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Introducing the fingerprint and scratch resistant BLANCO PANERA™- a unique, European-Style pull-out faucet

Thursday, February 15, 2018

New BLANCO PANERA™ Faucet

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BLANCO, the German manufacturer of finely crafted sinks and faucets, introduces the PANERA™ pull-out faucet. Fully crafted of Stainless Steel inside and out, the BLANCO PANERA commands attention from any angle, featuring clean lines and a unique cylindrical spout.

PANERA's sharp, modern features combine with comfortable ergonomics to create a faucet handle designed to move forward - not backward - offering the ability to control space constraints with enduring style. PANERA's innovative stainless steel finish is crafted to withstand the appearance of scratches and fingerprints ensuring a long-lasting, clean and lustrous aesthetic.

"One of our most forward thinking and innovative faucets to date, the BLANCO PANERA answers the need for a faucet that is not only timeless but is also resilient in the kitchen," states Tim Maicher, Director of Marketing for BLANCO. "PANERA is unique in that the interior and exterior are made fully of Stainless Steel, engineered so the PANERA easily resists scratches and fingerprints making it as durable as it is beautiful."

The exceptionally enduring BLANCO PANERA faucet features a pull-out dual spray and a unique European-Style design. With a cylindrical spout featuring an ergonomic top water release button, the PANERA is the ideal faucet for a hard working kitchen.

BLANCO PANERA Details:

European style

Stainless Steel body and spray

Scratch resistant finish

Pull-out dual spray

Ceramic disk cartridge

Limited lifetime warranty

MSRP: $795





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