Mudpuppy wrote:I'm too attached to my water filter to get one that combines the sprayer in the faucet head. I also got a Pur faucet filter that easily removes by squeezing two buttons, so I can take the filter off and put it somewhere safe when I'm cleaning dishes, washing food, etc (basically any potential for cross-contamination of the filter). I suppose one could get an under-sink filter and have a combined faucet/sprayer if one is really attached to the idea of the combined sprayer. But then you couldn't relocate the dispenser for the under-sink filter when doing activities that could lead to cross contamination.
Saving$ wrote:Get the style that you like best.
One thing to watch for: the inexpensive faucets have a plastic neck (the part between the handle and where the water comes out). These can easily break especially if they are the tall kind that stick up from the sink, and pots and pans are being moved past the sink. Make sure you get one with a metal neck. You can easily see the difference at most Costco stores - they sell a faucet with nice features for about $70 which has a plastic neck, and sell another for about $180 with a metal neck.
bungalow10 wrote:We have this Delta that I bought from Amazon and I really like it. I don't see how it would stop retracting, it's simply a weight that hangs on the other (under the sink) end to pull it back in.
A coordinating soap dispenser is available as well.
Peter Foley wrote:It looks great and is functional, but it leaks and has a cheap plastic part that breaks every few years.
mbres60 wrote:We are redoing our kitchen and right now I am researching what style kitchen faucet to purchase. It seems there is pull down, pull out , and single handle type with a sprayer that is separate from the faucet. The pull down and pull out style both have the sprayer attached to the faucet. I hear the sprayer on some pull downs eventually don't go all the way back in and just hang there. Then there is the decision as to whether to also get a soap dispenser. We will be getting new granite countertops and these different styles (and weather or not to get the soap dispenser) all require us to tell the granite people how many holes to drill.
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