Delta 4353-dst linden single handle pullout kitchen faucet


13 January 2019

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Overall, I intend to keep it. I didn't realize that function would be annoying to me, but it is. Again, not a deal breaker, since this has never happened to my knowledge long after not using it, such as between meals or overnight when the faucet is dry and sitting idle.

Overall The is an okay-looking faucet, with a mixture of pros and cons when it comes to features and function. You can choose whether you want it to deliver 1. Thin and light materials. The instructions do NOT match the parts in the box and has almost NO words just color drawings like a cheap Chinese product.

- O-ring part is RP13938. O-ring replaced July 2018.

As with any fixture, not everyone is going to like the look of the 4353-DST by Delta. Style is largely a matter of personal preference, and homeowners also have to take the rest of their kitchen décor into account. It is a one-handled medium-sized faucet with a simple straightforward style. According to Delta, the minimalist style of this faucet is inspired by the linden tree. For some, the style may be so minimalist as to be completely uninspiring. In my opinion, the Venetian Bronze finish 4353-RB-DST best suits this particular faucet, rather than the stainless steel finish 4353-SS-DST. Again, this is just a matter of personal taste. The height of the handle is 11. Some home chefs may prefer a much higher arc, especially if they often have enormous pots and pans to wash and fill. The spout can swivel 120 degrees, making it easy to move the faucet out of your way when necessary. This is a decent length and will allow you to use the spray wand to fill pots on your countertop. The wand pulls out easily, unlike many models with under-the-sink counterweights. More Details This Delta faucet has another great feature — multiflow. You can choose whether you want it to deliver 1. Pressure and flow rate are not exactly the same thing, but they are related. This faucet has a flow rate of 1. There are times when you will prefer to have a lower flow rate, such as when you want to prevent the water from splashing while you are using the faucet. The diamond-coated valve works smoothly to help you maintain precise control. And when you set one of these options, it automatically keeps that setting until you change it back. In my case, I prefer the ones that switch back to stream automatically as soon as you let go of the button, but many people disagree with me. Again, to each his own. If your hand tends to get tired using a heavier spray wand, you may prefer this one. I personally love it. To be fair, there are some drawbacks to the touch technology. It uses electricity, so you must keep it supplied with six AA batteries. How often you have to change the batteries varies according to what brand of batteries you use, how much you use the faucet and even the temperature of your kitchen. It is possible to bypass the touch feature. If you take the electronic module out of the valve solenoid, or just bypass it completely during installation, you can deactivate this feature. Installation Installing this faucet is pretty easy, whether you choose the standard 4353 or the Touch model. But you may notice that some parts of the faucet are on the flimsy side. The feeding hose has a plastic connector that you plug in rather than twist on, and the clip holding it in place is also plastic. The hot and cold undersink hoses are also made of vinyl rather than braided steel. Overall The is an okay-looking faucet, with a mixture of pros and cons when it comes to features and function. The multiflow option is a definite plus. The Touch20 technology functions well in the but needs to be provided with working batteries at all times. A decent enough faucet, but nothing outstanding.
It also stretches out to the middle of our kitchen sink, so we can difference our faucet on cold winter nights and not hear the pinging water on the S. UPDATE: After 6 months, it's still working fine, but it has a few quirks: About 10% of the time, it won't respond to touching the pull-out sprayer, so I have to touch the main faucet prime instead. Either there was something wrong with the previous version or Delta has come a ways in the last 7 years. Second and biggest complaint is the temperature adjustment. Installation was reasonable and have no complaints about that. It works as expected. Met that one of the wires was pinched shearing off the insulation and running straight across the hose opening see photos.


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