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Home Depot: Flow Motion Activated Kitchen Faucet Just $129 Shipped (Regularly $229) & More

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Today, August 30th only, head on over to HomeDepot.com and save up to 44% off select Motion Activated Kitchen Faucets. Even sweeter, these items ship for FREE!

As an idea, grab this Flow Motion Activated Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet with Motion Sensor in chrome for just $129 shipped (regularly $229)! Or choose from other finishes for just slightly more.

This kitchen faucet features both manual and hands-free motion sense controls – perfect for when your hands are full or dirty. It also has an auto-shut off that turns water off after 3 minutes in case you forget or get busy while making dinner.

On the fence? Here’s what readers think…

Best faucet ever!!! Buying my dad one for father’s day …. very easy install (my hubby was able to do it). My hubby has said it was one of the better things that I have gotten on a “deal” ….. thanks for alerting us to these awesome deals !!!


We have this faucet. While I do like the faucet itself, I’ve turned off the automatic feature. It was “cool” for the first day or two but became way too annoying for me. I have a farmhouse sink and my sleeves were constantly getting wet from placing a glass in the sink, opening the window behind the sink, etc. However, I love it as a manual faucet! 🙂


Our sink is side by side and the sensor is right in the middle so I usually don’t have issues with the faucet coming on unless I wave my hand right in front of it. I could see it being more of an issue if you have a single sink and are setting them down in the middle. Sometimes it does seem a little sensitive if I’m washing dishes by hand and it will turn off and on if I get too close. Overall we love it! We have a mini farm so there is a lot of hand washing going on. I love not having to worry about the kids spreading nasties all over the faucet!


We have found that our faucet is not that sensitive. You have to be within a few inches of the sensor to have it turned on. Having said that, we have had some issues with it not wanting to come on. In those cases, if we take our hand back a ways then try again, it usually does the trick. I really like the 3-minute auto shut-off too!

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Comments 11

  1. Matt

    A 3 minute automatic shut off? People actually leave their faucet running a full 3 minutes and not need it? Wasting that much water would drive me CRAZY. lol and yes, I do all the cooking and all the dish washing in my house.

    • lauraneal72

      I have this faucet and the 3 minute auto shutoff is in case someone forgets to turn it off or if the sensor gets tripped and no one is around. You can always wave your hand to turn it off. The best part to me is when it’s set to auto, you can pull down the sprayer and it will turn on, then turn off when it’s put back. It really is an awesome faucet!

      • Matt

        I don’t have little ones in my house, so I wasn’t really thinking about someone leaving the sink on. I’m the oldest of 6, and looking back on my childhood, I remember lots of times my siblings would leave the water on. Drove me crazy! Haha I don’t know what it is, but if water is running for more than a few seconds and someone steps away from the sink, I will get up and turn it off. But the auto shutoff is a good feature in cases like that!

  2. nfolsen

    I got this faucet a while back when they had a deal on it. I was confused at first, because it’s not like sensor faucets in public restrooms where it turns on if your hand is under the faucet and turns off when you pull your hands back. The sensor works as an on/off switch where you move your hand in front of the sensor to turn water on and off. I also started having problems with the stream of water after a couple months, but customer service was great and quickly sent me a replacement faucet head at no cost to me while under warranty and that resolved that issue. All kinks aside, I am still happy with the purchase as someone who uses the kitchen sink a lot. It has really cut back on wet spots on the counter and hardware and it’s very convenient when your hands are really soiled!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Thanks a ton for sharing your experience! Good to know how helpful customer service is!

  3. SuzyHomemakerGoneBad

    We bought this faucet on sale over a year ago, when Hip2Save posted it. We can’t say enough good things about it! We previously had a Delta Touch2O that acted like it was continuously possessed, despite 3 different solenoids and quite a few hours with a technician. But this faucet rules them all! I am crazy paranoid about salmonella on my faucets, and this fixes that issue. I also love the automatic shutoff feature, because sometimes the cats are naughty when we’re gone, and they get onto the counter tops. They have bumped the handle on our previous faucets before and turned them on! If they accidentally turn this faucet on in any way, it’s not a huge issue!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Cool! Super glad this one has been working so well for you! Thanks for the helpful review!

  4. anyamcq

    Just ordered. I have been looking for a sprayer faucet for my utility sink and this will work even better. Exited to have a hands free option when my hands are covered in paint or dirt. Thanks!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome! Glad this one will fit what you have been looking for!

  5. Kris

    We bought the brushed bronze version of this about 6 months ago and we are very happy with it. It takes a few days to get the hang of, but I love not having a continuous puddle of water behind my faucet from manually turning the water on/off while cooking and doing dishes. I also like that my 7 year old can turn it off and on by waving in front of sensor since he struggles reaching the handle.

  6. Bea

    Do you have to stretch to do dishes or wash your hands? Being a short woman with short hands, it can sometimes be difficult to stretch that far it doesn’t extend out enough.

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