Is it a faucet? Is it a water spigot? Is it even a kitchen appliance? One look at the Delta 1177LF pot filler faucet and you might ask yourself any of these questions, or all. There is one thing you won’t have to wonder about, though. It is most certainly useful.
The Delta 4353-DST may or may not be to everyone’s taste. Looks, especially when it comes to faucets, are a personal preference driven by overall kitchen décor. But, artistic opinions aside, there are some objective pros and cons about the way it works. The Delta 4353-DST, part of the Linden Collection, is a medium-sized, single-handle pull-out faucet. That plain description pretty much matches the plain appearance of this model.
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.
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.