If you haven’t bought a faucet in a while, then you may not be aware that conservation is king, and manufacturers are introducing products that use less water than current regulations allow. Though most companies focus on the bath, Gerber has decided to introduce one for the kitchen. Daylene is a single-handle faucet with a high-arc spout to accommodate large pots. It’s designed with a spring-loaded pull down hose and, most important of all, uses a ceramic disc cartridge so it’s unlikely to leak. On top of that, an aerator can bring water flow down to 2.2 gallons per minute. Expect to pay around $252 for the chrome and $342 stainless steel. www.gerberonline.com.