• Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish
  • Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish
  • Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish
Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish
Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish
Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish

Ready Hot RH-F570-CH Single Lever Faucet for Hot Water Only, Chrome Finish

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  • 190 degree hot water at your fingertips
  • Works with a compatible hot water tank (not included) to deliver 60 cups of 190F water per hour
  • Automated heater protection, prevents tank burnout in case of dry start
  • Inexpensive to maintain
  • No waste, use only what you need
  • Note: Ready Hot faucet will not fit the ISE tank

Customer Reviews

A very good faucet for the AH-1300 hot water tankThis is a very good unit for the price. I am very happy that I purchased this product. I like the separate hot and cold water handles, plus the fact that you have to press down on the hot water handle and push the lever down to activate the hot water.With the prior Everhot unit, I had purchased a replacement faucet which cost over $500. The Everhot unit leaked when we were in Greece, so I purchased a Anaheim AH-1300. Once I received the AH-1300 from Amazon, I discovered that the $500 Everhot faucet would not work with the AH-1300 unit that I just purchased. So I checked on Amazon and found this RH-F560-BN for $80.There is a huge difference in quality from the $500 Everhot unit and the $80 faucet (and I suppose this justifies the price differential). But I am still happy because the $80 Ready Hot unit suits all of our needs right now. And it works with the AH-1300 unit.5Good as Retrofit to ISEFor me this is a retrofit on to an (ISE the major american competitor) system. The lever/handle stays down until lifted and keep pouring out hot water. Just had to cap one line (Faucet Return) from the hot water tank I kept (it had three ports: Feed, Outlet, Faucet Return). Easy enough to mount, secure, works. The brand name versions are way too $$$ expensive to replace, so I went a different route. The handle does have a safety lock in the off (closed/up) position. I wanted to mount it with the handle on the left, this is not possible given its design (the handle would have rotated back instead of forward).5Works good for tall mugs, but is temperamental.I used this faucet with an Insinkerator HWT-F100S instant water heater because it claimed to put out 200 degree water. It only measures to 190. Still better that my 170 degree Keurig.I got this faucet because it has a sleek single handle that I can put tall mugs under.The heater has a vent and this faucet has no provisions for that.It's an odd hookup in that the 2 metal lines are essentially a pass-through to the input of the heater.The heater output goes to the large center tube.At first it would spew out water whenever it felt like it even with the handle fully closed. It also would spew water out of the heater vent.As a workaround I routed a 25" line to a bucket in the basement. So far no liquid has made it that far.Lately it hasn't spewed any water from the faucet either. I believe the long vent line is the fix until I figure out a more elegant solution or I'll replace the heater with a ventless ReadyHot in 5 years when the current one shits the bed.4A Value based direct replacement When we built our house 10 years ago we selected the everpure instant hot water system, when the heater died we switched to the waste king/anaheim Anaheim AH-1300. Now the EV9000 hot cold dispenser was leaking even with the valves turned off. In lieu of buying another $350 everpure we went with this unit. The hardest part of install was removing the old unit. The existing hole in granite countertop was sufficient and the hot water tank only needed a hose fitting removed to mate up to this unit (it is spelled out in the instructions to remove the existing hose fitting). This unit was about an inch taller than the everpure and resembles it without being quite as sleek. But the value is indisputable. Only time will tell if this unit holds up well, my only concern is longevity of this unit, as it is unknown at this point. 5Install isn't as easy as you think it will be and it seems cheapSo a couple things at the front: The people who say it isn't a standard hookup are half right, it's a 1/4 inch tube that's common with instant hot taps, but not with sink supply. For some reason the cold water tube from the faucet to instant hot tank was 5/16 with a larger tube that we ultimately threw away. Next, the install method is interesting, but the bolts strip far too easily and the hinged piece that goes under your sink is too prone to being angled which means the bolt won't thread properly. When one stripped, I needed a replacement, but I couldn't match the bolt at the hardware store so the bolt itself might not be standard. We ended up using thinner bolts and nuts. Also, I would have liked the folding part that went through the sink hole a lot more if it was spring loaded. It came with some 