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Franke faucet vs KWC faucet

Posted by meob (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 15, 13 at 11:48

Hello All,

Does anyone have experience with Franke faucets? Are they comparable in quality to KWC?

We are looking for two faucets with a native finish, good water flow, a pull down spray which is easy to get back in the faucet. The models we are considering are KWC sin & eve and the Franke FF2500.

Any help you can provide is appreciated.

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RE: Franke faucet vs KWC faucet

Sorry you did not get a response.

Franke now owns KWC so essentially the two companies are now one.

The main difference is that while both companies are Swiss, KWC actually manufactures its faucets in Switzerland. Franke faucets are manufactured primarily in China.

Only about 9 Franke faucets are actually made in Switzerland. Franke styling is great, but I think Franke prices are a little steep for Chinese faucets.

For a complete run-down of Franke, KWC and about 65 other faucet companies, see Faucet Reviews and Ratings.

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