The Insinkerator F-GN1100C Contemporary Instant Hot Water Dispenser (Chrome). This contempory hot water dispenser features a durable all-brass construction, a graceful, high arc swivel spout for greater convenience, and a stylishly integrated lever handle. This model features a Chrome finish, and is designed to be used with Insinkerator's stainless steel tank and F-201 Filtration System (tank sold separately).
Specialty Faucet Type:
Beverage/Hot Water Faucet
White finish, European styling - Twist lever handle
1/2 gallon capacity delivers 60 cups/hour of near-boiling water.
120 VAC, 750 watts, 6.5 amps.
Thermostatic control adjustable from 140Deg Farenheit to 200Deg Farenheit.
3-year We Come To You Service Warranty (IN-HOME parts and labor service warranty).
Patented DuraTank hot water tank system (Uniquely designed for unsurpassed performance).
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Rated 4.6 out of 5
based on 119 reviews
This is a very good product, PLUS the customer service was even better Rated 5 by JT1962 This was a replacement faucet for an Insinkerator hot water dispenser. The previous one stopped working. I did not have the serial number of the exisitn unit. The customer service people were outstanding and guided me to the correct model number. They gave me a code to insert into the online order form which saved me a considerable amount of $$. The unit shipped when they said it would and arrived within 4 days of my order. The instructions were very simple, AND all the parts were in the box. All in all this was a very good experience, and I would recommend this product to anyone. The customer service people are the drivers. Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2016
A stylish and flawless performing product. Rated 5 by Arnie58 Yes, I recommend this product. Our experience with the Insinkerator hot water dispenser began in our last two previous houses. We had the product installed during the construction of both our new homes, and both performed flawlessly for over 9 years each unit. We were so impressed with the styling and performance of the Insinkerator hot water dispenser we recently had our third one installed in our new home we recently moved into approximately 3-months ago. Since all of our kitchen fixtures in our current home are the antique bronze finish, we matched our hot water dispenser with the same finish and it looks absolutely fantastic. We cannot say enough about this product and our commitment to the brand. Originally posted on insinkerator.com Aug/2015
This product has issues Rated 2 by Disappointed No, I do not recommend this product. We have had problems with this product since shortly after installation. The spout drips irregularly and we have had leaking from the filter area irregularly also. We were replacing another insinkerator that was having dripping problems and was just over 3 years old--we had issues with that unit since it was installed. We even upgraded to a more expensive unit but obviously there must be problems with the design. Our first unit was great and was only replaced because it was old and the tank was starting to look like it was deteriorating. We are disappointed and will probably look into other brands in the future. Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2013
The best thing since sliced bread... Rated 5 by Audrey6403 Yes, I recommend this product. Years ago I coveted an insinkerator hot tap at my sister-in-law's house in Holland and I vowed that if I ever got a new kitchen I was going to have one...Fast forward about 15 years and I now have my new kitchen complete with insinkerator instant hot water tap, and of all the features in my lovely new kitchen, this is the one people envy the most! It is the biggest change to my routine thanks to the instant cup of tea/coffee in the morning.(That's not the only benefit though). It gets used in cleaning and cooking too, speeding up pasta, soups and veg... The filter was really easy to change too. So, if you are planning a new kitchen, this is a must have - and dont be fooled by expensive imitations - this is really everything you need in a hot tap! Originally posted on insinkerator.com Jun/2013