|Brand||KWCShop All KWC|
|Collection||EveShop All Eve|
|Model Number||10.121.103 / 10.111.103|
Elegance, quality, functionality- this faucet embodies everything that true Swiss design symbolizes. Constructed from the highest quality metals this durable faucet offers the utmost in practicality with a 270° swivel spout, a 24” pull-down Neoperl aerator and an optional LED lights. You won’t be disappointed with the extraordinarily refined design, unique functionality and innovative technology. The KWC Eve is superior in every aspect.
Please choose a color and lighting option for the faucet
Black and White Glacier finish are only available with Light Option.
|Distance from Aerator to Deck||10.1875|
|Style and Installation||Pull-Out Faucet|
|Number of Faucet Holes||1|
|Spout Style||Hi Arc Spout|
|Ceramic Disc Cartridge||Yes|
The handle is 3 3/16" from the center of faucet when in the closed position and 4 5/16" from the center when in fully open position.
Push handle in or out to turn on and off the water. Rotate the handle up or down to control the temperature.
This faucet does not change flow pattern. The pull down aerator is for ease of use and functionality. This faucet does not have a spray feature. The button on the back of faucet head is used to contol the light feature (if faucet is ordered with a light)
We are very happy with the quality and appearance of the Eve faucet. The nozzle works well and is never hanging loose. Sleek design gets lots of attention in our new kitchen. Could have a little more power.
Love the faucet though I was surprised it does not have a spray function when it’s pulled out. The LED light is fun but not worth the extra $100
We are very disappointed with our KWC faucet, especially given the price. After less than 1 year of normal use, one of the parts became unscrewed. Without a picture, it's difficult to explain which part. The faucet still works (sort of), although it cannot be closed at all settings. This is clearly a manufacturing defect and had nothing to do with the installation. Repairing the faucet would require removing it, returning it to KWC, and reinstalling it. Of course, this is not practical since we would be left without a faucet in the interim. In addition, there would be the (high) costs of calling a plumber (twice). I would certainly not recommend KWC faucets. Better faucets can be purchased for much less!