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Rohl Aqui Single Hole Kitchen Faucet w Spray Unlacquered Brass Finish

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Original price $350.00 - Original price $350.00
Original price
$350.00 - $350.00
Current price $350.00

PRODUCT FEATURES (from product website)

  • Previously installed/used Rohl Single Hole Kitchen Faucet in Unlacquered Brass
  • Displays wear/patina, will likely polish up with some elbow grease and brass cleaner if desired. High quality plumbing fixture. 
  • Everything included is shown in photos, has not been tested on site
  • Inspired by the ornate, yet classically-styled architectural influences of the Greek and Roman thermal spas of Acqui.

    Rohl A3608/11LMWS-2 Features:

    • Covered under Rohl's limited lifetime warranty
    • Faucet body constructed of brass
    • Coordinates with products from the Acqui line seamlessly
    • Single hole mounting type
    • Deck mounted faucet installs directly to sink or countertop
    • Swivel spout rotates 360 degrees which allows for greater access to all areas of the sink
    • Single lever handle controls the flow and temperature of water
    • Side spray included – diverts water to sprayer to aid with a variety of kitchen tasks

    Rohl A3608/11LMWS-2 Specifications:

    • Height: 10-7/8" (deck to top of faucet)
    • Spout Height: 7-7/8" (deck to spout outlet)
    • Spout Reach: 11" (center of faucet body to center of spout outlet)
    • Flow Rate: 1.5 gallons-per-minute
    • Faucet Holes: Single Hole
    • Faucet Hole Size: 2-5/16"
    • Max Deck Thickness: 2-3/16" (cannot mount on thicker decks)
    • Side Spray Height: 6-7/16"


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