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Load image into Gallery viewer, Franke USA SL103BX Sink, 20 Inches, Stainless Steel
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Franke USA SL103BX Sink, 20 Inches, Stainless Steel

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Description

  • Timeless Design: Sleek and stylish yet simplistic, the dual mount Axis will complement your kitchen, bar or utility area
  • Exceptional Quality & Durability: Axis series is born from Swiss design and is manufactured with 20-Guage stainless steel to provide lasting durability
  • Ultra-Quiet: Sound-deadening eliminates excess noise and vibration from heavy pots, pans and utensils
  • Safety & Strength: Safe-T rims protect you from sharp edges during installation and add strength to the sink.
  • External Dimensions: 20 1/8-Inches left-to-right x 20 9/16-Inches front-to-back
  • Interior Dimensions: 18-Inches left-to-right x 16-Inches front-to-back, Bowl Depth: 10-Inches
  • Installation Requirements: Can be installed as a topmount or undermount sink (professional installation recommended for undermount installation) in a minimum 24-inch cabinet size
  • Everything you need to install: Template and hardware provided for safe and easy DIY topmount installation, professional installation required for undermount installation
  • Excellent Warranty: Franke stands behind this product with a Limited Lifetime Warrany
  • Compatibility: Bottom sink protection grid FBG110S, 3.5-inch diameter drain strainer 906 (chrome) or 906SN (satin nickel)
  • Single bowl measures 20 9/16 inches x 20 1/8 inches x 10 inches
  • Extra deep sink is ideal for the laundry room
  • 21 gauge stainless steel construction for top mount installation
  • Safe and easy installation Template and hardware included
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Horrible Product, Horrible manufacturer, Horrible customer service. This is my first negative review ever. I purchased this sink, and it was suppose to have a life time warranty on Manufactures defects. First off the stainless steel stained right away. It developed a crack that is about 4 inches long. I thought both would be a manufactues defect. Barry at Franke advised me that it looked like a knife caused the issue? It s a laundry room sink, a knife has never been near this sink. At the end of the day, Amazon, and Franke did not live up to expectations. I would advise everyone if you are considering purchasing from this manufacture, don t. I would also advise you to not purchase anything like this from Amazon, they have no intention of helping you with any issue outside of 30 days. 1Very nice sink, BUT I love the dimensions of the sink and it is a heavier gauge than I had expected. I would have rated it 5 stars except the cut-out template was completely wrong sized. How does this happen? It was fine for a n under-mount application, but if you need to mount as a drop-in, you are on your own. I didn't even question the size of it and proceeded to cut for under-mount, learning that it just didn't give me a large enough area. My oversight, but the job would have been much easier with a correctly sized template. Also, the hold down brackets are only 1" deep and if your counter is thicker, watch out. Poorly thought out mechanics here. 4Nice sink but it is raised slightly around the drain ... Nice sink but it is raised slightly around the drain so it always has a trace of water remaining. The mounting hardware works good and the directions were easy to follow. I used mine as a laundry sink. It is deep enough for that use and I needed one that was no deeper to allow proper slant for the drain. Would be five stars if the drain wasn't raised above the sink bottom. The drain is not a big issue with a laundry sink but could be a deal breaker in the kitchen. 4fit right into our diy small kitchen Luv it!! Just what I was looking for to fit in our small diy kitchen cabinet/counter top. It's very deep and sturdy. go very well with the diy counter top. also took the template and made a insert for it to add to counter space every little space counts in a small home. 5Totally inadequate - keep shopping for a better product. Quite a disappointment. We purchased this for an auxiliary preparation area in my workshop. The pictures show ABOVE counter mount, the description says BOTH above or under mount. Alas,it is only sent cheesy clips for undermounting, the flanges are poorly formed (had to complete the bending with seaming pliers. The supplied template is only for under mount (ie., it does not provide clearance for the flanges for drop in installation. It's a stretch for the manufacturer to claim this in an undermount unit with the 3 punched holes in the deck flange. 2Pretty nice Nice looking sink, nice and deep for our laundry room needs. Beware installing a high faucet with this sink as it splashes a lot because of the depth. No major problems installing it. Took us a while to figure out the clips that come with it as the instructions weren't very thorough. The template to cut the countertop hole was bigger than it had to be. Cut it 1/4"-1/2" smaller than the template so you don't have to worry about seeing the gap. The biggest complaint I have is that the bottom doesn't seem to be sloped properly, so it doesn't drain completely. There's always a medium sized puddle of water that just sits in the bottom of the sink and makes unsightly water rings. 3Big and Beautiful Sink Couldn't Be Better This beautiful deep sink will carry multiple roles in everyday life. It sits near the washer and the pantry room, is next to the sunroom (aka mud room in other homes) which hosts the back door entrance. The back door leads to the art studio and the garage, and from there I will lug my brushes, paints, cleaners, and all sorts of art media in which I work, for clean-up. That's why I bought a stainless steel sink, so I can get the paint off without staining the sink.Having just moved into a house that's in the midst of multiple repair jobs, this is the go-to sink for everything from final cleaning of paint brushes, to soaking stained laundry, to washing the watermelons of Summer, for now. Once the greenhouse is in production this sink will also be the first washing stop for all the fresh produce. I'll be looking for a strainer that will fit over the sink.I can put a bucket under the faucet - so handy for mopping up the paint spatters on my unmasked new floors. Sometimes I need to decide whether to spend the time carefully masking and draping plastic or canvas over everything, or to paint carefully and just wipe up the drops as they occur. I can honestly say that this sink is in use every daylight hour of these Summer days of fixing up the fixer.In between repair and polish jobs on the house I fill the watering cans for all my plants in the sunroom, and dump the excess water back into the sink. I think the plumber has been here on average three times per week, and after he installed