• Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
  • Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
  • Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
  • Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF
Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF

Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer, Chrome P299578LF

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  • LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY: You can install with confidence, knowing Peerless kitchen faucets are backed by the Peerless Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • EASY INSTALLATION: Designed to fit 4-hole, 8-inch configurations
  • 360 DEGREE SWIVEL: The high arc design swivels 360 degrees for easy, versitile use during everyday kitchen tasks
  • SPRAY AWAY MESSES. The powerful side sprayer in a coordinating finish with a retractable hose makes cleaning up kitchen messes easy
  • PURCHASE SUPPLY LINES SEPARATELY: Standard supply lines are required for installation and must be purchased separately to complete the unit

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A nice budget faucet (dimensions in review) At the time of writing this review, the dimensions where not listed, so I'll start with those.The faucet is for 4 hole sinks with 8 inch centers (the distance between the center of the hole for the hot and cold faucet is 8 inches), between these holes is the hole for the supply to the spray, then another hole for the spray will need to be located close by. The height of the spout from the countertop to the highest point is 12.5 inches. The base with handles and spout is 10.25 inches wide. The spout extends 9 inches. The sprayer stands 6 inches tall, it requires a 1 inch hole to mount.The faucet itself is metal, and not metal coated or metal looking plastic. It appears to be well made, and functions as expected.Whilst the faucet is metal, it is not a heavy or substantial feeling faucet (which is understandable given how inexpensive it is), it does not feel cheap or flimsy, but it doesn't feel 'heavy duty' either. The tall swivel spout can be rotated in either direction, and moves freely and smoothly. You can fit a mop bucket underneath for filling if the bucket will fit in your sink.Installation is simple. You place the faucet through the holes, and hold in place with the plastic lock nuts. Then screw the water supply lines on (standard 1/2"-14 NPSM). The spray hose snaps in place with a simple push fitting.This faucet will instantly dress up any kitchen. It turned gave our once drab looking mother-in-law suit kitchen a new lease of life. I would buy again. 5Five Stars Beautiful and quick to install! Definite upgrade on a budget. No complaints! 5Seems every bit as good as the broken high dollar one it replaced. All products seem to get a few bad reviews. I try to gauge the quality of the reviewer as well as the quality of the item. It amazes me how many people write bad reviews when their own lack of research and preparation creates a problem with fitment for purpose or application, or other installation problem.This Peerless P299578LF-SS seems of good quality to me. The parts that are important to be metal are in fact metal. The parts that just need to look good but don't need strength are plastic with a metallic finish. I have no complaints about their design decisions on which is which.I did not need to go to the store for any parts except a basin wrench tool (thank you to the reviewer who clued me in about that). My existing hoses which are recent and in good shape fit just fine and there were no leaks after installation. The faucet fit the sink holes and the baseplate covers everything it needs to.I was a little underwhelmed with the water throughput of the sprayer. It was OK but I liked my old one better so I cleaned up and re-used my old sprayer head.I was also a little underwhelmed by the water throughput of the main faucet. But (also thanks to another reviewer), I easily opened up the aerator and removed the restrictor plate, and now I get full water flow. On a side note, with the restrictor plate in, the faucet dribbled for a few seconds after turning it off. I thought this was simply due to the curved neck, but this has stopped after I removed the restrictor plate, so I'm happy about that now too. I can see how the restrictor would be useful for someone with low water pressure to still allow the aerator to work, or for someone who is concerned about water conservation. I have good pressure and I want a lot of water flow - my choice.This faucet seem every bit as good as the high dollar one it replaced, which had issues with the neck not sealing well. I can't comment on longevity at this time. 4Nice Faucet - Get a Basin Wrench!! I removed my old faucet and installed this one yesterday - first time doing anything like this! The most difficult part was getting the old locknuts off so I could remove the existing faucet -- oh how I wish that I'd had one of these babies: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0009W6THM/ref=pd_aw_sim_469_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=CD5WZCWY81P1Y2C5FS15 but I was finally able to knock them loose with a mallet and screwdriver. I also installed new water lines (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001D1FVJA/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1475494499&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=fluidmaster+water+supply&dpPl=1&dpID=31PV0fLC3GL&ref=plSrch). The pics are posted - I use a Pur water filter on the faucet so don't get confused when you see it installed. A basin wrench seriously would have saved me several hours and lots of aggravation so do as I say not as I did: get one and then this faucet install will be a snap! And it looks terrific! :) 5Finding a good faucet is a huge job Trying to find a good faucet that has a good Bang for your buck isn't easy today. This is the best one that we found at the time of purchase, and has been holding up pretty well since we installed it on the day of receipt. The faucet spout could be a little tighter, but other than that it is a good solid faucet.... The pewter matte finish fits perfectly with the stainless steel sink.... We will update this review if any issues arise.... 