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Features Bathroom faucet ABS body Washerless cartridges NPSM threaded male inlet shanks Product Type: Standard Bathroom Faucets Finish: Chrome Finish: Steel Number of Items Included: 1 Generic Dimensions Centerset: 4'' Inlet shanks: 0.5'' Dimensions Overall Faucet Height: 4.2 Inches Overall Faucet Width: 6.2 Inches Overall Faucet Depth: 3.69 Inches Maximum Faucet Centers: 4 Inches Minimum Faucet Centers: 4 Inches Spout Reach: 3.69 Inches Overall Product Weight: 0.9 Pounds
Model No.: LTR1003_6728204 Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.8 Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.69 x 6.2 x 4.2 Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported Origin of Components: Imported
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Does "non-metallic series" mean it's made of plastic?
Yes, this is made out of metal colored plastic.
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Yes, it's plastic. That's not necessarily a bad thing. Plastic doesn't corrode, but the chrome peels off and these low end faucets are essentially disposable, because you can't get parts for them. If you want one that's going to last, and be cheap and easy to repair, get a Price Pfister that you can just replace the washers on. Moen have inserts that are lifetime guaranteed, but you have to take them to a store that does the warranty replacement, or send them to Moen. As a plumber, my personal favorite in reasonably priced faucets is Price Pfister, mainly because you can buy a 99 cent package of washers that will fix it for the rest of your life. PP are also easier to repair because they don't require special tools. Moen requires a little square thing that does come with a new insert, but if you have to take the insert out to send it in, it's a bit tricky without the square tool. It pretty much doesn't help because by the time you receive it, you've already had to pull the insert. Price Pfister is a well made, reasonably priced faucet that is simple and cheap to repair. That's why I like them.
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