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Select Home Depot Locations (link for reference if available) has Glacier Bay Sadira Single Handle Pull Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet w/ TurboSpray (Stainless Steel) on sale for $29.88. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside pickup if stock permits.

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About the Product
  • Single Lever Handle Faucet Handle
  • High arc spout for ample washing space
  • Standard design mounts on sink/counter top
  • FastMount Mounting System enables simple/hassle free installation
  • 12" Workable length spray hose
  • 32" Workable supply hose length w/ 3/8" connection
  • 360 Degree Spout Swivel
  • Pull Down Faucet
  • Stainless Steel Finish
  • Deckplate
Warranty
  • Includes a limited lifetime warranty w/ purchase + IAPMO certified/listing

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  • Product features a pull down faucet w/ no sensor activation
  • Limit of 5 per order
  • Offer/pricing valid only for stainless steel colorway or while promotional price/supplies last
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Just a heads up for anyone looking for a faucet...

I found this faucet in store yesterday for $29.88 (zip 98271) and was able to order online for same-day store pickup. Price varies by store and by color/finish.

Glacier Bay Sadira Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet with TurboSpray and FastMount in Stainless Steel [homedepot.com] >No longer available online, B&M only

https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=313413331

I also found others at this price (McKenna [homedepot.com] model). Previous deal with list of faucets you can use to search: https://slickdeals.net/f/15842680

If you're wondering how a faucet like this can be $30 while other seemingly similar ones are $150+ you are not alone, but needless to say you are losing out a little on quality. For one thing the pull-out hose is not metal-clad but is black plastic tubing. Also the spray selector toggle on the head feels very plasticky but it's out of sight. That said, I think these are awesome value faucets even if you don't get them at their lowest price. The cheapest other faucets in Home Depot are $129 [homedepot.com].
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08-17-2022 at 02:22 PM
Yes, that's what I did. Base plate is provided but optional.

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I prefer to crowd source my reviews and the reviews of these faucets are in the 1000's on HomeDepot.com and are excellent. If leaking was a common problem I believe it would show up there. Also, since a lot of people will be installing these themselves, it is much more likely that a leak is gonna be an issue with the install than with the product. People will always prefer to blame the product than their own ineptitude.

And as a general point, while I agree that you generally get what you pay for, there are some good deals to be had. Some people however cannot distinguish between something that is cheap and something that is good value. If it makes you feel better to pay $200 for a faucet then I would advise you to pay $200 for a faucet because ultimately you need to be happy with your purchases.
Our landlord bought this for us a year ago, well a glacier bay faucet. It worked much better than the faucet that came with the apt unit but we heard a very quiet hissing sound and our entire cabinet was wet one morning. Turns out with use the handle develops an issue where if you don't press down at a certain angle it fails and will begin to leak under the cabinet.

Good thing is he learned from the maintenance guy's rant about buying such a cheap faucet and replaced it with an American Standard for us. So far so good.

I don't think it's worth the gamble saving a few dollars with faucets since we've seen the effects of cost cutting. Buy something reputable is what the maintenance guy told me.
Yes, that's what I did. Base plate is provided but optional.

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Can you install this one without base plate?
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Shows $41.40 by me .
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Can you install this one without base plate?
Yes, that's what I did. Base plate is provided but optional.
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Yes, that's what I did. Base plate is provided but optional.
Thanks. In for one.
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Must have been a one day deal? Showing $42 - I'm near you. did you pick up at Quilceda?
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Thanks. Ordered 3 for pickup with 10% military discount.
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Must have been a one day deal? Showing $42 - I'm near you. did you pick up at Quilceda?
Still showing $29 for me.
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Must have been a one day deal? Showing $42 - I'm near you. did you pick up at Quilceda?
look for the store that has $29 then pickup there. If I select shipping it will jump to $41
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still shows $29 for me
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Is it sturdy? How easy to buy new cartridge? Should I just buy few and use others as spares? PS I have hard water...
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Is it sturdy? How easy to buy new cartridge? Should I just buy few and use others as spares? PS I have hard water...
There is a link on the product page for Replacement Part List [thdstatic.com].
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Our landlord bought this for us a year ago, well a glacier bay faucet. It worked much better than the faucet that came with the apt unit but we heard a very quiet hissing sound and our entire cabinet was wet one morning. Turns out with use the handle develops an issue where if you don't press down at a certain angle it fails and will begin to leak under the cabinet.

Good thing is he learned from the maintenance guy's rant about buying such a cheap faucet and replaced it with an American Standard for us. So far so good.

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Our landlord bought this for us a year ago, well a glacier bay faucet. It worked much better than the faucet that came with the apt unit but we heard a very quiet hissing sound and our entire cabinet was wet one morning. Turns out with use the handle develops an issue where if you don't press down at a certain angle it fails and will begin to leak under the cabinet.

Good thing is he learned from the maintenance guy's rant about buying such a cheap faucet and replaced it with an American Standard for us. So far so good.

I don't think it's worth the gamble saving a few dollars with faucets since we've seen the effects of cost cutting. Buy something reputable is what the maintenance guy told me.
I prefer to crowd source my reviews and the reviews of these faucets are in the 1000's on HomeDepot.com and are excellent. If leaking was a common problem I believe it would show up there. Also, since a lot of people will be installing these themselves, it is much more likely that a leak is gonna be an issue with the install than with the product. People will always prefer to blame the product than their own ineptitude.

And as a general point, while I agree that you generally get what you pay for, there are some good deals to be had. Some people however cannot distinguish between something that is cheap and something that is good value. If it makes you feel better to pay $200 for a faucet then I would advise you to pay $200 for a faucet because ultimately you need to be happy with your purchases.
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