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Touch faucets

Touch faucets

GROHE Touch faucets’ most innovative feature is something you can’t even see – but after just one touch you’ll fall in love. They offer you the ability to control the flow of water in your kitchen with nothing more than a touch from your wrist, forearm or the back of your hand, ideal for all busy cooks and their helpers. Your faucet remains clean and bacteria free, no matter how many times you need to turn it on, or what you’re cooking at the time. And because the GROHE technology is completely concealed within the faucet, you can enjoy the same quality of uninterrupted design as on all our faucet ranges. Choose the Touch function in a cold water version or upgrade to include warm water controlled by a thermostat – either way GROHE Touch faucets are as safe as they are hassle-free.


Touch anywhere on the spout once with your wrist or forearm and cool water begins to flow from the faucet. Touch again and it stops. No handprints or greasy marks on the handle. No problem. The benefits of Touch in a busy kitchen are both practical and visual. Not only does light-touch control leave the faucet’s sparkling surface free of marks, but it also prevents cross-contamination caused by the transfer of germs and bacteria on the faucet handle.


Innovative, easy-to-use and immensely practical, the advantages of GROHE’s Touch faucets are obvious. Inside GROHE’s elegant design is the latest technology to keep your kitchen clean all day long. It also reduces the burden of cleaning. You can cook up a storm and start and stop the flow of water as often as you like without leaving a trace on your faucet.


Safety is paramount, especially if you have little ones in the kitchen. That’s why the Touch function is available with cold water, so there is no risk of scalding. Prefer warm water too? Simply upgrade with our GrohTherm® Micro, a small thermostat installed under the sink that delivers the perfect temperature every time.

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