• American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
  • American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
  • American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
  • American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel
American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel

American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel

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  • Brass Swivel Spout
  • Spout Height 14-5/8 (372mm) with 8" (203mm) with clearance
  • Pull-down spray with adjustable spray pattern and pause feature
  • Metal Lever Handle
  • Can be mounted with or without supplied escutcheon

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Need to clean it? Be careful when you take off the spray head: If you do take it off to clean the screens and washers inside (the instructions do not cover this process), the hose and coupling will possibly fall back into the arch and be irretrievable, and require taking the whole thing off the sink and tilting it sideways to ever see it again. This should not be possible. One other quibble, the valves cannot handle high temperatures, like from a tankless water heater; the result is the seals leak, allowing the spray feature to dribble while the standard stream is in use. The majority of parts are plastic, so be careful with them if you do any maintenance, especially since there are no directions beyond removing the mixing valve.EDIT: Bought a Kraus. It's more commercial looking, so the hose leading to the spray head is in a coil thing and cannot fall down inside the body of the faucet. Recommend this style more, although it's not as sleek. 2Seems to be well made, east to install, included cover plate.. BULKY We have a cabinet over our sink. Wanted a high rise faucet but could not go over 15". There are few options out there since most of the high rise faucets are are 15 3/4 or higher. This is the only option I found.Build quality appears to be OK. I appreciate that they include a 3 hole cover plate.I like the fact that you can set the nozzle to stream or spray and the spray has a lot more power than our old faucet.There were a couple of things I do not like.1. The pull out nozzle is only retracted by a weight drawing the hose back in. There is no magnetic keeper in the head. The head is plastic. It has a momentary water shut off button in the nozzle. WHY??? Why would you need that feature???2. Packaging is very poor. I had to send my first unit back because it was damaged in shipping.. even though the box outside looked fine... The faucet is shipped in a HEAVY cardboard box with a flimsy plastic tray keeping all the parts from banging into each other. That plastic in my box was shattered and the parts banged around in the box. Just check your unit carefully for damage. Make sure the hoses have not kinked. That will save you a lot of trouble in the future.3. Last but not least the nozzle hose has a small rubber washer that is critical to a no leak installation. The part is also SUPER easy to lose and a pain to install when you are lying on your back under a sink, with a disposal in your face and the connection is on the shortest hose, only about 3 inches from the base of the faucet. Ended up losing mine and had to make one from a slightly larger thicker rubber washer. What a waste of time. Just a very poorly designed in my opinion.My last comment is that this faucet is BULKY. I have no idea why they could not have made this about 1/2 the thickness it is. Also the spray nozzle is so large it sort of makes the "high rise" feature moot, since in reality I probably only gained about 2 inches in additional height.Wish other manufacturers would make a shorter "high rise" faucet.Guess we'll see how it holds up over time. Happy plumbing!!! 4Extremely impressed It took me all of about 2.5 hours to remove the old beat up faucet and replace it with this one. It looks great, the flow is awesome, the pull down feature works exactly the way is is supposed to. I posted a few before/after pictures to help people along.I think the complaints about the pull down not fully retracting may be related to a couple of things. First, there are supplied weights that have to be placed in the right spot in order to get full retraction of the pull-down. Second, if you replace all the stuff under your sink you have the make sure nothing gets in the way of the hoses or the pull down may not fully retract due to stuff getting in the way.I did this with a wrench and a screwdriver and no knowledge of plumbing. It looks awesome, it works great and I feel like a master of home improvement. How can you beat that? 5Ordered on December 22, 2015, no idea why ... Ordered on December 22, 2015, no idea why but this thing has completely failed within 10 months. Technically I installed it about 5 months ago but the purchase was almost 10 months ago. (see picture) Will update my experience after I submit my warranty claim. 