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Bathroom chrome faucet $1 - Kitchen $9 YMMV

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Bathroom chrome faucet $1 - Kitchen $9 YMMV

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Found this in store for $1 . Cheaper than buying parts.


https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=1944252577

Also this pull faucet in chrome for $9

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=1944252472
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Even at $1, I wouldn't bother to use time and effort to install a two handled faucet. One handle faucets are like automatic transmissions imo.
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There were like 7-10 at Dorval. Took 1, looks cheap af.
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beachlover wrote: Even at $1, I wouldn't bother to use time and effort to install a two handled faucet. One handle faucets are like automatic transmissions imo.
Maybe that's just me, but I 100% prefer the "old school" models. LOL
Washing hands (even at these times), never took more than 10 secs, so most of the time I never touch the hot water side. When it's so dirty and hot water is required, than I only use the hot side and when it starts burning my hands I adjust it with the cold side.
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I got one of the above for around $10 in the past for an emergency repair, and while they're not entirely worthless, people should be aware that they're made of shiny-plated plastic.
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MrMello wrote: Maybe that's just me, but I 100% prefer the "old school" models. LOL
Washing hands (even at these times), never took more than 10 secs, so most of the time I never touch the hot water side. When it's so dirty and hot water is required, than I only use the hot side and when it starts burning my hands I adjust it with the cold side.
Lol, all of that, actually explains my point better than I did.

Btw, remember the old sinks where there was the hot spigot on one side and cold on the other. That was a joy going back and forth.
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beachlover wrote: Lol, all of that, actually explains my point better than I did.

Btw, remember the old sinks where there was the hot spigot on one side and cold on the other. That was a joy going back and forth.
lol I remember those faucets at my very old school where they needed to keep the cold and hot water lines separate for the fear of contamination and water-borne illnesses. I was reading the original post thinking were they using the separated spout faucets?
Why settle for MSRP when you can wait and get it at a lower price? 😉
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According to Stocktrack, the New Westminster Walmart location has -3 available. What gives? Neutral Face
Why settle for MSRP when you can wait and get it at a lower price? 😉
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I have had 0 luck with stocktrack for various items, at various times and at various locations.

I guess I have 0 luck.
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Bought the last 3 at the Port Coquitlam Superstore, apparently the managers are supposed to take them off the shelf but I convinced her I needed them.

It's quite cheap but better than the old tear drop single knob I have in the downstairs bathroom. The handles are metal but the spout is chromed plastic.
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Spudsicles wrote: Bought the last 3 at the Port Coquitlam Superstore, apparently the managers are supposed to take them off the shelf but I convinced her I needed them.

It's quite cheap but better than the old tear drop single knob I have in the downstairs bathroom. The handles are metal but the spout is chromed plastic.
A deal is a deal, they have to cut corners and cost somewhere. The spout generally has less wear & tear than a mechanical part like the handles. Provided you're not drinking from the faucet, plastic should suffice... for now. This is an awesome deal if you're a landlord since tenants don't generally handle your rental unit with care, or a guest bathroom.
Why settle for MSRP when you can wait and get it at a lower price? 😉

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