• KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel
  • KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel
  • KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel
KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel
KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel
KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel

KOHLER K-8801-SN Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Vibrant Polished Nickel

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  • Sink strainer with 1-1/2-by- 4-inch tailpiece
  • Solid brass construction for durability and reliability
  • For sink installations with 3-1/2-inch to 4-inch outlets
  • Removable basket strainer with open/close stopper that seals tightly

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Excellent Product - Kohler K-8801-CP Duostrainer This sink strainer assembly is very well made of heavy gauge brass. Fit and finish are excellent. I have experienced no problems with the strainer "O" ring as mentioned in some of the reviews I read. The thing that I am most impressed with is Kohler's new three screw mounting system. I was able to install each strainer assembly in five minutes, with perfect results. Compared to the "old" mounting system that consisted of a large mounting ring that had to be tightened with a wrench or special tool, this only requires a large head phillips screwdriver to lock the assembly in place. Follow the supplied instructions and the installation is a breeze. A very high quality product that is worth the added expense, as compared to the light weight strainer assemblies found at the big box stores. In this case, you get what you pay for. 5Probably the best sink strainer on the market, but get extra O rings... Kohler K-8801-CP Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Polished ChromeThis is probably the highest quality kitchen sink strainer on the market, but it s also the most expensive. The lowest-priced chrome model is the best value if that finish is OK for your application. I used it on a stainless steel utility sink with a chrome faucet and it looks great.Pros:- Compared to most other sink strainers, this one is downright elegant.- The body is thick solid brass, chrome plated, and high quality.- The large rubber and steel mounting washers are thick and good quality.- The tightening ring and three number 3 Phillips-head screws are stainless steel. This is the best mounting system for a strainer since the body is easily aligned (with the Kohler insignia) in the sink bottom, plus it s easy to get the assembly tight without special tools; it s also the most expensive to manufacture.- The tail pipe is chrome-plated brass; and a decent gauge.- The strainer is either stainless steel or brass. It has two positions open and closed.Cons:- The weak link in this product is the O-ring used in the stopper. It should come with several spare O rings, given that they will eventually wear out or stretch. You might want to keep extra O-rings on hand. Also, the stopper must be positioned dead center and level when it s dropped down into position for it to actually stop water; miss by a tad and water passes through.Other:-If you call Kohler [800-456-4537] they might send two or three DuoStrainer O rings at no cost. Or, go to kohler dot com, click on parts, and search for part number 48694. They are currently $1.20 each with eight bucks shipping for the order, so order several. There are lots of sellers for this part; one reviewer said he found them at an ACE hardware store.- The KOHLER K-8799-CP Duostrainer is the same as this one, but doesn t include a tail pipe.- Made in China.Summary:The duo strainer is an excellent quality sink strainer and looks great! 5This is a Quality Strainer Other reviewers have it right with their 5 star ratings. I bought these to add to a new sink replacement. I will say that I bought the polished chrome to fit in a stainless sink mostly due to the discounted price I got it for (Stainless was almost twice the cost). It looks OK; I mean who really looks in a sink to see if you have matching strainers?The 3 screw mounting system is excellent. I had an older stainless steel sink and had replace the strainers with cheapo ace hardware ones. They usually leaked after a few months because it was hard to get the mounting ring tight enough without tearing the rubber ring. On the Kohler strainer, you spin the 3 screw mounting ring within 1/4" of a heavy steel washer that butts up to the rubber ring. Then you simply tighten the screws to squish out the plumbers putty ! Piece of cake.A couple other things: I wanted to use the heavy duty tail pipes but had to cut one to fit my installation. I couldn't get a hacksaw through it without distorting the pipe in my vice so had to cut it with my 4 1/2" grinder with metal cutting wheel. It's that thick. The strainer comes with flat rubber O rings to mount the pipe to the strainer. After reading a couple of reviews about these failing in a few months, I used white plastic pipe wedge gaskets. No leaks and they should last indefinitely. 