4Much better than we expected! After several efforts to stop our old faucet from leaking underneath the counter (yes, this was a MESS for weeks), my husband finally decided trying to fix our faucet was no longer worth the frustrating repair efforts. Our kitchen is terribly outdated and in much need of a complete remodel, so we wanted a replacement faucet that looked nice, served our needs, a little bit of an upgrade to what we currently have (without looking ridiculous in our kitchen), and was a reasonable price point (after all, it's likely we'll end up replacing it once we renovate). After a little searching, we settled on the Peerless Stainless Steel Two Handle faucet with sprayer.We love it.The package arrived a few days after we ordered it. The entire system is metal -- I've read reviews of other Peerless faucets being plastic, but that is not the case with this one. The stainless steel look is very simple and sleek, which is a nice change from the chrome monstrosity of a faucet we used to have in our kitchen. It took less time for my husband to remove the old faucet and install this new one (less than an hour) then it took him to try to repair the old faucet.The package did come with a hose to attach the sprayer -- this was a nice surprise that saved us the additional expense of buying a separate hose.The package also came with instructions on how to remove the old faucet. My husband referenced these instructions, but he didn't use the loosening agent that was recommended (apparently the stuff needs to sit for 24 hours before attempting to remove the old faucet). He just opted to remove the old faucet without the recommended loosening agent and was able to do so right away. I suppose each user can determine how to apply the instructions to remove the old faucet since each faucet is slightly different and the removal process will vary for each household.The faucet itself is high, much higher than I expected, giving us a lot of room to wash taller pots and larger items. I like this. After the first few uses I was surprised to find the water runs out of the faucet for a few seconds after the water flow is turned off, but I think that's because the water has farther to travel and is still working it's way out of the neck of the faucet. Our last faucet didn't have much of a "neck" (it mostly jutted out just slightly above the counter) so I became accustomed to the water flow stopping right away when I turned the water off. The extra few seconds of water flow isn't a big deal and I've adjusted to this quickly, but it was something I think is worth noting.There are not red/blue color indicators on the handles to denote which handle should be hot or cold. I think this allows for flexibility in installation -- instead of being limited to installing the sink where the handles are pulled toward the user to turn on the water flow, users can install the sink in reverse and push the handles away from the user if they prefer that method to release the flow of water. Personally, I like pulling the handle towards me to turn on the water, but I can see the benefit of the versatility for other users if they prefer to push the handles away in order to turn on the water.The faucet does rotate 360 degrees (making the installation scenario I mention in the previous paragraph possible). The faucet does swivel from side-to-side a little more freely than I'm comfortable with, but when the water is running I notice the pressure does provide a little more resistance that slows the swivel factor down a bit. Still a little too loose for comfort, but the faucet was such a good price that I think this is a minor complaint.The installation does require four holes in the sink in order the be installed.Overall, this is a really nice option if you're looking for an inexpensive and visually appealing replacement. If I had the option of purchasing a higher-end product I would likely spend more money to get something nicer, but I think this will serve us well in the interim until we're ready to move forward with our kitchen remodel. 4Great All-Metal Faucet Set Thanks to an earlier comment, I saw that this was one of the few faucets out there in this price range that was all metal. I installed it pretty quickly - the hard part was getting the old one out (probably 30+ years old), but this one went in easily with stainless flexible feed tubes (not included). It has performed well, no leaks, looks nice, sprayer works well. We really appreciate the height; the old one was very low and impossible to wash large pots. The only downside is that it highlights the fact that we need a new sink. And countertops. And cabinets. Heck, this faucet may end up costing me $20,000.