Diverter Valve

$30.00
Regular price $30.00

Finally a solution for those who have a wand style pullout faucet.

For years, those who have a pullout faucet have been unable to install a countertop filtration system. No longer is that a problem. Simply disconnect the wand head of the faucet from the tubing and splice the new inline diverter valve into this connection. Keep the full functionality of your faucet while also enjoying the benefits of a countertop alkaline system.

Diverter Valve

This diverter will work with approximately 70% of wand style faucets. To determine if yours is compatible, disconnect the wand from the tubing by twisting the wand counterclockwise. You need to have a flush/flat connection, like a garden hose. If the connection has a stem or any kind of uniquely shaped component, it will most likely not be compatible.

The diverter also includes 2 adapters for those with smaller connections, so it will fit either ½” or ⅜” threading.

Finally a solution for those who have a wand style pullout faucet.

For years, those who have a pullout faucet have been unable to install a countertop filtration system. No longer is that a problem. Simply disconnect the wand head of the faucet from the tubing and splice the new inline diverter valve into this connection. Keep the full functionality of your faucet while also enjoying the benefits of a countertop alkaline system.

Diverter Valve

This diverter will work with approximately 70% of wand style faucets. To determine if yours is compatible, disconnect the wand from the tubing by twisting the wand counterclockwise. You need to have a flush/flat connection, like a garden hose. If the connection has a stem or any kind of uniquely shaped component, it will most likely not be compatible.

The diverter also includes 2 adapters for those with smaller connections, so it will fit either ½” or ⅜” threading.

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Excellent customersservice

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works

water runs through system but also through faucet at the same time.****Hi Tim. Sounds like you have a faulty diverter valve. We'll contact you to get a replacement sent out immediately.***

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Y.
Does what it's supposed to do...but pricey

This diverter valve works great, but it's awfully expensive for a simple diverter. Also, it doesn't turn itself off the way the default diverter did. Still, I'm really glad I don't have to run my filter underneath the sink. (****Vitev comment**** - Thanks Yaron. We've made it as low priced as possible and much lower than the few other places you can find it!)