5Heavy. Easy to install. Tailpiece is great Installed this when changing out some pvc drainpipe under a cast iron kitchen sink. It was my first strainer installation, after three months, so far so good.The old strainer was cheap and nut that held the pvc tailpiece to it had cracked. A little rust on the underside of the sink hole where the old one had leaked a bit. Used some Bam cleaner to clean the rust off and all the rest of the yucky stuff on the sink side. Rinsed everything, let it air dry then wiped it down with rubbing alcohol which don't know if it was needed, but cleans away all cleaner residue. Used a roll of plumbers putty under the rim on the sink side, and a thin bead of GE clear silicone caulk between the rubber washer and the undersink side. The caulk may be overkill, but I wanted something extra there, this was the area that was rusted.Strainer easy to tighten with the screws, no wrench needed. It looks great, even from view under the sink.One minor thing about the strainer. It does stop up the sink, but can be a little tricky to get to a complete stoppage. It can take two or three tries. After about thirty times of closing off the drain, the stopper disk part will come unscrewed from the middle post that screws into it. Easy to screw back on, not a major thing.Nice to know about the replacement part for thin rubber o-ring that goes on the disk, as I knew that would wear out someday. 5Solid and pretty Got this as a warehouse deal so it was a deal. Install went well, unfortunately tailpiece was too short for my specific installation. Much nicer than my old strainer, water actually flows now when i want it to. Cant speak to longevity of the oring yet. It uses screws to seal the drain instead of a large nut like the old style so you dont need a special gigantic wrench (i needed it take my my old one out however). Hand tighten the ring and load the seal down with 3 phillips screws. 4Life Changing. Love this drain! So fancy. So functional. Seems SO well made. Appears that it will last a long time. I have the "brilliant stainless" Kohler faucet and bought the chrome drain because it was half the price of the stainless one....you could never tell. Everything matches nicely. It's nice and hefty. The strainer works great- the plunge feature to hold water works great.Tip- don't use that plumbers putty crap when installing. Silicone all the way! We bought these to replace crappy plastic/leaking drains and so far I had no idea new kitchen sink drains could make me so happy. I mean so happy that I took photos and put them on instagram. 5Plunger in middle is too heavy This product is heavy duty and well made, however, because it is so heavy, the little plunger in the middle does not sit up properly and has to keep being adjusted to allow the water to go down. Very annoying when you have a sink full of dishes and have to dig down to adjust. 2High quality We remodeled part of our kitchen and added a second sink and needed a drain with strainer. The brushed chrome matched perfectly with our faucet and other fixtures in the kitchen and the overall quality of this is very high. You will need a bit of plumbers putty when installing that will go between the drain top and the bottom of the sink, but otherwise everything is included to connect to your p-trap. The tail piece is a good heavy gauge (17) stainless steel, which isn't the cheap thin tail pieces you find at the big box stores, and is the main reason I purchased this at the more than triple cost of other drains.We don't use this sink often, but we wanted one with a strainer as there is no intention to install a garbage disposal on this sink, and so far the strainer has worked well to keep food out of the drain, and keep water filled in the sink. As other reviewers have pointed out to keep an eye on the washer, I will as well, but if mine fails, it will probably be from a lack of use and drying out.There is a small etched "Kohler" on the bezel as you can faintly see in the photos. Make sure the placement of this is towards the top of the sink for a finished look.The mounting to the sink is first with a screw on ring and then second with a pressure plate that uses three screws to apply pressure and seal the drain to the sink with the rubber washer along the bottom. From the beginning, zero leaks and it creates a tight seal. 5Beautiful, Well Made, Practical I just installed two of these Kohler sink strainers (in polished chrome) last week and I really couldn't be more pleased with them! Perhaps it's a bit weird to be so pleased with a lowly sink strainer, but, well, I am, and partly because I've always been DISpleased with sink strainers for as far back as I can remember noticing them. Strainers are typically made mostly of light gauge metal (except for the part of the body with the threads) and just don't work well.There are several standard approaches to strainer design. One is to have a doubled over spring-metal tongue on the bottom of the strainer basket that is pushed down into a slot in the bottom of the strainer body drain hole, this holds a rubber-ringed disc below the main basket against the sides of the body, thus sealing the sink to hold