The touchless way to stay one step ahead of your busy life: introducing the Avery Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Selectronic Hands-Free Technology. Featuring our exclusive Selectronic® hands-free technology, allowing you to operate the faucet with an easy wave of the hand, or switch to manual operation by simply closing our innovative sliding door to cover the built-in sensor. The Re-Trax spray head retraction system allows for smooth and easy operation of the spray head from pull-out to retraction. The elegant design offers versatility in appearance, giving you a faucet that looks great in any kitchen, matching virtually any design style.
Selectronic® Hands-Free Technology: Turn the water flow on and off with an easy wave of the hand or switch to manual operation by closing the sliding door of the sensor Re-Trax spray head retraction system: ensures smooth and easy pull-out, operation, and retraction of spray head Pull-Down spray head with two spray patterns - regular stream and powerful spray, plus pause functionality Spout swivels 360 degrees for an ample range of motion around the sink High-arch gooseneck spout for convenient filling of large pots Durable tarnish-, scratch- and corrosion-resistant finishes through utilization of aerospace technology - guaranteed to last a lifetime Ceramic Disc Valve Cartridge: Provides precise temperature and flow control with a lifetime of drip-free performance and effortless handle operation Durable brass and metal construction Lead-Free materials Integrated 38" long braided nylon supply lines Easy installation through pre-installed pull-out spray hose and pre-assembled supply lines Optional deck-plate for one- or three-hole installation sold separately
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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