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Old 01-30-2016, 03:03 PM   #1
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Anyone deal with this Miseno brand before? I've honestly not heard of it until today, the customer found it online for a pretty great price. 16 gauge double bowl undermount, with drains and basin racks for $250....apparently regularly over $600
They asked my opinion which I couldn't give not having dealt with them before. Just wanted to check if others knew anything from experience. Thanks.
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Old 01-30-2016, 05:22 PM   #2
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Not shocked about no feedback yet, just wanted to add that it appears these are exclusive to build.com if anyone has dealt with them before as well.

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I'm going through the exact same thing with my client, except it's a Vigo sink. Anyone have experience with them?

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I'm now even more gun shy about unknown sinks. I just did a different job this week. It was a crap install of an under mount sink in a 2cm granite top,plus leaking faucet, wasted supply lines, one side and bottom of cabinet to replace. . The fix was I cut out the sink and did a drop in sink, new faucet, half a sheet of 3/4" cabinet grade ply etc. They bought one of the sinks I directed them towards and last minute returned it for an Amerisink stainless drop in from a plumbing supply guy here that carries some brand names and lots of off brand stuff.

And I thought cutting the granite in place was going to be the most fun Trying to get that sink to suck tight to the top turned out to be the most fun. All I can say is it sure as hell isn't going anywhere nor will it leak, you have to look real close to see the finish in the bowl could have been better..... and they're happy
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