water. There are two main problems with this design: when not pushed down, a gap is present between the basket rim and the strainer body, which allows food to flow down into the drain, bypassing the basket; and, the rubber gasket gets all gunked up with food and is a pain to clean and is integral with the basket and thus can't be replaced separately.Another design is to have a metal disc down below the strainer basket, with a threaded extension. To seal, you just twist a turn-knob on the strainer and this pulls the metal disc down against a sealing surface on the strainer body. Previous to experiencing this Kohler unit, this was my favorite design as the metal disc can be cleaned and the seal was pretty good if you turned it down nice and hard. The draw back is that both the male and female threads get all gunked up with food and all the units I have found based on this design were moderate quality at best.And yet another design--the one used here--is to have a four-way cross piece at the center of the basket. In one orientation, a sealing ring is held up above the sealing surface on the body. Rotate it 90 degrees to the other orientation and that ring is allowed to drop down onto the sealing surface. The problem I have experienced in the past with this design is that the ring would get accidentally knocked down far too often during the process of washing dishes. Otherwise, it seemed like a decent design, I thought.Well, Kohler has proven this beyond a doubt in my opinion. Even after several hours of washing / rinsing dishes and the like, I have not had one case of the sealing ring dropping down unwanted. It STAYS in the locked up position pretty well, probably because it is so substantial. And when you drop it down, that extra mass helps it seal perfectly to the strainer body. It makes a really great seal from everything I have seen so far. Water can stay in the sink for hours if you want, with no leakage. I don't normally do this, so it's not a big deal either way for me, but for others it will be a welcome change from cheap, poorly designed sink strainers.In addition, the sealing is done by an o-ring. To my mind, this is GREAT! Because o-rings are cheap and easy to obtain and easy to change. Even if an o-ring only lasted a year or two before it started to lose performance, it's no big deal. Just replace it! One reviewer here noted the exact size. I will verify this and update this review. But I believe you can buy them in a two-pack at one of the big box stores that sells Kohler. I will verify this as well. Either way, my point stands. Easy and cheap to change. But that's not all! The other advantage in my opinion is that there is a minimal amount of rubber to get all gunked up, so it's easy to clean the sealing ring and to keep it clean.The strainer body itself is a thing of beauty and excellence in design. It's a heavy-weight, well machined piece of metal (brass in my case) and the three-screw tightening ring assembly makes installation of this unit a joy. Normally you need a strainer wrench (to turn this really large locking ring) and a basin wrench (to hold the strainer body), both of which are specialty tools. Cheap, but a pain, and pretty limited to just this one function. With the Kohler, these tools are not needed.Except that you have to remember that REMOVING the OLD strainer body is probably going to be a nightmare. Just assume it will be very difficult, because it probably will be. Something like this that has been in place for 20 or 30 years is just not fun to remove, and you will need some way to hold the strainer body while you turn off the locking ring. It may even take two people. Or a hacksaw if you're really unlucky.And please follow the instructions and put plumbers putty at the top sealing surface (between sink and strainer body) and use the rubber gasket at the bottom one (between bottom of the sink and the washer). One review I read somewhere the person complained about an 1/8th inch of water remaining in the sink because the gasket raised the strainer up that much. Ah . . . yeah, that's because that gasket should have been BELOW!But, once it's installed, all that pain and frustration will have been so worth it. Or at least it was for me. Every time I look at these Kohler Sink Strainers, I get a small dose of satisfaction and joy--the joy of something which works well and looks great and exudes quality. Very nice indeed. 5Vibrant Stainless Version is Excellent! I purchased the vibrant stainless model. Unbelievably heavy duty! It all appears to be solid stainless including the strainer/stopper. The only components not stainless are the rubber gasket, galvanized pressure plate which presses up against the gasket and the brass nut that secures the pipe to the drain. In my case I didn't need the stainless extension pipe - I just used the plastic nut and gasket from my previous installation. The strainer/stopper works perfectly. The drain was super easy to install with the 3 heavy stainless screws. Absolutely beautiful install compared to anything else I have ever seen. Not sure about the other finishes of this same item being coated or plated and issues with that but this version is the real deal. My wife used to pour bleach into our white ceramic sink to remove the marks left from pans, etc. It completely removed the chrome over time from the previous drain to reveal an ugly oxidized brass surface. She won't be using bleach anymore but I don't think it would be a problem if she did. 5
