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Similar in size to a Brita-brand (registered property of Brita Worldwide) filter, this device screws into place on your kitchen tap to replace the aerator.
It consists of a length of collapsible hose within a spooler, and a handheld sprayer unit. Two and a half feet of hose should be more than enough.
a switch on the unit partially closes the tap opening and diverts a portion of the water into the sprayer.
When the switch is thrown back, the water is un-diverted and flows uninterrupted through the main tap. At the same time, a port in the bottom of the unit opens, allowing it to drain out and allowing the spring to re-spool the hose.
Available in white, black, white, or black.
Sink Sprayer head
Take one of these.... [shapu, Jun 14 2006]
Attach it to something like this [shapu, Jun 14 2006]
If packaged right, it won't be any bigger than this [shapu, Jun 14 2006]
Replacing a faucet
And then I won't have to do any of this to get a sprayer [shapu, Jun 14 2006]
||So much I don't understand.
||//So much I don't understand.// - say
your sprayers and don't recoil from your
attachments - from the "Deep Wisdom of
Otherwise Dull Kitchen Appliances" series
||there was a joke here, but it didn't work.