How to install an infrared faucet

I've been toying with the idea of replacing my old faucet for a while now. In times of Corona, I think it would be super exciting if I could even use it without actually having to touch it. Furthermore, conserving drinking water is very important to me. The solution? A water tap that is "switched on" via an infrared sensor, I think it is important that the maintenance should be quite manageable and that the installation can be done without any major technical obstacles. Here is the solution for me, a battery operated faucet that can run cold and hot water. This time I did not choose Grohe because they were just too expensive for me at 200-300 euros. Name: Auralum infrared sensor bathroom faucet, automatic, induction, mixer tap for the sink. It took about 45 minutes to install including disassembling my old faucet and everything else (complete cleaning... now that you could actually reach everything :)...). We need four AA batteries: (affiliate) link to the faucet: As always! Filmed and edited with the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. I LOVE this smartphone!

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