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Excellent Product - Kohler K-8801-CP Duostrainer This sink strainer assembly is very well made of heavy gauge brass. Fit and finish are excellent. I have experienced no problems with the strainer "O" ring as mentioned in some of the reviews I read. The thing that I am most impressed with is Kohler's new three screw mounting system. I was able to install each strainer assembly in five minutes, with perfect results. Compared to the "old" mounting system that consisted of a large mounting ring that had to be tightened with a wrench or special tool, this only requires a large head phillips screwdriver to lock the assembly in place. Follow the supplied instructions and the installation is a breeze. A very high quality product that is worth the added expense, as compared to the light weight strainer assemblies found at the big box stores. In this case, you get what you pay for. 5Probably the best sink strainer on the market, but get extra O rings... Kohler K-8801-CP Duostrainer Sink Strainer, Polished ChromeThis is probably the highest quality kitchen sink strainer on the market, but it s also the most expensive. The lowest-priced chrome model is the best value if that finish is OK for your application. I used it on a stainless steel utility sink with a chrome faucet and it looks great.Pros:- Compared to most other sink strainers, this one is downright elegant.- The body is thick solid brass, chrome plated, and high quality.- The large rubber and steel mounting washers are thick and good quality.- The tightening ring and three number 3 Phillips-head screws are stainless steel. This is the best mounting system for a strainer since the body is easily aligned (with the Kohler insignia) in the sink bottom, plus it s easy to get the assembly tight without special tools; it s also the most expensive to manufacture.- The tail pipe is chrome-plated brass; and a decent gauge.- The strainer is either stainless steel or brass. It has two positions open and closed.Cons:- The weak link in this product is the O-ring used in the stopper. It should come with several spare O rings, given that they will eventually wear out or stretch. You might want to keep extra O-rings on hand. Also, the stopper must be positioned dead center and level when it s dropped down into position for it to actually stop water; miss by a tad and water passes through.Other:-If you call Kohler [800-456-4537] they might send two or three DuoStrainer O rings at no cost. Or, go to kohler dot com, click on parts, and search for part number 48694. They are currently $1.20 each with eight bucks shipping for the order, so order several. There are lots of sellers for this part; one reviewer said he found them at an ACE hardware store.- The KOHLER K-8799-CP Duostrainer is the same as this one, but doesn t include a tail pipe.- Made in China.Summary:The duo strainer is an excellent quality sink strainer and looks great! 5This is a Quality Strainer Other reviewers have it right with their 5 star ratings. I bought these to add to a new sink replacement. I will say that I bought the polished chrome to fit in a stainless sink mostly due to the discounted price I got it for (Stainless was almost twice the cost). It looks OK; I mean who really looks in a sink to see if you have matching strainers?The 3 screw mounting system is excellent. I had an older stainless steel sink and had replace the strainers with cheapo ace hardware ones. They usually leaked after a few months because it was hard to get the mounting ring tight enough without tearing the rubber ring. On the Kohler strainer, you spin the 3 screw mounting ring within 1/4" of a heavy steel washer that butts up to the rubber ring. Then you simply tighten the screws to squish out the plumbers putty ! Piece of cake.A couple other things: I wanted to use the heavy duty tail pipes but had to cut one to fit my installation. I couldn't get a hacksaw through it without distorting the pipe in my vice so had to cut it with my 4 1/2" grinder with metal cutting wheel. It's that thick. The strainer comes with flat rubber O rings to mount the pipe to the strainer. After reading a couple of reviews about these failing in a few months, I used white plastic pipe wedge gaskets. No leaks and they should last indefinitely. 