Copy Cat Chic Giveaway | Delta Faucet Temp2O™ Shower

If you follow along on my Instagram account, you’ll probably already know that I took a quick trip to Indianapolis a couple of weeks ago. The trip was for an annual event held by Delta® faucet where they invite a small number of bloggers to visit their headquarters and learn everything there is to know about Delta and their higher-end, fashion based design, sister line Brizo. I’ve been fielding a lot of questions lately about kitchen faucets; more specifically the pros and cons of touch and touchless faucets. So I was pretty excited to learn more about them. AND it was all expenses paid, which is always a win-win in my book 😉

The first thing I learned was that the people of Delta truly care about their company, their customers their products and their employees. Everyone I met was passionate and so knowledgeable about their brand and products. It was inspiring to be in such a environment.

As a company Delta is always thinking about their customer. The take the design of their products very seriously. And what I didn’t know? Not only are Delta’s products beautiful, but there is SO much thought about how the products work and perform that they really are functionally beautiful as well. I was pretty impressed with that factor, because before? Before, in my mind, a faucet was a faucet and all one-touch and touchless faucets performed pretty much the same. Not so, my friend, not so.

While at Delta headquarters we got to explore and compare several other comparable featured faucets: the Kohler Sensate™ Touchless Kitchen Faucet, Grohe Minta Touch Kitchen Faucet, Moen Arbor MotionSense Kitchen Faucet and a Delta Trinsic Faucet with Touch2O®. In my humble opinion, the Delta faucet performed the best.

Makes it possible for anyone to turn on or off the faucet by touching anywhere on the spout or handle of the faucet. Delta was the first company to create a touch faucet and they have a patent on their touch technology. That means that no other faucet company can use the same technology, therefore they have to create work around. Bottom line? They just don’t work as well, even the touchless ones. The Delta faucet knows to turn on/off depending on the length of your touch. Therefore if you’re moving the faucet around it won’t turn on or off unless you want it to. The touch sensor is very responsive and I found I only had to touch it once to respond. The Grohe wasn’t as reliable. Delta’s faucet is powered by batteries and they’ll soon be releasing an electric option as well. Delta made sure that their faucets function like a normal faucet first, so there won’t be any confusion on how to turn the faucet on and off when guests use it. Another fun fact? Delta’s faucets turn off after a certain period of unuse, so if your toddler or pet turns it on, it won’t stay on for long.

– GROHE minta TOUCH –
Was the closest comparison with Delta’s  Touch2O® Technology. They’ve developed a touch faucet as well, but the response time after touching was super slow and kind of clumsy. Also you can only use the cold water when using the touch on/off feature. The Grohe touch can also be confusing to people who aren’t familiar with the touch on/off. For example if you turn the faucet on using touch it disables the handle, so you won’t be able to use the handle to turn it off (!!). Which would be super confusing to most anyone, right?

The Moen has two touchless sensors on the top of the faucet, so you can wave your hand over the top and on the inside of the faucet near the handle. Drawbacks? The faucet can turn on accidentally when you’re working near the sink, just by moving your arms near it. I also noticed that the sensor on the top of the faucet was not very responsive, sometimes you’d have to wave your hand over the faucet several times for it to turn on or off. The sensor on top also got confused when you went to move the handle of the sink by sometimes turning on or off when you didn’t need it to. Also if you’re using the handsfree mode, you can’t adjust the temperature of the water using the handle(s), you have change the temperature using a preset gauge on the control box under the sink. Not too convenient.

The Kohler faucet has a touchless sensor on the inside neck at the top of the faucet. Therefore you have to  wave your hand up to the inside of the faucet. Kind of awkward and at one point I accidentally got my sleeve wet trying to wave my hand in the right position under the spout to turn it off. Not fun. Also the placement of the sensor affects the design of the faucet. AKA since the sensor is pretty thick, you won’t ever be able to get a thinner and  more streamlined looking spout. The Kohler faucet has to be hardwired, which is pretty inconvenient for those with no access to electrical under the sink.

Okay, whew, that was a lot of text. Hopefully you found it as interesting as I did when learning about these faucets 🙂 Now onto the giveaway! As you know, Delta is always exploring new product ideas to make our lives easier when using them. One of Delta’s latest award-winning innovations is their Temp2O™ Technology. It hasn’t even been released to the public yet! Coming soon, Delta’s showerheads and hand-held showers will feature Temp2O™, which shows you the exact temperature of your water. The LED-lighted screen will either light up blue (<80), magenta (80-110) or red (110+) and will display the actual temperature reading as well. So cool right? I know this will come in handy with a baby in the house!

Delta has generously offered to give one lucky winner either a Temp2O™ shower head or a Temp2O™ handheld shower (your choice). You can enter to win using the rafflecopter widget below! Good luck!

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3 thoughts on “Copy Cat Chic Giveaway | Delta Faucet Temp2O™ Shower

  1. I have the kohler sensate and we love it! the sensor is quite sensitive actually so even just steam rising from a hot pan can trigger it to open. I'm lucky to have a an outlet under the sink because the problem with the battery operated ones( or so I've heard) is replacing the battery, which can be quite a pain. I don't have to worry about going under the sink at all since it is a plug in. 🙂 Just wanted to share my own view on my own faucet Reichel. 🙂

  2. I really like the styling on these faucets, but I do think the price you have for the Delta is wrong, I think you've listed the one without the touch technology, the one with is actually $432.

    1. Oh my gosh! That was pretty thoughtless of me. You're so right! Updated and thank you for pointing that out. 🙂

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