1Stylish and EXCELLENT quality I cannot overstate how well designed this is and the quality of the execution. It can be mounted with or without the escutcheon (which, by the way is metal unlike some competing products). I have three holes so I was compelled to use the plate. The result is a sleek faucet that is elegant in its simplicity. I am getting a terrific flow rate. The mixer is easy enough to adjust the flow and the temperature. Me being me, I managed to attach the hoses backward (hot to cold and cold to hot). I just reversed the indicator which is really just a small rubber plug rather than re-doing the hoses.There are three buttons on the head. One is a pause button. If, for some reason, I need to use it I will probably forget that it is there. The other two are a rocker to select either spray or aerated flow. Whatever you set it to, it stays there until you change it. You can pull the head down which replaces those side sprayers. A counter-weight returns the head to the top when you let it go. It's just the right amount of weight (no tug-of-war).EASE OF INSTALLATION: Easy to moderate depending upon access from below. If the old faucet is easy to remove, the new faucet will be easy to install. The actual installation is not complicated at all. My sink is too close to the wall so I had some difficulty. Most people will not.QUALITY OF INSTRUCTIONS: Well done. 8-1/2" x 11" booklet with 10 pt type. Step-by-step text with illustrations.WHAT YOU NEED: Screwdrivers and wrench or pliers PLUS the instructions call for a bead of calk to go into a channel on the underside of the escutcheon. I used silicone that I already had. I'm frugal okay, cheap. 5Less then 2 years and Leaking/Spewing from the hose! Purchased in Dec 2015, installed in Jan.2016 Part of a kitchen remodel. The hose is now (Oct-Nov 2017) Spewing Water if you move it from the faucet, the buttons on the head regulating sprays or flows are not working well now either. I cleaned the head with vinegar water to clean a light film of calcium but that did nothing, but clean it. There is only One resident so it's not like a whole family was using this faucet.! I don't know if I still have warranty on any parts as the copy on line here is SOOO small and trying to enlarge it makes it worse. It was a nice looking, seemingly heavy duty kitchen faucet! Not so much now. Not sure I want to fix or get a different brand. I gave 3 stars because I did like it till it fell apart! American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel 3beautiful and elegant but watch the handle husband and i installed it today. it took longer to remove the old one and install a new soap dispenser to match than to put this one in. very nice quality, solid, not flimsy like others we looked at. it was taller than i thought it would be, but functions beautifully.be aware that the handle pushes back pretty far for the hot water. it was a close call for us because we have a window sill just behind the sink and if it was a 1/2" different, it would not have worked. on our old faucet the handle went up perpendicular to the spout and the handle went down towards you, but this one actually pushes away from you past the vertical of the spout.also note that the instructions call for plumbers putty or silicone corking to put beneath the mounting plate (it was just something we didn't have hanging around the house and had to go out and buy). BUT also note that if you have a granite counter top that you are mounting it to, that some putty or corking can mark the granite, leaving a kind of oil stain (or at least i have read that somewhere, you may want to research before mounting to granite is all).this item can also be mounted without the mounting plate if you have only 1 hole in the sink.overall i love it and hope it lives up to it's american standard name. i gave it one less star because of the handle function...that was almost a deal breaker. 4Fell apart in just 2 years I was initially pleased with this faucet, which worked pretty well for 2 years. Then the valve handle started to feel loose, although it still functioned to turn the water on and off, and it did not leak. About 2 months after the valve handle became loose and wobbly, the upper curved portion of the faucet became wobbly too. Then the sprayer hose became very hard to pull out, feeling like it was scraping against something inside the faucet body (the hose was not binding under the sink). I looked underneath the sink and the faucet was still firmly attached to the counter, with no visible signs of anything missing. I downloaded the parts list and faucet diagram from the manufacturer's site, and there is nothing shown - no replaceable parts indicated - in that drawing inside the lower fixed portion of the faucet where the curved part and the valve are attached. Something inside this area has clearly broken, allowing the curved part to flop up and down, and perhaps also having something to do with the previous valve loosening. But it's nothing repairable - I'd have to replace the whole thing. Note that we are two senior citizens with no kids in the house, and we are very gentle users of all our stuff. Our city water is very clean and pure. I can only imagine how much more quickly this would break in a large, busy household with lots of people using it every day, or with corrosive well water. I can't return it to Amazon after so much time. And although it has a "lifetime warranty", the manufacturer only gives a PO box in care of "director of consumer affairs" to mail in claims. I don't have time to wait for snail-mail correspondence to go back and forth across the country to some huge corporate bureaucracy - I need a solid, working faucet now. So, I'm going to buy a different brand of faucet, and hope this new one lasts much longer. And this one will go in the dumpster after just 2 years of gentle use! I recommend buying something that's better built. 1Great purchase - classie - go get yours!!! This order come to us in good time and very well packaged for it's long journey to us (no issues there!). This very useful faucet is way beyond its simple structure than it appears! The seating is standard - "Standard Hardware" so it connected and took its place very easily on the sink. The head swivels from left to right easily and the hose pulls out to deliver water a good way beyond the kitchen-sink; as well as to deliver a spray and or full spouting water pressure. The single 'water-lever' accesses hot, cold and tepid water to our/your desired temperature. The finish is classic "SH" - high buffed, stainless steel finish. 5Nozzle dangles loosely and sloppy - good otherwise The nozzle lacks a magnet or other mechanism to hold it to the neck, so often it just hangs loosely and sloppily. A round magnet on the neck would be so perfect - it seems crazy that they wouldn't have something to hold the nozzle head to the neck. 2