1/4 inch tube, but I'd recommend getting more if you don't have some available.After the install, things have worked well enough. The safety lock is pretty easy to use, so anyone who can reach your sink can get hot water. We'll see how this holds up over the next few years.3Can install from the topWhat is truly wonderful about this faucet is that it can be installed from the top - for the most part. You still have to connect the hoses down below, but the faucet itself can be adhered from the top using an innovative collapsing nut. I also like that the neck can swivel out of the way. Many instant hot faucet necks cannot swivel. The only reason I gave it four stars is because I could only find it in polished chrome. We have a satin main faucet so it doesn't match. It's a small thing, but it would have been nice to have a choice of finishes.4Hot water when one needs it or hot water at your fingertips My original faucet started leaking after 13 months of use. I chose this faucet as a replacement. The build and finish is excellent. Even better, this faucet contained all hoses needed for assembly to the hot water tank. Just a tee and a union was needed to attach to the cold water line. The design is good. Especially since it can be assembled to the sink from the top side. That made installation a quick breeze. No fumbling with nuts or screws from the underside behind the sink. My old faucet was a nightmare in so many ways compared to this new one.The handle has a safety button that must be depressed in order to turn on the hot water. No accidental scalding. Also, unlike my old faucet, this one does not spill hot water when the tank is heating. (It will if I set the thermostat to max; but that is too hot a setting and the tank keeps generating steam at the max setting.) The water flow is also faster with this faucet compared to the old one. So based on a sample of two faucets, this one is the winner. 5This is a beautiful hot water faucetThis is a beautiful hot water faucet. We needed to replace an older one and it was difficult finding a contemporary style that had both hot and cold handles. We purchased it to go with our new kitchen faucet (Danze D455058SS Parma Pre-Rinse Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel) and the two complement each other perfectly. I am so surprised at how such small changes can make such a big impact on my kitchen. I love them both. I will caution you to make sure the faucet is close to the edge of the sink during installation as the spout doesn't extend over the sink very far. Since this was going in a previously cut hole in our granite we were unable to move it closer. I love that the hot water handle has a button on the top which you must depress if you use the hot water side which keeps hands from accidentally being scalded like my previous faucet. It is really beautiful, don't hesitate to buy it. So happy with both faucets!5Excellent Quality - Difficult InstallOnce installed I rate this as an excellent product that looks and works much better than the original faucet for my Hot and Cold EverHot AH1300. Although the installation procedure has a clever idea that is intended to allow for a one man install without getting under the sink, in my case the procedure did not work and that resulted in a much more labor intensive, two man solution that took more than hour. The above counter installation procedure needs to go back to the drawing board and redesigned so that it works as intended. In my case the plastic connecting threads instantly broke, which made for a very unorthodox under counter procedure that required another person above the counter to thread the two screws through the under counter part that was very difficult to position while on your back and working with limited space. A standard installation design would have worked much better in my case.4Great faucet at an outstanding price. Luxury at a bargain!I bought this faucet to replace a "hot only" when we added reverse osmosis. It is the best. The handles operate with a smooth, luxury feel. I don't know how to describe it better but there is no way you can get a better faucet by spending more. I've had in installed for about 6 weeks and it has operated flawlessly. Another neat thing regarding installation: It has a folding bottom plate so you fold it, push the plate through the hole in your counter, then pull the nylon handles and the plate opens up and you can screw it in from the top! No crawling under the sink or need for a faucet wrench. Then you simply push the hoses through the top and bottom plates and the faucet attaches to those plates from the top with an allen screw. I left the allen screw for the top of the faucet a little loose so my wife can fill a glass or pot while it rests on the counter then rotate the spout back over the sink. Yes, this faucet if perfect for reverse osmosis and our reverse osmosis ready instant hot tank.Some companies hound you for a review but this company never did. I was filling a glass of water and thought I had to write this review so I looked up my past orders to write it. I can't say enough good things about it. You will love it