• Delta Faucet RP1001CZ Soap/Lotion Dispenser with 13oz bottle with funnel, Champagne Bronze
Delta Faucet RP1001CZ Soap/Lotion Dispenser with 13oz bottle with funnel, Champagne Bronze

Delta Faucet RP1001CZ Soap/Lotion Dispenser with 13oz bottle with funnel, Champagne Bronze

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  • For use as soap or lotion dispenser
  • Large capacity 13-ounce bottle
  • Refillable from above the deck
  • Includes refill funnel.13-Ounce bottle
  • Spout Height: 2-1/2 inches
  • Plastic

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Check counter depth first! Needs add on part if 1.5 or larger. I have a 3/4 granite slab over a 3/4 plywood base and the nut cant reach the threads from the underside. You need to order add on part Delta RP31845 it seems for up to 2.5 widths. If you have about 1 3/8 counter width total, should work. It s just an 1/8 to even 1/16 too short to reach threads on 1 1/2 width counters. This was not made clear and a 1.5 space for counter is poor design. The old one I pulled out had a 3 gap. 2Looks nice, not quite durable enough... Besides the original two, I have now purchased two more. This is not because I am remodeling kitchens, but because these eventually break.Someone will eventually wrench this down the wrong way and break off the dispenser spout. Some think this levers when it pushed straight down.It is a nice looking dispenser, not quite worth the $35-40 is costs. I would give it 5 starts if it would last longer.P.S. I would have tried a different dispenser by now, but mine is VERY hard to get to under the sink and it has been easier to replace the spout portion without replacing the whole under-mount. If you get an extra one, then it is helpful to have a container the right size so you don't overflow the main container when filling from the top. 3Quick and easy install, love the filling funnel. great design and looks great too! I like this simple design, and super easy to install (once you battle the plastic clamshell packaging, that is).Our sink had an existing spray nozzle hole, which made the install simple. Remove the bottle from the body, and the retaining nut screwed on at the factory. Insert the body (with rubber gasket installed on bottom of body) into the hole on top of sink, and have a helper hold this in place. under the sink, you just run the nut up and tighten it against the bottom of your sink. Install the bottle while you are under the sink. Use the small funnel(great feature, I love this funnel, versus spilling the soap everywhere) to fill the bottle with your favorite dish soap or hand soap, install the tube into the pump, and simply insert the pump into the opening on the body. Takes less than five minutes to install! 5Good Quality - Looks Good - Works Great! This review is for the Delta Faucet RP1001 Soap/Lotion Dispenser, Chrome.At first I was disappointed when I saw that this dispenser was smaller than the original kitchen sink soap dispenser that I was replacing. The soap reservoir bottle seemed small too, only holding about 13 ounces of soap. However, I decided to install it anyway thinking I would replace it later.Well the first thing I like about the Delta dispenser was the ridged plastic nut that secured the dispenser to the sink. The old dispenser had a brass nut that had developed corrosion and was a bear to get off even with a large set of pliers. The plastic or nylon securing nut that came with the Delta dispenser could be installed and tightened by hand.After installation I simply poured dish soap into the soap reservoir through the top of the dispenser. A funnel was included with the kit but I did not need it. I then plopped the dispenser pump onto the top of the soap bottle and gave it 2 pumps and soap started coming out.Since then it has worked perfectly. It takes just a light press on the pump and soap comes out. Also it does not weep soap like the past dispenser did. And, when I need to replenish the soap I simply have to pull the pump head straight out of the top of the dispenser and add soap. (No unscrewing, no crawling underneath the sink to remove a reservoir bottle.)So overall I am extremely pleased with this dispenser. (The smaller size has not been an issue at all.)Note: I had originally ordered and installed a cheaper no-brand soap dispenser to replace a Moen dispenser that had finally stopped working. I chose the cheap dispenser for the price and the fact that it had a long hose that you could place into a large bottle of dish detergent under the sink.Unfortunately the chrome on the dispenser was low quality so it had a more of a nickel look, and the long hose proved to be a nuisance as it took many pumps to get any soap to start flowing and the stiff plastic hose kept curling up and frequently came out of the soap bottle. Dish soap also dripped from the pump spout into the sink. And finally, after a few months of light use the pump developed a crack and stopped working all together.Bottom line, going cheap is tempting but not worth it in the long run.4/12/2017 Update: Still working and looking great with no issues. 