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Old 07-13-2012, 08:37 AM   #1
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What's the opinions on this new technology faucet? Just bought one- haven't installed yet (waiting on new counter top) also- is t say to install? Husband has installed other faucets - anything we need to know before attempting?

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Old 07-13-2012, 09:59 AM   #2
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Been around for about twenty or so years. Tried and tested technology. Personally has no place in the home, but each their own. Only time I would use it, is if the person was phsically unable to use their wrists to push the handles.

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I hate them. Hooking them up is a pain. Too much extra stuff underneath the sink IMO.


You still have to turn the faucet to the on position. Once it is on, then you can touch it to turn it on and off. Seems kinda pointless to me really.
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Just one more thing to fail.
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And that it did- we too the batteries out- pain in the neck- never worked right- at times it felt like we were on an episode of candid camera - on/off on it's own.. Don't buy it
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