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Cleans your dishes and your bottom!
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We bought this earlier this year. So far it works great! I think our hot water takes a little longer to get hot with this faucet, but not sure if that's just in my head our due to faucet. This thing is great!!
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$115 for the Chrome is the cheapest motion-activated sprayer kitchen faucet I've found and has 4.5+ star rating. I've been scoping this item and it hasnt been this cheap since I started looking a few months ago.

Also looks to be available in different colors but slightly more expensive @ $125.00 in Brushed Nickel and $135.00 in Oil Rubbed Bronze

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Flow-.../300358864
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do people realize how difficult it is to replace a kitchen sink faucet? Spend all that time and effort to save $200? Buy a quality product when replacing something which has a lot of elbow grease involved. I once replaced the kitchen faucet with a $100 costco one and have always regretted that decision. The thing starting malfunctioning after 1.5 years. It tool another 1 year for me to replace it with a moen faucet.
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Is it just me or does 'bidet' and washing dishes and hands seem awkward...

I do prefer the Delta Touch2O over a simple single sensor at the bottom of the faucet.
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do people realize how difficult it is to replace a kitchen sink faucet? Spend all that time and effort to save $200? Buy a quality product when replacing something which has a lot of elbow grease involved. I once replaced the kitchen faucet with a $100 costco one and have always regretted that decision. The thing starting malfunctioning after 1.5 years. It tool another 1 year for me to replace it with a moen faucet.
First of all this is a very high-quality product check the reviews and the reviews from people that actually have this on previous threads. I replaced my old Moen with this and couldn't be happier this thing is absolutely fantastic!

Now another thing, the minute you said changing a kitchen water faucet was difficult you lost all credibility. if changing a faucet is difficult for you, you need to stop changing faucets and hire people that know what they're doing.
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kitchen faucets are used more than any other valve in the house usually. make sure the valves or pieces inside are industry standard. nothing worse than having to replace a non standard valve...
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i bought this last time it was on sale and like it (Did have a plumber install). i like it and actually prefer the pull down (Auto on / auto off feature) more than the touchless feature.

my only comment is that since the handle is on the side it needs to move completely forwards for cold or completely back for hot. if you have a thick back splash (mine is 1" granite) it may hinder the handle from going completely back so i did have to turn the handle just a few degrees sideways to allow for clearance.
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Not to deter OP post, I'm sure it's a quality product but for those interested in straight forward, working, reliable, and hardware that just feel good look at Kraus hardware for kitchens. HD and Lowes sell them online and do not carry them in store. Sure motion sensors are cool, but it's just another part to break and as far as I see it, if it's not in a high class commercial kitchen odds are there is a reason.

Even the higher line of Delta (diamond) and Moen stuff is sometimes(not always) as quality as Kraus products.

Kraus does all the work for you as well. They track every order so if you ever have warranty work they can track down where you bought it from if you give them your address it was shipped to.

My gf was pretty pissed how much $ I spent on the faucet and sink. ($600 or so) but every time someone walks into the kitchen they always compliment on it. It's been almost 2 years and still no one noticed that I removed the garbage disposal, which isn't needed on a sink with a proper catch drain FYI.

https://www.homedepot.com/b/Kitch...vZar0kZ9g6
https://www.homedepot.com/s/kraus...ink?NCNI-5
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I got confused and clean my bottom with the kitchen faucet and my dishes with the bidet!
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do people realize how difficult it is to replace a kitchen sink faucet? Spend all that time and effort to save $200? Buy a quality product when replacing something which has a lot of elbow grease involved. I once replaced the kitchen faucet with a $100 costco one and have always regretted that decision. The thing starting malfunctioning after 1.5 years. It tool another 1 year for me to replace it with a moen faucet.
A year to install the Moen? Think of how much labor cost you saved, paying a plumber would have been enormously expensive. FWIW, I don't mean to brag, but I usually do these in 1-2 hours including removal and cleanup.
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do people realize how difficult it is to replace a kitchen sink faucet? Spend all that time and effort to save $200? Buy a quality product when replacing something which has a lot of elbow grease involved. I once replaced the kitchen faucet with a $100 costco one and have always regretted that decision. The thing starting malfunctioning after 1.5 years. It tool another 1 year for me to replace it with a moen faucet.
You unscrew the washer under your counter. Disconnect the hot and cold water. Pull faucet out.

Put new faucet in. Tighten washer. Connect hot and cold water. Remember to use teflon tape.

Am I missing something?
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