5It works, looks nice, but wasn't durable. Delta sent a new pump. Before buying a replacement pump mechanism you should try contacting Delta first as they will replace this part for free. I found this out after Delta replied to my original review of this pump. Great customer service! My original post, as well as a link to the replacement pump mechanism is below.I bought this to match a delta faucet I installed. The look is nice and the metal parts seem to be durable. The pump mechanism broke after one year. You can buy those at the link below for $4 a piece. I'd suggest buying two.http://www.amazon.com/Delta-Faucet-RP21908-Lotion-Dispenser/dp/B001DU57VI 5A good upgrade We replaced our old soap dispenser with this one. The aesthetic is nice and it s easy to use. The install wasn t too bad, but it wasn t that easy. We have a large sink, so it was a bit tedious to install the soap dispenser. The container for the soap is a decent size. The pump has been working well over the past few months. I really don t have too many complaints about this product. I would recommend this soap dispenser. 4Easy to Install, Works Great I bought this to replace the old soap dispenser on our kitchen sink, which had worn out and for which I couldn't find a replacement pump mechanism that fit. Very easy to install. I just twisted the old one with a pair of ChannelLock pliers, which loosened the nut under the sink enough to remove it. After cleaning the built-up gunk from around the hole with a putty knife, I popped in the new soap dispenser, crawled under the sink and attached the large plastic wing nut that holds it in place, screwed on the plastic bottle, filled it with a soap solution (I use about 1 part liquid detergent to 2 parts water), dropped the pump into the hole, and voila! Each push squirts out about a teaspoon of soap solution, and unlike the old one, it doesn't lose its prime between uses.True, the part that goes through the sink and the nut that holds the unit in place are plastic, or perhaps nylon of some sort, but it seems quite strong and durable. The exposed part is apparently enamel- or plastic-coated brass -- heavy and obviously strong -- and it looks great, with clean lines and not obtrusive. I expect it to last for years -- and if not, what the heck, it was only $35 from Amazon.BTW, don't be concerned about the term "for Thick Tile" in the name of this product. Apparently that means the part that goes through the hole is longer than normal (it's about 3 inches long, whereas the same part on my old unit was only about 1 inch long), which allows it to be used with holes cut through granite or other thick counter tops. However, it works equally well with a normal sink -- you just have to tighten the nut a few more turns. 5Short spout, pumps well, hole four This dispenser has a lot to like and one major dislike. Let me get the dislike right out there; the spout is too short. It hangs over the sink by about an inch and that is if you keep it perpendicular to the sink wall. What is good about it is that it is matt black, matches anything black, looks stylish and works flawlessly. The included funnel is a nice touch. It was simple to install and does not get stuck or slow to return to the pump position. That however, will be somewhat dependent on how thick your soap is. We use a fairly thick liquid soap so I would give it an A for function, but a D for form. You cannot turn it from the 4th hole out and use it comfortably. We have a single hole faucet so we are not using hole 2 and 3. Any closer and it is just in the way of your faucet. 3Didn't last long Bought this on Feb 2018, by November the pump was not working any more: it gets stuck after one pump and takes a long time to return to normal. This was a replacement for the same delta soap pump that we had for 12 years. The original broke the same way, but we figured 12 years is a VERY fair lifespan for a soap pump. Not sure what to do since there is not many black matte pumps on the market... Very disappointing. 1Good brand. Good looks. The chrome looks good right after installation. I gave five stars but this is a light duty dispenser. You have to press down on the head, not the spout. Pressing on the spout (or hooking it with your fingers while pulling down) doesn't get a good squirt of soap.The funnel is a good idea because you can fill it from the top by just lifting the pump off but I think it will probably be lost in a year or two. Filling is a messy job. Whether you fill from the top or by removing the bottle you have to guess when to stop pouring if you don't want to get an overflow when you replace the pump.A really good funnel would be big enough to hold a full refill of soap with several markings for various bottle sizes. You should be able to hold your finger under the spout with one hand so you can take the pump out with the other; then position the spout over the opening and get a perfect fill.Delta is a brand preferred by many plumbers so I'm hoping for a decent useful life before the seal wears out or it corrodes. 5Works well, installs easily We installed the dispenser in a pre-drilled hole in our granite countertop. The installation process is simple but requires two people: one person to hold the escutcheon in place on top while another works underneath the sink to secure the nut. Once the nut is in place, the bottle screws in. The bottle may be filled from the top with the included funnel. We are using ours for hand soap adjacent to the kitchen sink.The only problems we encountered during installation were crossthreading of the plastic nut underneath while attempting to secure it, and filling the plastic bottle that holds the soap. While a funnel is included, there's no venting to allow air to escape while filling the bottle...so thick liquid tends to take its time going down.It only took a couple of times pumping before the soap came out. Seems to work well, but it's just been a couple of days since we installed it. I will report back if there are any issues that come up over time. 4
