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simsala

I wanted one too. Unfortunately I realized what would be involved: Electrical wiring to location under sink. Not enough space under the small vanity to even work there.

For new construction this would be a no-brainer

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lachy7

Our touch faucet uses batteries.

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lucieramsay
I will always opt for upper units in a kitchen as I'm tallish and have no intention of spending my time bending down to drag everything out of lower units and can't stand open shelving - clutter on show not for me.
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