Kraus Undermount and Farmhouse Sinks

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Kraus Undermount and Farmhouse Sinks
Price: $189.99 - 279.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Friday, Dec 18 to Wednesday, Dec 23) + transit
Condition: New


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Everything but the kitchen sink? Nope, we have that too!

I installed this exact sink (the KHU100-32) in my kitchen 3 years ago, and it’s been great. Very wide and deep, high quality. Relatively easy to care for. I leave the supplied grate in place pretty much all the time, though from the pictures it looks like it’s been slightly redesigned.

I paid almost twice as much, and considered it a good deal at the time–similar size sinks from the big brands were all over $1,000.

Bought this from another site for more and also thought that was a deal.This price is outstanding and the sink is of outstanding quality.

From the small image, I thought I was going to see really nice cat boxes.

With some DIY work, it still could be.

Specs “in box” only lists the sink. Are the grate and drain assembly also included? I’m assuming yes, but you know they say about doing that…

Yes, it contains the grate and drain as well as the towel and a cloth bag around the sink to prevent scratches during shipping. This is a really solid sink and a great deal. I picked this up last time and took back a sink from Costco because the Kraus seemed so much better. The 16 gauge really makes a huge difference in how stable the sink feels. We were so impressed, we bought a Kraus faucet to go with it.

We have a Krause kitchen faucet, love it, superb quality (It’s the one pictured with the sink 4th pic from end). Our farmhouse sink (another brand) we love for the size (34 inch basin, sold as a 36 inch), and single-bowl layout, but it is not good quality and it costs more than these. I’d buy any Krause product in a second based on the faucet. As info we removed a 2-bowl sink to install the big single bowl, we’d never go back, the giant basin is so versatile.

Yes, it includes the grate, drain assembly, and the hooked towel as shown in the third picture. I didn’t use the drain assembly because I installed a garbage disposal. But IIRC it is the large one pictured with the removable food trap.

They also make a really great colander (for the 32") (for the 30") that fits neatly on top of the counter inside the sink opening. It’s not included, but I use mine every day to keep sponges off the counter, knives from being loose in the sink while washing, and for air-drying things that can’t go in the dishwasher. Highly recommended.

anyone else have cleaning issues? Was it installed improperly? Water drains, but boy the residue that is left…