*****************UPDATE 10/11/2017*****************I have now had this faucet for almost 4 years now and I have to say that it looks and performs like I just installed it. This is one of the best faucet buys that I have ever done. The all-metal design is great, and it's easy to clean hard water deposits where they may accumulate. I would not hesitate to buy this again, it's a winner.Oh, and just for disclosure's sake - NO ONE has paid me or given me free stuff or any compensation of any sort to give this unit a good review. I just appreciate good stuff, and I absolutely HATE paid-for reviews. That's really cheap and dishonest, IMHO. 5While I like the appearance of the faucet and it is a ... While I like the appearance of the faucet and it is a nice option for the price, I was not able to install the item on my sink. Despite the instructions stating that the counter top must be no more than 2" thick, this faucet did not fit on my 1.5" thick wood counter top. After I screwed the nuts onto the water supply shafts, there wasn't any room for me to connect my water supply lines. After going to 3 hardware stores looking for a way to extend the shafts (and being told there was none), I bought another faucet that worked for my counter tops. I would have loved to use this faucet but it looks like it's only useful for 1" or thinner counters, not 2" as stated in the instructions. 1Pinhole leak in the faucet's gooseneck after being installed less than 1 year 7 months ago . . . I purchased this Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer (Stainless Steel P299578LF-SS) from Amazon.com on November 13 of 2017, which is 574 days (or 1 year, 6 months and 28 days) ago now. It was delivered on November 15 of 2017. I installed it the very next day, meaning that it has been in service for only 571 days (or 1 year, 6 months and 25 days), which is not very long in comparison to how long other kitchen faucets have lasted me in my homes. Yet, this faucet has developed a pinhole leak in its gooseneck. Since I cannot see very well close up any more, I did not notice the pinhole leak in the gooseneck until earlier today. More than likely, the pinhole leak developed some time ago, perhaps even several weeks or months ago now. This type of degradation should not happen to a relatively new, recently installed faucet, if it was truly a well-made, quality product, as Peerless implies it to be. Peerless has a Limited Lifetime Warranty on its faucets, which states, "All parts and finishes of the Peerless faucet are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material & workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home." So, I will call them tomorrow about the pinhole leak, and see whether or not they stand behind the wording of their so-called Limited Lifetime Warranty. As you can see in the photographs, I take very good care of the faucet. Always drying it off and polishing it with a soft cotton dish cloth after every use, and, when necessary, washing it off with a mild solution of liquid dish soap and water. I will post a follow-up review after I contact Peerless about the pinhole leak defect, and let you know the outcome.Update:On Monday, 06/10/2019, I called Peerless Faucet (now apparently Delta Faucet) at 800-438-6673 (Delta Faucet Customer Service: 800-345-3358). I explained to them that my stainless steel Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer (P299578LF-SS), which I purchased on 11/13/2017 off of Amazon.com, was delivered on 11/15/2017 and probably installed on 11/16/2017, developed a tiny, barely visible pinhole leak in the gooseneck portion of the faucet. The Delta Customer Service Representative had me take and send him some photographs of the gooseneck of the faucet showing the tiny, barely visible pinhole leak. I did as he requested. With no further ado, he obtained my name, telephone number, email address and shipping address, and then shipped me out a new Peerless P299578LF-SS faucet that very same day. I received the new Peerless P299578LF-SS faucet today, 06/13/2019, and installed it already. Peerless (Delta) sent me a new faucet because the gooseneck of the faucet is not a "spare park" which could be sent out. I applaud and thank Peerless (Delta) Faucet for honoring their "Lifetime Faucet and Finish Limited Warranty, without me having to jump through hoops of fire, such as removing and returning the defective faucet, which is usually the case with most warranties, rendering them useless and more of a sales gimmick than an actual warranty. So, good job Peerless Faucet/Delta Faucet! I highly recommend their products for this reason alone. 4Very happy with this faucet. I first want to start off by saying that I did a lot of researching and looking around before finally deciding on this specific faucet. I had originally thought that I would be purchasing one at a store in person but when I went I realized that there were basically only two models under the $100 dollar range and that they were more money than this one I ended up buying. Big box stores are really going to have to step up their game if they want their customers to keep buying their products. When I can find something exactly the same and for less money on Amazon and get it the next day there is no reason to not buy almost everything on Amazon.Now onto my thoughts on this faucet. I got the stainless steel model and I absolutely love it. The design is very sleep and practical. I love how high the faucet is which allows for easy access with deep pots or baking sheets that I used to have to wrangle to get under my old, shorter faucet handle. I do want to note that once you turn off the water it continues for a second or two to run because of the way the faucet is designed. I also really like the spray nozzle. It has a long reach and a strong spray and I can easily spray down the sink or whatever I happen to be cleaning.Installation: It was super easy! It says in the instructions that it all take a certain amount of time but I installed it in less than half that time. It probably took me less than thirty minutes to do everything.Packaging: It came very well protected and encapsulated in it's own box.The only thing that I wish was a little bit better quality is the hot and cold water nozzles. They aren't quite as solid as I would hope. Meaning they wiggle a tiny bit if you mess with them. However, it is minuscule and I don't notice it when using.I hope my review helps you make your own decision on whether or not to buy this product. 5
