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Old 12-19-2019, 05:33 PM   #1
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Iuno how other guys feel about these products but when i have to run a power cord to test a faucet i think manufactures are getting a little too creative.
A battery pack would do just fine ...
Also had to re schedual a job for tomorow cause these " standard in an out" jobs as they seem turn sidways upon arrival. First job of the day was an ikea sink, the customer cut his countertop crooked and it was all downhill from there
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Not a big fan of the touch faucets. More crap to go wrong. That contraption you're plugging into seems more complicated than the delta touch2o, plus they use a battery pack and even include the batteries.
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I’ve seen a few of the Moen touch faucets just stop working, something wrong with the sensor or cpu.
But I’m not a big fan either.
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Always the sensor... way too much to go wrong..
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This was a kohler.
So far iv only had to deal with the moen an deltas.
Usually its crap caught up in the selanoid or that wire is too close to the selanoid so the touch doesnt work. But this was a faucet install fresh out the box.
They didnt even have a counter top tild me to just mount it to some 1/2" ply lol?
So we get ti come back to re install it when it does arrive. Like whats the big hurry you need a dam plug for the thing anyways
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more junk to sell to the lazy a$$ public...how fuking hard is it to open or close a faucet????

and to go 1 better, they have ovens and appliances you can turn on and run by talking into your phone for voice control..
or an LG refrigerator with a dam camera INSIDE because your a freaking retard and didnt write down what you need at the store , so now you can look and see....
and you wonder why this country is in the bad shape it is...
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more junk to sell to the lazy a$$ public...how fuking hard is it to open or close a faucet????

and to go 1 better, they have ovens and appliances you can turn on and run by talking into your phone for voice control..
or an LG refrigerator with a dam camera INSIDE because your a freaking retard and didnt write down what you need at the store , so now you can look and see....
and you wonder why this country is in the bad shape it is...
Agreed.
There is a water bottle that is linked to an app on your phone that tells “YOU” when you’re thirsty..
WTF..
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I want an app sent to my phone that tells me when I need to use the toilet..
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