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Amazon Price: $94.98 $94.98 (as of March 28, 2019 2:09 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Product Features: Faucet body constructed of brass Fully covered under Pfister's Pforever lifetime warranty Single handle operation Pullout spray faucet head with 38” hose enhances faucets versatility Spout swivels 180-degrees providing greater access to more areas of the sink Includes optional escutcheon (cover plate) – for sinks with 3 faucet holes ADA compliant – complies with the standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act for kitchen faucets Low lead compliant – meeting federal and state regulations for lead content Product Specifications: Overall Height: 9-7/8" (measured from counter top to highest point of faucet) Spout Height: 6-1/4" (measured from counter top to spout outlet) Spout Reach: 8-13/16" (measured from center of faucet base to center of spout outlet) Faucet Holes: 1 (number of holes required for faucet installation) Flow Rate: 1-3/4 GPM (gallons-per-minute) Maximum Deck Thickness: 1-3/4” (cannot mount to thicker decks without use of extension kit) Designed for use with standard US plumbing connections All necessary mounting hardware included About Pfister Founded in 1910, Pfister (previously known as Price Pfister) is one of America’s oldest and most experienced plumbing companies. As the first faucet manufacturer in the world to offer a lifetime warranty on their products, quality has always been the cornerstone of Pfister faucets. Brass bodies, ceramic disc valves, and lifetime PVD finishes name a few of the features you’ll find in their product line. You will also find innovative designs. In the last 100 years, Pfister pioneered many of the faucet varieties that have helped to define the industry today. This kind of market presence has made Pfister one of the most trusted names in plumbing. Buy Pfister – you won’t be disappointed.

Customer Reviews

Nothing says "house flipper" like a Pfister Pfirst

56 of 58 people found the following review helpful
By Bryce Nesbitt "bryce2"
This is a prime example of a class of products built to look great on day one, but not to last. No opportunity to use a thinner gauge of metal, or a cheaper grade of plastic was missed. The deck plate is thin and the instructions warn “don’t overtighten”: I tightened not so much and it bent. The finish is thin and will wear through. The poly hose kinks, and never pulls out smoothly. And on top of that the instructions summarize parts & tools you’ll need, but leave things out that are called for later.

Replacement of same model original faucet

39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
By BG
I liked this original faucet so much that I want to replace it with the same exact thing. The old one was worn, leaking and very old. No idea how old since I only bought this house 3 years ago. It could have been 10 years old. Very pleased with the replacement. Had my plumber friend put it in so I can’t say what was involved with installation but it didn’t take him very long & I didn’t hear any cursing.One thing to note: there are 2 model numbers for this faucet. One has a “G” on the end. This is the lead-free version. Same price.

Nice upgrade

46 of 49 people found the following review helpful
By Erika Rohr
We are renting but need to replace an annoying leaky faucet. Wanted something that was going to work well but not cost a ton of money since we won’t be staying here and if we forgot it or something happened during disconnection/reconnection. So far this has a nice smooth mechanism. We like the all-in-one pull out sprayer instead of the side attachment we replaced. All the connections worked with our existing plumbing. We did not have buy anything extra to install it. Arrived well before our estimated super saving shipping time. Was adequately packaged to arrive in good condition.

Not a bad product for $88

32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
By Dave B.
I struggled with how many stars to give this. I decided on 4 because for $88 – you really can’t beat it.

Nice faucet. Nice price

30 of 34 people found the following review helpful
By mikey
This faucet was worth a lot more than I bought it for. It has a very nice finish to it. 2 downfalls. The hose for the pullout is simply a braided hose so it can easily become kinked if you are turning a sharp corner. The baseplate for the 3 hole istallation is a bit small. You can always get some blank plugs for the extra holes and just use the option for the single hole installation. Don’t let the 2 downfalls stear you away from this faucet though. It truly is a great faucet for the price.

Installation is a nightmare, but faucet itself is great

34 of 40 people found the following review helpful
By Desert Rat
I spent more than two hours trying to complete Step 10 in the installation — “Attaching the Pull-Out Hose.” The instructions say “Be sure Rubber Washer (10B) stays on the End Hose (10C). From below sink, tighten Tube Coupling (10D) onto End Hose.” Now picture yourself lying on your back under the sink, pulling the hose up while balancing a rubber washer on its tip as you try in the cramped space to pull down the coupling and screw it over the loose washer & hose. It cannot be done! The washer is guaranteed to fall off, forcing you, dear installer, to climb out of the cabinet and search for the little bugger. Again and again.

Works but Rust was a problem

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
By C. Athan
I installed this my self.Yes it was a pain but I got it done and we are enjoying the upgrade.BUUUTTT! Now it has rust around the base and I cannot see where it is coming from.I must contact Pfister now and take it out and either fix it or replace it.Bought it Nov 4.2013.See Picture.

Very good, but you will buy a bit more to make it work

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Mark
Like most plumbing, it would seem that faucet I buy never exactly matches the plumbing so I had to by about $25 extra in hoses with the proper fitting to make this work. I am not going to mark down my review of this model because of that. Its simply what happens when we buy plumbing items! Here is my review ….

Cheaper than comparable Kohler, but gives you less.

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By W. Higgins
What is your time worth? I replaced the KOHLER K-12177-G Fairfax I installed 5 years ago (the swing neck had gotten stiff, and home inspector wanted it replaced) with this Price-Pfister unit. $80-something for a faucet in the house I’m in escrow to sell… Kohler was about twice.

Order one and loved it! Ordered another for a friend and it was defective!

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By Lux Veritatus
As I mentioned in the title, I ordered one for myself, and I have no complaints for the first faucet. For the price, I can’t complain about anything. It looks nice and functions as well as any other faucet I’ve had with one exception… The button that allows you to switch to the shower spray mode cannot be reset back to the normal mode without shutting off the faucet. Kinda annoying, but not necessarily something that I’ll lose sleep over.
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