Kraus Faucet Reviews

Kraus believe in the power of design to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives, transforming everyday environments into something more. Kraus endeavor to thrust the boundaries of design to create the most extraordinary kitchen and bath experience possible, for an everyday life that’s beyond the ordinary.

Kraus entered the plumbing fixture market in 2007 with the goal of revolutionizing affordable kitchen & bath design by making a wide variety of clean, modern, high quality products accessible to every consumer

Kraus is the company that transports composed teams of people motivated by a shared enthusiasm for making great kitchen and bath design attainable.

1) New Kraus Artec Pro 2-Function Commercial Style Pre-Rinse Kitchen Faucet with Pull-Down Spring Spout and Pot Filler, Chrome Finish, KPF-1603CHProduct

A. Description: 

Resilient rust-resistant finish will not fade over time,Chrome creates a clean look in any kitchen. Also available in all-Brite spot free stainless steel, which resists water spots and fingerprints to help keep your faucet clean. 2-Function faucet with changeable flow rate that allows you to increase flow from 1.8 to 2.2 gpm – pot filler provides aerated stream to fill large pots and pitchers; Pre-rinse sprayer suggestions a commanding spray to discharge away tough food residue. Magnetic docking snaps spray head back into place for a secure hold and easy-clean rubber nozzles allow you to wipe away mineral build-up for a strong long-lasting flow.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.
  2. No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.
  3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.
  4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval.

2) Kraus KPF-1650SS Nola Kitchen Faucet Stainless Steel

Description: 

It consists of Twin functionPull down sprayer with powerful spray & steady stream settings, the dimensions are as follows overall height 26.25″ with 8.63″ spout reach and it comes with a lifetime limited warranty which is backed by Kraus Lifetime Warranty and Customer Care. The normal flow rate (GPM) is 1.75.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.
  2. No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.
  3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.
  4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval.

3) KrausSpot Free and Stainless-Steel Commercial Kitchen Faucet with Dual Function Sprayhead

A. Description: 

Spot resist all-brite stainless steel finish prevents water spots and fingerprints; requires less cleaning, with no need to wipe faucet after each use, Faucet design features a heavy-duty open coil spring spout and secure docking arm for an industrial look with modern appeal. Sturdy metal structure with lead-free waterway and ceramic cartridge for lifelong leak-free performance. It is large and comfortablewith a unique square shape for a clean modern look and effortless flow control. 

  1. Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.
  2. No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.
  3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.
  4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval.

4) KRAUS Nolen Spot Free Kitchen Faucet, Stainless, Pull Down, only handle in all-Brite Steel Finish KPF-1673SFS

Description: 

All new Spot-free finish which consists of all-Brite spot free stainless-steel finish resists water spots and fingerprints for a cleaner looking faucet. Also available in White and Spot Free Stainless Steel/Matte Black. Dual function sprayheadwith aerated stream for filling large pots and powerful spray for heavy-duty cleaning; easy-clean nozzles allow you to wipe away mineral build-up for a strong long-lasting flow.Easy-retract 18-inch hose with swivel adapter allows you to flex, pivot, and reach every hard-to-get spot in the sink; magnetic docking snaps sprayhead into place for a secure hold.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.
  2. No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.
  3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.
  4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval

5) Kraus KPF-1602 Single Handle Pull Down Kitchen Faucet Commercial Style Pre-rinse in Chrome

It consists of a Lead-free Brass construction with superior rust-resistant finish with Lite touchsingle-lever flow control. Heavy-duty commercial-style spring design and Integrated two-way diverter for smooth flow control with Powerful pre-rinse spray and Lead-Free Brass Construction w/ Superior Rust-Resistant Finish, Lite Touch Single-Lever Flow Control makes it very easy to use.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.
  2. No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.
  3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.
  4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval

6) Kraus KPF-1640SS Nola Kitchen Faucet Stainless Steel

It is very beautifully designed with Lead-Free All-Metal Construction. Larger& Rust-Resistant Finish and flow rate 1.75 gallons per minute1 or 3-Hole Fixing w/ Non-compulsory 10″ Deck Plate makes it one of the best faucets in the market.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.

2. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.

3. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval

7) Kraus KPF-1610SS Bolden Only Handle 18-Inch Commercial Kitchen Faucet

  • Description

A commercial kitchen faucet adjusted for home, compact 18-inch height fits beneath almost any home kitchen cabinet with two spray modes allow you to easily toggle from splash-free aerated stream to powerful pre-rinse spray at the flip of a switch.

It consists ofanlengthy 20” retractable hose offers smooth maneuverability so you can complete chores with maximum efficiency specially constructed and is Recyclable and employs heavy-duty, lead-free supplies. Bestindustry stoneware cartridge provides a lifetime of drip.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.
  2. No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.

3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, we are not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.

4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval

8) KRAUS CarboFlex Single ChangeDual-Purpose Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet with Flexible Black Sprayer Hose and Easy-Clean Silicone Nozzles in Stainless Steel Finish

A whole newflexible spout offers a wide range of motion allowing you to direct water wherever you need it. Simplytie from aerated stream to a powerful sprayand offers ample height clearance for filling and cleaning large pots and pitchers also allowing a broad range of motion around the entire sink.

  • Pros and Cons:

THE PROS

  1. Less waste: An automatic faucet only runs when your hands are under it, ensuring you use the precise amount of water necessary. Also, most of the automatic faucets are leak-proof, which conserves water as well.

2.No playing with adjustments: Most automatic faucets can be set with a pre-fixed flow and water temperature.

3. A cleaner bathroom/kitchen: Automatic faucets keep everything cleaner. Also, weare not required to touch a dirty faucet once finished washing your hands, immediately soiling them again.

4. Ease of operation: Even children and people with arthritis or other painful ailments, and really anyone can operate an automatic faucet.

THE CONS

  1. Cost: In overall, automatic faucets involve a bigger investment up front. Sure, they may save you money in the long-term, but at first, you might obstruct when you see the prices
  2. Power outages: If the automatic faucet is wired and not powered by a battery, you can’t use it when the power is out.
  3. Changing settings: Changing the settings of an Automatic faucet is really a pain.
  4. Sensor malfunction: With regular usage, the sensors of an automatic faucet can stop working and need to replace after a regular time interval