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Check counter depth first! Needs add on part if 1.5 or larger. I have a 3/4 granite slab over a 3/4 plywood base and the nut cant reach the threads from the underside. You need to order add on part Delta RP31845 it seems for up to 2.5 widths. If you have about 1 3/8 counter width total, should work. It s just an 1/8 to even 1/16 too short to reach threads on 1 1/2 width counters. This was not made clear and a 1.5 space for counter is poor design. The old one I pulled out had a 3 gap. 2Looks nice, not quite durable enough... Besides the original two, I have now purchased two more. This is not because I am remodeling kitchens, but because these eventually break.Someone will eventually wrench this down the wrong way and break off the dispenser spout. Some think this levers when it pushed straight down.It is a nice looking dispenser, not quite worth the $35-40 is costs. I would give it 5 starts if it would last longer.P.S. I would have tried a different dispenser by now, but mine is VERY hard to get to under the sink and it has been easier to replace the spout portion without replacing the whole under-mount. If you get an extra one, then it is helpful to have a container the right size so you don't overflow the main container when filling from the top. 3Quick and easy install, love the filling funnel. great design and looks great too! I like this simple design, and super easy to install (once you battle the plastic clamshell packaging, that is).Our sink had an existing spray nozzle hole, which made the install simple. Remove the bottle from the body, and the retaining nut screwed on at the factory. Insert the body (with rubber gasket installed on bottom of body) into the hole on top of sink, and have a helper hold this in place. under the sink, you just run the nut up and tighten it against the bottom of your sink. Install the bottle while you are under the sink. Use the small funnel(great feature, I love this funnel, versus spilling the soap everywhere) to fill the bottle with your favorite dish soap or hand soap, install the tube into the pump, and simply insert the pump into the opening on the body. Takes less than five minutes to install! 5Good Quality - Looks Good - Works Great! This review is for the Delta Faucet RP1001 Soap/Lotion Dispenser, Chrome.At first I was disappointed when I saw that this dispenser was smaller than the original kitchen sink soap dispenser that I was replacing. The soap reservoir bottle seemed small too, only holding about 13 ounces of soap. However, I decided to install it anyway thinking I would replace it later.Well the first thing I like about the Delta dispenser was the ridged plastic nut that secured the dispenser to the sink. The old dispenser had a brass nut that had developed corrosion and was a bear to get off even with a large set of pliers. The plastic or nylon securing nut that came with the Delta dispenser could be installed and tightened by hand.After installation I simply poured dish soap into the soap reservoir through the top of the dispenser. A funnel was included with the kit but I did not need it. I then plopped the dispenser pump onto the top of the soap bottle and gave it 2 pumps and soap started coming out.Since then it has worked perfectly. It takes just a light press on the pump and soap comes out. Also it does not weep soap like the past dispenser did. And, when I need to replenish the soap I simply have to pull the pump head straight out of the top of the dispenser and add soap. (No unscrewing, no crawling underneath the sink to remove a reservoir bottle.)So overall I am extremely pleased with this dispenser. (The smaller size has not been an issue at all.)Note: I had originally ordered and installed a cheaper no-brand soap dispenser to replace a Moen dispenser that had finally stopped working. I chose the cheap dispenser for the price and the fact that it had a long hose that you could place into a large bottle of dish detergent under the sink.Unfortunately the chrome on the dispenser was low quality so it had a more of a nickel look, and the long hose proved to be a nuisance as it took many pumps to get any soap to start flowing and the stiff plastic hose kept curling up and frequently came out of the soap bottle. Dish soap also dripped from the pump spout into the sink. And finally, after a few months of light use the pump developed a crack and stopped working all together.Bottom line, going cheap is tempting but not worth it in the long run.4/12/2017 Update: Still working and looking great with no issues. 5It works, looks nice, but wasn't durable. Delta sent a new pump. Before buying a replacement pump mechanism you should try contacting Delta first as they will replace this part for free. I found this out after Delta replied to my original review of this pump. Great customer service! My original post, as well as a link to the replacement pump mechanism is below.I bought this to match a delta faucet I installed. The look is nice and the metal parts seem to be durable. The pump mechanism broke after one year. You can buy those at the link below for $4 a piece. I'd suggest buying two.http://www.amazon.com/Delta-Faucet-RP21908-Lotion-Dispenser/dp/B001DU57VI 5A good upgrade We replaced our old soap dispenser with this one. The aesthetic is nice and it s easy to use. The install wasn t too bad, but it wasn t that easy. We have a large sink, so it was a bit tedious to install the soap dispenser. The container for the soap is a decent size. The pump has been working well over the past few months. I really don t have too many complaints about this product. I would recommend this soap dispenser. 