November 7, 2013

Add an extra dash of convenience to the kitchen with the Minta Touch faucet from Grohe. The touch-sensitive faucet can be operated by touching the spout or the faucet body, or for conventional use, it can also be turned off and on by using the lever. Available with a C-shaped spout with extendible spray or with a L-shaped spout (available in the U.S. in 2014), the Minta Touch is child proof as well. The faucet’s EasyTouch functionality only releases a cold water flow, ruling out the risk of scalding. Users who prefer warm water can add the Grohtherm Micro upgrade, which features a customized temperature preset function.

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