March 19

Kohler K-99259-SN Artifacts Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Review

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Kohler K-99259-SN Artifacts Overview

Kohler K-99259-SN Artifacts Pulldown Kitchen Faucet

This Kohler artifacts pull-out spray kitchen faucet is available in three other finishes. These include the dark classic warmth of oil rubbed bronze, the cool shine of Kohler’s vibrant polished nickel, and a vibrant matte stainless.

This faucet has a pull-down sprayer attached to a 70 inch hose. The hose is stored securely using the Kohler DockNetik magnetic docking system. This ensures that you don’t experience the inconvenience of older pull out faucets where the spray heads began to sag. 

Additionally, the quiet nylon hose features a ball joint configuration to provide easy-to-use functionality and Superior ergonomic performance.

This faucet has three different spray features:

  1. An aerated stream for filling pots and other containers.
  2. An angled sweep spray, which is perfect for cleaning dishes.
  3. A very soft spray which gives a softer aerated flow for food preparation. The translucent spray nozzles on the spray head also allow easy cleanup of hard-water buildup.

Installing this Faucet is extremely easy. This faucet is designs for single-hole installation, but a 3-hole escutcheon is available and sold separately. The supply hoses have a 3/8 inch compression fitting and the bottom of the faucet assembly reaches 31.25 in below the mounting deck. This kitchen faucet offers 1.8 gallons per minute with a 60 PSI pressure rating.

Kohler offers a limited lifetime warranty that there faucets will be Leach and drip free during normal residential use for as long as the original consumer owns their home. Should unexpected leaking happen Kohler will mail the cartridge necessary to repair the faucet to good working condition. Additionally, Kohler also covers the vibrant and chrome finishes to be free of defects in material for the lifetime of the product.

Choosing the Best Faucet Flow for Your Needs

You might not have ever considered how the water flow from your faucet can be changed, and what those changes can do for your cleaning and kitchen experience. But we are here to let you in on a little secret and share how to best use those faucet flows to best effect. 

  • Aerated Streams

This is the most common type of water flow that you see from a kitchen faucet. An aerator forces little air bubbles into the water flow, creating a frothier flow with more turbulence. This greater movement gives you a little more cleaning power while letting you use a lot less water. This type of water flow is best suited for filling things with water and rinsing off soft fruits like those fresh peaches you got from the Farmer’s Market.

  • Spray

Use a full stream to rinse stubborn dishes or clean hardier vegetables like potatoes or carrots. A large number of sprays are available, but for the most part, this flow forces water through multiple small nozzles that increase the speed of the water as it exits. This increased speed gives a small amount of water a lot of energy and can make quick work of a dirty plate.

  • Specialty Sprays

Different manufacturers provide different versions of sprays in their kitchen faucets. These range from linear sprays to softer rainfall type spatter. The linear sprays provide a wall of spray that can be used to sweep debris off of larger cutting boards and easily cut through grease and grime on pots and pans. The softer aerated sprays are used to fill water pitchers, rinsing berries, and other delicate work. These have their uses as well.

  • Laminar Streams

A laminar flow is when there is no aerator in the spigot. This flow is marked by a smooth appearance that looks almost like there’s no water moving at all. This is an extremely decorative water flow and with the addition of specialty spigots can create unique flow patterns that look like lace or even a fun spiral. This is primarily decorative and can be used like an aerated flow, but with an emphasis on being a little more special.

Features of the Kohler Artifacts K-99259-SN Pulldown Faucet

Kohler K-99259-SN Artifacts Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Review

There are few purchases for your home that will last as long as a kitchen faucet. We understand that making this decision isn’t always easy, especially if you’re exploring all the options to find the best kitchen faucet for your family and loved ones. That’s why we have all the most important features here for easy comparison as you shop.

  • Dimensions:
    • Spout Height: 9-5/8 inches
    • Spout Reach: 9-1/16 inches
    • Overall Height: 17-5/8 inches
  • Hose Length: 70 inches
  • Flow Rate: 1.8 Gallons Per Minute
  • Water Connection Size: 3/8 inch
  • Faucet Hole Size: 1-5/16 inch
  • Optional escutcheon available for installation in 3-hole systems
  • Kohler Technology
    • ProMotion Nylon Hose
    • MasterClean Spray Nozzles
    • DockNetik Magnetic Docking System
    • Sweep Spray Function
  • Lifetime Warranty

Conclusion

This Kohler faucet is an excellent choice to install into your kitchen. With the extremely high gooseneck style and the ability to swivel a full 360 Degrees to allow access to the entire sink, this faucet offers unparalleled reach and accessibility. However, if you are still unsure, we have multiple other in-depth and unbiased reviews to help you make your final purchase decision.


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