• Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
  • Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
  • Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
  • Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
  • Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
  • Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
  • Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin
Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin

Kone Garbage G231 3 1/2 Inch Kitchen Sink Drain Removable Deep Waste Basket/Strainer Assembly/Sealin

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  • material 304 stainless steel construction
  • Practical design and exquisite workmanship rust, durability and reliability
  • Fits 3 1/2 drain opening suitable for most American families kitchen sink
  • Removable separate deep basket prevents debris from clogging drain pipe
  • Warranty: 2 years (from order date), if you are not satisfied with KONE composite drain assembly for a full refund

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Works as expected Works great. I had a garbage disposal at my old house which was built in the 50 s and would clog. At my current house which was also built in the same decade I wanted to find something that would prevent my kids from accidentally dropping food down the drain pipe. Works like a charm and makes dinner clean up a breeze. Now instead of digging out food with my finger I just dump the basket in the trash. That simple. 5Excellent strainer, great alternative to garbage disposal We wanted to get rid of our garbage disposal as it was nasty, smelly, and created bad habits (you really shouldnt through food down the drain at all). We have those strainers that sit in your regular drain but they block the water from draining so it's not ideal. We bought this to solve that, we can drain water and still catch food particles from going down the drain. And it works flawlessly.Super easy to install. If you're installing this on a regular drain then installation should be simple and no additional parts are needed. You might have to move one of the downpipes as this is deeper than a regular drain/strainer. If you're installing this where you used to have a garbage disposal then you'll be doing a little bit of work, but it's not hard! You just need to plan out what PVC pipes you need and make sure everything is nice and tight. It's easy to look at diagrams or another of your sink drains to understand how to install a p-trap, downpipe, etc...Only negative thing is that I did use plumbers putty instead of the included gasket. The rubber gasket on my sink was giving me a tiny leak (1-2 drops an hour) so I just took it off and put down the tried and true putty. Your sink may vary but putty is always a simple and hassle-free solution. 5Is it possible to love a Sink Strainer. How would we raise the kids. I can't believe I would have such strong feelings about a sink strainer. Nonetheless, I do. These things are great! The basket catches all the chunks that would normally wash down the drain. I have a septic tank so I like to keep as much stuff out of it that I can. The basket is very easy to remove, to dump, and to clean. And the stopper! So simple yet so very, very effective. Just drop it on top of the drain and it seals beautifully. No pushing a rubber stopper in the drain, twisting and turning just to get it to fit. I bought two of these for a dual compartment sink. One (i don't know why not both) of the strainers came with a small piece of metal shaped like a hook with peel and stick adhesive on the back. It looks like a coat hook for Barbie. I'm not sure what it's for. 5Great strainer basket. White gasket goes above sink, black below. Everything looks and works great with this. Feels solid and of good quality. The white polyethylene gasket is meant to go on the top side of the sink. This gasket is used in place of plumbers putty. The black rubber gasket goes under the sink between the locknut and the bottom of the sink. When tightening the lock nut make sure the strainer assembly stays centered and doesn't rotate. It helps to push down on it from above while tightening from below to compress the polyethylene gasket preventing the assembly from spinning and getting a tight seal. Once it's fully hand tight snug it with a sink drain wrench or I found my oil filter wrench lined up nicely with the notches. If done properly it won't leak, the gasket won't stick out and there won't be a raised lip of the strainer. I reused the nut that attaches to the bottom from the old sink basket but needed to purchase a tailpiece washer as the existing one never had one and without it water seeped on this one. 5Worth reviewing, worth the purchase. I figured I would write a review since there aren't so many, just installed it today right our of the box after arrival. For starters the unit itself is pretty well made for the price. I like the fact it has a deep strainer because in our house we always have rice and other small food items in the sink when we do the dishes. (Since we don't own a dishwasher) The strainer basket itself isn't of the highest quality thickness and the hooks for the handles may be a problem down the line, but it will be up to you how rough you are with it whether it will last or not. (very neat bucket design to hold a lot more food garbage) The cap is great with a built in gasket to hold the water in the sink for washing dishes all in one sink of water. That in itself is good idea for reserving water so you can have an excuse to enjoy your hot showers just a bit longer. Mine came with the white gasket above the black one so I had to reverse that as pictured on Amazon. Screwed it on, no leaks I put the water on full blast hot and cold which comes out with a lot of pressure in my sink, no drips or gasket failure but we will see. One thing worth noting maybe is that the holes in the strainer are a bit small which is great to keep food from building up in the drain, but does drain water a little slower. I ordered plumbers putty too with this as I was in a race against time for one day shipping option to have our sink fixed as soon as possible. (Which was rusted out so bad and pvc was looking dated. Ended up not needing the putty but will keep it in case gasket failure somewhere down the road. Also bought with snappy trap drain kit which hooked up no problems. (A little crooked but still works) Great strainer for the price and nice looking, well worth the price. 