|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 4 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||88275|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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It fits and functions perfectly. -1 for not being a metal stem and/or clearly stating this. eg. "It features a stationary plastic post". The original had a steel stem, I do not find it unrealistic that a replacement unit should as well.
Thanks to DPL for carrying this.
This strainer is a perfect fit, both in open and closed drain positions. It allows you to always have a strainer in place, rather that having to tip a "universal" strainer sideways in order to let water flow through.
When I finally became a homeowner, the stopper in the kitchen sink didn't work right either, but I accepted it as inevitable. When it finally broke, I got a new "universal" stopper from the grocery store (this was BA: Before Amazon). The new one was just as bad. It would usually hold water long enough for me to do a sinkful of dishes, but if I tried to let the dishes soak in hot water before I washed them, I'd return to find the water long gone.
Back in 2011, this poor tool broke too, and I looked for a new sink stopper online. I ordered this one with the same kind of desperate hope I'd have felt if I'd been ordering a product that promised to make my feet smaller. When it got here I sneered at it, certain it would fail me like all the rest. Just to get this settled right away, I inserted the new stopper in the sink and left the dishes to soak overnight.
Next morning, ALL THE WATER was still in the sink. In the days to come, as the stopper continued to do what it was supposed to do, I realized that one of life's small but truly frustrating problems had been conquered for good.
The post that fits down into the slot in the sink drain is made of plastic, as other reviews have mentioned.Read more ›
The BEST part about this were the instructions that came with it - especially the instructions for removal of the old sink strainer (pull up and out). Hysterical!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Decent drain plug. The body is stainless steel; however, the center shaft is plastic. $12 is too expensive for a plug that is part plastic.Published 27 days ago by dev1
This strainer keeps the water in the sink and doesn't let it leak out, but it would help if the post was about 1/4 to 3/8 inch longer. Other than that it works great.Published 2 months ago by Uncle Harry
I've had to buy several sink strainers trying to find one that works the way it should. This one works well so far. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mort
Very thin steel, knob is made of plastic, less than I expected for the pricePublished 2 months ago by James DAmbrosio