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A nice budget faucet (dimensions in review) At the time of writing this review, the dimensions where not listed, so I'll start with those.The faucet is for 4 hole sinks with 8 inch centers (the distance between the center of the hole for the hot and cold faucet is 8 inches), between these holes is the hole for the supply to the spray, then another hole for the spray will need to be located close by. The height of the spout from the countertop to the highest point is 12.5 inches. The base with handles and spout is 10.25 inches wide. The spout extends 9 inches. The sprayer stands 6 inches tall, it requires a 1 inch hole to mount.The faucet itself is metal, and not metal coated or metal looking plastic. It appears to be well made, and functions as expected.Whilst the faucet is metal, it is not a heavy or substantial feeling faucet (which is understandable given how inexpensive it is), it does not feel cheap or flimsy, but it doesn't feel 'heavy duty' either. The tall swivel spout can be rotated in either direction, and moves freely and smoothly. You can fit a mop bucket underneath for filling if the bucket will fit in your sink.Installation is simple. You place the faucet through the holes, and hold in place with the plastic lock nuts. Then screw the water supply lines on (standard 1/2"-14 NPSM). The spray hose snaps in place with a simple push fitting.This faucet will instantly dress up any kitchen. It turned gave our once drab looking mother-in-law suit kitchen a new lease of life. I would buy again. 5Five Stars Beautiful and quick to install! Definite upgrade on a budget. No complaints! 5Seems every bit as good as the broken high dollar one it replaced. All products seem to get a few bad reviews. I try to gauge the quality of the reviewer as well as the quality of the item. It amazes me how many people write bad reviews when their own lack of research and preparation creates a problem with fitment for purpose or application, or other installation problem.This Peerless P299578LF-SS seems of good quality to me. The parts that are important to be metal are in fact metal. The parts that just need to look good but don't need strength are plastic with a metallic finish. I have no complaints about their design decisions on which is which.I did not need to go to the store for any parts except a basin wrench tool (thank you to the reviewer who clued me in about that). My existing hoses which are recent and in good shape fit just fine and there were no leaks after installation. The faucet fit the sink holes and the baseplate covers everything it needs to.I was a little underwhelmed with the water throughput of the sprayer. It was OK but I liked my old one better so I cleaned up and re-used my old sprayer head.I was also a little underwhelmed by the water throughput of the main faucet. But (also thanks to another reviewer), I easily opened up the aerator and removed the restrictor plate, and now I get full water flow. On a side note, with the restrictor plate in, the faucet dribbled for a few seconds after turning it off. I thought this was simply due to the curved neck, but this has stopped after I removed the restrictor plate, so I'm happy about that now too. I can see how the restrictor would be useful for someone with low water pressure to still allow the aerator to work, or for someone who is concerned about water conservation. I have good pressure and I want a lot of water flow - my choice.This faucet seem every bit as good as the high dollar one it replaced, which had issues with the neck not sealing well. I can't comment on longevity at this time. 4Nice Faucet - Get a Basin Wrench!! I removed my old faucet and installed this one yesterday - first time doing anything like this! The most difficult part was getting the old locknuts off so I could remove the existing faucet -- oh how I wish that I'd had one of these babies: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0009W6THM/ref=pd_aw_sim_469_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=CD5WZCWY81P1Y2C5FS15 but I was finally able to knock them loose with a mallet and screwdriver. I also installed new water lines (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001D1FVJA/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1475494499&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=fluidmaster+water+supply&dpPl=1&dpID=31PV0fLC3GL&ref=plSrch). The pics are posted - I use a Pur water filter on the faucet so don't get confused when you see it installed. A basin wrench seriously would have saved me several hours and lots of aggravation so do as I say not as I did: get one and then this faucet install will be a snap! And it looks terrific! :) 5Finding a good faucet is a huge job Trying to find a good faucet that has a good Bang for your buck isn't easy today. This is the best one that we found at the time of purchase, and has been holding up pretty well since we installed it on the day of receipt. The faucet spout could be a little tighter, but other than that it is a good solid faucet.... The pewter matte finish fits perfectly with the stainless steel sink.... We will update this review if any issues arise.... 