5Good product I am not a plumber. I am also not a millionaire, so when my wife says, "The drain in the kitchen is still broke; I need a new kitchen." I put my beer down, got up off the couch, and reached for my plumbing emergency book. After a careful inspection, turns out she was half right, so I determined to fix that part and ignore the other. i didn't know you could even replace those drains. I also didn't imagine that there are about 5000 options for replacement drains to choose from. Do as I did and look no further. I thought these looked like a good idea, a good upgrade, and way better than a new kitchen. I was able to install them myself, and they don't leak. The existing sink is stainless steel. I didn't add any putty, silicone, or anything to what was in the package. I did have to mess around and shorten the existing drain pipe, but other than robbing me of more couch time, it was still pretty easy. The strainer basket is easy and convenient, and the plug cap has a nice tight fit if you need to fill the sink. Good design idea, and seem like good quality. I am glad I didn't keep looking through the other 5000 options. They get my recommendation. 5Just what I was looking for in a sink strainer I just installed a pair of these today. I was looking for a strainer that would limit the chance of clogs in the pipes, as this sink does not have a garbage disposal installed.I was concerned about the dimensions - the standard sink has a 3 1/2 inch hole and a 4 1/2 inch depression into which the rim of the strainer fits. One of the pictures that is part of the product description shows the width as 5.24 inches, which would have been too large. If this is a concern to you, worry not - the width of the strainer at its widest point is 4 1/2 inches.As other reviews state, there are no instructions included with the strainer. I installed mine without plumber's putty. I followed the picture in the product description - both gaskets on the top of the sink; the black gasket on top, the white gasket on the bottom and closest to the sink. I tightened it by hand and it does not leak.This strainer does not come with a nut to use when attaching a tailpiece, and the threads are made of plastic, not metal, but the plastic is sturdy and inspires confidence. a standard 1 1/2 inch slip nut (the kind that comes with a P-trap kit) threads on perfectly. I tightened it by hand, and it also does not leak.Start to finish, I had a pair of these installed in about 10 minutes once I figured out where to put the gaskets. Time will tell how well they wear, but they appear well made and I really like the design. 5Perfect alternative to a garbage disposal! These are perfect! We didn't really want to get a garbage disposal, but we didn't want the kids to send anymore food down the drain either. We were tired of the cheap strainers from the dollar stores too that always break. These are absolutely perfect! Less than half the price of the drains at the big box stores, and way better because of how deep they are. I also like how the drain plug isn't something that will hurt my dog or get his feet stuck like the old drain covers. I added photos of the inside of the drains because the item pics didn't show it when I looked for that, and someone else might want to see that aspect. 5Overall good value, but needs better gasket and product description - not all stainless steel construction.... Overall, it does the job with a 10 minute installation (with most of my time spent removing the broken pieces of my last plastic sink drain).Pros: easy installation and good value. Basket is deep and easily removed when full. The lid gasket makes a good seal and plugs the sink nicely - just don't fill the sink with really hot water and then try to figure how to empty it without inserting you hands into the water - it seals well enough that grill tongs just aren't strong enough to pull the stopper out. I found leaving to go have a beer and come back when the water cools off works best for many reasons.Cons: Existing gasket between top flange and drain nut is relatively thin for thinner sinks - meaning if you have a cast iron, porcelain, or other "heavy walled" sink, this will work just fine. If you have a thinner walled stainless steel sink, the gasket is not thick enough to ensure a tight seal and you will need to either purchase additional rubber gaskets and/or plumbing putty to ensure the seal is tight. Mine required both additional gaskets and putty. The maximum distance between the top flange and the drain nut is just too wide for the thinner walled stainless steel sink. (so 1 star deduction) And if I tightened the nut any further, it would have broken the plastic housing. Yes, although it says "environmentally friendly material 304 Stainless Steel Construction", but it is manufactured with a gray plastic housing with stainless steel inserts. And since my last plastic drain broke when my daughter poured boiling hot water down the drain (why, I don't know why), I was disappointed to see the stainless steel sink strainer full of plastic. If you look at product photos, you'll see the gray plastic which are not seen once installed, but are still located at vital connection points to your plumbing. So 1 star deduction there, but then again it doesn't have the higher cost of brass housings with their higher durability. 3Looks to be of good quality. Much more plastic than my previous one ... Looks to be of good quality. Much more plastic than my previous one but I don't think it really matters. That will make it easier to remove later. I had to shorten the plastic pipe about 2" below it, and the old one was corroded so I used my sonic crafter to cut it off. Then the plumbing underneath didn't align so I had to remove all of it and reconnect it. Five minute install, hour of plumbing issues. Looks good and fit together well. I installed it with the foam on top of the sink in place of putty/silicone, rubber below. That's how my previous one appeared to be.Will update if anything changes. 4
