Best Water-Saving Kitchen Faucets: 10 Models from High to Low

Best Water-Saving Kitchen Faucets: 10 Models from High to Low

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Emily Han
Mar 24, 2010
Looking to save water in the kitchen? Although the majority of water-saving faucets are manufactured for bathrooms, we searched high and low to bring you a list of faucets for the kitchen. Here are 10 handsome models ranging from $120 to $1,200 ... and if that's still a stretch for your budget, we've included a $2 option, too! Note: the standard flow rate for faucets is 2.2 to 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm). High1 Brizo Pascal Kitchen Pull-Down Faucet – Price: $1,069-1,253 • 2 Grohe K4 Main Sink Dual Spray Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet (32 071) – Flow Rate: 1.5 gpm, Price: $725-1,059 • 3 Grohe Minta Dual Spray Pull Down Kitchen Faucet (32 319) – Flow Rate: 1.5 gpm, Price: $565-719 Middle4 Moen Lindley One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet – Flow rate: 1.75-2.2 gpm, Price: $552-579 • 5 Grohe Ladylux Pro Main Sink Dual Spray Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet (32 244) – Flow Rate: 1.5 gpm, Price: $449-569 • 6 Delta Leland Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet – Flow rate: 1.5 gpm, Price: $282-404 • 7 Moen Dorsey One-Handle Low Arc Pullout Kitchen Faucet – Flow rate: 1.75-2.2 gpm, Price: $294-399 Low8 Delta Collins Single Handle Kitchen Faucet – Flow rate: 1.5 gpm, Price: $122-165 • 9 Delta Single Handle Kitchen Faucet – Flow rate: 1.5 gpm, Price: $121 • 10 Aerator – While technically not a faucet, an aerator is a good option for those looking for something simpler and less expensive. Adding an aerator to your existing faucet can cut water consumption by about half. This Sink Faucet Aerator from GreenFeet is about $2. Related: The Best Water Conservation Helpers
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