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Kitchen Faucet Suggestions

Posted by lnancym (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 5, 12 at 10:56

I need to choose a kitchen faucet in the next few days. I've checked reviews on line and looked at some. I just can't figure out which is the best for me. I'm thinking Delta. I want a pulldown that stays in place when it goes back up. I've seen many that seem to hang an inch or two from the neck. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.


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RE: Kitchen Faucet Suggestions

i have the hansgrohe "talis C" in rubbed bronze and it has a magnetic "catch".. it never hangs and we love it.

i think we got it Quality Bath..best price anywhere..ordered on line, no problems. we did order over a year ago..YMMV


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RE: Kitchen Faucet Suggestions

I have the Delta leland faucet and bar faucet and I like them. I actually like the spayer on the bar faucet better. It has a button to allow you to keep the spray on. My main faucet has a turning dial.

I have no complaints about these faucets. I've ben using them about 4 months and so far, no issues.


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The Elkay works really well, too.

Nancy


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I love my Delta Leland.


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RE: Kitchen Faucet Suggestions

We love our Brizo Belo. This is the slightly higher-end of Delta. The side handle is long enough that I can use the back of my hand to turn it on quite easily - some of the stubbier handles made that hard for me to do. If you shut it off on spray, it turns back on in spray; likewise with stream. It feels very ergonomic and it is simple to go back and forth between spray and stream.

It is also gorgeous.


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