified product - uses at least 30% less water than standard 2.2 GPM faucets while still meeting strict performance guide lines
  • All hardware needed for installation is included
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Anyone else used a Giagni Mitchell product?
If you're going to keep your place for some time I'd get Delta, Moen, Grohe, Kohler, maybe American Standard, at least one that you'll be able to repair the faucet if the cartridge fails.
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I agree for the most part. But, $34.50 and you get ceramic cartridges and a standard 3-hole 4" installation. Heck, after my last bathroom faucets went out I had a hard time finding the ceramic cartridges. Of course, they were Glacier Bay (Home Depot) and maybe 12 years old.

I'm looking at building a home and $200+ faucets seem the norm. Well, at least at the Ferguson display room.

I support your advice to stick with proven name brands if you are staying awhile. But, sometimes, you need to replace that 20-year-old extra bathroom faucet and want to go cheap. I'd say this is a pretty good option.

Amazon is $70
https://www.amazon.com/Giagni-Mit...B07PLQQSK1

$49 at Lowes with good reviews
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Giagni-M...1000041625



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Anyone else used a Giagni Mitchell product?
If you're going to keep your place for some time I'd get Delta, Moen, Grohe, Kohler, maybe American Standard, at least one that you'll be able to repair the faucet if the cartridge fails.
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Bought two. Thanks OP
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I agree for the most part. But, $34.50 and you get ceramic cartridges and a standard 3-hole 4" installation. Heck, after my last bathroom faucets went out I had a hard time finding the ceramic cartridges. Of course, they were Glacier Bay (Home Depot) and maybe 12 years old.
Yeah, you're probably right. I'd say be more picky with a kitchen faucet as it's generally used more or at least gets abused more.

Not sure how reliable this is, but seems pretty good for checking quality fixture brands. http://starcraftcustombuilders.co...ucets2.htm
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Would kill for a nice 8 inch centerset Faucet.. Still pissed I missed the last ones from home depot.. All sold out for 49...the only ones left are the chrome ones for 99
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Anyone else used a Giagni Mitchell product?
If you're going to keep your place for some time I'd get Delta, Moen, Grohe, Kohler, maybe American Standard, at least one that you'll be able to repair the faucet if the cartridge fails.
Delta, and their other brands, including Peerless, have lifetime warranties on their faucets. Comes in handy on their valve assemblies. When they wear out, they'll send replacements. I've had them replace entire faucets the second time a valve goes.
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Extra 5% off coupon if you sign up for their mailing list!

It was an instant pop-up ad on their site when using my (Android) smartphone, FYI.
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Anyone else used a Giagni Mitchell product?
If you're going to keep your place for some time I'd get Delta, Moen, Grohe, Kohler, maybe American Standard, at least one that you'll be able to repair the faucet if the cartridge fails.
I have a giagni faucet, but it's a waterfall faucet. Have had it quite a few years now. Prior to buying it at Lowe's I'd never heard of the brand, but I'm happy with it and it was half the price of the big names.
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I agree for the most part. But, $34.50 and you get ceramic cartridges and a standard 3-hole 4" installation. Heck, after my last bathroom faucets went out I had a hard time finding the ceramic cartridges. Of course, they were Glacier Bay (Home Depot) and maybe 12 years old.

I'm looking at building a home and $200+ faucets seem the norm. Well, at least at the Ferguson display room.

I support your advice to stick with proven name brands if you are staying awhile. But, sometimes, you need to replace that 20-year-old extra bathroom faucet and want to go cheap. I'd say this is a pretty good option.

Amazon is $70
https://www.amazon.com/Giagni-Mit...B07PLQQSK1

$49 at Lowes with good reviews
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Giagni-M...1000041625
If you want to read real reviews fro Lowe's, skip to the last page of the 50+ reviews. I only counted 11 verified purchases. The rest were paid reviews.
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Quote from clinteastwood
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Anyone else used a Giagni Mitchell product?
If you're going to keep your place for some time I'd get Delta, Moen, Grohe, Kohler, maybe American Standard, at least one that you'll be able to repair the faucet if the cartridge fails.
I can confirm that the expensive brands with lifetime warranty work.
I have called Jado (American standard) and Kohler to report issues with vales and have never had any issues getting sent replacement parts or the whole thing, free shipping, 15 years after installation. You do have to install the part, so the part not failing would have been preferable, but 15 years before it failed seems reasonable.
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