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[Costco] Hansgrohe kitchen faucet 140$ (80$ off)

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[Costco] Hansgrohe kitchen faucet 140$ (80$ off)

Hansgrohe Cento Kitchen Faucet, Chrome Finish - on sale at costco.ca. Regular price 219.99, sale 80$ off - 139.99$
Hansgrohe - high end faucet brand.

Please read reviews on costco USA website for same faucet but different color: https://www.costco.com/Hansgrohe-Cento- ... 56704.html
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Dec 24, 2007
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Wonder if you can use the $25 Masterpass promo?

Would be an extra savings.

Cheers!
Thread started in 2016 - 1927 fully gutted and renovated 2 storey detached home in the big T.O. - small projects still in progress.

RFD priceless!
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Nov 26, 2014
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Strathmore, AB
Just a heads up this faucet has a laminar flow which causes splashes and increased energy usage.
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Mar 9, 2014
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Ottawa
Yes the $25 Masterpass discount worked!
$129.94 after tax in Ontario!
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Nov 15, 2007
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Toronto
in for one, as i needed a new faucet. got the masterpass $25 off as well!
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huntclub wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 9:58 am
Yes the $25 Masterpass discount worked!
$129.94 after tax in Ontario!
Thanks, that reminder about MasterPass was enough pushed me over the edge to order one ... either for the house or the cottage, can decide later at this price :)

Thanks also OP!
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Aaaaaron wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 9:56 am
Just a heads up this faucet has a laminar flow which causes splashes and increased energy usage.
I've always found laminar faucets to splash much less given they're not forcing the water out an aerator and moving faster.

FYI - for those wondering, laminar faucets don't aerate the water, so it comes out clear, not the white look we're all used to. Pros and cons to both options.


Great deal though, can't beat Hansgrohe quality
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Aaaaaron wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 9:56 am
Just a heads up this faucet has a laminar flow which causes splashes and increased energy usage.
How would it increase energy usage?
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Mar 21, 2012
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toothpicvic wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 10:18 am
in for one, as i needed a new faucet. got the masterpass $25 off as well!
sorry for being a noob, but how does masterpass work?

edit: I see it on checkout. Do i need to do anything specifically to get the $25 off?
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Max_Dealing wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 10:42 am
How would it increase energy usage?
+1

maybe they meant water usage (no aerator)
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Mar 19, 2003
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I had one, it was horrible. The stream of water is dense and splashes everywhere. Looks nice, but not functional at all.
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Sep 9, 2014
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Thanks OP and others.. got one with the MasterPass discount! :)
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Sep 16, 2013
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Aaaaaron wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 9:56 am
Just a heads up this faucet has a laminar flow which causes splashes and increased energy usage.
I have one and the flow is not really laminar. The stream of water is rotating around its axis when it exits the faucet. When it hits the sink it doesn't splash, it spreads sideways. I don't know how better to describe it. It looks like laminar but if you look closer it's not. When you turn on the needle spray mode it does splash, though. I have this faucet and it's great.
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Why does it look chrome in some pictures and satin in others?
I'm also curious why it is some say it's horrible (splashes everywhere) while others say it's great. Could it be the design/depth of their sink that makes the difference?
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jindogae wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 2:37 pm
Why does it look chrome in some pictures and satin in others?
I'm also curious why it is some say it's horrible (splashes everywhere) while others say it's great. Could it be the design/depth of their sink that makes the difference?
In USA same model is sold with "Steel Optik Finish" that looks more like satin in pictures. I am assuming as here in Canada it says "Chrome", I expect it to be shiny. From Costco usa website (link in my first post above) some reviewers complaint about splashing and my understanding that relates to depth of your sink, your watter pressure and how much you will push faucet handle to start water. For some people combination of that will make this faucet unusable, other will have deeper sink or will open faucet less to have smaller stream. I am buying just because of the costco warrany - if I will not like this faucet, I will consider returning. But the price for this brand faucet is great, so I will make all attempts to like this faucet :)

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