4Much better than we expected! After several efforts to stop our old faucet from leaking underneath the counter (yes, this was a MESS for weeks), my husband finally decided trying to fix our faucet was no longer worth the frustrating repair efforts. Our kitchen is terribly outdated and in much need of a complete remodel, so we wanted a replacement faucet that looked nice, served our needs, a little bit of an upgrade to what we currently have (without looking ridiculous in our kitchen), and was a reasonable price point (after all, it's likely we'll end up replacing it once we renovate). After a little searching, we settled on the Peerless Stainless Steel Two Handle faucet with sprayer.We love it.The package arrived a few days after we ordered it. The entire system is metal -- I've read reviews of other Peerless faucets being plastic, but that is not the case with this one. The stainless steel look is very simple and sleek, which is a nice change from the chrome monstrosity of a faucet we used to have in our kitchen. It took less time for my husband to remove the old faucet and install this new one (less than an hour) then it took him to try to repair the old faucet.The package did come with a hose to attach the sprayer -- this was a nice surprise that saved us the additional expense of buying a separate hose.The package also came with instructions on how to remove the old faucet. My husband referenced these instructions, but he didn't use the loosening agent that was recommended (apparently the stuff needs to sit for 24 hours before attempting to remove the old faucet). He just opted to remove the old faucet without the recommended loosening agent and was able to do so right away. I suppose each user can determine how to apply the instructions to remove the old faucet since each faucet is slightly different and the removal process will vary for each household.The faucet itself is high, much higher than I expected, giving us a lot of room to wash taller pots and larger items. I like this. After the first few uses I was surprised to find the water runs out of the faucet for a few seconds after the water flow is turned off, but I think that's because the water has farther to travel and is still working it's way out of the neck of the faucet. Our last faucet didn't have much of a "neck" (it mostly jutted out just slightly above the counter) so I became accustomed to the water flow stopping right away when I turned the water off. The extra few seconds of water flow isn't a big deal and I've adjusted to this quickly, but it was something I think is worth noting.There are not red/blue color indicators on the handles to denote which handle should be hot or cold. I think this allows for flexibility in installation -- instead of being limited to installing the sink where the handles are pulled toward the user to turn on the water flow, users can install the sink in reverse and push the handles away from the user if they prefer that method to release the flow of water. Personally, I like pulling the handle towards me to turn on the water, but I can see the benefit of the versatility for other users if they prefer to push the handles away in order to turn on the water.The faucet does rotate 360 degrees (making the installation scenario I mention in the previous paragraph possible). The faucet does swivel from side-to-side a little more freely than I'm comfortable with, but when the water is running I notice the pressure does provide a little more resistance that slows the swivel factor down a bit. Still a little too loose for comfort, but the faucet was such a good price that I think this is a minor complaint.The installation does require four holes in the sink in order the be installed.Overall, this is a really nice option if you're looking for an inexpensive and visually appealing replacement. If I had the option of purchasing a higher-end product I would likely spend more money to get something nicer, but I think this will serve us well in the interim until we're ready to move forward with our kitchen remodel. 4Great All-Metal Faucet Set Thanks to an earlier comment, I saw that this was one of the few faucets out there in this price range that was all metal. I installed it pretty quickly - the hard part was getting the old one out (probably 30+ years old), but this one went in easily with stainless flexible feed tubes (not included). It has performed well, no leaks, looks nice, sprayer works well. We really appreciate the height; the old one was very low and impossible to wash large pots. The only downside is that it highlights the fact that we need a new sink. And countertops. And cabinets. Heck, this faucet may end up costing me $20,000.*****************UPDATE 10/11/2017*****************I have now had this faucet for almost 4 years now and I have to say that it looks and performs like I just installed it. This is one of the best faucet buys that I have ever done. The all-metal design is great, and it's easy to clean hard water deposits where they may accumulate. I would not hesitate to buy this again, it's a winner.Oh, and just for disclosure's sake - NO ONE has paid me or given me free stuff or any compensation of any sort to give this unit a good review. I just appreciate good stuff, and I absolutely HATE paid-for reviews. That's really cheap and dishonest, IMHO. 5While I like the appearance of the faucet and it is a ... While I like the appearance of the faucet and it is a nice option for the price, I was not able to install the item on my sink. Despite the instructions stating that the counter top must be no more than 2" thick, this faucet did not fit on my 1.5" thick wood counter top. After I screwed the nuts onto the water supply shafts, there wasn't any room for me to connect my water supply lines. After going to 3 hardware stores looking for a way to extend the shafts (and being told there was none), I bought another faucet that worked for my counter tops. I would have loved to use this faucet but it looks like it's only useful for 1" or thinner counters, not 2" as stated in the instructions. 