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This item: KOHLER K-72218-VS Sensate Touchless Kitchen Faucet, Vibrant Stainless
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|Color||Vibrant Stainless||Stainless||Arctic Stainless||Vibrant Stainless|
|Finish||Vibrant Stainless||Arctic Stainless||Arctic Stainless||Stainless|
|Dimensions||15.5 inches x 10.44 inches x 3.75 inches||10.34 inches x 10.34 inches x 5 inches||9.5 inches x 9.5 inches x 4.38 inches||0.37 inches x 0.37 inches x 0.37 inches|
The Response technology of the Sensate touchless kitchen faucet responds to your movements, leaving you to wonder how you ever prepped, cleaned and cooked without it. Tackling daily kitchen tasks often leaves your hands messy, full or even both. KOHLER has simplified and streamlined the kitchen faucet to make your time in the kitchen more efficient. Delivering convenient and hygienic control, this intuitive faucet reduces the threat of cross-contamination. Sensate has many convenient features such as an automatic shutoff safeguard to make cleanup easier.
The Sensate kitchen faucet frees your hands so that you can flow through your kitchen tasks, like messy food prep, without pausing to turn the faucet handle on and off. And you don’t have to worry about spreading the mess and germs to the rest of the kitchen.
The state-of-art sensor responds in 20 milliseconds. Simple wave your hand or a pot or pan through the sensor window for reliable on/off operation. The window begins at the underside of the spout and extends six inches toward the base. Simply wave your hand through the beam to activate the water. If you need to change the water temperature, simply adjust the handle while the faucet is in use.
Sensate features DockNetik, our new magnetic docking system that securely locks the sprayhead in place. With spray and stream capabilities, the dual-function sprayhead makes tough kitchen tasks light work. The braided nylon hose prevents kinks and tangles, and the swiveling ball joint ensures smooth operation with minimal effort.
The fusion of sleek design and workhorse functionality allows you to accomplish kitchen tasks more cleanly and easily. Sensate's signature aesthetic element is the black bonnet - an unexpected touch that adds a subtle detail to its design. A finished-matched bonnet is also available. The strategically placed activation area makes use precise and natural. An LED light near the base of the faucet alerts you that the Sensate is operational and ready to go. And in the event of a power loss, the faucet can be operated manually.
We previously used a "competitor's automatic (batteries required) faucet. Sometimes it worked and other times it failed. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jack L. Hayes
I had my eye on this faucet for awhile but hesitated because I worried installation might be more hassle than it's worth and that the faucet might not perform as expected (If... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chicago Book Addict
We've had this about a month and we all like it a lot. You can override the auto-sensate feature and just use the on/off if you choose. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Tierney
It was great until it stopped working 8 months after installed. After it has not been used in a few hours it has very low flow when it turns on. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David G Fitzgerald
Not worth the money due to the poor quality solenoid that Kohler is using. the solenoid is the electronic value that controls water delivery (on/off) via the touchless sensor. Read morePublished 3 months ago by LauraMOM
I purchased the Kohler faucet after spending far too much time trying to choose between Kolher, Moen, or Delta. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rich-Ridgewood,NJ
This is the most convenient touchless facucet I've installed. The only downside is that steam from something you put in the sink will set off the sensor. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Woznicki