the sink, finds it's the perfect wash up place. The chimney sweeps' arms were black up to the elbows, with hands full of ash and soot, so I just squirted the scrubbing soap onto their hands and because the sink is so deep they were able to get their whole arms scrubbed off without splashing any of the cruddy stuff onto the countertop, one after the other - and I think that's just dandy.I located a top notch standard laundry faucet with hose threads and the plumber installed it for those days when I'll really need to connect a hose for a special project in the sunroom or back porch. That filled two of the three holes drilled at the back edge. The third hole the plumber filled with a plunger soap dispenser, which now holds my corn based gritty paint scrubbing soap that cleaned up those chimney sweeps and cleans up my paint rollers and brushes too. 5Fits a Bathroom Vanity That's Only 22-1/4" deep Our existing shallow ceramic top-mount sink just wasn't deep enough. I wanted a drop-in stainless utility sink with deep straight walls. It needed to be wide enough to cover the existing hole, but not so large that it didn't fit the 22-1/4" of counter top. This Franke Axis 20" wide fit perfectly. I did have to enlarge the hole in the granite at the front and rear, but now it looks like it was meant to be there.The sink's external dimensions as shown are 20-1/8" wide by 20-9/16" front to back. This means you need to cut a hole that's one inch narrower in both dimensions: 19-1/8" x 19-9/16. My hole ended up being 19-1/2" wide x 19-5/8 because the existing hole was that wide.By the way, to cut the caulking under the existing sink for removal, a vibrating cutter with a knife blade worked remarkably well. Took all of ten minutes to slice through the dried caulk allowing removal of the old sink with no damage to the granite or the original sink.The Franke instructions say to lay out the hole first. Do this by laying the sink face down and tracing around the perimeter, then draw lines 1/2" inside that perimeter.Then drill four 2" holes in the corners. We cut 1-3/8" holes. They worked fine. Then, using a grinder with a 5" diamond drycut blade, saw between the outsides of the holes. Drilling and cutting granite is tricky. Have a shop vac and an assistant holding the hose for dust collection and it really helps to put dropcloths down. Dust goes everywhere. Wear a mask. And hearing protection. You'll probably also need a saber saw or recip saw to cut the underlayment plywood.I positioned the rear of the sink (the three holes) about 1/4" from the backsplash. This means you are cutting into the granite about 3/4" from the backsplash. See the picture.The underside of the stainless sink has four stiffening/mounting lips. These lips determines the actual size of the hole. Up to eight clips can attach to the four lips. Their design allows them to hinge out of the way during installation, then swing down so you can pull the sink down onto the surface. Before you put the caulking down, do a lot of dry fits and make sure your clips can handle the thickness of the countertop. I found a small socket wrench with about 10" of extension worked better than a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the clips. The clips have combination hex-head/Phillips head fasteners, but you cannot push the screwdriver firmly enough to turn the screws. A socket wrench worked.Unfortunately, I had zero room on the left, right and front to use the clips. And the granite plus the underlayment was too thick in several places. I ended up using only two clips, both in the back. So the rear of the sink was held down fast via the clips, but the front was floating free and not pulled down at all. I would need to depend on the silicone caulk adhesive to hold the front and sides down. So, after putting a generous bead of caulking on the deck and attaching the two clips that I could reach and install, I filled the sink with sandbags and tool boxes (anything with a lot of weight) to pull the front edge down. After a couple of days of curing, the sink is now attached to the granite.The sink's lip is about 3/16" above the granite; very low profile and nicely finished.I can't believe the 20" sink fits so perfectly. I now have a beautiful, good-sized, 10"-deep sink that looks great and was only $94.I'm adding two dispensers in the other two faucet holes -- one for dishwashing detergent and one for hand soap.The only con I have is that the rear deck with the three holes is very thin. I have a tall kitchen-type faucet installed. Because the thin stainless is not super rigid, and the faucet is so tall, the faucet "wiggles." It was much more stable when it was installed in a solid granite top. It's too bad Franke could not beef up the underside of the three holes so the aft deck would be stiffer.Other than that, I am totally pleased. And did I mention the sink is TEN inches deep? That's amazing. No water splashes out at all, and I can put almost anything in the sink easily.Great sink. 5OK, hoped for better from a US manufacturer. I really wanted to buy a good quality American made sink. Something old school and made with pride. This just isn't it. The finish is OK, nothing special and really just adequate. My real complaint is the lack of quality when forming the top edge when used in a drop in configuration. The top flange was far from flat and there was no way clamps would pull it in. I have installed many stainless sinks in our facility and this one was the worse I have found for this. Part of the issue is that the top flange is rolled inward and there were several areas near the corners where it wasn't formed correctly. I am handy with metal work, so I dealt with it; but it was time consuming to get it to sit flat and certainly isn't something a US manufacturer should be proud of. 3Beautiful durable sink The sink is beautiful and very deep. We installed this sink in my converted school bus we built. As you can see I have my 13-pound toy poodle in the sink to demonstrate just how wonderfully big the sink is you are able to wash a small dog or cat if they allow you to. This sink holes up very well and does not make clunking sounds when you throw the dishes in it. It looks attractive and I love the depth of it. Even with a sink full of dishes I am able to hide them because it is so deep but it is NOT so deep that you have to bend over and it hurts your back to do the dishes. IT'S WONDERFUL!! Very happy with my purchase. Like others do say though the water does tend to puddle up in the bottom of the sink because of the design I guess but that is not a big deal at all it is very little water if any. I can live with that. This was a larger of the two sinks I believe it was a 20 x 22 5
Franke USA SL103BX Sink, 20 Inches, Stainless Steel

Franke USA SL103BX Sink, 20 Inches, Stainless Steel

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€926,00
Sale price
€926,00
Regular price
€1.530,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€604,00)