|Item Weight||6.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.4 x 7.4 x 7.4 inches|
|Item model number||120188|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Flow Rate||2.5 GPM|
|Water Consumption||2.5 GPM|
|Number of Handles||2|
|Plug Profile||wall mount|
|Warranty Description||Premier Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Premier 120188 Sanibel Two-Handle Shower Faucet, Brushed Nickel
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Amazon and it's clones need to re-list this item and delete the previous reviews, obviously caused by an incorrect photo which has now been corrected on the Amazon site but NOT on the Premier site. This item is a two-handle "shower only" unit as described and pictured on Amazon.
The unit is all brass construction except for some small seals and the "crystal" and "white" handle options. It is a kind of yellowed nickel plate that is not silver like chrome, but not an antique finish either. The unit is made to fit any wall depth, so there should be little problem mounting it to any application. It is a heavy unit and not the fake plastic feel most modern faucets have. The shower head is small but works fine.
The Premier website shows a full exploded drawing and complete parts list, but it also shows the wrong photo. Ignore the photo, Amazon shows it correctly. Please note that the parts drawing shows plastic extender shafts, but these are not needed and are not included in the kit.
Edit: I tried to link the drawing and parts list but amazon automatically blocked it. so just Google the PDF: 1. "120188Spec" (remembering the photo is wrong but the drawing and info are correct) and 2. "120188Parts" and of course select the premier site from the list. This will give you all of the dimensions and a clear view of what's involved in the installation.
Edit after one week:
There is mention on listings for the 3-handle unit that there is play in the handles. This is true of this item also. I thought at first it was just that the hole in the handles was too large and it allowed a little slop, easily noticed... but the play is actually in the valve and shaft, amplified by the size of the large handles.Read more ›
I hesitate to over-tighten these things as the inner valve looks to have a plastic liner that would just disintegrate with too much pressure. From an overall perspective, the loose handles just make the entire shower experience where these were installed feel sloppy. I regret buying them... and I would not recommend them to anyone else.
I removed the flow regulators and the volume is just fine.
The quality is very good; real metal, nothing plastic.
The handles do wiggle a bit, but it does not affect the performance or quality feel. I love the 90 degree turn to full on/off versus the old valve-types we had. It's so hard to find two handle faucets that are not chrome or cheap junk. Everyone seems to have gone with the single handle, which we cannot stand.
Overall, very pleased with it and would/ possibly will buy another for another bathroom redo. The price at $65 was awesome.
Two complaints about them though.
#1 It is a "water saving" faucet so if you use your own shower head with a massage option, it will not be quite as strong.
#2 The disk covers that go behind the handles should be screw on. If the faucet is not strapped down with pipe hanging tape the faucet will move and the disks will start to slide around. A big time downfall.
Otherwise, it's a great faucet, looks good, cleans easily and will last you for a very long time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dear friends, the items arrived in the estimated time , perfect finish and materials for renovating the bathroom at a very comfortable price, served personalized way , thank you... Read morePublished 12 months ago by oscar martinez
I have found that the handles are loose coming out of the wall, and don't do a very good job of controlling the water temperature. Read morePublished 19 months ago by J.D.
I like the looks, and the 1/4 valves, but after I got it installed, the valves leak. It's a pretty slow drip, but still annoying, knowing the unit is brand new.Published 19 months ago by jkcollins
And 1/2 the price here as my local hardware store. So far... so goodPublished 20 months ago by MikeyH
Just what we needed. Could not find one in brushed nickel at our nearest home improvement store without paying extra for the bathtub knob which we did not need. Read morePublished 21 months ago by bbboard
Hard to find--most places only carry the one shower handle type. This was an answer to a LONG search.Published 23 months ago by C. Miller
the shower arm could have been longer to accommodate shorter persons. also the handle covers could have been of a larger diameter, other than those mentioned this faucet is a good... Read morePublished on January 17, 2014 by robert niznik