What are the cons of touchless faucets?
Reliance on Electricity
Less Precise Water Temperature Control
While touchless faucets offer numerous benefits (hygiene, water savings, ease of use, less cleaning, etc.) they also have a few drawbacks. One primary concern is their reliance on electricity or batteries for power, which can lead to additional costs and maintenance. In case of power outages or battery depletion, the faucet might become non-functional. False triggers, due to the sensor's sensitivity to motion, can lead to some water waste. Some users also find the water temperature control less precise in touchless faucets. Lastly, the initial cost of touchless faucets is generally higher than manual models, and professional installation may be required.
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