Rohl
Modern Architectural Pull Out/Pull Down Kitchen Faucet
LS59L 

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Rohl
Modern Architectural Pull Out/Pull Down Kitchen Faucet
LS59L 

Extra 10% off all Rohl products
Sale ends August 04, 2015, 9:00 AM
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1 Review

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BrandRohl
CollectionModernShop All Modern
Model NumberLS59L
Alternative SKURohl LS59L-APC-2, Rohl LS59L-PN-2, Rohl LS59L-STN-2
Details
  • Dual spray modes
  • Metal lever only
  • Brass construction
  • 1 ¾” max. installation depth on deck
  • Ceramic disc control cartridge
  • 8” reach C-spout, dual function retractable pulldown spray
  • 26” maximum hose extension
Faucet TypePrimary Kitchen Faucet
Style and InstallationPull-Out Faucet
Single Hole
Single Lever
CollectionModern
InstallationDeck Mount
Number of Faucet Holes1
Handle StyleLever
Spout StyleGooseneck Spout
Ceramic Disc CartridgeYes

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Rohl   LS59L   Reviews

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Rohl kitchen faucet

I love the faucet and its quality. The only thing that could be improved is the length of the couplings that hang out of the center of the faucet below the sink where you would connect the water lines to. If you buy a large sink like I did (30" stainless steel Farm-style) the back of the sink sits rather close to the wall behind the sink which leaves only a very narrow area for the faucet parts to hang and be worked on in order to secure the water supply lines. Ours ended up coming loose and leaking because the first person who installed the faucet didn't tighten up the lines as they couldn't get their hand back up behind the sink and wall. The water ended up leaking out all over the floor as no one was aware that the water supply came loose and flooded under the sink until the water was pouring out all over the new floor. Also the fact that the hose is being pulled out from the faucet to use as a sprayer didn't help the situation either as the movement behind that tight space helped loosen the connections. Since it was reconnected, we haven't had any trouble, but it's only been 2 months. Aside from this problem I have no complaints. If you use a regular size sink that isn't as deep as ours or as deep from front to back than you'll be fine. It has smooth movement and a nice stainless steel pull-out hose. Very attractive, functional, and great quality.

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