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Kraus

Kraus PU-11CH Pop Up Drain with Overflow Chrome

3.6
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Description

  • Lead-free Brass construction
  • Superior finish is corrosion & rust-resistant
  • Designed to work with above-counter vessel sinks with overflow
  • Fits standard 1.75 inch drain opening
  • All rubber gaskets included for installation
  • Designed to Work w/ Above-Counter Vessel Sinks w/ Overflow
  • Fits Standard 1.75" Drain Opening

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Customer Reviews

Don't buy - they leak and the pop up plugs don't plug the waterThese are leaky and even if you get the leaks stopped with plumbers putty and Teflon tape, the pop up plug part doesn't always hold the water in the sink. My husband is still trying to get a fix for the pop up plug. We bought four of these Pop Up Drains when we remodeled our upstairs bathrooms. We bought them because we also bought the Kraus sinks and all the review recommended using the Kraus pop up drains because they fit better in the sinks. That is the only part of those reviews that was accurate. Out of four, three leaked. We called Kraus' customer service number twice and depending upon who we spoke to, were told to try different things. The leaks stopped when we used plumbers putty (above and below) and Teflon tape on the threads. After getting the leaks to stop, we filled the sinks with water to make sure the pop up plugs worked. Out of four, 3 would not hold water. Kraus send us four new drains. Out of those four, 1 pop up plug still does not hold water. So basically it took 8 drains to get three to work and none of them were leak proof using the included instructions. My poor husband has installed and uninstalled and reinstalled these things more times that I can count at this point. I honestly cannot recommend these. Also, the plug part of this kit is huge. It looks pretty big inside a bathroom sink; more like a tub pop up.1Works fine. Solid Brass construction. It does what it's supposed to do. It pops up nicely. It looks nice. I don't foresee having any problems with it.I had to buy a longer flanged tube for it. It comes with a 6" one, and of course I needed a 12". That would be a nice option if they offered it. Hint-Hint! 5Great drain - How to stop the leaksInstalled 3 of these in my home. They all leaked badly. After some research, I came up with a fix that stopped all leaks. Take the silicon/rubber gasket that goes on the upper side of the sink and coat both sides with Plumbers Putty. On the drain, I wrapped the threads with Teflon Tape starting at the overflow and going down. Also wrapped where the tail pipe attaches. One or two times around wasn't enough. I did 3-4 complete wraps. Once attached, I used a strap wrench and tightened it securely. No leaks on any of the three.5THESE LEAK. DO NOT install according to directions, use PUTTY & TEFLON TAPE I have four Kraus-branded square vessel sinks with this pop-up drain and ALL of them leaked when using the included silicone gaskets. I spent time dealing with Kraus tech support via email, and finally got a call from a US-based tech agent after trying to call in several times and trying to deal with a non-US tech support that was completely useless. They even sent me replacement gaskets, just in case. I was told to tighten the nut on the bottom more, then less. They said it wasn t seated correctly...it WAS. After damaging the bottom of two cabinets because of the leaking, they suggested I assemble the sink and the pop-up drain outside and look for leaks...it still leaked.It leaks BADLY from the threads, and once we finally used Teflon tape, we got it to stop leaking through the threads, only to start leaking above the top silicone washer. Kraus said specifically that there is no need for Teflon tape. HA!THERE IS ONLY ONE SOLUTION TO THIS INSTALLATION PROBLEM. Kraus CLAIMS that this isn t necessary, but let me save you time and headaches. Totally IGNORE their installation instructions. Don t use the silicone gasket that goes under the drain topside (in the sink). TOSS IT. Get plumber s putty and put a LARGE rope of putty around the pop-up drain, then push the drain into the hole. If plumber s putty squooshes (technical term) from under the drain, then you have enough. Scrape off the excess with your fingernail. Then wrap the tail pipe at the very top of the threads with Teflon tape...at least FIVE wraps, possibly more if that doesn t stop the leaking.Kraus, I have installed sinks in the past, so I m not a complete newbie. I bought FIVE Kraus sinks for a major remodel, and have had problems with all of them. My guess is that plumbers are installing these and using putty, and Kraus just hasn t bothered to ask plumbers if they re having problems with them.I d love to think it s as easy as using the nice little silicone gaskets, but save yourself the headache and use this installation method before you damage your vanity sink bases.2Don't Waste Your Time The unit is poorly manufactured. The supplied extension will not fit into custom traps like DECOLAV. The rubber seal fails to seal the drain body because the drain body is too thin, so it seals along the outer most edge, tighten it up and the seal slips inside the drain body.... PURE JUNK! Contacted the seller twice, they NEVER retuned my calls. Threw item in trash... not worth the hassle. When to a BIG BOX store and bought a DECOLAV... fits and works perfectly! 1Nice drain but read this before installation!This is a little bit of a statement piece as the head of the pop up drain is quite large compared to most of the others I have seen, but seems well made and came with quality parts. The reason for four stars is because installing as the directions showed gave us a small leak at the base of the sink no matter what we did. My dad has installed countless drains for us over the years and we had trouble with this one because of one of the washers. It has a concave washer and the picture doesn't show which way it should go on in the directions that came with it. The picture on Amazon shows the concave portion facing up toward the sink, which is how we tried first. We ended up switching it to where the concave side of the washer faced down and it fixed the problem and we haven't had any trouble since. Made for a frustrating 20 minutes trying to find out why is was leaking, but looks great now.4Excellent replacement for old style Rube Goldberg popup drainsExcellent replacement for old style Rube Goldberg popup drains. The head is wider than the standard