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Works as expected Works great. I had a garbage disposal at my old house which was built in the 50 s and would clog. At my current house which was also built in the same decade I wanted to find something that would prevent my kids from accidentally dropping food down the drain pipe. Works like a charm and makes dinner clean up a breeze. Now instead of digging out food with my finger I just dump the basket in the trash. That simple. 5Excellent strainer, great alternative to garbage disposal We wanted to get rid of our garbage disposal as it was nasty, smelly, and created bad habits (you really shouldnt through food down the drain at all). We have those strainers that sit in your regular drain but they block the water from draining so it's not ideal. We bought this to solve that, we can drain water and still catch food particles from going down the drain. And it works flawlessly.Super easy to install. If you're installing this on a regular drain then installation should be simple and no additional parts are needed. You might have to move one of the downpipes as this is deeper than a regular drain/strainer. If you're installing this where you used to have a garbage disposal then you'll be doing a little bit of work, but it's not hard! You just need to plan out what PVC pipes you need and make sure everything is nice and tight. It's easy to look at diagrams or another of your sink drains to understand how to install a p-trap, downpipe, etc...Only negative thing is that I did use plumbers putty instead of the included gasket. The rubber gasket on my sink was giving me a tiny leak (1-2 drops an hour) so I just took it off and put down the tried and true putty. Your sink may vary but putty is always a simple and hassle-free solution. 5Is it possible to love a Sink Strainer. How would we raise the kids. I can't believe I would have such strong feelings about a sink strainer. Nonetheless, I do. These things are great! The basket catches all the chunks that would normally wash down the drain. I have a septic tank so I like to keep as much stuff out of it that I can. The basket is very easy to remove, to dump, and to clean. And the stopper! So simple yet so very, very effective. Just drop it on top of the drain and it seals beautifully. No pushing a rubber stopper in the drain, twisting and turning just to get it to fit. I bought two of these for a dual compartment sink. One (i don't know why not both) of the strainers came with a small piece of metal shaped like a hook with peel and stick adhesive on the back. It looks like a coat hook for Barbie. I'm not sure what it's for. 5Great strainer basket. White gasket goes above sink, black below. Everything looks and works great with this. Feels solid and of good quality. The white polyethylene gasket is meant to go on the top side of the sink. This gasket is used in place of plumbers putty. The black rubber gasket goes under the sink between the locknut and the bottom of the sink. When tightening the lock nut make sure the strainer assembly stays centered and doesn't rotate. It helps to push down on it from above while tightening from below to compress the polyethylene gasket preventing the assembly from spinning and getting a tight seal. Once it's fully hand tight snug it with a sink drain wrench or I found my oil filter wrench lined up nicely with the notches. If done properly it won't leak, the gasket won't stick out and there won't be a raised lip of the strainer. I reused the nut that attaches to the bottom from the old sink basket but needed to purchase a tailpiece washer as the existing one never had one and without it water seeped on this one. 5Worth reviewing, worth the purchase. I figured I would write a review since there aren't so many, just installed it today right our of the box after arrival. For starters the unit itself is pretty well made for the price. I like the fact it has a deep strainer because in our house we always have rice and other small food items in the sink when we do the dishes. (Since we don't own a dishwasher) The strainer basket itself isn't of the highest quality thickness and the hooks for the handles may be a problem down the line, but it will be up to you how rough you are with it whether it will last or not. (very neat bucket design to hold a lot more food garbage) The cap is great with a built in gasket to hold the water in the sink for washing dishes all in one sink of water. That in itself is good idea for reserving water so you can have an excuse to enjoy your hot showers just a bit longer. Mine came with the white gasket above the black one so I had to reverse that as pictured on Amazon. Screwed it on, no leaks I put the water on full blast hot and cold which comes out with a lot of pressure in my sink, no drips or gasket failure but we will see. One thing worth noting maybe is that the holes in the strainer are a bit small which is great to keep food from building up in the drain, but does drain water a little slower. I ordered plumbers putty too with this as I was in a race against time for one day shipping option to have our sink fixed as soon as possible. (Which was rusted out so bad and pvc was looking dated. Ended up not needing the putty but will keep it in case gasket failure somewhere down the road. Also bought with snappy trap drain kit which hooked up no problems. (A little crooked but still works) Great strainer for the price and nice looking, well worth the price. 