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  • Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

    Me again...I have posted a couple other "best of" questions, and I have another.
    I would like to use a "Hands Free" faucet in the bathroom, as it only makes sense... why wash the germs off your hands to only "put" them back on when you turn off the water?

    I am looking for the most reliable, but not too expensive model...

    Again, thanks for all the help and suggestions, I really appreciate it!


    Rick

  • #2
    Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

    I wouldn't put one in not in your house. i work on Sloan & Chicago all the time nothing inexpensive about them at all.




    Rich
    Last edited by where am i; 11-25-2009, 05:46 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

      Embrace a few germs anyhow.They are good for you!
      I had a h/o ask me the same last week for a bathroom faucet.
      My reply "If money is no object..."

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      • #4
        Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

        http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=29392

        mind thrown us some help for all this price advice you've recieved?
        Buy cheap, buy twice.

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        • #5
          Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

          Originally posted by gear junkie View Post
          http://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=29392

          mind thrown us some help for all this price advice you've recieved?

          "all this price advice you've recieved"?

          Hopefully I will get some "advice" in this thread, as I still havn't gotten any...
          I am looking for a reliable "hands free" bathroom sink faucet...

          As for the hot water tank... what "Dunbar" said... if your changing the elements, change the stats too...

          Rick

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          • #6
            Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

            We did a bunch of Sloans a while back. I don't care for them at all. You can't readily adjust the temperature (unless you opt for the above deck mixing valve for about $200 more) or the volume. I personally dont like brushing my teeth with tepid water or shaving with luke warm water. As I recall these faucets were about $650 a piece. You can get cheaper ones but they typically don't come with a mixing valve or drain, so you'll still end up spending over $400 for a POS.

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            • #7
              Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

              I typoed and meant priceless. See post #2
              Buy cheap, buy twice.

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              • #8
                rich

                my guess is that most of us don't put to many in. you ask about reliability, well i don't know. i mostly change batts and aerators. i've not seen any bad ones yet. to be honest i kinda like them. i'm 65, maybe i'm senile? having started with cold water only, then hot in the other bib next to it. well i still marvel to see how far we have came. if you want one i would certainly install it. you might start another thread and ask which ones are pos and why. we are better at telling about what doesn't work. breid...................

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                • #9
                  Re: Best "hands free" bathroom faucet?

                  I've had good experience with Zurn.

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