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Need to clean it? Be careful when you take off the spray head: If you do take it off to clean the screens and washers inside (the instructions do not cover this process), the hose and coupling will possibly fall back into the arch and be irretrievable, and require taking the whole thing off the sink and tilting it sideways to ever see it again. This should not be possible. One other quibble, the valves cannot handle high temperatures, like from a tankless water heater; the result is the seals leak, allowing the spray feature to dribble while the standard stream is in use. The majority of parts are plastic, so be careful with them if you do any maintenance, especially since there are no directions beyond removing the mixing valve.EDIT: Bought a Kraus. It's more commercial looking, so the hose leading to the spray head is in a coil thing and cannot fall down inside the body of the faucet. Recommend this style more, although it's not as sleek. 2Seems to be well made, east to install, included cover plate.. BULKY We have a cabinet over our sink. Wanted a high rise faucet but could not go over 15". There are few options out there since most of the high rise faucets are are 15 3/4 or higher. This is the only option I found.Build quality appears to be OK. I appreciate that they include a 3 hole cover plate.I like the fact that you can set the nozzle to stream or spray and the spray has a lot more power than our old faucet.There were a couple of things I do not like.1. The pull out nozzle is only retracted by a weight drawing the hose back in. There is no magnetic keeper in the head. The head is plastic. It has a momentary water shut off button in the nozzle. WHY??? Why would you need that feature???2. Packaging is very poor. I had to send my first unit back because it was damaged in shipping.. even though the box outside looked fine... The faucet is shipped in a HEAVY cardboard box with a flimsy plastic tray keeping all the parts from banging into each other. That plastic in my box was shattered and the parts banged around in the box. Just check your unit carefully for damage. Make sure the hoses have not kinked. That will save you a lot of trouble in the future.3. Last but not least the nozzle hose has a small rubber washer that is critical to a no leak installation. The part is also SUPER easy to lose and a pain to install when you are lying on your back under a sink, with a disposal in your face and the connection is on the shortest hose, only about 3 inches from the base of the faucet. Ended up losing mine and had to make one from a slightly larger thicker rubber washer. What a waste of time. Just a very poorly designed in my opinion.My last comment is that this faucet is BULKY. I have no idea why they could not have made this about 1/2 the thickness it is. Also the spray nozzle is so large it sort of makes the "high rise" feature moot, since in reality I probably only gained about 2 inches in additional height.Wish other manufacturers would make a shorter "high rise" faucet.Guess we'll see how it holds up over time. Happy plumbing!!! 4Extremely impressed It took me all of about 2.5 hours to remove the old beat up faucet and replace it with this one. It looks great, the flow is awesome, the pull down feature works exactly the way is is supposed to. I posted a few before/after pictures to help people along.I think the complaints about the pull down not fully retracting may be related to a couple of things. First, there are supplied weights that have to be placed in the right spot in order to get full retraction of the pull-down. Second, if you replace all the stuff under your sink you have the make sure nothing gets in the way of the hoses or the pull down may not fully retract due to stuff getting in the way.I did this with a wrench and a screwdriver and no knowledge of plumbing. It looks awesome, it works great and I feel like a master of home improvement. How can you beat that? 5Ordered on December 22, 2015, no idea why ... Ordered on December 22, 2015, no idea why but this thing has completely failed within 10 months. Technically I installed it about 5 months ago but the purchase was almost 10 months ago. (see picture) Will update my experience after I submit my warranty claim. 1Stylish and EXCELLENT quality I cannot overstate how well designed this is and the quality of the execution. It can be mounted with or without the escutcheon (which, by the way is metal unlike some competing products). I have three holes so I was compelled to use the plate. The result is a sleek faucet that is elegant in its simplicity. I am getting a terrific flow rate. The mixer is easy enough to adjust the flow and the temperature. Me being me, I managed to attach the hoses backward (hot to cold and cold to hot). I just reversed the indicator which is really just a small rubber plug rather than re-doing the hoses.There are three buttons on the head. One is a pause button. If, for some reason, I need to use it I will probably forget that it is there. The other two are a rocker to select either spray or aerated flow. Whatever you set it to, it stays there until you change it. You can pull the head down which replaces those side sprayers. A counter-weight returns the head to the top when you let it go. It's just the right amount of weight (no tug-of-war).EASE OF INSTALLATION: Easy to moderate depending upon access from below. If the old faucet is easy to remove, the new faucet will be easy to install. The actual installation is not complicated at all. My sink is too close to the wall so I had some difficulty. Most people will not.QUALITY OF INSTRUCTIONS: Well done. 8-1/2" x 11" booklet with 10 pt type. Step-by-step text with illustrations.WHAT YOU NEED: Screwdrivers and wrench or pliers PLUS the instructions call for a bead of calk to go into a channel on the underside of the escutcheon. I used silicone that I already had. I'm frugal okay, cheap. 