This station is all about food prep. The Waterstation by KWC is a cylindrical, stainless steel sink station. It has several separate compartments and a central water source. Cutting boards and drain boards are supplied that fit into the sink openings. And bowls are inset into the countertop for holding prepped food.
It looks handy, sure. But what's the use for such a station in a residential kitchen? While it does look very attractive, and we can only imagine the ease with which we'd be able to prep food at one of these babies, it seems unnecessary unless used in commerial kitchens. This is really just a heck of a large sink when you strip it down to its essence. Anyone else?