New Kitchen Faucet Introductions from Grohe

This summer German bathroom brand GROHE will introduce two new kitchen faucet designs: the Parkfield dual-spray pull-down kitchen faucet and the Ladylux3 Cafe Touch faucet.

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Great for those who enjoy cooking daily without all of the clean up, the Ladylux3 Cafe Touch faucet is equipped with a sensor that turns the water flow on and off at the touch of an elbow, forearm or the back of your hand. When the Touch technology is used, the faucet automatically releases cold water for reasons of user safety. Additionally, with an added GrohTherm® Micro thermostat, you can custom-set the starting temperature and the built-in scalding protection means that children can operate the faucet safely at all times.

In addition to the innovative Touch technology, the Ladylux3 Cafe Touch can also be operated using its conventional handle. 


Available in brilliant chrome and stainless steel, the Ladylux3 comes with a new pull out dual spray, which has been completely redesigned with a cleaner spray head and a new dual control button with a locking feature, making switching between spray modes effortless. The faucet’s functionality is further enhanced by its tall and arched spout, which makes filling tall vases, watering cans and pots a breeze.

The smooth action of the lever is ensured by the proven GROHE SilkMove® cartridge technology. At the same time, the innovative SpeedClean® surface of the spray face reliably prevents the nozzles from getting clogged up – and any limescale build-up can be removed effortlessly with just a swipe of a finger.


The Parkfield dual-spray pull-down kitchen faucet has a fluid form inspired by the organic curves found in nature. Designed exclusively for the US market, Parkfield offers a wide array of transitional design options at an attractive price. It’s equipped with the GROHE brand’s German precision engineering and proprietary technology and comes in sleek, GROHE Starlight® Chrome, SuperSteel InfinityFinish and an Oil Rubbed Bronze finish.


The rounded lever and curved body offers users a tactile experience while the pull-out locking spray head lets you switch easily between spray and aerated modes.  The 360° ball-joint on the hose allows or flexible handling of the spray head affording users more coverage of the sink basin without hitting the backsplash.

Posted July 21st, 2014 by

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