With no visible sensors, Sans Hands faucets from Sonoma Forge incorporate an electromagnetic proximity sensor, allowing users to skip the frustration of frantic hand waving. The components include a spout, a low-voltage current from an electrical source (either battery or plug-in) and an electronic “brain” supplying an electromagnetic field to the spout. When a user approaches the faucet, the electromagnetic field is interrupted, which opens and closes the valve. They are available using the spouts from the versatile WherEver series, the rugged CiXX collection, and the modern Strap line. They come in wall- and deck-mount configurations and are available in a wide array of finishes, including special order. A suite of coordinating bath accessories — including decorative hardware, towel bars, tissue holders, mirror mounts, and more — complete the industrial look. 800-330-5553; www.sonomaforge.com.


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