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Friday, April 27, 2012

Pfister 133-10SS Pfirst Series Single Handle 1 or 3-Hole Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet

I needed to replace my kitchen faucet.   I looked on-line at Lowes, Home Depot, Amazon and a couple of specialty places.  The specialty places were through the roof on pricing.   I found one with appealing looks at a very competitive price at Amazon.   It included all the parts necessary for installation with the exception of the reinforced flexible tubing to tie it to your plumbing.   It installed easily and works great.   Keep an eye on price though, it fluctuates even on Amazon.

The pull out sprayer works very well and eliminates the need for the second hole and handle.  I recommend this product.  I received no compensation for this post and did not get the product free for evaluation.

Ceramic disc valving for a reliable, leak-free operation
Single-control faucet with pull-out sprayer
Swivel spout
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