Rated 5 out of 5 by Laura47 Beautiful, functional faucet
Just purchased this faucet for our kitchen remodel and absolutely love it. The design is very sophisticated with minimal detail which is what we were looking for. The pull-down works wonderfully and we use it all the time. Having the "magnetic locking" system was a feature of Delta faucets we definitely wanted. Most other brands do not offer this. The warranty on this faucet is great also. The only minor negative is that when turning on the water, the water pressure may be either not enough or too much for what you need to do, and you have to adjust the handle a bit more. Overall, this is a great faucet. We also purchased the matching soap dispenser and are very happy with it as well.
June 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by David9221 Solid performance and easy to install
I've always used Delta faucets due to the availability of repair parts. When deciding on the new faucet for our recent kitchen upgrade, we looked at many but ended up picking this one. My wife loved the design and feel of it. For me, the best feature of this new Delta was how easy it was to install once our new countertop and sink was in place. I didn't miss having to fumble with a basin wrench while under the cabinet. This new design makes it so much easier to mount that I just can't say enough about it. Once installed we love the way it works and looks.
March 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chinkle The style of this faucet is perfect
The style of the Cassidy pulldown is perfect for a tradition or transitional kitchen. The function is unmatched the in kitchen faucet arena. The pulldown feature is easier to use than a pullout, the Magnatite docking feature keeps your spray head where it's suppose to be and the Diamond Valve is going to keep it leak free for years even in areas with hard water.
May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jshill great faucet
I have only one suggestion. Remove the small "C" and "H" from the handle. I assume they are there to indicate which way to turn the handle to get hot or cold water. These letters are superfluous and confusing. Intuitively, one would move the faucet opposite of what the letters indicate thereby causing confusion and frustration getting used to a new device. Also, anyone can figure out that if they are getting hot water, they must go the other way to get cold and vice versa. In other words the letters are not needed i.e. superfluous. Just remember " handle up" is cold. That is really all that is needed to know.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by steve15 excellent
very pleased with new faucet swivels easily height is good sprayer detaches easily and snaps back nicely when finished
overall, very pleased
February 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carly Looks Great, Works Great
This faucet is amazing. It has a beautiful traditional style and looks great in the Venetian Bronze finish. It matches the style of my traditional/southwest/industrial/super eclectic home perfectly. I love the magnetic spout feature to ensure that the spout always locks back in place when I am done using it. No other faucet on the market has a magnet like this. I also like how there is not a metal hose, it is much quieter than my previous faucet when using the pull down spray.
December 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by j63boe Beautiful faucet
The overall design/fit and finish is beautiful. The performance is good, only dislike is the magnetic docking system for the spray head. It doesn't suck up into the docking system, you have to physically put it in place.
February 12, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by pball2 Looks really nice!
I ordered this faucet for our apron front sink. I wanted a single hole faucet since I was also getting a soap dispenser, instant hot and an air switch at the sink. It is not hooked up yet so I cannot comment on function but as for appearance it is very nice. It is large but I expected that would be the case.
I also chose to go with this faucet over others because it had a longer reach which was important with my sink which is deep front to back. Also because my plumber said Delta was a good option since replacement parts are usually available if needed in the future.
February 5, 2013