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Touchless faucets are amazing. One caveat is the ones with the sensor in front like in the picture. If you hand wash dishes (I know, dishwashers save water etc etc, hard to break in-law habits) it trips the sensor on and off which can get very annoying
They use batteries that installs in a box under the sink.

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I bought the touchless a month or two back when it was on sale. AMAZING! Auto turns on when you pull the extender and shuts off when it gets put back. You can wave your hand in front of the sensor and it goes for 3 minutes or you just wave your hand again and it turns off.

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Touchless faucets are amazing. One caveat is the ones with the sensor in front like in the picture. If you hand wash dishes (I know, dishwashers save water etc etc, hard to break in-law habits) it trips the sensor on and off which can get very annoying
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Do the touchless require batteries or an outlet to plug in?
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No bronze.. Bummer
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Got this last time and I like it. My back splash is a bit close so it doesn't go all the way to full hot but it's fine. The pull down hose is not as long as my former one so it's not as easy to rinse around my deep and wide sink.
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Do the touchless require batteries or an outlet to plug in?
They use batteries that installs in a box under the sink.
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Do the touchless require batteries or an outlet to plug in?
Like 4 AA Batteries (not included)
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Do the touchless require batteries or an outlet to plug in?
It does have the ability to plug in if you buy a cord/adapter, but I use with batteries. Works well so far
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It does have the ability to plug in if you buy a cord/adapter, but I use with batteries. Works well so far
Can you point me towards the adapter? I was reading through the install intructions and it mentions that it's available on the home depot website, but I can't find it.
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Can you point me towards the adapter? I was reading through the install intructions and it mentions that it's available on the home depot website, but I can't find it.
Search AC adapter on Amazon
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Can you point me towards the adapter? I was reading through the install intructions and it mentions that it's available on the home depot website, but I can't find it.
Adaptor is good idea for sure but know that if power goes out, water doesn't flow on the model I have. Batteries last 6mo to an year before having to change. Just FYI
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Like 4 AA Batteries (not included)
FWIW - Mine came with batteries last week.
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Avoid glacier bay junk
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