|Part Number||33 870 EN0|
|Item Weight||6.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||33870EN0|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Flow Rate||2.5 GPM|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Plug Profile||single hole|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
Grohe 33870EN0 Bridgeford Pull-Down Spray Kitchen Faucet, Brushed Nickel
|Price:||$600.50 & FREE Shipping|
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|Finish Types||Brushed Nickel||Arctic Stainless||Brushed Nickel InfinityFinish||Stainless Steel||SuperSteel InfinityFinish||Arctic Stainless|
|Number Of Handles||1||1||1||1||1||1|
The product is Bridge ford Kitchen w/ Pull Down Spray. Purpose of use for Plumbing Fixtures, Kitchen Faucets and Accessories. Made in Germany.
From the Manufacturer
Grohe Bridgeford Pull Down Spray Kitchen Faucet # 33 870 EN0 features the Grohe SilkMove Ceramic cartridge. The single lever handle has a variable handle position. The Dual Spray Trigger features hold and release on/off spray control, for regular flow to spray.
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So, why 4 star rating then, or probably more like 3.9?
On usability: being right handed the way handle sits on the right side, you must move it away from you in order to turn the hot water on, which is what you'd do more often than not. I feel like I have to reach for it. Would've preferred for cold/hot operation direction to be reversed.
On build quality: exterior cartridge housing is plastic, ie the part between handle and faucet body. The rest is metal though.
On package/company: shank arrived with half broken plastic ring. Was still able to use it but was concerned long term. Decided to do the "right thing" and contacted Grohe. They said they'll send a new shank free of charge. 2 weeks later - nothing. Their service phone line had a crazy wait so I sent an email instead asking for the replacement part order status. 3 days later - no reply. So, I've got an exchange setup with amazon now. Grohe could've done a better job there for sure.
Would I buy it again? Yes, I'm happy with it overall less some minor headache I mentioned earlier. HTH.
I absolutely adore this faucet. We removed the water regulator and the water pressure is just outstanding. It's tricky getting it out....you need needle nose pliers.
When we installed it, before we removed the water regulator the hose was stiffening up when we turned on the water, and was resisting being fed through the goose neck because of the backed up pressure from the regulator. We have good water pressure in this house so that might not be the case in yours.
I am a believer in high water pressure in the kitchen because I think you actually end up using less water and it is more sanitary! I'm there to get down to business and get the job done! Not sit there three times longer trying to mess with a piddly trickle of water that these regulators offer. This puppy PERFORMS when that water regulator takes a hike!
Some people have complained about not having the choice to set the spray so the spray will operate continuously without having to hold down the button. I guess it is different than most faucets in that respect, but after getting used to the "press to spray" type of sprayer it is, I really like it because most of the time I don't want to leave the sprayer on or mess with turning it off, and just want a short temporary burst of spray,...where as with some of the other kinds you have to press a button to turn that feature off. There have been times when I'd like to leave it on without having to hold the button down to free up both hands, but not very often.
This is a super hefty quality faucet and well thought out design that makes kitchen clean up a breeze compared to my previous hand held unit. My old hand held was a brush type handle that you wrap your entire hand around where as the Grohe sprayer is held with the thumb, index and two neighboring fingers. It makes it much more "natural" feeling to aim it exactly where you want it verses the brush-type handle hand held sprayers.
My only regret is that I am now moving and have to leave the faucet behind! My next faucet will be the exact same one in the Nickel. It is a beautiful faucet and looks like it will last forever. We put the lever at the front of our faucet due to our setup. We had to because otherwise the lever hit the back wall and we couldn't go all the way on the hot setting. It looks just fine being at the front of the faucet.