We've had these for three years now. I thought I should get around to reviewing them so people know how they hold up. They have worked out very well for us. We have them in three bathrooms in our house. We were in a drought when we got them and were doing everything we could think of to conserve water. Our then 7-year old son liked to goof around in the sink and leave the water running. My husband did say they were challenging to install but he also says it was worth it. The batteries have lasted about a year in each one. Changing them is easy because the compartment just slips out without taking the whole assembly off. Lastly, you can bypass the auto feature if you need the water to stay on. We will buy these again when we need to.
We have purchased several of these for our preschool, so the children do not have to turn on and off water. Saves money on water, protects from germs on faucet handles and keeps children from getting the water too hot.
This EZ Faucet works great. Easy installation with tools already supplied. It requires 4 AAA batteries. I also ordered from Overstock, the iTouchless tall trashcan, iTouchless soap dispenser and now the EZ iTouchless faucet. I don't have to touch hardly anything in my kitchen. lol Now if only I didn't have to touch anything to cook. lol lol lol Just kidding! Thank you Overstock for having such unique and nicely-discounted items. I will be ordering again soon.
I think this concept is really cool, especially when it comes to conserving water. Unfortunately, the 4 alkaline batteries (which is required) are short lived. In approx. 3-1/2 weeks...I have "replaced" the batteries 3 times! Perhaps, me & my family wash our hands & brush our teeth too much! :-D Additionally, there was a flaw in our unit (during the night I heard it turn on by itself a few times). No ghost! I don't know "why" it did this. I do not have a light on in there or any shiny objects nearby to reflect on the "sensor". To remedy this problem...I decided to turn the faucets in the "OFF" position during the night. That way I won't have to worry about the automatic sensor turning itself on without anyone there to USE the running water. I was also surprise to learn that the i Touchless Co. is in a nearby business park, a few blocks from where I reside. I'll call them and inquire about the device turning on by itself (even when there is no one there to "activate" the unit). HUM....
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