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Elkay flexible laundry faucet

Posted by olivertwist (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 3, 13 at 8:15

http://www.plumbersurplus.com/Prod/Elkay-LK2500CR-Pursuit-Laundry-Faucet-with-Flexible-Spout-Chrome/270768/Cat/1081?gclid=COW8m5_Q4LUCFVGf4AodYjEArA

Does anyone have this? Seen it IRL?


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RE: Elkay flexible laundry faucet

Haven't seen it but it sure is cool. I have an Elkay faucet in my kitchen and I am very happy with it. The plumber and countertop people who installed it all commented on how well constructed it was.


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RE: Elkay flexible laundry faucet

I saw it today, it actually seems quite nice. I am planning on purchasing one for a utility sink (that will be in the kitchen)


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RE: Elkay flexible laundry faucet

I have it, love it. I replied to your email, but maybe it got put in your spam folder?

Here is a link that might be useful: Pictures and a comment found here


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RE: Elkay flexible laundry faucet

Does it curl down lower for a "home base" position? I like the idea for my laundry room too but don't have an unlimited heigh for the faucet. It looks very tall for me for now...?

This post was edited by akcorcoran on Tue, Mar 26, 13 at 22:54


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RE: Elkay flexible laundry faucet

controlfreaks, thanks! I never caught that email. And I do remember your reveal (lovely!) but totally missed the faucet. It's much nicer than I expected it to look! Also taller than I was expecting.

It was so hard to find any real reviews but I eventually found just a few (I forgot where). One mentioned that after a while, the faucet sort of drooped and needed "Viagara". Since this was DH's main concern, we had decided to go with the Kohler Karbon instead.


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