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Pfister LG531-YPY Ashfield Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet - Tuscan Bronze

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Pfister LG531-YPY Ashfield Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet - Tuscan Bronze
Retail Price: $1,182.00
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Model: LG531-YPY

UPC: 038877608227

Finish: Tuscan Bronze
LG531-YPY Pfister Ashfield Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet - Tuscan Bronze

Bring a bit of vintage decor to your home with the new Ashfield Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet. Complete with single control simplicity, high-arc styling, and matching soap dispenser, this faucet is guaranteed to delight even the most selective of homeowners. The innovative ergonomic sprayhead allows toggling between spray and stream modes and spray volume control functions.

  • 3 Hole
  • 2-Handle Kitchen Faucets
  • Pforever Seal - advanced ceramic disc valve technology with a never leak guarantee
  • Spout swivels 360 degrees for maximum maneuverability
  • High arc spout for added clearance and reach
  • Pfister Pforever Warranty covers finish and function for life
  • 1.8 gpm @ 60 psi
  • CEC Compliant
  • NSF
  • ADA
  • Spray Volume
  • Cal Green

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0% of Customers would recommend this product to a friend

Ridiculous design

It's beautiful, definitely. BUT...the curve on the faucet is so tight, the water hits the sink only 6-8 inches from the back of the sink. So...when you put a pot in there to fill up, the pot has to be moved so far back to get water in it, you end up hitting the handles with the pot...which turns the after off. Totally clueless design.The curve is also too long so you loose 2" of clearance, from a "normal" faucet and for those of you with a double sink, there is barely enough room to get a small pot under it...unless you set if down in the sink.The nozzle is tough to push back up and you should be using two hands to do it or I see a faucet leak in the near future. It's not held magnetically or by the weight of the hose's's a friction fit so you have to hold the arch with one hand and push up the nozzle with the other...another ridiculous design flaw. Product reviews on other sites are unhelpful as most people seem to need lessons on how to give a review, lol. All they talked about was how pretty it is, and it is that, just useless in design.It's pretty easy to install as I just had shoulder surgery a few weeks ago and I did it, basically, one handed.I'll wait until we get the new counters and sink in and then I will be taking a pipe cutter to it to shorten the spout so the water comes down in the middle of the sink like it should!

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