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GROHE

LadyLux Pro Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet

2.5
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Description

  • GROHE SilkMove for a lifetime of smooth operation
  • GROHE StarLight finish for scratch and tarnish-resistant surfaces for a lifetime of beauty
  • SpeedClean anti-lime system: Removes limescale with a simple wipe of a finger to maintain a like-new performance
  • GROHE RealSteel Stainless Steel Construction
  • 16-9/16 in. Faucet height

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Customer Reviews

An expensive, but solid faucet with one serious issue: splashingUPDATE JUNE 5, 2014:I received and installed the replacement "perlator" (aerator). The part number is 116179. Insert for Perlator RR 2.2gpm Red 443034.I have also included two photos (front and rear) showing what it looks like (see product photos). To install this part you will need the special plastic combination wrench tool that comes with the faucet. Without this tool you will not be able to remove the old white part and install the new red perlator part. The new part comes with no instructions, but it's not that difficult to figure out. It's about a 5 minute job. The part to be replaced is in the "spray head" which is attached to the flexible metal hose. The "spray head" unscrews by hand. The special tool is inserted into the front of the "spray head" and turned counter-clockwise to remove the old part. Push out the old part (once unscrewed) with you finger. Note the orientation of the old part and insert the new part in the same direction, remembering to place the black O-ring back on the end that mates with the flexible metal hose. Screw it together and you're done.The part substantially lessen the "splashing" problem. I would estimate the splashing is reduced by 60-70%. The water comes out looking more "opaque" from the aeration and with a slightly less powerful flow. Given the height of this style faucet, I don't believe splashing can be eliminated, but this part makes it much less of a problem.ORIGINAL REVIEW:After going to the local boutique kitchen/bathroom store and listening to the advice of two plumbers, I selected this current model (32-226SD0) for our new remodeled kitchen with granite counter top. It's a tall, elegant looking faucet. More impressive in person than in pictures. I knew going in that it had a "splashing" problem and I also knew that Grohe would send an "aerator" part, on request, to minimize the splashing issue. Contacting Grohe customer support is not a pleasant experience in that you have to wait online for about 15-20 minutes before someone answers your call. In the meantime, a recording suggests that you leave an email message which they will answer within 24-48 hours. I elected, on two separate calls, to wait. I did speak to pleasant and helpful representatives (the first call for about 30 minutes asking many questions regarding the faucet before I purchased it. The second call, a few days later, after receiving the faucet and observing the splashing problem and requesting the "aerator" part). I haven't received the "aerator" part to date. For the price, without question, this part should be included.According to Grohe specifications, the output end of the faucet is 10" above the counter top level. To this height you need to add the depth of your sink (in my case an additional 9 inches). The water output end is tipped ever so slightly forward (toward you). The water comes out of the faucet and falls, in my case, a total of 19 inches in one solid, clear, non-aerated, stream. There is no splashing unless I break the stream with my hand(s) or when I wash cups, dishes, pots, etc. The interrupted water stream will result in random splashing depending on the angle(s) I hold the item(s) being washed. The greater the water flow, the greater the splashing. Minimizing water flow will reduce, but not eliminate splashing. Holding items very low to the bottom of the sink with a slow water flow will also help keep splashing within the sink and not on your counter top, clothing and/or the floor. The larger the item, the more difficult it becomes to control the splashing issue. Will the "aerator" help? I certainly hope so. My plumber's not so sure.Finally, I observed my plumber install the spring for the self-retracting spray head. I wasn't convinced it would work well given some reviewer complaints I read. However, my experience is that the self retracting faucet works reasonably well. When you let go of the spray head, the flexible hose slowly pulls back into the the faucet and all you have to do is push the button on the rear of the spray head to click and lock spray head into the main body of the faucet.4Buyer BewareI had another model Grohe kitchen faucet before I bought this one, so I felt confident that it would perform flawlessly like the first one - WRONG! As other reviewers have mentioned, there was no aeration, so water sprayed everywhere, causing the countertop to be continuously blotted dry.I called Grohe's tech support and was told to turn down the volume of water to a dribble - this person was obviously a moron, and thought I was one too. So, I decided to write a letter to the CEO, and make my complaint directly.Ten weeks later I received an envelope containing a Delivery Note describing the enclosed part, "Insert for Perlator RR 2.2gpm Red 443034." No explanation. No apology for inconveniencing me. No mention of a design flaw. Nothing but the Delivery Note and the accompanying part. So much for appeasing the customer.Now I had to unscrew the end of the faucet with a special Grohe tool which came with the faucet (don't lose it because nothing else works), and replace the Perlator (which is just another name for an aerator screen) with the one sent to me. Unfortunately, the plumber who did the install threw out this tool. So I called Grohe tech support, again, only this time instead of the moron I got Corey, who was a prince and kindly offered to send me the tool which was backordered gratis. The tool arrived, I replaced the parts, and now water comes out aerated, as it should have been originally!If Grohe hadn't been the only company making a faucet and matching water dispenser which looked cool I would have immediately returned the faucet and avoided a lot of unnecessary stress.3Flow control is not good.It's nice, but harder to control the