Fluid form: Grohe's new single-lever faucet

Grohe launched a new dual-spray pull-down kitchen faucet within its Parkfield collection. Parkfield was designed exclusively for the US market. 

The lever of the Parkfield faucet has a fluid form that is reminiscent of the shape and curves of a leaf, while the bottom of the faucet resembles the shape of water droplet about to fall from the leaf unto the ground. Parkfield’s design offers users a tactile experience with a rounded lever and curved body, highlighted by both the Grohe StarLight chrome and SuperSteel Infinity finish options. Parkfield’s pull-out locking spray head lets users switch between spray and aerated modes. The 360 degree ball-joint on the hose allows for flexible handling of the spray head affording users more coverage of the sink basin without hitting the backsplash.

Parkfield kitchen and bath collections are available in Grohe Starlight Chrome, SuperSteel InfinityFinish and Oil Rubbed Bronze, and are equipped with the following Grohe proprietary technologies: Grohe SilkMove for smooth handling and GROHE SpeedClean Anti-Lime for like-new spray function.




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