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Touch-Sensitive Faucet Is Absolute Kitchen Genius

Illustration for article titled Touch-Sensitive Faucet Is Absolute Kitchen Genius

Dear Delta, I just saw your touch-sensitive faucet. You call it "Pilar Touch-Activated Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with ToucH2O Technology." I call it motherfaucet genius. This is how it works:

Just touch with any dry, clean part of your body to activate. Any clean body part will work. That simple. Touch to activate. Touch to deactivate. That. Is. It. Off with handles. Off with indicators. Off with any superfluous elements. Just capacitive touch built in the whole body, so you don't have to mess its metallic surface with your dirty, wet hands. And you can even detach the tip.

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Illustration for article titled Touch-Sensitive Faucet Is Absolute Kitchen Genius

Geeneeus functionality, and perfect, minimalist design. Jon Ive and Dieter Rams probably have theirs already. As soon as I get $547 to throw away, I'll get mine. [Delta Faucet via Core77]

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kaisermachead
kaisermachead

Even if it always defaults to cold, this is fine with me. When my hands are covered in dough or thick marinade I'd love to have something like this. I can't reach the lever with my elbow since there's a low-hanging shelf right above the fixture, so this would be really handy.