Kenzo Deck Mounted Roman Tub Waterfall Faucet with Handshower
The faucet looks great and functions perfectly.
November 22, 2012
Don't know how anyone couldn't like this
If someone had low flow problems with this faucet, they clearly installed it incorrectly or they have serious pressure issues at their house.
I installed this product and have had nothing but good experiences with it. If I remember correctly, it has like 10+ gallons per min flowrate on it. How on earth did that take you 2 hours? This takes 2-3 minutes to fill my tub.
I would recommend this to anyone. First time buying Pfister, but so far, no regrets.
August 20, 2012
Quality is superb
I love the lines and design of this collection. It is unique and simple at the same time. I bought a Delta tub faucet prior to seeing this one. When my plumber saw the Delta faucet, he immediately returned it knowing I will not like it. I am glad I made this choice because this faucet is neither too big nor restrictive to install. I bought the same collection for my vessel sink. It brings quality to another level. Thank you, Price Pfister.
May 9, 2011
Water flow too low
Installed this faucet and found out that the water flow is in no way sufficient to fill a tub in a decent time. It would require 1-2 hours to fill it. Called the company, they sent spare parts that didn't fit, the second time they fit but didn't solve the problem. Will return this product.
July 29, 2012
Everything I ordered was PERFECT just what I wanted and arrived quickly. No one hovering over me, I took my time no pressure I got to think about my choices. I was able to change my mind several times until I was perfectly satisfied. I went to local retailer for same faucets and I saved at least $200 per faucet that I purchased and I purchased 3. So that was about a $600 dollar savings! Am I happy? YES, YES &YES. Great Experience.
November 5, 2013
Neat fixture. Poor installation instructions
My wife and I bought three of these for a home remodel project. The instructions were unclear as to the exact type of fittings for the hose and angle stop. The toilet seat lid that came with the unit was packaged with instructions that did not match the toilet. How hard could it be to install a toilet seat, right? The trick is that Kohler went for a sleek integrated threaded insert in the toilet for the toilet seat screws to secure to rather than the typical nylon nut under the top rim. The insert is very difficult to drive the screws into and the screw heads are typical phillips type that want to strip. Also, the anchor bolts go into the floor through hidden brackets. Screws are then inserted through the wall of the pedestal and self-thread into the bracket. We had a difficult time getting them to engage. When it was all over, the toilet rocks a bit on the floor, which we hope to remedy with adhesive caulk to the tile. Finally, we had to cut the flush pushrods to length. Not sure why this is not done at the factory. There is a tube that runs across the flush mechanism and the pushrods must be inserted around this tube. Of course, I hit the tube with the pushrod when I sized it and thus cut it way too short. Replaceable and no big deal, but who would think a toilet could be so challenging? I like the toilet and the soft close lid, and it is very sleek and saves space. Make sure to read the directions if you install it yourself. They provide a very nice clear plastic floor template for drilling the holes. The toilet seat also creaks a bit with weight on it...something we may be able to fine tune, but haven't figured out the trick yet to a silent "dismount".
June 20, 2012