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Here's a picture of it: NEW WaterRidge Pull Down Kitchen Faucet Chrome w/ Soap

Don't know if all Costco's have it at this price. They had a few at Arundel Mills, MD store.

FP4A4006CP
Item No.826703
UPC 0-19934-82315-9

From Receipt:
826703 FAUCET 49.97 T
896699 CPN/ZINC PUL 25.00-
For a net price of $24.97 + 5% sales tax (MD)

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Same as this.

Ebay $22 plus

[Q]Same as this. eBay $22 plus

That was an auction. Did not include the face plate -- the Costco one does. Must also add $16.95 S&H for that auction purchase. The one from Costco has the famous Costco satisfaction warranty.

wale said: [Q]Same as this.

Ebay $22 plus


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$150.00?

What's the item number?

rich123 said: [Q]Here's a picture of it: NEW WaterRidge Pull Down Kitchen Faucet Chrome w/ Soap

Don't know if all Costco's have it at this price. They had a few at Arundel Mills, MD store.

I hope all Costco will have the same price since the last time I remembered it was $69 something after the $30 coupon off from the Passport. Will check it out this week, thanks OP

Saw this on my Costco, Montegomeryville PA... $30 something.
I love the fact that Costco are carring more and more home improvement stuff <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0><img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif" border=0>

Nice, but very large. Probably not best with lightwieght SS sink, better with cast iron sink.
I have bought three of the smaller pull-out kitchen faucets from Costco in years past and been very pleased. Much better than HD or Lo wes on something like this.

I picked one up for $69-$25 instant rebate which comes to about $44 + taxes at the local Pittsburgh area Costco. What is the $25 math (so that I can get a price adjustment when I go back there)?

It's a solid, well-made faucet which should last. And as someone else mentioned, quite heavy.

We paid $100 - $30 = $70 a couple of months ago. Very pleased. It has good built quality and
our plumber said he has seen something similar for around $300(!) in Home Depot/Lowe's.


tvarad said: [Q]I picked one up for $69-$25 instant rebate which comes to about $44 + taxes at the local Pittsburgh area Costco. What is the $25 math (so that I can get a price adjustment when I go back there)?

It's a solid, well-made faucet which should last. And as someone else mentioned, quite heavy.

I got this a few months ago.
very nice unit.
very large also, it works great if you wash your hair in the sink or small pets.

Must be a very frustrated eBay seller in the OP's link.

Over 1000 hits and not a buyer <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

Haha! That's funny, Gotit. That seller must be wondering what's going on. Hahaha.

I bought a similiar faucet at costco about a year ago, smaller but same brand. quality is good but there seems to be a coating that is wearing off the handle. not very noticable but worth mentioning, seeing as how returning something like this is a bit of a hassle.

do you have an item number, i need one of these, only ones at my costco are going for $90 and its not the same faucet

I also bought this faucet at Costco and wish i either had the box or the receipt to return it. I'm not sure if it is a problem with my water pressure but when I turn on the faucet for medium temperature, the handle tends to fall down, shutting off the water. Like other posters have stated, this faucet is heavy. The heaviness of the faucet handle is giving me more problems than I desire. Just my two cents.

Don't take the cheap way out on plumbing fixtures.

Go with American Standard or Delta.

risky88899 said: [Q]I also bought this faucet at Costco and wish i either had the box or the receipt to return it.

funny, I never needed anything to return an item to Costco....except the item itself and my membership card. It can be a hassle if they haven't carried the item in awhile and it has rolled off of their system but you should be good if it was within a year or so. That policy is why I buy just about everything from them. I love Costco! I purchase enough that I never have to pay a membership fee with the executive member Cash Back percentage.

I don't abuse it, but I don't hesitate to use it either. Just reward them with repeat purchases.

While your there pick you up a bag of Tim's Cascades Jalapeno potato chips. Damn they are good!

Its still 69-25(IR) = $44 at the NW Indy Costco. I guess all Costco's do their own clearancing? I tried to talk them down, as it was the last one, but they wouldn't have any. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

I have this faucet from Costco (got it when it was ~$70) for about a year. One may not realize it in the store without a sink as a reference, but it is rather ginormous, which may or may not fit well with the style of your kitchen. The tubes are about as large as the ones for the drain under the sink, and much bigger than nearly anything you'd find from the well-known brands.