too.5Works great and looks good (after I painted it oil rubbed bronze)I bought this to replace an insinkerator hot water dispenser (the insikerator was terrible). It is high quality and a low price (always the best combination). The only problem is that it is brushed nickel and the wife would not accept that. So I made some modifications to make it wife acceptable and use higher quality hoses. I'm documenting what I did here for future reference.1. Painting it oil rubbed bronze: - Materials used a. Rust-Oleum 249131 11 oz Universal All Surface Spray Paint, Oil Rubbed Bronze Metallic b. Soft foam from a leftover piece of a foam mattress pad (the kind you use for sleeping on when camping). - Procedure a. I took the faucet apart as much as possible. I took off the spout, pulled out the tube inside it, and took off the tip of the spout. I took off the hot water handle (unscrews) and popped out the red button. I couldn't get the cold water handle off or the blue button off so I just painted over it. b. I wrapped any exposed parts with tape that I didn't want painted (e.g., the part of the spout that sticks into the base). c. I filled in any holes that I didn't want paint to enter with pieces of foam cut to fit. I cut two approximately half moon shaped pieces of foam and put them in the bottom of the faucet so each half moon was in the hole on one side of the tubes extending out from the bottom (I also took off the rubber hose). d. I used sandpaper to rough up the surfaces I would paint. I think I used 150 grit (but could be 120 or something like that). e. I then spray painted it. I held the small pieces by sticking a piece of electrical wire (18 or 20 ga) through the foam in the piece and then spray painted it. For example, I put foam in the tip of the spout and then pushed the wire through the foam so I could easily hold the piece while I spray painted it. I put a few coats on and let it dry for at least a couple of days before trying to install.2. Converting it to use braided hoses instead of the cheap plastic stuff it came with. - Materials used a. Braided hose from water supply to faucet (my water supply is a 3/8" compression fitting so I used a 3/8" line: LASCO 10-0962 36-Inch water supply line) b. Braided hose between faucet and heated tank (I used the Ready Hot tank and it was mounted a little less than 2 ft away so I used a 1/4" line: Lasco 10-0946 water supply line). c. A 90 degree fitting at the tank that is 1/4" tube quick connect on one side and 1/4" FIP on the other side (you can see it in the pictures). I didn't buy this (had it already) so I don't have a recommended source for it. d. Two bushing adapters (this was the hardest part; I bought a lot of the wrong adapters before finding this one). I bought Dynapex Metric Pipe Adapter/Oil Pressure 1/4" NPT Male to M10 X 1.0 M10x1 Female Bushing (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FLQ61RV). The key thing to know is that the threads on the faucet are M10x1.0. I needed to go from that to the 1/4" and 3/8" compression fittings on the hoses. The bushings got me halfway there. e. Two 1/4 OD x 1/4 FIP adapter. One for each end of the 1/4" hose. This converts the 1/4 FIP on the bushing and the quick connect fitting to the 1/4" compression fitting on the hose. I got these at Home Depot. f. One 3/8 OD x 1/4 FIP adapter. This converts the 1/4 FIP on the bushing to the 3/8" compression fitting on the hose.I connected everything up using lots of teflon thread tape and it works great.5Really loved this Hot/Cold Faucet while it lasted...Installed Woder water filter in basement, that feeds this faucet as well as a Waste King AH-1300-C1 instant hot water heater tank. Only 1 year and 8 months, the faucet leaked badly from inside the unit (hot water leaked when in use only). Created tons of damage to new plywood under sink. Not sure how long it was leaking before we discovered. Talked with manufacturer and dismissed me after finding out it was over 1 year old and out of warranty.Too bad I wasn't able to find this modern style in brushed Nickel/Stainless from a more reliable manufacturer. Still looking for replacement and do not have use of my hot (unplugged it for now). Cold still works...I am still trying to get a exploded view/part diagram from them to see if I can fix it by disassembling it. But unresponsive. Nothing but problems with Instant-Hots. Tanks only last a couple years also in my experience and seems to be the consensus from reviews read. Thought the filter would prolong the tank and has, however the faucet!? All new hot tank/lines/filter/hoses after upgrading from single lever hot to this dual hot/cold faucet.2Looks good and easy to install Looks good and easy to install. I installed the faucet near the corner of the sink. I was expecting a very tough back bending installation job. But, the instruction and available parts and design made it quite easy to install. Combine with a new instant hot water tank and a set of refreshed osmosis water filters, probably cleanest and most luxurious drinking water is at the finger tips. The only slight blemish is the cold water handle does not turn as smoothly. Definitely live-able with that, however, it does reflect a bit of the manufacturing quality overall. 4
