Don’t you just love it when everything is running smoothly? hansgrohe Select on the sink is an ergonomic control concept to make your work easy. Turn water on and off or select the jet type at the touch of a button. As the Select push button can also be operated using the back of your hand of your elbow, the tap stays nice and clean. This is convenient for people of all ages.
Use the Select function on the modern hansgrohe kitchen taps to control water at the sink unit conveniently and with precision:
Talis Select M51 Single lever kitchen mixer 300 with pull-out spout and sBox, single spray mode£655.00
Metris Select M71 2-hole single lever kitchen mixer 320 with pull-out spray and sBox, 2 spray modes£850.00
Metris Select M71 Single lever kitchen mixer 320 with pull-out spout and sBox, single spray mode£740.00
Metris Select M71 2-hole single lever kitchen mixer 220 with pull-out spray and sBox, 2 spray modes£790.00
Talis Select M51 Single lever kitchen mixer 220 with pull-out spout and sBox, single spray mode£620.00
Water control at the touch of a button assists practically all situations in the kitchen: operate the tap easily, using your elbow, back of your hand or forearm. Very practical when you have your hands full, such as when you are filling up large pots. Or when your fingers are dirty. Press the Select push button to turn the water on and off almost casually.
On a two-jet Select tap with hand spray, the jet type is changed at the touch of a button. Choose between normal and shower spray. The hose, which is extendable to 76 cm, gives you extra comfort and a large operating radius at the sink. It can be operated using one hand.
hansgrohe Select for the kitchen is available in two variants: directly on the tap or positioned separately. On Metris Select and Talis Select, you turn the water on and off using the Select push button that is built into the spout. On the M71 range (in the 2-hole variant), water can be turned on and off with pinpoint accuracy by pressing the Select push button on the front rim of the sink. This type of operation is exceptionally ergonomic, and notably accommodates children and people with a restricted operating radius.
Turning on and off at the Select push button requires an opened tap. During long periods of absence, it must be closed at the lever handle or separate operating lever.