Talis S Pull-Down Prep Kitchen Faucet with Magnetic Docking & Non-Locking Spray Diverter
Sleek but Lame
This faucet requires you to press the spray button at all times if you want the spray to work. This is not mentioned in this website and even when I spoke with the rep over the phone he thought it was a deffected item just like I did but when I spoke with Hansgrohe they told me that that is how it works, after all who needs both hands to wash their dishes right? It is so annoying and lame, who in their right mind came out with this concept? And please Faucetdirect, state that in your site.
February 21, 2012
This faucet does it all
I like everything about this faucet--even its size. I chose this faucet because I needed a diameter at the base of only 2 inches. Luckily, all other features of the faucet proved to be what I would have chosen, if I had the benefit of using them first. The weighted magnetic spray nozzle is easy to use and assures that the spray head returns effortlessly to its proper place. Unlike some other faucets, this one allows you to alternate between spay and full without turning off the water--really an excellent feature. The faucet arches so that if turned on at full force the water goes directly into my disposal opening without splashing in the sink. Also great. The side mounted handle is easy to use so that you can vary the force of the water and change temperature with no effort. The stainless steel finish goes well with my 33 inch Elkay sink and stainless appliances. I chose the prep sink faucet because it seemed large enough for even a large kitchen which mine isn't.
March 13, 2012