popup which my wife and I don't mind. In the event of a hair or debris clog, simply unscrew the head and remove the debris. No build up around an actuator rod as there is none. A number of reviewers mentioned leakage problems around the securing nut under the basin and recommended plumber's putty. Plumber's putty will not stop the leak because of the design of overflow basins. Simply wrap the threads with several layers of Teflon tape (or if you are a belts and suspenders type, paint a coat of Teflon pipe dope on the threads before wrapping it) hand tighten the nut and give it a turn with a wrench until you meet firm resistance. Don't over tighten. I have installed two of these in my own home and several for customers with zero problems. Most likely you will have to install a tailpiece extender so be sure to have one on hand before you start.5Make sure you get an original kraus.I odered two of these, they came in white boxes with bubble wrap. One of them leaked so I returned it and got a replacement. The replacement came in a black box that said kraus on it with a very fancy packaging inside and the quality is much better and seems to be a bit heavier. I wish I returned both so I would have two good ones now. The items I received in the begining look like cheep imitations full of flashing in the metal. Compared to the replacement I got, I would rate that one a five. So its a great drain looks beautiful just make sure you get delivered an original kraus drain.1They look good, and do the jobWe have now purchased 4 of these pop-up drains, 2 with overflow, two without. They look good, and do the job. The first two were installed a year ago by our plumber. This year we updated another bathroom and purchased two more with overflow ( different sink design) which we installed ourselves without difficulty.Pros: Does the job, looks good, easy to install.Cons: None.Conclusion: We have purchased several products from Kraus and have never been disappointed with the quality or price. You cannot go wrong with these drains.5Great qualityThis is a great quality item, don't waste your time buying retail junk.I had bought another unit at the store I bought my vanity from which was a total piece of junk. First it had no instructions, the overflow cutouts were completely jagged and unfinished which would catch hair and other goop. The size was off, nothing at the local hardware stores was a proper fit and no matter what we did for 3 days of messing around, it leaked. By the time we were done, it was too damaged to even return.I ordered this from Amazon and got it in two days with free Prime shipping (always a plus). This had instructions (what a novel idea) and was packaged nicely. As soon as I opened it, I could tell it was better quality. The overflows look machine finished. The bottom extension pipe threads over the drain threads so water goes straight down. (You'd think this would be a common sense design, but the first unit threaded inside and even with tape, putty and washers, would leak). This has the nice umbrella popup that looks classy in my remodeled bathroom.Overall, this was a great purchase. If I hadn't bought the more expensive piece of junk first, I might not have realized that, but it was a good lesson learned.5Another nice Kraus product although sealing rings could use improvement. I am generally a big fan of Kraus products, although their prices have increased dramatically in last 2 years on some of their sinks, I believe due to them realizes what the competition was selling their inferior sinks for. Bought this to replace a standard drain that was too close to the backsplash to work. We tried two others from Big Box stores and didn't like either, as one was mostly painted plastic or thermocoated and the other was half metal, half cheap plastic. Only downside to Kraus is the rubber ring for under the sink is just too soft and should be quality rubber. I just couldn't get a great seal and finally modified it with a rubber ring from a hardware store. Change out that )1 part and its a 5 star product 4Like other said This one is much high quality than the one I see at local stores at the same price range $30. Like other said, the chrome cap is huge and beautiful too. Installation is easy with two pieces pipe 1 1/4 size. You need to have plumber putty. I tried without and it leaks so the putty will fix the problem sealing the sink with it. I use a 10 year old Kohler sink replacing the old style pull-up drainer and I can't be happier. 5Very good!I added this to an Ikea sink to eliminate the Swedish rube goldberg plumbing on it. (I bought a 10" deep sink that did not allow room for the Swede's idea of plumbing.) This Kraus fitting was well-made. I did toss out the upper washer and used plumber's putty. Underneath I added plumber's putty to the flexible washer-sink interface (sink molding was very uneven) and to the hard washer-flexible washer interface. No leaks. The pop-up assembly works best if it is not tightened into the drain. Leave it a little loose and it works like charm. Oh, this was the overflow drain version. Just don't fill the overflow drain holes with putty.5Another Nice drain, junk instructions--LEAK solution here! I too have a Kohler sink. The problem I saw was that the water left standing in the overflow was seeping through the threads of the drain nut. The rubber seals don't reach into the drain threads to seal. My solution was to wrap the drain threads with teflon tape above (into the overflow a bit) and below (the nut area). This permits the rubber drain seal to seal agains the teflon tape and the teflon tape to seal the threads. So far so good. 4Well made but not well engineeredChanging a sink and faucet in a bathroom and have used Kraus sinks in the past and loved the quality. Read some not so hot reviews on this after I ordered it but decided to go ahead. Just like other complaints the seal / washers that come with this, coupled with the very coarse threads for attachment to the sink do not allow for a watertight installation, With a very particular sink type it might work but my plumber and myself had a difficult time get the drain to the P trap sealed, still messing with that even after applying silicone at the joints. This unit and it's fitting need to bere-thought...love the cosmetics ..dislike the performance!3
Kraus PU-11CH Pop Up Drain with Overflow Chrome

Kraus PU-11CH Pop Up Drain with Overflow Chrome

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€59,00
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€96,00
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