5Heavy. Easy to install. Tailpiece is great Installed this when changing out some pvc drainpipe under a cast iron kitchen sink. It was my first strainer installation, after three months, so far so good.The old strainer was cheap and nut that held the pvc tailpiece to it had cracked. A little rust on the underside of the sink hole where the old one had leaked a bit. Used some Bam cleaner to clean the rust off and all the rest of the yucky stuff on the sink side. Rinsed everything, let it air dry then wiped it down with rubbing alcohol which don't know if it was needed, but cleans away all cleaner residue. Used a roll of plumbers putty under the rim on the sink side, and a thin bead of GE clear silicone caulk between the rubber washer and the undersink side. The caulk may be overkill, but I wanted something extra there, this was the area that was rusted.Strainer easy to tighten with the screws, no wrench needed. It looks great, even from view under the sink.One minor thing about the strainer. It does stop up the sink, but can be a little tricky to get to a complete stoppage. It can take two or three tries. After about thirty times of closing off the drain, the stopper disk part will come unscrewed from the middle post that screws into it. Easy to screw back on, not a major thing.Nice to know about the replacement part for thin rubber o-ring that goes on the disk, as I knew that would wear out someday. 5Solid and pretty Got this as a warehouse deal so it was a deal. Install went well, unfortunately tailpiece was too short for my specific installation. Much nicer than my old strainer, water actually flows now when i want it to. Cant speak to longevity of the oring yet. It uses screws to seal the drain instead of a large nut like the old style so you dont need a special gigantic wrench (i needed it take my my old one out however). Hand tighten the ring and load the seal down with 3 phillips screws. 4Life Changing. Love this drain! So fancy. So functional. Seems SO well made. Appears that it will last a long time. I have the "brilliant stainless" Kohler faucet and bought the chrome drain because it was half the price of the stainless one....you could never tell. Everything matches nicely. It's nice and hefty. The strainer works great- the plunge feature to hold water works great.Tip- don't use that plumbers putty crap when installing. Silicone all the way! We bought these to replace crappy plastic/leaking drains and so far I had no idea new kitchen sink drains could make me so happy. I mean so happy that I took photos and put them on instagram. 5Plunger in middle is too heavy This product is heavy duty and well made, however, because it is so heavy, the little plunger in the middle does not sit up properly and has to keep being adjusted to allow the water to go down. Very annoying when you have a sink full of dishes and have to dig down to adjust. 2High quality We remodeled part of our kitchen and added a second sink and needed a drain with strainer. The brushed chrome matched perfectly with our faucet and other fixtures in the kitchen and the overall quality of this is very high. You will need a bit of plumbers putty when installing that will go between the drain top and the bottom of the sink, but otherwise everything is included to connect to your p-trap. The tail piece is a good heavy gauge (17) stainless steel, which isn't the cheap thin tail pieces you find at the big box stores, and is the main reason I purchased this at the more than triple cost of other drains.We don't use this sink often, but we wanted one with a strainer as there is no intention to install a garbage disposal on this sink, and so far the strainer has worked well to keep food out of the drain, and keep water filled in the sink. As other reviewers have pointed out to keep an eye on the washer, I will as well, but if mine fails, it will probably be from a lack of use and drying out.There is a small etched "Kohler" on the bezel as you can faintly see in the photos. Make sure the placement of this is towards the top of the sink for a finished look.The mounting to the sink is first with a screw on ring and then second with a pressure plate that uses three screws to apply pressure and seal the drain to the sink with the rubber washer along the bottom. From the beginning, zero leaks and it creates a tight seal. 5Beautiful, Well Made, Practical I just installed two of these Kohler sink strainers (in polished chrome) last week and I really couldn't be more pleased with them! Perhaps it's a bit weird to be so pleased with a lowly sink strainer, but, well, I am, and partly because I've always been DISpleased with sink strainers for as far back as I can remember noticing them. Strainers are typically made mostly of light gauge metal (except for the part of the body with the threads) and just don't work well.There are several standard approaches to strainer design. One is to have a doubled over spring-metal tongue on the bottom of the strainer basket that is pushed down into a slot in the bottom of the strainer body drain hole, this holds a rubber-ringed disc below the main basket against the sides of the body, thus sealing the sink to hold water. There are two main problems with this design: when not pushed down, a gap is present between the basket rim and the strainer body, which allows food to flow down into the drain, bypassing the basket; and, the rubber gasket gets all gunked up with food and is a pain to clean and is integral with the basket and thus can't be replaced separately.Another design is to have a metal disc down below the strainer