5Less then 2 years and Leaking/Spewing from the hose! Purchased in Dec 2015, installed in Jan.2016 Part of a kitchen remodel. The hose is now (Oct-Nov 2017) Spewing Water if you move it from the faucet, the buttons on the head regulating sprays or flows are not working well now either. I cleaned the head with vinegar water to clean a light film of calcium but that did nothing, but clean it. There is only One resident so it's not like a whole family was using this faucet.! I don't know if I still have warranty on any parts as the copy on line here is SOOO small and trying to enlarge it makes it worse. It was a nice looking, seemingly heavy duty kitchen faucet! Not so much now. Not sure I want to fix or get a different brand. I gave 3 stars because I did like it till it fell apart! American Standard 4175.300.075 Colony Soft Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel 3beautiful and elegant but watch the handle husband and i installed it today. it took longer to remove the old one and install a new soap dispenser to match than to put this one in. very nice quality, solid, not flimsy like others we looked at. it was taller than i thought it would be, but functions beautifully.be aware that the handle pushes back pretty far for the hot water. it was a close call for us because we have a window sill just behind the sink and if it was a 1/2" different, it would not have worked. on our old faucet the handle went up perpendicular to the spout and the handle went down towards you, but this one actually pushes away from you past the vertical of the spout.also note that the instructions call for plumbers putty or silicone corking to put beneath the mounting plate (it was just something we didn't have hanging around the house and had to go out and buy). BUT also note that if you have a granite counter top that you are mounting it to, that some putty or corking can mark the granite, leaving a kind of oil stain (or at least i have read that somewhere, you may want to research before mounting to granite is all).this item can also be mounted without the mounting plate if you have only 1 hole in the sink.overall i love it and hope it lives up to it's american standard name. i gave it one less star because of the handle function...that was almost a deal breaker. 4Fell apart in just 2 years I was initially pleased with this faucet, which worked pretty well for 2 years. Then the valve handle started to feel loose, although it still functioned to turn the water on and off, and it did not leak. About 2 months after the valve handle became loose and wobbly, the upper curved portion of the faucet became wobbly too. Then the sprayer hose became very hard to pull out, feeling like it was scraping against something inside the faucet body (the hose was not binding under the sink). I looked underneath the sink and the faucet was still firmly attached to the counter, with no visible signs of anything missing. I downloaded the parts list and faucet diagram from the manufacturer's site, and there is nothing shown - no replaceable parts indicated - in that drawing inside the lower fixed portion of the faucet where the curved part and the valve are attached. Something inside this area has clearly broken, allowing the curved part to flop up and down, and perhaps also having something to do with the previous valve loosening. But it's nothing repairable - I'd have to replace the whole thing. Note that we are two senior citizens with no kids in the house, and we are very gentle users of all our stuff. Our city water is very clean and pure. I can only imagine how much more quickly this would break in a large, busy household with lots of people using it every day, or with corrosive well water. I can't return it to Amazon after so much time. And although it has a "lifetime warranty", the manufacturer only gives a PO box in care of "director of consumer affairs" to mail in claims. I don't have time to wait for snail-mail correspondence to go back and forth across the country to some huge corporate bureaucracy - I need a solid, working faucet now. So, I'm going to buy a different brand of faucet, and hope this new one lasts much longer. And this one will go in the dumpster after just 2 years of gentle use! I recommend buying something that's better built. 1Great purchase - classie - go get yours!!! This order come to us in good time and very well packaged for it's long journey to us (no issues there!). This very useful faucet is way beyond its simple structure than it appears! The seating is standard - "Standard Hardware" so it connected and took its place very easily on the sink. The head swivels from left to right easily and the hose pulls out to deliver water a good way beyond the kitchen-sink; as well as to deliver a spray and or full spouting water pressure. The single 'water-lever' accesses hot, cold and tepid water to our/your desired temperature. The finish is classic "SH" - high buffed, stainless steel finish. 5Nozzle dangles loosely and sloppy - good otherwise The nozzle lacks a magnet or other mechanism to hold it to the neck, so often it just hangs loosely and sloppily. A round magnet on the neck would be so perfect - it seems crazy that they wouldn't have something to hold the nozzle head to the neck. 2
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