Rated 4 out of
Nice BuyI would recommend this Vessel Sink faucet. Goes extremely well with my Java Granite Vessel Sink and the touch feature is pretty good.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 4 out of
Could be a Yes or NoI chose this faucet because I loved the look and was excited about the touch feature. We have 2 of these faucets in our large master bath which are very far apart on opposite sides of the room in separate vanities.
The problem is the on and off.
The faucet turns on when you don't want it to, and at other times it stops when you want it to run. I have found that if I lean over when brushing my teeth and a single hair of mine touches it, it will turn on or off. My husband noted that when a drop of water from the sinks backsplashes it does the same thing. Neither is ideal functionality.
The brilliant stainless finish is not easy to take care of and most of the time doesn't look good. I wipe them off frequently but always has streaks or water spots.
It stopped working entirely the other day (no water at all). We changed the battery and it operates now but the LED light isn't working at the moment and we have to figure out why.
If this could all be cleared up then I could rate this higher and then, I would say that I would recommend it, but until that happens....
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 1 out of
One senses ghosts, the other needs to be touchedI have three Dryden with Touch20 technology. A short one in a single basin vanity without any problems. And two tall ones on the dual vessel vanity. The vanity is 72" quartz. Black marble vessels. Spacing between the two faucets are 36". I have placed the battery packs as far apart as they can be on the floor of the cabinet. The one on the left closest to the window has spontaneously activated once when I was in another room, and twice when I am either sitting in front of it or fiddling around with the unit on the right.
The unit on the right, doesn't do the handsfree feature. It needs to be touched to turn on and off.
Lever action on both is fine. The grounding wire has been bolted down but to no avail.
I want to know if is possible clean the faucet with a damp cloth
Asked by: Alejandro
Thank you for your question. You can find the cleaning care information for your faucet here:
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2017-02-19
Could you utilize the "touchless" component with a vessel vanity?
Asked by: eliana
I have two of these on a dual vanity. One works with handsfree. The other does not. I don't know why. But I am waiting for Delta to get back to me with a solution/suggestion. :-)
Check out my review.
Answered by: Kirin
Date published: 2017-01-14
Can I get this without the Touch20 Technology?
Asked by: wildhorse
Hi Wildhorse, Thank you for your question. The model 751T-PN-DST is equipped with our Touch2O.xt technology. This means that the faucet operates by touch and by proximity when you place your hands near the faucet. The proximity feature can be turned off leaving only a Touch2O faucet.
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2015-06-01
Can the hands free sensor be moved to the middle joint above the riser to function over the rim of a vessel sink?
All the images and diagrams show the sensor at the base and i would like to know if the hands free sensor can be set in line between the riser and main body? The sensor seems it would be blocked at the base when set behind a vessel.
Asked by: Gabriel
Hi Gabriel, Thank you for your question. The LED base is not a sensor. The faucet works off of capacitance which is the small electric charge carried in your body. Placing your hands close to the faucet will trigger the proximity function to turn on or off when you pull your hands away. You do not have to be close to the base of the faucet.
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-10-10
Does this faucet have a sensor activation (3 way on/off), or just the choice of handle or touch activation?
Asked by: Pamela
Thank you for your question. Model 751T-RB-DST with touch2o.xt technology will give you 3 options to use your faucet. By the handle, touch, or hands free activation.