basket, with a threaded extension. To seal, you just twist a turn-knob on the strainer and this pulls the metal disc down against a sealing surface on the strainer body. Previous to experiencing this Kohler unit, this was my favorite design as the metal disc can be cleaned and the seal was pretty good if you turned it down nice and hard. The draw back is that both the male and female threads get all gunked up with food and all the units I have found based on this design were moderate quality at best.And yet another design--the one used here--is to have a four-way cross piece at the center of the basket. In one orientation, a sealing ring is held up above the sealing surface on the body. Rotate it 90 degrees to the other orientation and that ring is allowed to drop down onto the sealing surface. The problem I have experienced in the past with this design is that the ring would get accidentally knocked down far too often during the process of washing dishes. Otherwise, it seemed like a decent design, I thought.Well, Kohler has proven this beyond a doubt in my opinion. Even after several hours of washing / rinsing dishes and the like, I have not had one case of the sealing ring dropping down unwanted. It STAYS in the locked up position pretty well, probably because it is so substantial. And when you drop it down, that extra mass helps it seal perfectly to the strainer body. It makes a really great seal from everything I have seen so far. Water can stay in the sink for hours if you want, with no leakage. I don't normally do this, so it's not a big deal either way for me, but for others it will be a welcome change from cheap, poorly designed sink strainers.In addition, the sealing is done by an o-ring. To my mind, this is GREAT! Because o-rings are cheap and easy to obtain and easy to change. Even if an o-ring only lasted a year or two before it started to lose performance, it's no big deal. Just replace it! One reviewer here noted the exact size. I will verify this and update this review. But I believe you can buy them in a two-pack at one of the big box stores that sells Kohler. I will verify this as well. Either way, my point stands. Easy and cheap to change. But that's not all! The other advantage in my opinion is that there is a minimal amount of rubber to get all gunked up, so it's easy to clean the sealing ring and to keep it clean.The strainer body itself is a thing of beauty and excellence in design. It's a heavy-weight, well machined piece of metal (brass in my case) and the three-screw tightening ring assembly makes installation of this unit a joy. Normally you need a strainer wrench (to turn this really large locking ring) and a basin wrench (to hold the strainer body), both of which are specialty tools. Cheap, but a pain, and pretty limited to just this one function. With the Kohler, these tools are not needed.Except that you have to remember that REMOVING the OLD strainer body is probably going to be a nightmare. Just assume it will be very difficult, because it probably will be. Something like this that has been in place for 20 or 30 years is just not fun to remove, and you will need some way to hold the strainer body while you turn off the locking ring. It may even take two people. Or a hacksaw if you're really unlucky.And please follow the instructions and put plumbers putty at the top sealing surface (between sink and strainer body) and use the rubber gasket at the bottom one (between bottom of the sink and the washer). One review I read somewhere the person complained about an 1/8th inch of water remaining in the sink because the gasket raised the strainer up that much. Ah . . . yeah, that's because that gasket should have been BELOW!But, once it's installed, all that pain and frustration will have been so worth it. Or at least it was for me. Every time I look at these Kohler Sink Strainers, I get a small dose of satisfaction and joy--the joy of something which works well and looks great and exudes quality. Very nice indeed. 5Vibrant Stainless Version is Excellent! I purchased the vibrant stainless model. Unbelievably heavy duty! It all appears to be solid stainless including the strainer/stopper. The only components not stainless are the rubber gasket, galvanized pressure plate which presses up against the gasket and the brass nut that secures the pipe to the drain. In my case I didn't need the stainless extension pipe - I just used the plastic nut and gasket from my previous installation. The strainer/stopper works perfectly. The drain was super easy to install with the 3 heavy stainless screws. Absolutely beautiful install compared to anything else I have ever seen. Not sure about the other finishes of this same item being coated or plated and issues with that but this version is the real deal. My wife used to pour bleach into our white ceramic sink to remove the marks left from pans, etc. It completely removed the chrome over time from the previous drain to reveal an ugly oxidized brass surface. She won't be using bleach anymore but I don't think it would be a problem if she did. 5
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