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Description
  • 190 degree hot water at your fingertips
  • Works with a compatible hot water tank (not included) to deliver 60 cups of 190F water per hour
  • Automated heater protection, prevents tank burnout in case of dry start
  • Inexpensive to maintain
  • No waste, use only what you need
  • Note: Ready Hot faucet will not fit the ISE tank
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A very good faucet for the AH-1300 hot water tankThis is a very good unit for the price. I am very happy that I purchased this product. I like the separate hot and cold water handles, plus the fact that you have to press down on the hot water handle and push the lever down to activate the hot water.With the prior Everhot unit, I had purchased a replacement faucet which cost over $500. The Everhot unit leaked when we were in Greece, so I purchased a Anaheim AH-1300. Once I received the AH-1300 from Amazon, I discovered that the $500 Everhot faucet would not work with the AH-1300 unit that I just purchased. So I checked on Amazon and found this RH-F560-BN for $80.There is a huge difference in quality from the $500 Everhot unit and the $80 faucet (and I suppose this justifies the price differential). But I am still happy because the $80 Ready Hot unit suits all of our needs right now. And it works with the AH-1300 unit.5Good as Retrofit to ISEFor me this is a retrofit on to an (ISE the major american competitor) system. The lever/handle stays down until lifted and keep pouring out hot water. Just had to cap one line (Faucet Return) from the hot water tank I kept (it had three ports: Feed, Outlet, Faucet Return). Easy enough to mount, secure, works. The brand name versions are way too $$$ expensive to replace, so I went a different route. The handle does have a safety lock in the off (closed/up) position. I wanted to mount it with the handle on the left, this is not possible given its design (the handle would have rotated back instead of forward).5Works good for tall mugs, but is temperamental.I used this faucet with an Insinkerator HWT-F100S instant water heater because it claimed to put out 200 degree water. It only measures to 190. Still better that my 170 degree Keurig.I got this faucet because it has a sleek single handle that I can put tall mugs under.The heater has a vent and this faucet has no provisions for that.It's an odd hookup in that the 2 metal lines are essentially a pass-through to the input of the heater.The heater output goes to the large center tube.At first it would spew out water whenever it felt like it even with the handle fully closed. It also would spew water out of the heater vent.As a workaround I routed a 25" line to a bucket in the basement. So far no liquid has made it that far.Lately it hasn't spewed any water from the faucet either. I believe the long vent line is the fix until I figure out a more elegant solution or I'll replace the heater with a ventless ReadyHot in 5 years when the current one shits the bed.4A Value based direct replacement When we built our house 10 years ago we selected the everpure instant hot water system, when the heater died we switched to the waste king/anaheim Anaheim AH-1300. Now the EV9000 hot cold dispenser was leaking even with the valves turned off. In lieu of buying another $350 everpure we went with this unit. The hardest part of install was removing the old unit. The existing hole in granite countertop was sufficient and the hot water tank only needed a hose fitting removed to mate up to this unit (it is spelled out in the instructions to remove the existing hose fitting). This unit was about an inch taller than the everpure and resembles it without being quite as sleek. But the value is indisputable. Only time will tell if this unit holds up well, my only concern is longevity of this unit, as it is unknown at this point. 5Install isn't as easy as you think it will be and it seems cheapSo a couple things at the front: The people who say it isn't a standard hookup are half right, it's a 1/4 inch tube that's common with instant hot taps, but not with sink supply. For some reason the cold water tube from the faucet to instant hot tank was 5/16 with a larger tube that we ultimately threw away. Next, the install method is interesting, but the bolts strip far too easily and the hinged piece that goes under your sink is too prone to being angled which means the bolt won't thread properly. When one stripped, I needed a replacement, but I couldn't match the bolt at the hardware store so the bolt itself might not be standard. We ended up using thinner bolts and nuts. Also, I would have liked the folding part that went through the sink hole a lot more if it was spring loaded. It came with some 1/4 inch tube, but I'd recommend getting more if you don't have some available.After the install, things have worked well enough. The safety lock is pretty easy to use, so anyone who can reach your sink can get hot water. We'll see how this holds up over the next few years.3Can