We've tested our fair share of smart faucets at the CNET Smart Home. and both released Wi-Fi-enabled kitchen faucets last year that work with Alexa and Google Assistant for voice commands. The faucets looked exactly as I expected—two handles and a spout, with a retractable spray nozzle. After all, it isn't often that someone earnestly tries to reinvent the wheel.
Enter the Da Vinci faucet. I mean water fountain. I mean faucet. Whatever it is, I love this thing...
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When used in fountain mode, Da Vinci uses 88 percent less water than existing faucets. The potential water saving in the U.S. could be as high as 136 billion gallons annually just from toothbrushing alone, which is the equivalent of over 9 million backyard swimming pools.