Pfister is not a new name, and anyone who has looked into kitchen faucets is sure to have heard of it. The company has developed a reputation for producing high-quality and reliable kitchen and bath fixtures, with distribution channels across the globe.
As part of Pfister several proud kitchen faucet series, the Arkitek doesn’t disappoint. Its design with modern aesthetics gives the faucets a sleek and unique look that is hard to beat. What’s more, the models are all functional and practical products. Let’s dive into the specifications for more detail.
Pfister Kitchen Faucet Review: Main Features of the Arkitek Series
The Arkitek LG534-LPM bares a modern and minimal look, framed up by rectangular details with flat surfaces, straight lines, and acute angles. It’s impressive on sight while doing a good job blending in with the sink and countertop, which often have acute corners.
The sink comes with three finish choices, including polished chrome, stainless steel, and the stylish matte black. One of our favorite qualities of this particular series is how it immediately adds a sense of contemporary elegance to the sink area, especially in a kitchen that’s in need of a modern touch.
While the faucet doesn’t have a tall neck for tall containers, its tall arc spout of 12 inches should give you enough positive room for most types of containers. The faucet has a pull-out spray head with an extended hose that you can pull out up to reach the far corners of the basin, do close-up rinsing, and fill even taller reservoirs.
The spout can turn a full 360-degree, so you may swivel it out of the way when you’re working the sink. It should be convenient for a double-basin, too. The lever moves normally to turn the water on and off, but for temperature changes, it only rotates forward. This way, you won’t need much distance from the backsplash.
Two-function pull-out spray
The Arkitek has a pull-out spray head with two water modes: spray and aerated stream. The toggle switch on the head allows for one-handed control of the functions. The Arkitek supports a maximum water flow of 1.8 gallons per minute.
There’s a counterweight on the hose under the sink, so the spray head retracts automatically back into position release your hold. The counterweight also ensures that the hose never gets tangled.
Safe and Leak-Free
The patented Pforever seal uses a ceramic disc cartridge that promises a smooth and leak-free experience. With ceramic discs, it is also easier to control the flow and temperature of the water.
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This faucet comes with a deck plate and is compatible with both one and three-hole installations. The installation instructions and hardware are all included with the faucet.
This product comes with a lifetime warranty.