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Product Review: BioBidet FLOW Motion Faucet

This review is the Bemis bioBidet Flow Motion faucet. The FLOW is a single-handle pull-down faucet with hands-free motion sensing technology. A neighbor got the Brushed Nickel finish, and after seeing how her faucet worked, I had to have one. All of my faucet finishes are in the Oil Rubbed Bronze, so I had to have mine match (really, the Chrome is my favorite finish and always has been), but I digress.

FLOW faucet
FLOW motion-activated faucet

This is truly a beautiful faucet. At parties — we’ve had many go over and turn on the sink to try it out. One of the best things about this faucet is that you don’t have to call the Plummer to install it. If I can install this, anyone in the entire universe can install their own. Easy, easy, easy.

FLOW faucet connection
FLOW faucet quick connection

The faucet is a little hard to get used to at first, but I like the look and feel of this faucet. At first, I’d turn on the faucet, and it would turn on and then just stop. I found I was turning it too hard and too far to the left (for hot). Then I was leaning down on the faucet and lounging my hand there. This is a habit from a former faucet that required so much muss and fuss. Once you get used to this faucet — it’s a primo feeling.

When I stopped my former bad-faucet-habits and let the bioBidet FLOW do its job, I’ve not had any more worries.

You can purchase this product from the bioBidet by Bemis company site or from Amazon.

I’ve always been skeptical about faucets because I’ve had many that were not what I wanted and many that have leaked. We really wanted a touchless faucet — the FLOW faucet was recommended by friends — and the faucet works well. No complaints.

Image Credit: from the bioBidet by Bemis company site.

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