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Kraus 32 in single bowl sink (KHU100-32) $343 ($429 at HD)

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dilligafeh wrote: Why a double bowl ? You have a huge sink but the divider is always in the way.
I could never stand double bowl sinks, as the bowl is too small for big pots always banging the sides and I never fill it up with water to wash dishes so that feature is useless to me.
My wife likes it. She likes having a sink available to have dirty dishes as she cooks while having a clean side for doing other things if needed (E.g., draining pasta, large ice water bath, etc.). I like a single sink, but I'm still married, so...
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unshavenyak wrote: My wife likes it. She likes having a sink available to have dirty dishes as she cooks while having a clean side for doing other things if needed (E.g., draining pasta, large ice water bath, etc.). I like a single sink, but I'm still married, so...
Lol...that's it, compromise is the key !!
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dilligafeh wrote: Dude you have to stop making guests wash their plates...
loool, in these unusual times...
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Ville-Marie
Where does it made from? China?
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Has anyone coming across a black stainless farmhouse style sink for a decent price?
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Isn't costco's sink a better deal, plus it has a cutting board and strainer built in. $249 at Costco I believe.

It was 32", 16 gauge, with strainer, cutting board, and metal crate thingy
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If you don't have a dishwasher, you need a double bowl sink. If you have a dishwasher, a single bowl sink is preferred. Can't beat single bowl for large pots. BUT, without a dishwasher, I need a double to do dishes efficiently.
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Question - my current cutout in the counttop measures 16 x 30. Given the KHU100 is 30x17 (the inner dimensions) - do I need to get my countertop cut further length wise?
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I have an unopened one from earlier deal brought for kitchen remodeling and ended up using a model offered by countertop company

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00K2QO06M/ref ... AFbGJB0JAK

Bought for $410 (including tax). If anyone is interested in it, I am located in Ajax, ON (currently 795 on Amazon and 996 in home Depot)
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Oct 13, 2005
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+1 for Kraus - I have one too.

Only minor complaint is that it's prone to water spots if you don't wipe it down - but that's true of all bucket stainless tubs like this.

I did a lot of research - the company is quick to answer questions if you contact them. Very good product.
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I have this exact same sink, got it for $200 two years ago. It's a good sink - I would be glad to pay $343 for it any day :)
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I think I have the same sink, got it 2 years ago and I love it. Having a large sink in the kitchen is a life saver. Make sure you put down the rack thing on the bottom though as I think otherwise the bottom will scratch quickly. Overall, very happy with the purchase.
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jellytime wrote: If you don't have a dishwasher, you need a double bowl sink. If you have a dishwasher, a single bowl sink is preferred. Can't beat single bowl for large pots. BUT, without a dishwasher, I need a double to do dishes efficiently.
YMMV. We don't use a dishwasher, my dad got the single bowl and we got the double bowl. I can tell you our next one will be a single bowl.
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I could swear Costco's version is cheaper and really good quality, It even includes a cutting board. It has held up for the last 4 months
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robbiemurray wrote: Question - my current cutout in the counttop measures 16 x 30. Given the KHU100 is 30x17 (the inner dimensions) - do I need to get my countertop cut further length wise?
Anyone?
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robbiemurray wrote: Question - my current cutout in the counttop measures 16 x 30. Given the KHU100 is 30x17 (the inner dimensions) - do I need to get my countertop cut further length wise?
If you look at the installation instructions, you can do a negative reveal but it is only 1/8" back. That will only give a total 1/2" and the difference between your cutout and the Kraus sink is 1". Maybe you can get away with it but I think it would look weird having it set back so far.
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Dec 15, 2017
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I picked up this sink for $202 after taxes in 2018 and it is an amazing sink. I love how deep it is. We are really happy with the quality. If they ever go on sale for 50% off again I might be one or two more.. never know when I might reno the laundry room or buy a new house and need to reno the kitchen again
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Jon Lai wrote: YMMV. We don't use a dishwasher, my dad got the single bowl and we got the double bowl. I can tell you our next one will be a single bowl.
How can you wash dishes efficiently in a single bowl sink? I would put dirty dishes in one side and clean soapy dishes to be rinsed in the other side. If I only had one big sink, I don't know how I would wash without getting dirt on the soapy dishes to get washed?
sassysue wrote: I could swear Costco's version is cheaper and really good quality, It even includes a cutting board. It has held up for the last 4 months
It is. I bought mine from Costco and I believe it was $249 with the extras
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jellytime wrote: How can you wash dishes efficiently in a single bowl sink? I would put dirty dishes in one side and clean soapy dishes to be rinsed in the other side. If I only had one big sink, I don't know how I would wash without getting dirt on the soapy dishes to get washed?
I'm assuming you fill the bowl up with water? I don't do that, so I just physically arrange the dirty/soaped dishes either on the left or right side of the bowl as I wish.

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