The single handle Delta Addison 9192T pull-down kitchen faucet is hard to classify. In one respect it looks a lot like a fairly ordinary minimalist faucet design. Yet, it houses (almost) no-hands technology that is just now starting to become more widespread. The 9192T resembles dozens of other faucets on the market today. But under the covers it houses unseen treasures.
This rather odd-looking pull-out faucet isn’t for everyone. But for those with a taste for the unusual it offers a unique design combined with outstanding features and function. It’s difficult to describe the Kraus KPF-1602; you simply have to see a photo. It almost looks as if the guts of some machine have been turned inside out. Yet, for all that strangeness in appearance there is something compelling here.
The Moen Arbor pull-down faucet line will be appreciated by anyone who favors function over appearance. That is surely the proper ranking when it comes to an appliance and that fine function is indisputable. And, since there’s no disputing taste, it may well be that some – even many – buyers will actually prefer the minimalist design.
The Hansgrohe Allegro E Pull Down faucet line includes multiple models. We’ll take a look at two: the Allegro E Gourmet Prep and the Allegro E Gourmet High Arc
I’m a huge fan of faucets that not only work well but offer great style and features beyond the norm. There’s no arguing over taste, but it would be hard for anyone to claim the Delta Leland 9178 faucet is anything but stylish. The graceful arc and clean stainless-steel/nickle finish guarantees that.
The Grohe Ladylux³ Plus kitchen faucet has too complex a name for my taste. That superscript is not just too much trouble to write but impossible to pronounce. Fortunately, its appearance and function are simple, straightforward and perfect for anyone looking for a contemporary faucet design in the kitchen.