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[Amazon.ca] Kraus 32 in single bowl sink (KHU100-32) $343 ($429 at HD)

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[Amazon.ca] Kraus 32 in single bowl sink (KHU100-32) $343 ($429 at HD)

If you are going to do kitchen renovation soon, there is a deal on Kraus KHU100-32 kitchen sink. Spec wise, it is 16 gauge stainless steel single bowl, with a few useful accessories. Review on it is very good.

Right now at Amazon.ca the price is $343. The same sink is listed at Home Depot for $429.

Also the KWU110-32 is also a pretty good price at Amazon.ca. Amazon's price is $392 right now and Home Depot's price is $597.
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I have a double sink kraus and I'm very happy with the quality so far after 2 years.

One thing about the single sink in the OP. I avoided this type of sink because the four corners like that make it hard for the food residues to get washed down. For this reason, I went for one with a sink with rounded corners this time.
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We installed a Kraus double sink for our kitchen renovation earlier this year. The 16 gauge stainless steel does absorb sound and also retain the water temperature very well. We've been quite happy with it so far. At the time, the Amazon price was $200 cheaper than HD so keep an eye out on their prices if you're shopping for one.
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jessicacha wrote: I have a double sink kraus and I'm very happy with the quality so far after 2 years.

One thing about the single sink in the OP. I avoided this type of sink because the four corners like that make it hard for the food residues to get washed down. For this reason, I went for one with a sink with rounded corners this time.
This one (most Kraus ones actually) already have a gently rounded corner. We use one at home and it's not hard to clean. There are other brands where there is actually zero rounding at all. The gentle rounding Kraus does is a good compromise between function and fashion IMO.
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jessicacha wrote: I have a double sink kraus and I'm very happy with the quality so far after 2 years.

One thing about the single sink in the OP. I avoided this type of sink because the four corners like that make it hard for the food residues to get washed down. For this reason, I went for one with a sink with rounded corners this time.
We have this sink and the corners are slightly rounded, as Jon Lai says, it's easy to clean - haven't had an issue in 3 years.

Really nice sink.
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I have the 30" version of this sink and it's fantastic. Compliments on it all the time. I got mine for something like 340 pricematching at HD, so for the 32" version, it's a good deal.
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WestcoastTesla wrote: Good price, too bad it's undermount only. I need a drop in sink but I'm not sure about the quality on the Costco ones. Transform seems to have mixed reviews. https://www.costco.ca/transform-32-in.- ... 92287.html
Where there's a will there's a way... What kind of countertop do you have ? You can round off the corners on the lip and it would work just fine. Glue or silicone some wood to the body to fasten it and keep it from shifting around. Bet it would look better than most top mount lips anyway.
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Diakonos wrote: I have the 30" version of this sink and it's fantastic. Compliments on it all the time. I got mine for something like 340 pricematching at HD, so for the 32" version, it's a good deal.
Dude you have to stop making guests wash their plates...
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We put in a kraus double sink 11 years ago and it's still going strong.

Included grate, basket drain, thicker steel, insulated.. all great features.
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I bought the Hahn Chef Series from Costco few months ago. The price and spec are almost identical to this one from Amazon. I guess I'll return the Hahn and get this Kraus sink. Thanks OP!
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davidli4639 wrote: I'm looking to renovate the kitchen soon. I don't know anything about sink brands but how does kraus compare to the one sold at costco?
https://www.costco.ca/artika-alta-31.3- ... 33446.html

its $100 cheaper
I would spend the extra money on the Kraus which are tried and tested. You don't want to be having to replace the sink down the road especially an undermount one.
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davidli4639 wrote: I'm looking to renovate the kitchen soon. I don't know anything about sink brands but how does kraus compare to the one sold at costco?
https://www.costco.ca/artika-alta-31.3- ... 33446.html

its $100 cheaper
This Costco one is sold in store as well. I looked at the display and found I don't like the ledge holding the accessories, because it makes the sink narrower (easily loses 1-1.5 inches of width due to this). Also this will not allow an overhang lip from the countertop when I undermount it, otherwise the ledge there will just trap debris under the lip.
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dilligafeh wrote: Dude you have to stop making guests wash their plates...
if they arent washing their plates, they arent a guest!

I'm one of those annoying guests that clean up after themselves loool

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