5Good product I am not a plumber. I am also not a millionaire, so when my wife says, "The drain in the kitchen is still broke; I need a new kitchen." I put my beer down, got up off the couch, and reached for my plumbing emergency book. After a careful inspection, turns out she was half right, so I determined to fix that part and ignore the other. i didn't know you could even replace those drains. I also didn't imagine that there are about 5000 options for replacement drains to choose from. Do as I did and look no further. I thought these looked like a good idea, a good upgrade, and way better than a new kitchen. I was able to install them myself, and they don't leak. The existing sink is stainless steel. I didn't add any putty, silicone, or anything to what was in the package. I did have to mess around and shorten the existing drain pipe, but other than robbing me of more couch time, it was still pretty easy. The strainer basket is easy and convenient, and the plug cap has a nice tight fit if you need to fill the sink. Good design idea, and seem like good quality. I am glad I didn't keep looking through the other 5000 options. They get my recommendation. 5Just what I was looking for in a sink strainer I just installed a pair of these today. I was looking for a strainer that would limit the chance of clogs in the pipes, as this sink does not have a garbage disposal installed.I was concerned about the dimensions - the standard sink has a 3 1/2 inch hole and a 4 1/2 inch depression into which the rim of the strainer fits. One of the pictures that is part of the product description shows the width as 5.24 inches, which would have been too large. If this is a concern to you, worry not - the width of the strainer at its widest point is 4 1/2 inches.As other reviews state, there are no instructions included with the strainer. I installed mine without plumber's putty. I followed the picture in the product description - both gaskets on the top of the sink; the black gasket on top, the white gasket on the bottom and closest to the sink. I tightened it by hand and it does not leak.This strainer does not come with a nut to use when attaching a tailpiece, and the threads are made of plastic, not metal, but the plastic is sturdy and inspires confidence. a standard 1 1/2 inch slip nut (the kind that comes with a P-trap kit) threads on perfectly. I tightened it by hand, and it also does not leak.Start to finish, I had a pair of these installed in about 10 minutes once I figured out where to put the gaskets. Time will tell how well they wear, but they appear well made and I really like the design. 5Perfect alternative to a garbage disposal! These are perfect! We didn't really want to get a garbage disposal, but we didn't want the kids to send anymore food down the drain either. We were tired of the cheap strainers from the dollar stores too that always break. These are absolutely perfect! Less than half the price of the drains at the big box stores, and way better because of how deep they are. I also like how the drain plug isn't something that will hurt my dog or get his feet stuck like the old drain covers. I added photos of the inside of the drains because the item pics didn't show it when I looked for that, and someone else might want to see that aspect. 5Overall good value, but needs better gasket and product description - not all stainless steel construction.... Overall, it does the job with a 10 minute installation (with most of my time spent removing the broken pieces of my last plastic sink drain).Pros: easy installation and good value. Basket is deep and easily removed when full. The lid gasket makes a good seal and plugs the sink nicely - just don't fill the sink with really hot water and then try to figure how to empty it without inserting you hands into the water - it seals well enough that grill tongs just aren't strong enough to pull the stopper out. I found leaving to go have a beer and come back when the water cools off works best for many reasons.Cons: Existing gasket between top flange and drain nut is relatively thin for thinner sinks - meaning if you have a cast iron, porcelain, or other "heavy walled" sink, this will work just fine. If you have a thinner walled stainless steel sink, the gasket is not thick enough to ensure a tight seal and you will need to either purchase additional rubber gaskets and/or plumbing putty to ensure the seal is tight. Mine required both additional gaskets and putty. The maximum distance between the top flange and the drain nut is just too wide for the thinner walled stainless steel sink. (so 1 star deduction) And if I tightened the nut any further, it would have broken the plastic housing. Yes, although it says "environmentally friendly material 304 Stainless Steel Construction", but it is manufactured with a gray plastic housing with stainless steel inserts. And since my last plastic drain broke when my daughter poured boiling hot water down the drain (why, I don't know why), I was disappointed to see the stainless steel sink strainer full of plastic. If you look at product photos, you'll see the gray plastic which are not seen once installed, but are still located at vital connection points to your plumbing. So 1 star deduction there, but then again it doesn't have the higher cost of brass housings with their higher durability. 3Looks to be of good quality. Much more plastic than my previous one ... Looks to be of good quality. Much more plastic than my previous one but I don't think it really matters. That will make it easier to remove later. I had to shorten the plastic pipe about 2" below it, and the old one was corroded so I used my sonic crafter to cut it off. Then the plumbing underneath didn't align so I had to remove all of it and reconnect it. Five minute install, hour of plumbing issues. Looks good and fit together well. I installed it with the foam on top of the sink in place of putty/silicone, rubber below. That's how my previous one appeared to be.Will update if anything changes. 4
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