- Modern, Contemporary faucet in a Matte Black finish. The M70MB Sapphire's full 360 degree rotation of the spout allows the valve handles to be positioned wherever you choose. Install on your sink or countertop. 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 if water pressure and water conditions allow.
- 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.
- Install on your sink or countertop surfaces up to 1-3/4" thick. Requires two holes spaced minimum 4" on centers for installation and fits all standard kitchen sinks. Position the wand on either side of the spout for right-hand or left-hand use. An easily accessible 72-ounce detergent reservoir is conveniently located beneath the sink.
- Brass. Manufactured in the USA of US and foreign parts.
Follow these links to dig into the details:
Gallery - see it in other people's kitchens
Video - See how it works
Specifications - see how the faucet 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
Example Installations - Different ways you can install your faucet
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My mother had a dishmaster and I have loved the last 4 I have had. While this model is very cool looking, I have experienced the diverter sticking. You don't always notice this and as a result the spray drenches whatever is in its path. I have tried WD-40 with marginal success. Any suggestions?
Firstly, I have been using a Dishmaster since I was a kid in Detroit in the 1950's. So I am a total fan and pretty much had one since then. Most of the time it was some version of the traditional Imperial model that is so old fashioned looking and unchanged that it is becoming retro cool. Upgraded to an M2000 Century about 15 years ago which was more compact but hardly stylish. Finally got a Sapphire Low Arc Matte Black and gotta say it is one sharp looking faucet. The water control and diverter operate a little differently but the basic Dishmaster wand operation is the same as usual. The soap container goes below the sink and I swapped in a larger tank (1 gal) so only need to refill every few weeks.
I installed it myself. Followed the directions carefully but it took a while as working on your back under the sink is a pain in the neck. A basin wrench will be most helpful. It only required a second person to hold the faucet in place when doing the final tightening from below. Otherwise it might rotate. You might need to fiddle with the wand hose connections so the hose hangs in such a way that it doesn't hook on anything when you pull the wand out. I guess the only minor drawback of this wand design is the hose and wand will likely get wet during use and then drip below when returned to the holder. Minor issue for sure.
A good product with some contemporary flair if you want to upgrade from the classic Dishmaster stylings. Solid, good quality.
I've used Dishmaster faucets since 1972...now that's a loyal customer!