KOHLER K-596-CP Simplice Single-Hole Pull-down Kitchen Faucet, Polished Chrome
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Valve Replacement for Bellera, Simplice, or Cruette Kitchen Sink Faucets
Amazon Price: $306.10 $187.99 You save: $118.11 (39%). (as of February 18, 2019 6:52 pm –
Simplice® single-hole pulldown kitchen faucet The new Simplice pull-down kitchen faucet beautifully combines an elegant transitional high-arch design with exceptional ergonomics and functionality to deliver a truly innovative faucet solution for a wide variety of kitchen applications. The Simplice sprayhead utilizes solid sculpted buttons to provide improved operation even with wet or soapy hands. It also includes a pause function to temporarily pause water flow to permit movement of sprayhead out of sink area to fill pots.
Easy to install, looks nice, Kohler service is great
60 of 64 people found the following review helpful
I replaced a poorly-functioning Delta with this faucet. Installation was straightforward and required no special tools (other than a crescent wrench and long-shafted phillips screwdriver to install). The faucet looks beautiful and functions smoothly.
Nice product, easy installation, but didn’t last
91 of 100 people found the following review helpful
I purchased the Kohler K596 in Stainless Steel in February 2009 to replace a very old Delta that had given up the ghost. The Kohler wasn’t the least expensive but I figured that you get what you pay for. The installation was very simple and the unit worked great for 16 months – albeit with minor problems with the spray head getting stuck between “shower” and “stream”.
After five years, we still love it
45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
We bought this faucet roughly five years ago to replace a piece-o-crap faucet in the house we had just bought. I was dubious (putting it mildly) about the wisdom of paying $200+ for a kitchen faucet, but my husband insisted. Well, he was right! This faucet is well worth the price. After five years, it performs as well as it did on day one.
I love doing dishes now!
38 of 44 people found the following review helpful
I replaced a cheap Moen kitchen faucet (put in my Palrm Harbor Discovery modular) that just made 1-1/2 years of use with this faucet. I was drawn to the Kohler faucet because of the beauty of its design. The best looking one on the rows upon rows of faucets at the store. I want to get done quick in the kitchen and the sleek design enables a quick job of cleaning the faucet.
horrible amazon experience
61 of 75 people found the following review helpful
I bought this faucet and it arrived in 2 days. When I took out the faucet, water started dripping from the connecting lines. Then I noticed drops of water in different parts. I called Kohler to see if this could be because of quality control measures. They said, what I got should be a RETURNED item. I called Amazon and they send another one as a replacement. Right away looking at the box, I saw 3 Kohler labels one, on top of the other. I carefully removed the top only to realize my worst fear that this item was also a returned Item. Both the labels inside were cut. I took the faucet out and once again, the new one(that’s what they claim) started dripping water from the connected lines. So, it looks like this was returned atleast 2 times before. This is disgraceful. I lost trust in Amazon. I can’t imagine how they can do business by just packaging a used item, when a customer pays full money for the same. This is totally unethical way of doing business and Amazon lost me once for all as a customer.
Beware of Kohler warranty wtih Amazon
34 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Beware: Kohler doesn’t honor their warranty for products purchased from Amazon.com LLC
Typical Kohler Quality
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
This is a wonderful product – beautiful, versatile, well-constructed. As I’ve slowly replaced the last owner’s low- to mid-market fixtures with nice ones I’ve ended up almost always buying Kohler (the others being Delta) at least partly because I’m partial to east central Wisconsin, but mostly because I have yet to experience a Kohler product I didn’t love.
Early failure on an otherwise nice faucet
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Installed around the middle of March, 2012. Started leaking out of the valve area by the faucet base around the first week of July, 2012, pooling at the bottom of the unit, the water fortunately making its way into the sink. So I called Kohler, and the nice CSR (as you have heard people say, they are nice on the phone), sent a replacement cartridge. I also found these cartridges for sale online for around $12. plus shipping. Two problems: Removal of the handle requires loosening of a set screw using a 3/32″ allen wrench. That was easy. But the handle wouldn’t budge after the screw was loosened. I removed the screw entirely; still no result. I clenched my teeth a bit and pulled…hard… scary hard… and it finally came off. A bit nerve wracking. The square stem may be nylon, and water plasticizes nylon and causes it to swell a bit. So it made itself pretty tight. Step one completed. Step two stopped me cold. Step two is a bit trickier. You have to remove the chrome plastic bonnet next, without putting a scar on it, because it’s really made of plastic, and is easy to mark. Try wrapping it with tape before you use any tool to unscrew it. Once it’s off, any standard channel lock or adjustable wrench will remove the retainer so the cartridge can slide out. When replacing the cartridge, be careful to align it carefully, and while tightening. It has a pair of pins which mush align with holes inside. If these are out of alignment, you might damage the part. If you ever have to do this job, make it easier on yourself for the next time by wiping a thin coating of silicone plumber’s grease on all the threaded parts before you re-assemble. This will prevent corrosion which usually freezes the parts in place over time, making future servicing difficult or impossible. Even though my unit was only in service less than four months, I noticed this problem beginning to occur on all the threaded surfaces.
Gorgeous if you can get a new one out of Amazon
18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
I had the same experience as Arun, where I received a used product from Amazon. The box was not sealed, and in fact, had *two* broken Kohler seals on the box, indicating that I was the third to receive the product. The faucet had water stains and finger prints all over it. Come on Amazon, what is up with that? I was very disappointed. However, a replacement arrived the next day. The (one) seal on the box was still in tact, though there still seemed to be a lot of finger prints on the faucet. I went ahead with the installation which was far easier than the removal of the p.o.s. Moen I was replacing. I ran into a snag or two, but nothing that was Kohler’s fault. The end result is a gorgeous, elegant, stylish faucet that works beautifully. It’s even more attractive in person than in the photos. I only wish I had thought to get a replacement soap dispenser at the same time, as the original one looks pathetic next to the shiny new faucet.
Elegant Beauty and Function!
20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
We recently had installed new 3cm Granite counter tops and wanted only a single penetrating hole to maximize the gorgeous view of the new countertops. We looked at all of the other major brand, single handle, integrated sprayer kitchen faucets on the market, but couldn’t find Any that we liked. All were either too bulky, too shiny, large handled, tulip shaped bases with awkward pull out sprayers that didn’t feel right or seem to work very well.