Touchless faucets are nothing new, but Kohler is bringing that technology to your home bathroom. 

You’ve seen them in airports, arenas, restaurants and more. Touchless technology unquestionably prevents the spread of germs and limits water use. 

Kohler’s touchless bathroom faucet gives you those touchless faucet benefits in the privacy of your home bathroom.

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Kohler touchless bathroom faucet activated with hand
This Kohler touchless bathroom faucet doesn’t need any knobs, so it opens up valuable countertop space. (3 Echoes Content Studio)

With soft curves and a streamlined design, this Kohler touchless bathroom faucet complements a variety of bathroom decors. 

This touchless water faucet not only helps to limit water waste, but it’ll also save on your utility bill. You’ll be doing your part to conserve this precious resource while saving yourself a few dollars.  

Because it’s touchless, that means fewer fingerprints. Plus, this Kohler touchless bathroom faucet has Spot Repel finish, so it resists fingerprints, smudges and water spots. 

Kohler’s response technology uses a state-of-the-art motion sensor for reliable touchless activation. Just wave your hand to turn the water on and off. 

The only time you need to touch the faucet is to adjust the temperature. Twist the temperature regulator at the top to customize how hot or cold you want your water.

You don’t need to buy any special batteries for this faucet — it’s powered by AA batteries. (3 Echoes Content Studio)

Installing this touchless water faucet is quick and easy. The kit comes with ​​supply lines, a plate, and a drain. The motion sensor is powered by six AA batteries, which are also included in the kit. 

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Find the Kohler Willamette Battery Powered Touchless Single Hole Bathroom Faucet at The Home Depot.

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