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Top 4 Touch Stylish Kitchen Faucets That Makes Life Easier

Are you looking for modern kitchen faucets, perhaps to update your kitchen or to create an geek chic feel? With all the numerous faucet collections from various brands, it can really be overwhelming as where to look or where to start. In this post, we will show you latest modern kitchen faucets that makes your life easier and techie.

Semi-Automatic Touch Faucet by KWC

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I want to start this top with the latest semi-automatic faucet by KWC, which features touch technology that was originally designed for use in kitchens and public spaces.I like to call smart kitchen faucet because blue indicates cold water, orange for warm and red for hot.

Nomos faucet from Fima Carlo Frattini

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The Nomos faucet comes from Italian company Fima Carlo Frattini and features electronic mechanics that add comfort and convenience while throwing safety, efficiency and quality into the mix.Well, you can adjust water quantity, pressure and also temperature.All possible via touch-screen with some easy-to-read graphic icons, letting you fine-tune your flow.

I-Spray Kitchen Faucets from Aquabrass

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Aquabrass rolled out the I-Spray electronic kitchen faucet.The I-Spray faucet features a soft-touch control pad that allows you to control the water’s flow and temperature with ease.Comes with an LED indicators that lets you know the water’s temperature.The I-Spray is available in polished chrome for $1,995.

Delta Pilar Pull-Down Faucet with ToucH2O Technology

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I love this Faucet from Delta called Pilar Pull-Down because using the ToucH2O technology, water can be turned on or off by touching anywhere on its arched spout.Also the Pilar Pull-Down faucet features a high-arc spout in a design inspired by the fusion of technology and nature.

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Posted in Kitchen on August 26, 2010

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