Indulge Contemporary is our finest line of instant hot water dispensers for use with our Stainless Steel Tank (sold separately) for filtered steaming hot water and cool drinking water all in one system. The contemporary design, in an array of beautiful designer finishes, will complement any kitchen. Designed for use with the re-engineered InSinkErator Stainless Steel Tank and Filtration System, enjoy hot or cool, filtered water right when you need it - now.
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- Hot and Cool — Dispenses steaming hot and cool drinking water
- Graceful high-arching spout swivels for greater convenience and stylish integrated levers provide a dramatic look
- The hot lever automatically shuts off while the Stay-On™ cool lever remains on for easy use
- Durable all brass dispenser construction
- 5-Year We Come To You™ In-Home Service Warranty
- NSF® listed
- For use with InSinkErator's Stainless Steel Tank and Filtration System
- Available in several designer finishes
|Hot Valve||Instant, self-closing|
|Cold Valve||Manual Return|
|Shipping Weight||Approximately 4 lbs.|
|Required Hole Diameter||1 1/4" - 1 1/2" (standard)|
|For use with InSinkErator Hot Water Tank and F-1000S Filtration System (sold separately)|
Installation Care and Use Manual
Reviews / Q&A
Indulge Contemporary Hot/Cool Faucet (FHC1100) Biscuit is rated out of 5 by 175.
Rated 2 out of 5 by PlumberJohn from Love the instant hot but having problems with the dispensers. I'm a service plumber and have installed these systems for years but lately I am running into a rash of the HC-1100 leaking at the base of the leavers. This is occurring on both the hot and cold leavers. I have now found myself in my customer's position paying $350.00 for the dispenser and not being able to repair it. My personal system is less than 7 years old.
Date published: 2018-02-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by David88 from New Faucet Does NOT Work Well I purchased this faucet after having the same unit for 11 years. The original unit functioned very well until a seal in the lever began leaking water four months ago. This replacement unit is very bad. The hot water comes out extremely fast and the cold water comes out very slow. I have tried to regulate the water flow through my water line and it doesn't make a difference. I called customer support and after spending many minutes on the phone with them describing my issue, their advice was, "Call a plumber." I will not do business with Insinkerator in the future. Customer service has been very unhelpful on this issue, and other issues in the past.
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by RetiredGuy00 from Nice Remodel Addition Having smokin’ hot water may not be for everyone, but we have used it for everything from making tea to cleaning off dishes. It’s useful for adding hot water to your cooking as well. However, there is a caveat. Originally,we bought this for the cold water side, hoping to save on constantly opening the refrigerator door to access cool water. We have strong chlorination in our city water making it awful to drink. Unfortunately, you will need to also purchase a prefilter if you want to eliminate this problem. That said, it’s not a bad thing as we now have tasty and handy water at our fingertips for cooking or drinking that is much better than our sink faucet.
Date published: 2018-01-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by Becks from Poor reliability For the cost of the product, InSinkErator should offer unlimited warranty. The hot lever became loose and is leaking too. I have Moen faucets in my house and they simply replace the faucets if they stop working. ISE should do the same or atleast offer discounts for replacement.
Date published: 2018-01-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by jmarianu from Tank Prone to leaking and faucet drips In the last seven years I have had three insinkerator units in my kitchen. The first two leaked in the same spot, at the seal between the two metals cups that create the inner HW tank. I took the first one apart and placed a gasket between the two but the metal eventually corroded and leaked. Second one, I just threw away after determining root cause. The third time I mounted it over a drain pan. However the cord comes out of the bottom instead of the side causing it to sit in the water if it should leak. Advice, They need to replace the inner tank with non corrodable SS type, using better fasteners or just a single tank rather than two pieces. Additionally have, a better plastic housing and insulation, not just styrofoam to reduce standby energy loss. Another issue is the length of the tubing on the faucet; it is too short restricting my mounting options. Additional problem is that the faucet leaks and it is not apparant how to fix it. We recently plumbed my private office with water but at that location I selected a true instant hot water heater connected to the buildings hot water (so it superheats)and just added a faucet for the boiling hot water from that one. The nice thing about that is that I have a digital dial that lets me select the perfect temperature at will. There is no perfect solution but I would not reccommend Insinkerator as it is presently built.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by leaksalot from It makes hot water but it leaks... It makes hot water for sure but it leaks at base of hotwater handle. It clearly looks as if the valve handle should come apart to access and replace orings or gaskets but Insinkerator insists it cant be repaired and that I would have to buy a new one. At nearly $400, I will buy another brand that stands behind their product.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jacklyn from overall good It periodically heats up, at least once per day, and sounds like unit is boiling for approximately 4 minutes. Per company this is expected.
Date published: 2017-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by mgk70 from Great product! So nice to have instant hot water! The cold water is not that cold but good to have as well.
Date published: 2017-10-18
is the cartridge replaceable?
The water filter for the cool water side is replaceable.
Date published: 2014-02-22
How cold is the water supposed to be? I feel like ours is only room temperature at best. NOT what I was expecting.
If you want COLD water, you need to buy the part that makes it cold just like you have the part that heats it up. Otherwise, your cold water is only room temperature.
Date published: 2016-12-24
Blowing air out halfway through filling cup, why?
Try turning down the heat on the heater. I had it on all the way high and it would spit out air in between. I think the water may have been boiling or steaming and the pressure was a build up of air in the tank getting pushed out. I turned it down a bit and it stopped. Maybe that will work for you too?
Date published: 2016-11-26
I broke blue tube inlet by accident when I removed the old tank. Am I able to replace the blue tube and where to get this part?
Not sure what you mean by the blue tube "inlet", but the end that connects to the tank should have a push-to-release type fitting. If the tube broke instead of bending, then it probably needs replacing anyway. Any hardware store should sell tube by the inch. You may need to buy another connector for the end if that's what is broken. The tube and the connectors are sold separately.
Date published: 2017-01-21
is this faucet rebuildable?
I have the Contemporary in Chrome and the cold water valve leaks whenever it is used. JUst replaced the heating unit and after a week with no water the dispenser leaks from the base of the valves primarily the cold water side. The system was installed in 2005 I think.
I tried so many times to extend the life of the faucet. Finally I called insinkerator and they said you cannot buy individual pieces for the faucet to fix it. you need to completely replace it. However, they offered me a 60% discount if I bought it through their site within one week. Since the cold water was dripping constantly I really had no other choice. I am no plumber, but was able to replace it myself, so no expensive installation costs.
Date published: 2015-10-03