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Flow Motion Activated Kitchen Faucet w/ Motion Sensor & Pull-Down Sprayer EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Flow Motion Activated Kitchen Faucet w/ Motion Sensor & Pull-Down Sprayer on sale for $109. Shipping is free or select free ship-to-store pickup where available. Thanks brisar

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I'm ready to change my batteries for the first time as the response time has gotten sluggish after almost three (3) YEARS. Best faucet I've ever owned. No leaks/drips.
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I am not an early tech adapter - especially to what I perceive as unnecessary and something that could be prone to malfunction on a very critical kitchen appliance like a faucet. That said, the last time this was on sale I took a leap and bought it. I could not be happier. Super easy to get used to. My 6 year old loves it because he can reach the nozzle and when he pulls it down it automatically turns on so he can help rinse dishes off, then turns back off when he pushes it back in, voila! 6 months and not a single issue with reliability - Highly recommend!
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totally recommend it. Got it back in April for $99 and love it. Install was super easy. You will need a basin wrench [lowes.com] to uninstall the existing faucet.
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I'm ready to change my batteries for the first time as the response time has gotten sluggish after almost three (3) YEARS. Best faucet I've ever owned. No leaks/drips.
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Have this for about a year... takes a lil bit to get used to it but works and looks great!
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Have had about 2.5 Years. No issues and no battery changes.
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I'm ready to change my batteries for the first time as the response time has gotten sluggish after almost three (3) YEARS. Best faucet I've ever owned. No leaks/drips.
Mine started to drip a small amount of water at the handle when shutting it off after about a year. A call to the company and they mailed a new cartridge right out. Customer service seems great and I really like the faucet also.
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I am not an early tech adapter - especially to what I perceive as unnecessary and something that could be prone to malfunction on a very critical kitchen appliance like a faucet. That said, the last time this was on sale I took a leap and bought it. I could not be happier. Super easy to get used to. My 6 year old loves it because he can reach the nozzle and when he pulls it down it automatically turns on so he can help rinse dishes off, then turns back off when he pushes it back in, voila! 6 months and not a single issue with reliability - Highly recommend!
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Have this as well and am extremely happy with it especially for the price. Easy to install and love the functionality. Now it's hard getting used to other people's faucets without the sensor.
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Been down to $99 before multiple times
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Got it for $99 last time and it's worth way more than that in value. Love it.
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Got mine at $99 last time. Love it!
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totally recommend it. Got it back in April for $99 and love it. Install was super easy. You will need a basin wrench [lowes.com] to uninstall the existing faucet.
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Are there any faucets on the market that do both motion *and* touch? I think I'd prefer touch but really would be okay with just one of the two, though both seems like it'd be ideal.
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Are there any faucets on the market that do both motion *and* touch? I think I'd prefer touch but really would be okay with just one of the two, though both seems like it'd be ideal
You can use this one either way. If you don't want motion feature, either remove the battery or cover the sensor. Then handle works like a normal faucet.
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