Single Handle Bathroom Faucet from the Mainz Collection
I bought the satin nickel faucet for a new full bath I put in my family room. The faucet arrived ahead of schedule, had a great fit and finish and the quality exceeded my expectations. I paired this faucet up with the following vanity which I purchased from Lowes.com (Item #: 165762 | Model #: TVTBP). The satin nickel offers very cool contrast with the black hammered copper bowl in the vanity. Cool product...if you like contemporary/transitional design...this is the faucet for you. Water flow is just like a waterfall...it does not shoot the water out like a fire hose...no splashing.
November 2, 2010
I was very hesitent to buy a faucet online, primarily because I'm not able "feel" the quality of the fixture.
This is a sturdy faucet that was easily installed. The handle feels solid and moves smoothly. The oil-rubbed bronze finish was smooth and consistent, just like it was pictured. All of the hardware and connections were well machined. Very nice product.
September 6, 2010
I purchased this faucet for an office bathroom I was remodeling. It exceeds my expectations, the on/off is firm but not difficult. The water flow is nice and steady, providing a waterfall effect I was hoping for, because of design issues we had to set the faucet off to the side of the sink, the faucet looks beautiful like this and makes this design problem look like a lovely design choice. I am very pleased with this purchase and am pleased with faucets direct.
March 11, 2012
The drain plunger is at an angle of about 45 degrees on the back of this faucet and it does not slide easily. The rest of the drain components below are at a 90 degree angle, giving no leverage to close the drain. Very bizarre tooling. After spending almost $200 on this, we were forced to purchase another drain unit by Belle Floret that works by just pushing down on it to open and close. Cost: $61.
November 28, 2012