I am very happy with my Blanco sink. It is a high quality stainless and resists scratching. I think stainless is more superior over ceramic since it is easier to clean and there are no chipping worries. Additionally my Blanco sink is solid and quiet. That may seem an odd comment however if anyone is looking into stainless sinks the low end are very thin and that creates a hollow sound when placing pots and dishes in your sink. I would buy another Blanco anytime and especially love and recommend the sink grid for kitchen sinks.
For more than 80 years, BLANCO has been creating high-quality sinks and faucets. With our newest line STELLAR, we're able to share our passion for classic styling and fine craftsmanship at an attainable price.
|Sink Type||Kitchen Sink|
|Number of Bowls||Single Bowl|
|Drain Location||Back Center Drain|
This sink uses a standard 3.5" drain.
I love the sinks. They are the right depth, but I got them mainly because they were the only affordable sink I found designed to maximize depth (from the edge of the counter to the backsplash). Ideally they would be 16 guage instead of 18 guage.