Pull-Down Kitchen Faucets With Touch Technology

Do you think pull-down and touch technologies can go together in a great kitchen faucet? You’re right! At first, it may sound somewhat incompatible. You touch it when you pull it, don’t you? Won’t the faucet be turning on and off every time you take the sprayer?

But it works together very well. The faucet is “clever” enough to distinguish a “touch” from a “grip”. It won’t turn on when you pull the sprayer or clean it. It will turn on or off only when you touch it, meaning it’s a short touch. Apart of that, the sprayer is not a sensitive area.

Some faucets with touch technology have been very well received. They are reported serving well in many homes. These are some of the most successful models.

Delta Addison

Delta Addison at a glance is one of the most versatile kitchen faucets made to complement most kitchen decors, except, perhaps, the minimalistic.

THE GOOD

– Sculptural look

– Magnetic docking

– Coordinating items available, including matching bar faucet with touch technology

– Great user feedback

FOR THOUGHT

– No pause button on the sprayer

– No AC power option offered. Powered by a set of 6 AA size batteries

Delta Pilar

More loved as the time goes. Simple lines, handle installed separately.

THE GOOD

– Sleek design lines

– Handle installed in a separate hole

– Magnetic docking

– Time tested, a lot of happy users

TO THINK ABOUT

– No AC power option. Powered by 6 AA batteries

– No pause button on the sprayer

Delta Trinsic – Modern And Minimalistic

Delta Trinsic faucet is helpful where a simple looking but feature rich faucet is needed.

THE GOOD

– Beautiful look designed to complement a modern kitchen

– Magnetic docking

– A number of matching accessories available, including a touch sensitive bar faucet

– High user ratings

TO THINK ABOUT

– No AC power option for the touch technology.  Powered by 6 AA batteries.

– No pause button on the sprayer