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Urgent help needed RE: filtration faucet

Posted by eleena (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 22, 13 at 14:27

I am about to pick up where I left my kitchen remodel.

I am inclined to get a Blanco Linus faucet (see link) for my prep sink. I think it is "good enough" and 'safe enough" as I am also going to get a separate filtration faucet - which I want to be a solid stainless steel.

The problem is that Blanco does not have such filtration (or cold water only) faucet. I am leaning toward Waterstone cold water faucets in solid stainless steel construction: 1400-C-SC and 1425-C-SS.

Though 1425-C-SS seems to resemble the shape of Linus more, for some reason I think that 1400-C-SC works better.

What do you think?

Can you recommend another SS filtration or cold water faucet that would work with Linus?

Thank you!

Here is a link that might be useful: Blanco Linus Faucet

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RE: Urgent help needed RE: filtration faucet

I like the 1400 -C-SC Waterstone filtration faucet better with the Blanco Linus also. Both look contemporary and seem to fit well together.

Sorry, I don't know other SS filtration or cold water faucets.

If you're using Fergusons, you might want to mention online prices and see if they will match. :)

RE: Urgent help needed RE: filtration faucet

Thank you, SW!

I was surprised to get a zero response on this board for so long. So, after a *long* wait and much struggle, I bit the bullet and ordered the 1425 yesterday. DH liked it better and it was sort of a safe choice. I think the color on the picture is a "turn-off b/ it looks brown, even though I know it'd be SS. I ordered the Linus too. I couldn't find any reviews but decided to take my chances. It is one of very few pull-outs that I liked in terms of style. KWS Livello is too high and the new Ono is unaffordable. :-(

I keep reminding myself that it is just a faucet. I never pay any attention to other people's faucets... I know I'll have to live with it for a long time but I know I'd stop thinking about - unless it irritates me.

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