Dishmaster M76XL Imperial Four XL, Chrome

$ 345.99
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  • 3-brushes are included.
  • Customize your faucet by selecting your choice of spout height/length and face plate design/color. Like it as it's pictured? Just select "NO, I WANT THE STANDARD . . ."
  • Accessories are displayed and made available for your convenience. And, save 15% when you order them along with your faucet.
  • The M76XL has class and style for any kitchen and is perfect for MidCentury Modern and Retro. This version installs on your sink or countertop for right or left hand use. The hose stores out of sight beneath the sink when not in use. Three brushes are included.
  • Why Dishmaster? The convenient wand delivers hot, soapy water at the touch of a button then simply release the button for a clear water rinse. Scrape, wash, rinse, done in one easy motion. The diverter automatically returns to the closed position when the water flow is turned off. An easily accessible detergent reservoir is conveniently located in the faucet.
  • All your dishes and cookware clean easily with a Dishmaster. Save energy, detergent and water by using only just what you need to get the job done. Great as a pre-rinse for the dishwasher. Safe for china and crystal. Perfect for electric cookware, pots & pans, skillets and coffee pots.
  • THIS FAUCET DOES NOT WALL MOUNT. 4-HOLES ARE REQUIRED. Fits all standard 4-hole sinks.
  • Brass, Copper, ABS construction. Manufactured in the USA.

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Gallery - See it in other people's kitchens

Video - See how it works

Specifications - How it fits on your sink or countertop

Compare - Height and Reach of Spouts on Dishmaster Faucets

Warranty - Limited Manufacturers Warranty

Manual - How to operate and maintain your faucet

Installation - How to install your faucet

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Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
Darrell H. (San Bernardino, CA, US)
Went back in time

Dishmasters have been utilized by my family for over 60 years. I completely remodeled my kitchen 10 years ago and invested in a modern faucet set. When it needed replacing, I went back to the Dishmaster Imperial 4 and I'm glad I did! Tried and true performer which saves a lot of time in the kitchen.


Goes great in our kitchen. Works wonderful.

Nathan S. (Durham, NC, US)
Be the Master of Your Dishes

I recently redid my kitchen and upgraded to a single stalk faucet purchased from a national home repair chain. It was pretty, and the design was cool with the sprayer built in the faucet. However, the small plastic pipes that carried the water were no bigger and a straw. So often my water would just trickle. Can you imagine trying to clean your tea pitcher with trickling water. Ugh! I had to figure out what to do. Then I came across the Dishmaster. I think I saw it on a Facebook site that specialized in mid-century stuff. It hit me like lightning. I remembered my best friend from Junior High, Terry, his family had one of these, in the early 70s. Best of all, the water pipes were separate, so they were the size of a dime, as opposed to a straw, so getting a good supply of water was no problem. I found the website, call the company, and they were very helpful. I bought the best one, Imperial in white, installed it myself. I had to do it four times, but it was just because I was not versed in installation. But I knew immediately what I did wrong. I love it. It makes cleaning a breeze. There's also a quality feel about it. the insides are not plastic, they are steel or metal. And of course the styling. It's a style of it's own. Reminds one of their childhood, but it's different, because it adapted with the times. I have shown my new faucet to all of my friends and they are impressed. If I had to offer a suggestion, the installation instructions used a lot of terms I just wasn't familiar with. I couldn't follow it. So I just installed it without consulting all of the individual steps. This caused some anxiety, but it worked out in the end. Perhaps an appendix is necessary to describe what each part is would help, or just note the name of the part where it's on the diagram.