4Easy to Install, Works Great I bought this to replace the old soap dispenser on our kitchen sink, which had worn out and for which I couldn't find a replacement pump mechanism that fit. Very easy to install. I just twisted the old one with a pair of ChannelLock pliers, which loosened the nut under the sink enough to remove it. After cleaning the built-up gunk from around the hole with a putty knife, I popped in the new soap dispenser, crawled under the sink and attached the large plastic wing nut that holds it in place, screwed on the plastic bottle, filled it with a soap solution (I use about 1 part liquid detergent to 2 parts water), dropped the pump into the hole, and voila! Each push squirts out about a teaspoon of soap solution, and unlike the old one, it doesn't lose its prime between uses.True, the part that goes through the sink and the nut that holds the unit in place are plastic, or perhaps nylon of some sort, but it seems quite strong and durable. The exposed part is apparently enamel- or plastic-coated brass -- heavy and obviously strong -- and it looks great, with clean lines and not obtrusive. I expect it to last for years -- and if not, what the heck, it was only $35 from Amazon.BTW, don't be concerned about the term "for Thick Tile" in the name of this product. Apparently that means the part that goes through the hole is longer than normal (it's about 3 inches long, whereas the same part on my old unit was only about 1 inch long), which allows it to be used with holes cut through granite or other thick counter tops. However, it works equally well with a normal sink -- you just have to tighten the nut a few more turns. 5Short spout, pumps well, hole four This dispenser has a lot to like and one major dislike. Let me get the dislike right out there; the spout is too short. It hangs over the sink by about an inch and that is if you keep it perpendicular to the sink wall. What is good about it is that it is matt black, matches anything black, looks stylish and works flawlessly. The included funnel is a nice touch. It was simple to install and does not get stuck or slow to return to the pump position. That however, will be somewhat dependent on how thick your soap is. We use a fairly thick liquid soap so I would give it an A for function, but a D for form. You cannot turn it from the 4th hole out and use it comfortably. We have a single hole faucet so we are not using hole 2 and 3. Any closer and it is just in the way of your faucet. 3Didn't last long Bought this on Feb 2018, by November the pump was not working any more: it gets stuck after one pump and takes a long time to return to normal. This was a replacement for the same delta soap pump that we had for 12 years. The original broke the same way, but we figured 12 years is a VERY fair lifespan for a soap pump. Not sure what to do since there is not many black matte pumps on the market... Very disappointing. 1Good brand. Good looks. The chrome looks good right after installation. I gave five stars but this is a light duty dispenser. You have to press down on the head, not the spout. Pressing on the spout (or hooking it with your fingers while pulling down) doesn't get a good squirt of soap.The funnel is a good idea because you can fill it from the top by just lifting the pump off but I think it will probably be lost in a year or two. Filling is a messy job. Whether you fill from the top or by removing the bottle you have to guess when to stop pouring if you don't want to get an overflow when you replace the pump.A really good funnel would be big enough to hold a full refill of soap with several markings for various bottle sizes. You should be able to hold your finger under the spout with one hand so you can take the pump out with the other; then position the spout over the opening and get a perfect fill.Delta is a brand preferred by many plumbers so I'm hoping for a decent useful life before the seal wears out or it corrodes. 5Works well, installs easily We installed the dispenser in a pre-drilled hole in our granite countertop. The installation process is simple but requires two people: one person to hold the escutcheon in place on top while another works underneath the sink to secure the nut. Once the nut is in place, the bottle screws in. The bottle may be filled from the top with the included funnel. We are using ours for hand soap adjacent to the kitchen sink.The only problems we encountered during installation were crossthreading of the plastic nut underneath while attempting to secure it, and filling the plastic bottle that holds the soap. While a funnel is included, there's no venting to allow air to escape while filling the bottle...so thick liquid tends to take its time going down.It only took a couple of times pumping before the soap came out. Seems to work well, but it's just been a couple of days since we installed it. I will report back if there are any issues that come up over time. 4
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