I'm still undecided even now whether to keep it. I guess it's not worth the effort of taking it out, you certainly can't beat the price. My only functional gripe is that mine does not want to stay in the "spray" button position unless the water flow is rather high. I'd rather have a gentle cascade without a lot of splashback off the dishes and out of the sink.

My Costco in Arlington, TX has different style pull out for $90 <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

I have had this faucet of a Year as well. Paid 70 for it. It is true that it is big. but useful for pots and the like.

One thing, i find the water pressure to be low. It is not my water line. The water pressure is not strong enough to get aerated. So the water comes out stream like.

It has worked fine other than that. Well worth it.

ratpackcap said: [Q]I have had this faucet of a Year as well. Paid 70 for it. It is true that it is big. but useful for pots and the like.

One thing, i find the water pressure to be low. It is not my water line. The water pressure is not strong enough to get aerated. So the water comes out stream like.

It has worked fine other than that. Well worth it.

I have had mine for about a year as well. I also find the water pressure to be very low. As others have stated it is large but generally well made. For the price you really can't go wrong.

i had ot dor over a year, it good quality, workd beeterr with a deep sink, i just changed to a 8 1/2 sonk from a 7 inch it has less spray back,
rember to instal it like the picture the jauset goesn on the right side not the middle like regular fucets.

I also have this faucet. It's been a great value IMO. Only (minor) problem is that after a few months of use, the faucet stopped "defaulting" to the stream setting when you turn it off (i.e. if you turn it off while using the spray, sometimes it unexpectedly remains in the spray setting the next time you turn it on). I have no problems with pressure.

As others have noted, it's a very tall faucet. Many people who see my kitchen for the first time comment on its size.

Has anyone bought the bathroom faucet by WaterRidge at Costco. I am contemplating between Costco's and this set from Overstock by Fontaine -

http://www.overstock.com/?page=proframe&prod_id=1450707

Any opinions?

thirddowndraw said: [Q]Has anyone bought the bathroom faucet by WaterRidge at Costco. I am contemplating between Costco's and this set from Overstock by Fontaine -

http://www.overstock.com/?page=proframe&prod_id=1450707

Any opinions?

I have installed two styles of WaterRidge bathroom faucets at my house. Both were a satin nickel (brushed nickel) and one looks similar to the one at Overstock, maybe just a flatter base. I like them a lot. The handles on the WaterRidge ones have a nice heft in your hand, I think they're solid metal, which I think is not always the case with cheap faucets. The rest of it looks and feels to be just a thin layer of metal over plastic, but no evidence of corrosion or flaking of the finish after one year (unlike cheap Glacier Bay faucets I've tried from Home Depot).

I thought they were a good buy (at least more definitively than the kitchen faucet).

Thanks for the feedback. I think given the Costco return policy, I'll go with theirs.
What did you pay? They have the faucets for around $45 and the hardware set for about the same.

They don't have it, but Fontaine Faucets has pull down pull out kitchen faucets in chrome and I found their 10% discount coupon code, it's 610021. The deal is - Get 10% off your next purchase. Enter promotion code at checkout on thier website fontainefaucets.com or you can use it for phone order.

You do not need a receipt to do a return @ Costco -- it helps, but they have a record of every item that you purchase in their computer and will refund your money

risky88899 said: [Q]I also bought this faucet at Costco and wish i either had the box or the receipt to return it. I'm not sure if it is a problem with my water pressure but when I turn on the faucet for medium temperature, the handle tends to fall down, shutting off the water. Like other posters have stated, this faucet is heavy. The heaviness of the faucet handle is giving me more problems than I desire. Just my two cents.

bigsmooth said: [Q]I also have this faucet. It's been a great value IMO. Only (minor) problem is that after a few months of use, the faucet stopped "defaulting" to the stream setting when you turn it off (i.e. if you turn it off while using the spray, sometimes it unexpectedly remains in the spray setting the next time you turn it on). I have no problems with pressure.

As others have noted, it's a very tall faucet. Many people who see my kitchen for the first time comment on its size.


thats what she said



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