install from the topWhat is truly wonderful about this faucet is that it can be installed from the top - for the most part. You still have to connect the hoses down below, but the faucet itself can be adhered from the top using an innovative collapsing nut. I also like that the neck can swivel out of the way. Many instant hot faucet necks cannot swivel. The only reason I gave it four stars is because I could only find it in polished chrome. We have a satin main faucet so it doesn't match. It's a small thing, but it would have been nice to have a choice of finishes.4Hot water when one needs it or hot water at your fingertips My original faucet started leaking after 13 months of use. I chose this faucet as a replacement. The build and finish is excellent. Even better, this faucet contained all hoses needed for assembly to the hot water tank. Just a tee and a union was needed to attach to the cold water line. The design is good. Especially since it can be assembled to the sink from the top side. That made installation a quick breeze. No fumbling with nuts or screws from the underside behind the sink. My old faucet was a nightmare in so many ways compared to this new one.The handle has a safety button that must be depressed in order to turn on the hot water. No accidental scalding. Also, unlike my old faucet, this one does not spill hot water when the tank is heating. (It will if I set the thermostat to max; but that is too hot a setting and the tank keeps generating steam at the max setting.) The water flow is also faster with this faucet compared to the old one. So based on a sample of two faucets, this one is the winner. 5This is a beautiful hot water faucetThis is a beautiful hot water faucet. We needed to replace an older one and it was difficult finding a contemporary style that had both hot and cold handles. We purchased it to go with our new kitchen faucet (Danze D455058SS Parma Pre-Rinse Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, Stainless Steel) and the two complement each other perfectly. I am so surprised at how such small changes can make such a big impact on my kitchen. I love them both. I will caution you to make sure the faucet is close to the edge of the sink during installation as the spout doesn't extend over the sink very far. Since this was going in a previously cut hole in our granite we were unable to move it closer. I love that the hot water handle has a button on the top which you must depress if you use the hot water side which keeps hands from accidentally being scalded like my previous faucet. It is really beautiful, don't hesitate to buy it. So happy with both faucets!5Excellent Quality - Difficult InstallOnce installed I rate this as an excellent product that looks and works much better than the original faucet for my Hot and Cold EverHot AH1300. Although the installation procedure has a clever idea that is intended to allow for a one man install without getting under the sink, in my case the procedure did not work and that resulted in a much more labor intensive, two man solution that took more than hour. The above counter installation procedure needs to go back to the drawing board and redesigned so that it works as intended. In my case the plastic connecting threads instantly broke, which made for a very unorthodox under counter procedure that required another person above the counter to thread the two screws through the under counter part that was very difficult to position while on your back and working with limited space. A standard installation design would have worked much better in my case.4Great faucet at an outstanding price. Luxury at a bargain!I bought this faucet to replace a "hot only" when we added reverse osmosis. It is the best. The handles operate with a smooth, luxury feel. I don't know how to describe it better but there is no way you can get a better faucet by spending more. I've had in installed for about 6 weeks and it has operated flawlessly. Another neat thing regarding installation: It has a folding bottom plate so you fold it, push the plate through the hole in your counter, then pull the nylon handles and the plate opens up and you can screw it in from the top! No crawling under the sink or need for a faucet wrench. Then you simply push the hoses through the top and bottom plates and the faucet attaches to those plates from the top with an allen screw. I left the allen screw for the top of the faucet a little loose so my wife can fill a glass or pot while it rests on the counter then rotate the spout back over the sink. Yes, this faucet if perfect for reverse osmosis and our reverse osmosis ready instant hot tank.Some companies hound you for a review but this company never did. I was filling a glass of water and thought I had to write this review so I looked up my past orders to write it. I can't say enough good things about it. You will love it too.5Works great and looks good (after I painted it oil rubbed bronze)I bought this to replace an insinkerator hot water dispenser (the insikerator was terrible). It is high quality and a low price (always the best combination). The only problem is that it is