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kwc ono faucet questions

Posted by AndraB (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 23, 12 at 3:16

I know there are many KWC faucet fans here. I love the looks of their ONO faucet. I'd be very grateful if anyone can answer the following --

1) Does the ONO's "dainty" lever work "perfectly for years to come" as KWC's literature states? If so, how long have you been using this faucet? (I have three kids, so I have to ask!)

2) I think I understand the aesthetic and ergonomic benefits and drawbacks of the pull-out and pull-down options. Do you feel that the pull-out spray swivel (bigger head) is equally as functional as the pull-down aerator model (narrow head at the end of the gooseneck-shaped faucet)?


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RE: kwc ono faucet questions

I have both the pull out Ono (prep sink) and the pull down (main sink).

The dainty lever works just fine. I've had this faucet for more than 2 years now. I have 2 kids that use it too :)

I would say the pull out is as equally as functional in a big sink. In my main sink I like how the pull down makes it easy to rinse dishes upside down. The pull out feels more forceful which might make rinsing the sink a little easier.


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RE: kwc ono faucet questions

Thanks so much, Marcy! I sincerely appreciate your feedback.


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