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Mixing Rohl Triflow with Modern Lux Pulldown

Posted by CT_Newbie (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 23, 13 at 11:11

Hi! What do you folks think of mixing and matching within the same brand?

Specifically, the Rohl Triflow for my prep sink (17x17") with a soap dispenser. I want to be able to get drinking water from the island

http://www.rohlhome.com/Water-Filtration/Product_Detail.aspx?ProductID=U.1293LS1875&Collection=1636&SubCollection=1875&ConnectionString=%22Search.1293%22

With this Rohl Modern Luxe (there's also another pulldown without the flare) I like the idea of a pulldown vs. a sprayer

http://www.rohlhome.com/Kitchen/Product_Detail.aspx?ProductID=R7505-21659&Collection=1620&SubCollection=1659&ConnectionString=%22Search.modern lux%22

Both would have same soap dispenser?

http://www.rohlhome.com/Kitchen/Product_Detail.aspx?ProductID=LS750L1642&Collection=1616&SubCollection=1642&ConnectionString=%22Search.soap dispenser%22

I am having a hard time finding exactly what I want in the same exact style? If I went with same style, I would have to get a separate water filter and might have to put it on the main sink and use a pull down on the prep and farm sink (but I'm not sure I've worked out all the pieces to this combo)

Thanks!


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RE: Mixing Rohl Triflow with Modern Lux Pulldown

I have the Modern Lux at my farm sink and at my bar sink I have the bar sink version of Modern Lux (without sprayer) and then just the faucet that came with the water filter. I think the tri-flow would also work well too. I don't have soap dispensers at either sink though - just a little bottle of soap.


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