brushed nickel and the wife would not accept that. So I made some modifications to make it wife acceptable and use higher quality hoses. I'm documenting what I did here for future reference.1. Painting it oil rubbed bronze: - Materials used a. Rust-Oleum 249131 11 oz Universal All Surface Spray Paint, Oil Rubbed Bronze Metallic b. Soft foam from a leftover piece of a foam mattress pad (the kind you use for sleeping on when camping). - Procedure a. I took the faucet apart as much as possible. I took off the spout, pulled out the tube inside it, and took off the tip of the spout. I took off the hot water handle (unscrews) and popped out the red button. I couldn't get the cold water handle off or the blue button off so I just painted over it. b. I wrapped any exposed parts with tape that I didn't want painted (e.g., the part of the spout that sticks into the base). c. I filled in any holes that I didn't want paint to enter with pieces of foam cut to fit. I cut two approximately half moon shaped pieces of foam and put them in the bottom of the faucet so each half moon was in the hole on one side of the tubes extending out from the bottom (I also took off the rubber hose). d. I used sandpaper to rough up the surfaces I would paint. I think I used 150 grit (but could be 120 or something like that). e. I then spray painted it. I held the small pieces by sticking a piece of electrical wire (18 or 20 ga) through the foam in the piece and then spray painted it. For example, I put foam in the tip of the spout and then pushed the wire through the foam so I could easily hold the piece while I spray painted it. I put a few coats on and let it dry for at least a couple of days before trying to install.2. Converting it to use braided hoses instead of the cheap plastic stuff it came with. - Materials used a. Braided hose from water supply to faucet (my water supply is a 3/8" compression fitting so I used a 3/8" line: LASCO 10-0962 36-Inch water supply line) b. Braided hose between faucet and heated tank (I used the Ready Hot tank and it was mounted a little less than 2 ft away so I used a 1/4" line: Lasco 10-0946 water supply line). c. A 90 degree fitting at the tank that is 1/4" tube quick connect on one side and 1/4" FIP on the other side (you can see it in the pictures). I didn't buy this (had it already) so I don't have a recommended source for it. d. Two bushing adapters (this was the hardest part; I bought a lot of the wrong adapters before finding this one). I bought Dynapex Metric Pipe Adapter/Oil Pressure 1/4" NPT Male to M10 X 1.0 M10x1 Female Bushing (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FLQ61RV). The key thing to know is that the threads on the faucet are M10x1.0. I needed to go from that to the 1/4" and 3/8" compression fittings on the hoses. The bushings got me halfway there. e. Two 1/4 OD x 1/4 FIP adapter. One for each end of the 1/4" hose. This converts the 1/4 FIP on the bushing and the quick connect fitting to the 1/4" compression fitting on the hose. I got these at Home Depot. f. One 3/8 OD x 1/4 FIP adapter. This converts the 1/4 FIP on the bushing to the 3/8" compression fitting on the hose.I connected everything up using lots of teflon thread tape and it works great.5Really loved this Hot/Cold Faucet while it lasted...Installed Woder water filter in basement, that feeds this faucet as well as a Waste King AH-1300-C1 instant hot water heater tank. Only 1 year and 8 months, the faucet leaked badly from inside the unit (hot water leaked when in use only). Created tons of damage to new plywood under sink. Not sure how long it was leaking before we discovered. Talked with manufacturer and dismissed me after finding out it was over 1 year old and out of warranty.Too bad I wasn't able to find this modern style in brushed Nickel/Stainless from a more reliable manufacturer. Still looking for replacement and do not have use of my hot (unplugged it for now). Cold still works...I am still trying to get a exploded view/part diagram from them to see if I can fix it by disassembling it. But unresponsive. Nothing but problems with Instant-Hots. Tanks only last a couple years also in my experience and seems to be the consensus from reviews read. Thought the filter would prolong the tank and has, however the faucet!? All new hot tank/lines/filter/hoses after upgrading from single lever hot to this dual hot/cold faucet.2Looks good and easy to install Looks good and easy to install. I installed the faucet near the corner of the sink. I was expecting a very tough back bending installation job. But, the instruction and available parts and design made it quite easy to install. Combine with a new instant hot water tank and a set of refreshed osmosis water filters, probably cleanest and most luxurious drinking water is at the finger tips. The only slight blemish is the cold water handle does not turn as smoothly. Definitely live-able with that, however, it does reflect a bit of the manufacturing quality overall. 4
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  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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