1Pinhole leak in the faucet's gooseneck after being installed less than 1 year 7 months ago . . . I purchased this Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer (Stainless Steel P299578LF-SS) from Amazon.com on November 13 of 2017, which is 574 days (or 1 year, 6 months and 28 days) ago now. It was delivered on November 15 of 2017. I installed it the very next day, meaning that it has been in service for only 571 days (or 1 year, 6 months and 25 days), which is not very long in comparison to how long other kitchen faucets have lasted me in my homes. Yet, this faucet has developed a pinhole leak in its gooseneck. Since I cannot see very well close up any more, I did not notice the pinhole leak in the gooseneck until earlier today. More than likely, the pinhole leak developed some time ago, perhaps even several weeks or months ago now. This type of degradation should not happen to a relatively new, recently installed faucet, if it was truly a well-made, quality product, as Peerless implies it to be. Peerless has a Limited Lifetime Warranty on its faucets, which states, "All parts and finishes of the Peerless faucet are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material & workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home." So, I will call them tomorrow about the pinhole leak, and see whether or not they stand behind the wording of their so-called Limited Lifetime Warranty. As you can see in the photographs, I take very good care of the faucet. Always drying it off and polishing it with a soft cotton dish cloth after every use, and, when necessary, washing it off with a mild solution of liquid dish soap and water. I will post a follow-up review after I contact Peerless about the pinhole leak defect, and let you know the outcome.Update:On Monday, 06/10/2019, I called Peerless Faucet (now apparently Delta Faucet) at 800-438-6673 (Delta Faucet Customer Service: 800-345-3358). I explained to them that my stainless steel Peerless Tunbridge 2-Handle Kitchen Sink Faucet with Side Sprayer (P299578LF-SS), which I purchased on 11/13/2017 off of Amazon.com, was delivered on 11/15/2017 and probably installed on 11/16/2017, developed a tiny, barely visible pinhole leak in the gooseneck portion of the faucet. The Delta Customer Service Representative had me take and send him some photographs of the gooseneck of the faucet showing the tiny, barely visible pinhole leak. I did as he requested. With no further ado, he obtained my name, telephone number, email address and shipping address, and then shipped me out a new Peerless P299578LF-SS faucet that very same day. I received the new Peerless P299578LF-SS faucet today, 06/13/2019, and installed it already. Peerless (Delta) sent me a new faucet because the gooseneck of the faucet is not a "spare park" which could be sent out. I applaud and thank Peerless (Delta) Faucet for honoring their "Lifetime Faucet and Finish Limited Warranty, without me having to jump through hoops of fire, such as removing and returning the defective faucet, which is usually the case with most warranties, rendering them useless and more of a sales gimmick than an actual warranty. So, good job Peerless Faucet/Delta Faucet! I highly recommend their products for this reason alone. 4Very happy with this faucet. I first want to start off by saying that I did a lot of researching and looking around before finally deciding on this specific faucet. I had originally thought that I would be purchasing one at a store in person but when I went I realized that there were basically only two models under the $100 dollar range and that they were more money than this one I ended up buying. Big box stores are really going to have to step up their game if they want their customers to keep buying their products. When I can find something exactly the same and for less money on Amazon and get it the next day there is no reason to not buy almost everything on Amazon.Now onto my thoughts on this faucet. I got the stainless steel model and I absolutely love it. The design is very sleep and practical. I love how high the faucet is which allows for easy access with deep pots or baking sheets that I used to have to wrangle to get under my old, shorter faucet handle. I do want to note that once you turn off the water it continues for a second or two to run because of the way the faucet is designed. I also really like the spray nozzle. It has a long reach and a strong spray and I can easily spray down the sink or whatever I happen to be cleaning.Installation: It was super easy! It says in the instructions that it all take a certain amount of time but I installed it in less than half that time. It probably took me less than thirty minutes to do everything.Packaging: It came very well protected and encapsulated in it's own box.The only thing that I wish was a little bit better quality is the hot and cold water nozzles. They aren't quite as solid as I would hope. Meaning they wiggle a tiny bit if you mess with them. However, it is minuscule and I don't notice it when using.I hope my review helps you make your own decision on whether or not to buy this product. 5
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