flow strength when you have to pull the lever from left to right instead of forward and back.32 years of use with no serious problemsInstalled by a professional when we got a new kitchen sink and granite counter-tops. Haven't had aerator or splashing issues that other have struggled with... we just don't push the handle all the way down if we're doing something that creates so much water pressure as to cause splashing. Our only problem with it is that the part of the pull-down hose under the sink is inline with one of the waterpipe valve knob and gets snagged underneath the valve, causing us to have to un-snag it if we want to pull the hose down from the faucet again. But that's the a flaw directly with the faucet - just our bad luck, which I could remedy by installing a plastic funnel or something over the valve knob so that it self-corrects.5I have a much better spray flow to rinse food of dishesI thought this would be all metal because of the description and the price.The spray head,and the shroud near the handle are plastic. I had a problem with the water flow,only getting 1 gallon per minute instead of the advertised 1.75 gallon a minute. I called Grohe and they shipped a new part that is a quick connect piece under the faucet. Same problem so I took it off and the blue regulator was stuck toward the rear. I pushed it with a small screw driver and it freed it up. I reassembled it and I am now getting 1 gallon in 30 second. I have a much better spray flow to rinse food of dishes.I paid over $500.00 for this faucet and I then had to fix it. I hope I will get a lifetime of usage out of it,but if I had it to do again, I would buy a Delta.3Limited flow It's surprising to read of complaints that the flow is too brisk. Our experience was exactly the opposite. Immediately after installation we were struck by how limited the flow was and how it dwindled even further over time, as this faucet, like all others, inevitably becomes clogged with silt and scale. What you need to know is that there are at least 2 flow restrictors. One is in the handle unit and can be adjusted, although there is not a tremendous difference in flow rate between fully open and fully closed. The second and less obvious and even more important flow restrictor is in the "quick connect" flange of the extension hose. Apparently there are at least 2 different versions of this flange, with red or yellow plastic collars signifying different flow rates. Our faucet had the red version. 8 months after installation, immediately after flushing both the aerator and the cartridge and after completely opening the adjustable flow restrictor, we had an output of 0.6 gpm (about a quarter of the rate posted in the spec for our water pressure). I called technical support and they were not all that helpful; they actually did not even tell me about the flow restrictor in the quick connect flange of the hose. Here's what finally worked: I removed the flange and blasted it out with compressed air, which fortunately blew the flow restrictor valve out of the flange. (These parts would be difficult to remove with hand tools. I read another post on the Web where someone drilled it out. The flow restrictor had indeed become clogged with silt, but I have to tell you that even brand new the flow rate from this faucet was well under 1 gpm.) I then simply reassembled the unit without the restrictor. It increased the final flow rate about 10-fold (which can be further adjusted downward using the other flow restrictor) and the faucet is now finally usable.A few other comments. Even with this now brisk flow, when it's on spray mode, the flow rate is greatly reduced rendering it fairly useless. (I'm guessing that there's a third flow reducer in the aerator, but the plumber who installed our unit threw away the tool apparently needed to disassemble the aerator.) The spray button only works one-way; once you switch to spray mode you cannot switch back to stream mode except, inconveniently, by turning off the faucet. The large arc of the faucet is not very useful; it tends to get in the way without adding to utility. The hose could be a bit longer; it won't fully reach the bottom of the sink. Finally, it is very cumbersome to access the adjustable flow restrictor. A hex screw must be undone to release the handle; unfortunately, the screw is placed such that it is difficult to access with a wrench.The other thing you should keep in mind is that if you plan on having a plumber install this unit, my impression is that plumbers have a greater sense of responsibility for taking care of hardware issues in products that they have supplied. Our plumber told us that if weren't satisfied with the unit, then we should send it back. When I called Grohe, they told me that there was a lifetime warranty but that I had to deal with the vendor, not them. 2Looks great, works greatWe wanted a 'pull down' faucet that had a single handle that only went forward so there wouldn't be a space problem with the backsplash - this faucet fit the bill perfectly.The pull down head is small, and easy to use - and it easily covers the area of my 27" inch sink.The faucet is a little taller than I really wanted, but that is really the style of today, so I've gotten used to it.My husband did the install and said it was easy to do.I would highly recommend this faucet!5Otherwise great faucet. Make sure you grease the pivotIf you buy this make sure the hole isn't to big. I got New counter tops and they drilled the hole a little to big so now the fixture gets loose. Otherwise great faucet. Make sure you grease the pivot.4GroheUnit I received was defective. Returned it. Ended up buying another model of Grohe from a local store and have been happy with it.1Stay awaybroken after two years.... stay away1Looks great but so does splash mountainI love the look and the quality but like other reviewers, it does splash because I have a deep sink and it emits a single stream. I also wish I could turn it on to a spray head and it would stay that way. Other than a little extra wiping up of splash drops, it is terrific.4
LadyLux Pro Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet

LadyLux Pro Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet

2.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
CA$ 2,044.00
Sale price
CA$ 2,044.00
Regular price
CA$ 3,378.00
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Unit price
per 
Save 39% (CA$ 1,334.00)