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This Faucet Turns Up the Heat in Kitchen Decor

By: Danny Lipford

“Homeowners who are at-home chefs and love to entertain appreciate the size and scale of this faucet,” says Katie Hayes, senior product manager for Danze by Gerber.

Danze by Gerber, known for its unique design and innovation in the North American decorative plumbing industry, has added a hot new red faucet to its Foodie Collection — The Foodie Caliente.

This Pre-Rinse Kitchen Faucet features a spring-action wand commonly seen in commercial-grade kitchen environments, which provides flexibility and convenience.

The scale of the faucet, however, is a bit more compact than traditional pre-rinse faucets, making it a great match for any sized home kitchen.

“Homeowners who are at-home chefs and love to entertain appreciate the size and scale of this faucet,” says Katie Hayes, senior product manager for Danze by Gerber. “The addition of the red hose gives it a playful pop of color and creates a focal point of design in a contemporary or transitional kitchen environment.”

The Foodie Caliente has a 20-and-9/16-inch-high spout, which swivels 360 degrees, and an 8-and-7/8-inch spout reach. An easy twist of the spray head allows the user to move between a single steady water flow to a powerful spray.

The Foodie family of faucets is also available in chrome, stainless steel and satin black finishes. To ensure the highest quality, Danze by Gerber uses a ceramic disc valve in the faucet to provide a tight seal for drip-free performance and soft-touch nozzles for easy removal of mineral buildup.

The faucet operates at a water-efficient rate of 1.75 gallons per minute.

Visit www.danze.com for more information on this faucet or the entire Danze by Gerber product line.

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This Faucet Turns Up the Heat in Kitchen Decor