Features include sturdy metal construction, tall gooseneck swivel spout, drip-free ceramic disc valves and deck-mounted side spray.
Solid brass construction and a ceramic disc cartridge provide the strength necessary for Torino kitchen faucets to perform reliably and consistently in the demanding environment of the modern kitchen.
So basically this is a more basic and accommodating design, which the manufacturers claim to have been given its inspiration by a strong in nature presence.That’s probably why this faucet just seems to work really well mounted on a kitchen sink unit which has a big window over it, overlooking the flora-filled outdoors.This is a long-lasting faucet – a truly long lasting one which retains water without any leakages for as long as we’re aware of.The matte appearance of the chrome coating surprisingly doesn’t really stain either, another reason why chrome proves to have been a better finish over stainless steel.If you look at the faucet or even operate it, you won’t notice that the spray is actually made out of plastic.
You’ll actually even have to tap something against it to notice that it’s plastic.
So what you get is the performance with no leaking and the spray is really good too.
The spray has a bit of a ‘commercial’ feel, you know like what you’d expect of a faucet used in a bar, restaurant or some other commercial establishment along those lines.
This simply means that it’s a quality spray that feels solid and performs just as well when you’re doing house chores such as washing stubborn grime and grease off of your pots and pans.
It looks good too with the design transcending functionality and going all the way back to visual appeal, which is naturally something you’d want out of one of the most important pieces to be installed in a domestic kitchen.
The design was inspired by a strong presence in nature like that of tree with reaching branches.