Barclay I761-ML Cobar Bridge Lever Handles Lavatory Faucet without Overflow

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Barclay I761-ML Details
Barclay Cobar Bridge Lever Handles Lavatory Faucet without Overflow

Barclay's Cobar Bridge Faucet features a low spout, creating a unique look for your bath. Handles: located above the spout for easy access. Solid brass construction translates to years of reliable service.

Key Features

  • Solid brass construction
  • 8" Centers
  • Low arched spout
  • Metal lever handles
  • Pop-up drain without overflow included
I761-ML Specifications

CA and VT Low-Lead Standards Compliant: No
Collection: Cobar
Countertop to bottom of aerator: 1-3/8
Country of Origin: United States
Depth: 6-1/2
Drain Included: Yes
Escutcheons diameter: 2-1/4
Finish: Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Polished Brass, Polished Nickel
Handles: 4" L x 6-1/4" H
Height: 6-1/2
Maximum Flow Rate-UOM (GPM): 2.2
Spout Height: 2.5
Spout Reach: 4.25
Style: Traditional
Type: Widespread
WaterSense Certified: No
Width: 14

I761-ML is listed under the following SKUs

I761-MLBN
Brushed Nickel
I761-MLORB
Oil Rubbed Bronze
I761-MLPN
Polished Nickel
I761-MLCP
Chrome
I761-MLPB
Polished Brass

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5.0

Nice Faucet

By Biggie J

from Lewisville Texas

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Clean
  • Easy To Install
  • Functions Smoothly
  • Sturdy Materials

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Master Bathroom

    Comments about Barclay Cobar Bridge Lever Handles Lavatory Faucet without Overflow:

    Installed 2 faucets in the master bath. The hardest thing was getting the old ones out. No instructions included to speak of, but if you have even a basic knowlegde of plumbing, install was a piece of cake.

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