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Automatic Faucet
Ever come into the house with greasy hands and wished you had one of those automatic faucets found in shopping mall and airport restrooms? Well, now you can with the new EZ Faucet.
  The faucet has a computer chip that senses motion, automatically turning the water on and off. What's more, Michael Shek, marketing manager of iTouchless Housewares & Products, says it conserves up to 70 percent of water as compared to a conventional faucet.
  "Simply put your hands (or whatever you are washing, filling or getting wet) under the faucet and water comes on automatically. It will then stay on until you move your hands away from the faucet," says Shek.
  As a safety precaution, if an object under the faucet doesn't move for a minute, the faucet shuts off and "locks" until the object is removed.
  Installation takes about 5 min. "Just screw the aerator off the existing faucet and screw on the EZ Faucet. It fits both outside and inside threads of faucets," says Shek. It fits standard bathroom, kitchen, garage, and utility room sinks.
  Once installed, you turn the regular faucet knobs on to establish water pressure and temperature, then leave them on. The EZ Faucet takes care of the rest.
  The EZ Faucet costs $69.95 plus about $20 S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, iTouchless Housewares & Products, Inc., 550 Pilgrim Dr., Unit I, Foster City, Calif. 94404 (ph 800 660-7978 or 650 578-0578; website: www.ezfaucet.com).

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2004 - Volume #28, Issue #5