Delta Touch2O
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The home owners have spoken, and Delta’s Touch2O edged out the trendy Kraus Nola to take the title of our readers’ favorite kitchen faucet.

The Delta Touch2O line lets you turn the flow of water on and off just by lightly tapping on the neck of the faucet.

Delta Touch2O

Delta Touch2O is my favorite. When I bought my condo I got it, and then when I bought a house I decided to upgrade again to it. I like that I can set the temperature and then turn it off and on as needed to avoid wasting water. I also like being able to tap it with an elbow when i need to wash my hands after touching uncooked meat/dough/other messiness. Plus it looks great, and the spray handle retracts well if you install the correct weight (I accidentally put the one from the old faucet on instead and haven’t gotten around to fixing it but the first one had the right weight on and worked well).

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Though this reader commended the pricey Trinsic model, Touch2O actually comprises a whole range of styles, all of which you can turn on or off just by tapping on the neck of the faucet, which is great when your fingertips are covered in raw chicken juice.

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Kraus Nola

The Kraus Nola also comes in a few different styles, but we’re partial to the commercial styles, which feature fully flexible necks.
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It’s gorgeous, and super functional. I was weary because I wasn’t familiar with the brand, but it has met my quite stringent expectations. No complaints. The spray auto-shut off is such a great feature for sinks. - JayFra

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Finishing in a close second place, the Kraus Nola comes in four different styles, including a couple of commercial styles with fully flexible necks that are incredibly functional, while looking totally unique. All of them are backed by Kraus’ lifetime warranty.

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