|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 1 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||N3610CH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- features three adjustable spray settings for optimal task performance and maximum water savings
- 0.5 GPM flow rate for soaping, 1.0 GPM for washing, and 1.5 GPM for a powerful rinse mode
- aerator produces a pressure-compensated stream that performs well at any water pressure
- Simply twist the faucet aerator to match your desired task
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This one is a pleasant change. While it's technically a sprayer rather than an aerator, the affect is close enough.
I use it in the kitchen where a standard low-flow fixed aerator gets annoying quick when trying to fill a pot for pasta or make coffee. The high setting isn't a garden hose, but it's plenty quick.
It's small, easy to adjust, and keeps setting you choose (unlike some that auto-switch to "low" every time you turn the water off). And it has a clean design that looks factory, not like some cheesy $1 store junk that most of these things look like.
4 star vs 5: I only wish it was brass rather than plastic, but none of the others are brass either.
It fits standard inside or outside threads (comes with the adapter) and so should fit most any kitchen or bathroom sink.
That said, if you're like me and drink directly from the sink after brushing your teeth...I wouldn't recommend this for the bathroom. The "shower" it produces isn't solid enough to drink from directly. If you rinse from a cup you're fine.
|Length: 1:09 Mins|
shaving/rising shaving blade/rinsing toothbrush - maybe use the 1.5 gpm mode to increase pressure
It seems solid enough. I had some trouble figuring out the threading onto my faucet because of an internal washer in my faucet. Once i pulled that out, threading this one was a breeze. I am happy with my purchase.
For 6 odd dollars, i am now happy that i do not waste as much water as a 2.2gpm aerator.
the municipality charges 2.64$ for 784 gallons ( 1 ccf).
Shaving -5 min @ 2.2 gpm = 11gpm is the amount of water consumed. Now divide 748/11= 68 shaves
shaving - 5 min @ 1.5gpm = 7.5 gpm is the amount of water consumed. Now divide 748/7.5 = 99.73 shaves
It seems very minimal but compound this over a period of years for a family. I calculated these for 1 person. What if there are 3/4 people in a family using this faucet everyday? You get the idea.
We are on a septic system and need to control how much water we waste. With 4 kids I keep it on .5 GPM and noone ever complains. It rinses hands and toothbrushes very well. I would work great on a kitchen sink too. Lots of power for such a little water used.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good product but the spurt is not what I expected : it is like a multi spurt and it is not clearly written...Published 17 days ago by Oxlow
I wanted this for the kitchen sink, did not work, but for the bathroom, awesome!!!Published 1 month ago by bug2
I love this! The stream is better than I expected! Will save water!Published 2 months ago by Bill S
Using in motorhome. Great gadget. Allows conservative flow when needed, and stronger flow when desired. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sunshine state retiree
Works excellent, I like the 3 options to change the water rate from .5, 1, 1.5. I leave it on .5 unless someone needs more water then then can move it up. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steve McGuffey
It works well, but the plastic threads are terrible. After bumping it with a plate, it popped off. Then it would no longer stay on under pressure. Read morePublished 3 months ago by opus8104
I've used for about 30 days now. It comes with instructions for internal threads or external threads, and I fitted it to our faucet within one minute. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Mayo