I'll split this review up:1. Price - I think two hundred smacks is a lot to spend on a faucet personally, but then again, I have to live with this for 10 years or more. I chose it because it's simple enough with a sleek design and I like simple. It also had a magnetic feature that helps the pull-down sprayer retract - that was a huge draw as some models may not "click" back in place that well. Finally, I had 4 holes to fill as we moved from a two handle to a one handle (more on that in a bit) with a sprayer. I wanted to fill the sprayer hole with a soap pump to help keep the kitchen less cluttered. I wish this faucet costed $1.2.5. :)2. Physical Space - originally I wanted a lower profile faucet because I had a curved one that came with the house which I hated. I hated it because I constantly clinked dishes against it AND I had to hold dishes so close to the back of the sink to rinse them. This solves ALL of those problems (even though it's a curved faucet). The reason? Because a) it's a single handle versus the 2 handle so the handles (when on) don't get in the way of dishes. I often hit dishes against those. b) The faucet itself is about 1 inch higher in clearance, extends further over the middle of the sink AND sprays at an angle so all of my problems are gone. Yay!3. Functionality: Sort of covered in #2 but additionally, the pull-down spray feature is pretty awesome. There are two settings: normal faucet flow and spray. Spray WILL kick back some water splatter until you get used to the force. There may be some wiping in your future. I love the soap pump also. We put dish washing liquid in ours and I was worried that we'd waste a lot using it to wash our hands, but you can definitely control how much you squirt out by pumping only 1/4 of the way. Awesome! It also holds a large amount.4. Ease of Installation: The hardest part is usually uninstalling your old faucet and having the right tools. Adjustable tools are helpful. BTW, I'm a woman if it matters - but I am sort of a handy woman. Instructions aren't awesome - I had to repeat a few things, but it's totally doable by anyone willing to take it one step at a time and be okay without water from the sink. YOU CAN DO IT! BTW, I'm a righty but decided to put the lever on the left side as I drain dishes on the right of the sink. SO GLAD. Also, I didn't seal it as it comes with built in seals - so far so good.
Easy to Install,
Strong Water Pressure,