|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 2.6 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||120443|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One-Year Warranty|
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The pumps themselves look identical to the ones in the Price Pfisters except these work better. The originals were both replaced twice in the last couple of years (Thankfully for free by Price Pfister) because they quit pumping, but they never really worked very well even when new. They would loose their prime and you'd have to pump several times to get soap every time you used them. The amount of soap was uncontrollable. A lot would keep slowly syphoning out after you pumped it until finally the rest that was in the pump would drain back into the bottle. They all (6) did the same thing. The Premiers don't. They keep their prime and if you only want a little don't push it all the way down and you only get a little (Made me wonder if Price Pfister has a deal with Palmolive?) and they don't drip afterward.
The price on these is unbeatable. Price Pfisters would have been around $80 each; But, as luck would have it, they were not available separately, only with the complete faucet set. So they did me a favor. I saved quite a lot of money and still have nice looking, perfectly working soap dispensers.
I forgot to mention I am replacing the originals now because the spout on one of them broke off. It started getting green spots which flaked off the finish and eventually corroded right through. Since they have never worked very well and these are so inexpensive I figured I may as well replace them both. It was a good decision.
This piece was definitely an inferior product.
It started corroding around the tip of the dispenser and turning the soap a weird color almost immediately, was leaking into the sink within about 5-6 months and then totally gave up the ghost at about 8 months. For the money, I thought that this would have lasted longer than some of the cheaper brands, but guess I was wrong. The cheap plastic dispensers that come with the brand name soap bottles in the grocery store last longer than any under-the-counter dispenser I've found yet. So now it's just a sink top decoration. Pretty sad :-(
UPDATE: OCTOBER 2015 - Broken in 6 months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had several soap dispensers of the years that install through the kitchen sink, they usually last five to seven years. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Randster
We really liked the look of this pump, and decided to buy two of them. Unfortunately the both failed within about a year of everyday use, and the first one failed just within a... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Russell C. Wallace
4 months old and still great!!!
Had to replace faucet & did so with one with a sprayer. Had two holes to fill; bought two. Filled one with soap & one with hand cream. Read more
Has for about 6 months but then stopped working. Had to replacePublished 1 month ago by Countrybumpkin
Very nice finish - matches my brushed faucet. Super simple to install. I've only had it in use for a couple of weeks, but so far so good.Published 1 month ago by LegalEagle
Couldn't be more satisfied with this product. Style matches our new faucet perfectly and we especially like the larger capacity bottle.Published 1 month ago by Joann K.