Conserve Water and Reduce Bathroom Germs with Nasoni's Fountain Faucets

Nasoni's Fountain Faucets Win the GadgetFlow Editor's Pick and Innovation Awards

The Nasoni Da Vinci Water Fountain Faucet cuts down on bathroom germs and water use. With multiple green certifications, this eco-friendly faucet fountain dispenses water upwards. It shoots water up, like a fountain, instead of into the bowl of the sink, reducing water use. This flow makes the water more accessible for rinsing your mouth after brushing your teeth, for example. Additionally, it’ll make it easier to take in some water when swallowing your morning vitamins. You can replace the cup you keep on your counter that you might not wash often enough. Made entirely of lead-free brass, this Italian-inspired sink drinking fountain embodies beauty. With high-quality components like ceramic disc valves and a PVD finish, this bathroom drinking fountain will be an impressive addition to your home. Read the full article here.


Fast Company 2020 World Changing Ideas Finalist

Fast Company 2020 World Changing Ideas Finalist

Nasoni has been recognized as a Finalist in Fast Company's prestigious World Changing Ideas Awards 2020: Consumer Products Finalists and Honorable Mentions. 
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Nasoni recognized by Fast Company

Nasoni has been recognized by Fast Company as an Honorable Mention in the World Changing Ideas Awards 2020: Health and Wellness Finalists and Honorable Mentions

Products and projects that improve either personal or global well-being and longevity, from apps to devices to treatments. Read about the winner: an at-home medical test startup that may soon have approval for a home test for COVID-19.  

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Polished Chrome Nasoni Widespread Faucet with fountain in use

Green Builder: Da Vinci Featured Among 50 Hot Faucets & Fixtures

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.

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