IKEA Reviews

RINGSKAR Single lever kitchen faucet


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Extendable spout makes cleaning dishes easier.
Function to reduce water flow without affecting the pressure. Saves water and energy.
Adjustable water temperature. Top temperature can be preset.
Cartridge with hard, durable ceramic discs/seals. Can withstand high friction that occurs when the discs interact to regulate water temperature.

Brass, Nickel plated, Epoxy coating

Care: Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened with water and a mild dish detergent or soap, if necessary.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Never use scouring powder, steel wool or a detergent that is calcium-dissolving, sour or contains alcohol or an abrasive.

Good to know: Complies with European standard.
The kitchen faucet can be used in high-pressure systems. Tested to manage a pressure of max. 10 bar (145 PSI). Recommended working pressure: 1.0 - 5.0 bar (14.5 PSI - 72.5 PSI).
Swivel spout.
Connection hoses with 3/8" connection included. Connection length: 13 3/4".
To be mounted in a 1 3/8" hole in a max. 2 3/4" thick sink/countertop.
Max. temperature hot water system 176


Room: Kitchen

Item type: Sinks & faucets, Faucets

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One Review

  1. Rocco Loroc says:

    This photo looks like the Ringskar model that has the pull-out faucet, that’s not the one I’m reviewing. I’m reviewing the standard, non-pull-out model.

    The Ringskar looks great, good price, small footprint, simple to install. That’s where the good ends.

    This Ringskar faucet CAN NOT adapt to any aerator on the US market; if you need to attach a dishwasher hose, a spray attachment, steer clear of the Ringskar faucet. It’s also more like a bar faucet, rather than a kitchen faucet, a hard stream of water.

    IKEA has fallen into the China trap, items look good, but fail miserably in basic quality. The Ringskar faucet I purchased proved defective in short course; the lever mechanism separated from the faucet body, after less than 6 months of purchase and exceedingly light use. The durability should be NO STARS.

    IKEA is coasting on it’s former reputation; good quality and design at a fair price. Ah, the days of yore no more.

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