About 6 months ago I installed a new kitchen faucet. The unit has 4
features, the first 3 of which I was looking for:
1 - Tall neck for filling large pots
2 - Pull out faucet
3 - Built in sprayer
4 - A pause button
The spray-no spray button is on the pull out portion of the faucet as is
the pause button. You have to hold the pause button to pause the water. I
figured I'd wait and see if I found the pause button useful.
Well, here it is 6 months later and I have yet to find a need for the pause
Can any of you think of a reason to need a pause button - specifically one
that you have to hold it in to use - on a kitchen faucet?
I can see one possible reason: perhaps to fill a pot that is not in the
sink once the water has been turned on. However, the pull out feature isn't
long enough that you can't simply turn the faucet on with the handle.
That's almost easier than pulling the faucet out, locating the pause
button, holding it in, etc., etc.