The price and quality of a faucet can’t get any better than the Kraus Nola Pull-Down Faucet.
Kraus Nola Pull-Down Faucet functions both as a low-flow sprayer and a stream-sprayer at the push of a button. It can easily be used in dual sinks too as it smoothly swivels 360 degrees by giving you complete access to the sink.
If your water ways are clear of debris, then the 60 PSI of pressure given out by the faucet is great. At 1.8 GPM, it can clean dishes fast too. But mind you, the water may splash if your sink basin is shallow.
However, the faucet has only one lever made entirely up of metal that controls not only the water spray but also the temperature. This makes it very easy to use from day one. The rubber nozzles of the Neoperl Aerator is durable and easy to clean as well because it prevents hard water build up.
If you’ve been searching for a faucet that won’t cost you an arm and a leg, yet perform like a champ, then Kraus Nola Pull-Down Faucet is the one. Among the moderately-priced faucets, this faucet easily tops the charts for its quality, design and durability.
It doesn’t boast many features or complex parts on the sprout. That explains the price, but the good news is that the manufacturers have been careful enough not to sacrifice the quality.
Quality and Design
If there’s one thing every customer who purchased the Kraus Nola Pull-Down Faucet uniformly agrees on, then it is the high-end look of this faucet. In fact, the actual faucet looks even better than the pictures advertise.
The body of the faucet, including the handle, is made up of solid brass and the weight of it doesn’t come as a surprise to me. The finishing is plated with stainless steel which prevents rusting and corrosion over time. It’s also smooth, sleek and doesn’t hold any watermark.
The hose of the faucet is great too. It is made up of durable rubber with a protective mesh on the outside that make it very flexible. It also acts as another proof that you’ve made a high-quality purchase.
With the standard 3/8-inch fittings, one-hole plate, 1/2 inch plumbing connections and every other necessary part included, Kraus KPF-1630 is one of the easiest faucets to install. The provided instructions are crystal clear but there are plenty of YouTube videos that visually illustrate this process. And if you’re a DIY plumber, then you’ll be happy with this assignment.
However, it’s pretty heavy and tall. So you’ll need the help of a second set of hands to hold the faucet down while you tighten all the nuts and bolts. Speaking of the height, you really do need to measure it out before you buy. It may seem too tall on a relatively small kitchen sink.
Warranty Can’t Get Any Better
All Kraus faucets are backed by an exclusive lifetime warranty and this faucet is no different. The cherry on top of the cake, however, is that the customer service department of this company is very responsive. They easily win customer hearts by sending out replacements free and fast.
Defects due to improper installation and maintenance cannot be claimed. So make sure you don’t void the warranty by sticking only for residential use. There are more conditions, however, so don’t forget to refer to them before you place a buy.
- Top-notch, smooth operation
- Super easy to install
- Solid construction
- Affordably priced
- Sleek, stylish and durable
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Great lifetime warranty and customer support
- Splashes water if the basin of the sink isn’t deep
What's the bottom line?
Drop by Amazon and have a look at the customer ratings, you’ll be impressed. The total of 5 and 4-star reviews alone exceed 90% and there’s hardly anything to complain.
It sustains years of continuous use as well, and if you’re looking for a faucet that not only falls under your budget, but also live up to your expectations, then look no further - Kraus KPF-1630 Nola is the one.
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