Item # bci2125884

Kingston Brass Studio 22 Gauge Drop In Single Basin Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with 4 Faucet Holes

Model: GKTS25228

$91.89
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  • Brushed Nickel
    Brushed Nickel
    $91.89
    67 In Stock

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The self-rimming kitchen sink features two square-shaped basins and four drilled holes built in superior quality stainless steel for durability and a long-lasting experience.

Features:
  • 22 gauge 304 grade stainless steel construction
  • Resistant to chips and scratches
  • Long lasting and easy to clean design
  • Full undercoating including sound absorbing pad
  • Exposed surfaces are hand polished to a lustrous brushed nickel finish
  • 4 Pre-drilled faucet hole
Specifications:
  • Installation Type: Drop In
  • Drain Location: Center
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • ADA Compliant: No

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Dimensions and Measurements

Gauge
22
Product Weight
4.84 lbs.

Included Components

Basin Rack Included
No
Basket Strainer Included
No
Colander Included
No
Cutting Board Included
No
Faucet Included
No

Characteristics and Features

Drain Placement
Center
Faucet Holes
4
Installation Type
Drop In
Material
Stainless Steel
Number Of Basins
1
Sink Shape
Rectangular
Sound Dampening
Yes
Stainless Steel Grade
304
Theme
Traditional
Product Videos
  • Changing out your old kitchen sink for a new one can seem like a very difficult do-it-yourself job.  However, it does not have to be!  Follow Milan Rosan of Build.com as he shows you the step-by-step process of replacing and installing your kitchen sink in your home.
    Do It Yourself: Replacing or Installing a Kitchen Sink
    Changing out your old kitchen sink for a new one can seem like a ...
Do It Yourself: Replacing or Installing a Kitchen Sink

Do It Yourself: Replacing or Installing a Kitchen Sink

Changing out your old kitchen sink for a new one can seem like a very difficult do-it-yourself job. However, it does not have to be! Follow Milan Rosan of Build.com as he shows you the step-by-step process of replacing and installing your kitchen sink in your home.