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Two Handle Kitchen Faucet

SKU: 122419
   based on 1 Reviews
100% recommend this product
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About the Peerless P299501LF

This 2 handle kitchen faucet features a 2-3 hole mounting with 8" centers, a 7-1/16" high 9" long spout that swings a full 360-degrees, a fully replaceable washerless valve design, and 1/2" NPSM threaded male inlet shanks.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Peerless
Number of Handles: Two Handle
Color: Chrome
Product Collection: Core
Room: Kitchen
Faucet Spray: Side Spray
Kitchen Faucet Type: Kitchen Sink Faucet
Number of Holes: 4 Hole
ADA: Yes
Faucet Handle Type: Lever Handle
Flow Rate: 1.8 Gallons Per Minute
Installation Type: 4 Hole
Mount Type: Deck Mount
Product: Faucet
Mpn # P299501LF
Shipping Dimensions 16.8" x 9.3" x 2.5"
Weight 2.80 lbs.

Product Features

  • Two-knob handle design
  • 7-1/16" high, 9" long spout
  • 1/2" NPSM threaded male inlet shanks


Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

I COULD NOT BE MORE PLEASED Rated 5 by Anonymous
  Yes, I recommend this product.
My new faucet is a warranty replacement for one that developed a blow hole in the middle of the spout. Had that model still been available I would have received a new spout. Because of a recent (I hope temporary) health issue I had the faucet professionally installed. The new one is the same design as the old one and that installation was super easy. Depending on the design, removing your old one could be a nightmare. Mine was. The knob handles and spout all move freely. There was no banging sound that is sometimes caused by air in the line. In short everything is as good as expected. If I had to complain about something, the sprayer hose had taken a set in the box and was a bit of a hassle to use. I verified it was not hung up underneath then pulled it out and ran hot water through it and tried to straighten the kinks. If I don't amend this review, assume that the problem has resolved itself over time. I am using a PUR water filter with my faucet. My installer explained that the extra weight on the spout can cause wear on the O-rings which can cause the faucet to leak at the base of the spout. When it leaks, remove the spout, roll back the O-rings, put Teflon tape on and roll the rings back in place over the tape to stop the leak. Hopefully, it will be several years before I verify that it works.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

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