Who would ever think that a Kitchen Faucet would figure in as the "planned obsolescence" method of producing things in this day and age.After deciding to remove the Kitchen sink and faucet that were installed in 1950 when my house was built because it was an outdated look, We bought a new stainless kitchen sink and a modern curved neck, brushed nickel, faucet with a soap pump and special head that could click back & forth between steady Stream and spray.
The faucet's head was on a hose that could be pulled out in order to reach different areas of the sink. The entire sink and faucet were installed by a Licensed plumber so that it would be done correctly. 6 weeks later, we are now experiencing a problem with the faucet's head. Once you switch the Stream from steady Stream to spray, it takes about 20 repeated times of pushing the little button before it decides to return to steady Stream.
We no longer have the store's receipt nor even the box the faucet came in.All we now have is a $228.60 plus tax defective faucet we're presently resigned to using without the Spray option out of fear that it will completely fall apart if we keep trying to use it!
Review about: Faucet.
Reason of review: Damaged or defective.
Monetary Loss: $229.
Preferred solution: I'm skunked as I no longer have either the receipt nor the box the faucet came in, I'll have to buy another faucet in the future - "Let the Buyer beware".