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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.
Really like styling and function. Received in perfect condition.
Bought this item as an exact replacement for the a faucet I bought three years ago. The original failed because of improper installation. As delivered, there was water in the faucet, even though it clearly had not been used or returned. Kohler says this is because of leak testing at the factory. Completed the installation in half an hour, with only a #2 Phillips screwdriver and a 5/8″ open end wrench. Absolutely no leaks after installation.
Love this faucet. Had a Kohler for 15 years, then allowed my plumber to talk me into replacing with a Delta. Bad decision. Back to Kohler.
Love it minus the fact that the head cannot be taken apart for replacement parts. Need to purchase a new head instead
I love this faucet! It has smaller hoses, therefore, smaller volume of water but it’s great for water conservation here in California. Simple to operate. The only reason why I’m giving it a 4 is because the entire head needs to be replaced rather than replacing parts. I haven’t had to do that yet, but $25 to purchase a new head rather than cleaning it out is a bit much. Should have been designed to take apart for cleaning. Maybe it never needs to be cleaned? You can clean the screen but not the aerator other than soaking it in vinegar. The totally off button never gets used because the off lever is so convenient. I’ve had it a month and I really like it.
Replaced a Hansgrohe kitchen faucet that failed with 5 years and was 2x’s the cost
This faucet replaced a similarly style Hansgrohe unit that developed a leak somewhere near the valve which ran along the spray hose equaling a mess under the sink. This Kohler build quality and finish is much better than the Hansgrohe. The Kohler uses less hardware than the Hansgrohe which made installation quick and surprisingly the Kohler was sturdier (no flex or wobble) even with using the 3-hole cover plate on our mid-grade stainless sink. The valve is fluid making it easy to adjust temperature and water flow. Additionally, the faucet head locks into either stream or spray mode (the Hansgrohe did not lock into spray mode) plus the water shunting button really works well (great for filling lots of items without getting water on the counter). Another plus is there is a swivel where the hose attaches to the faucet head reducing strain on the hose when filling taller items.