Kingston Brass Kingston Brass K161A8 Shower Diverter Satin Nickel P3438300 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/EOD/EOD-K161A8.jpg Kingston Brass K161A8 Shower Diverter Satin Nickel 3438300 0.55lbs 1.19 2.62 2.98
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Kingston Brass K161A8 Shower Diverter, Satin Nickel

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  • Model:
    EOD-K161A8     Have Questions ?
  • UPC:
    663370097904
  • List Price:
    $44.95
  • Price:
    $ 23.82
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  • Quantity:
20 In Stock

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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: K161A8

The solid brass flow diverter consists of two connecting holes, one to filter water through the hand shower and the other to the shower head. The lever provides transference of water switching from one valve to the next. The diverter is built in strong solid brass construction made for durability and reliability.

  • Constructed in high quality brass
  • 1/2" IPS Inlet
  • 1/2" IPS outlet
  • Beautiful premier finish
  • Designed for a lifetime of exceptional performance

    Finish: Satin Nickel
    Type: Faucet
    Subtype: Faucet & Fixture Components
    Collection: Plumbing Parts
    Materials: Brass
    Theme: Classic

  • NOTE: International/PO box deliveries are not available.




    Product Specifications

    ConditionNew


    Product Warranty

    This item has a (10) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY.



    Restricted States

    This product does not ship to the APO address and the following addresses: HI, AK, PR.


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