New design taps single lever dual-function sprayer pull out kitchen faucet
|Categories||Pull out Kitchen Faucet|
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|Usage||For family bathroom, hotel bathroom and so on|
|Form of sale||OEM & ODM Manufacture|
|Surface Finish||Chrome, brushed nickel, matte black+rose gold, etc|
|Cartridge Life test||No leakage after 300,000 times using 300,000 times open and close|
|Terms of Payment||L/C, D/A, D/P, Western Union, MoneyGram, T/T, Paypal|
Colin DeWaay –
This faucet came a long ways to get my 5 star rating. We had a lot of problems early on and would have been 3 at best but it was user error.
First of all even when we had the problems we thought about keeping it because it’s just such a GORGEOUS faucet. Absolutely stunning. We were ready to just disconnect the touch and use manually we liked the look so much.
For the first few weeks we had so many problems though. The water pressure wasn’t good at all. It wouldn’t always turn on and off with the touch feature. It would literally turn on by itself when we weren’t even in the room like we had a ghost in the house.
We got a hold of Delta’s customer service a couple times and they have been wonderful. They answered right away and handled all my questions. They sent us a new head (and a couple of parts just in case) after some troubleshooting and the water pressure issue wasn’t being resolved. Turns out though it wasn’t a part issue, EVERYTHING was the way we had things installed and sitting underneath the sink.
After watching a video on YouTube about troubleshooting touch problems it turns out you have to make sure certain wires aren’t touching anything and that things aren’t pinched coming from the faucet. Once we got everything lined up not only did the problems with the touch issues and the ghosting stop, but the water pressure got significantly better too. And now that it’s working perfectly I LOVE the touch and everything about it including the customer service.
So if you’re having issues with the touch or anything like that, make sure everything’s installed and sitting the way it’s supposed to! Here’s the video that helped me if you’re having the same issues – https://youtu.be/CVtLpdxJbSU There’s another video about installation that’s good too – https://youtu.be/N9KeDw2bL30 I had a friend install mine cause I’m TERRIBLE with this kind of stuff, so can’t say how hard or easy it is to install.
Colin DeWaay –
In 2008, we replaced a super cheap, builder-installed faucet when we were getting ready to sell our house. I bought the Delta Leland and loved it for the short amount of time I had it before we moved. The faucet in the new house was a nice enough Moen pull-out faucet, but I didn’t like it nearly as much as the pull-down Delta faucet. Fast forward 8 years…the Moen faucet started leaking so I decided it was time to replace it with a pull-down model. I researched Moen, Koehler, & Delta. I decided to go with the Delta Essa which is very similar to the Leland. I liked that the handle doesn’t move backwards since we had minimal space behind the faucet. It works great and the price from Amazon was so much lower than the price at one of the “big box” stores! It was actually less than the price I paid for the Leland 8 years ago! I would highly recommend.