This faucet wasted my morning.
First, the installation. It's not complicated on paper (most one hole faucets have a similar design), but they decided to use this square easy connect fixture where the water line connects to the removable wand (see picture). This leaves almost no room to fit it (along with the other 3 lines) through the hole on the sink and the nut you use to tighten the base to the sink. It's not easy to get everything to fit through when you are standing up normal, but lay upside down under the sink and try to get it all to fit without using a few choice words in the process. If that was the only issue, I wouldn't have a problem.
The next issue I have with this is that the 'wand' (faucet that pulls out) doesn't naturally want to align with the base when retracting back into the base, it always wanted to turn because the supply line doesn't flex or rotate enough (see picture). There is a nub that holds it in place when you do retract it all the way back in, but even that doesn't hold well. They probably should have added a magnet to hold it in place better when fully retracted. I could have probably played with the line and adjusted the attached weight to get it to work better, but I really shouldn't have to...my old faucet never had this issue. The pull out wand feels cheap too. The rest of the base is metal and feels really solid, but the handle is light and I believe is all plastic. If that was the only issue, I wouldn't have a problem.
Next, this comes with it's own supply line attached, so you can connect it directly to your water supply shut off. That's great if your supply connections are installed high enough in your cabinet to reach, which most probably aren't. I was able to reach the hot water connection with the length provided, but I couldn't reach my cold water line connection (see picture). I was short about five inches. If that was the only issue, I wouldn't have a problem.
So I get the whole thing connected in about 45 minutes, so not too bad. I turn on my water and have no leaks or any issues, so I'm feeling pretty good about myself. I then turn on the faucet and the water flow is terrible. I thought I didn't have my valve open all the way, but it was. I checked to make sure it wasn't clogged or anything...it wasn't. I gave up at this point at put my old faucet back in, which only took about 15 to put back in because the design is much better. I attached a picture of the flow from my old faucet and the flow from this faucet connected to the exact same supply lines and valve opened completely. The one with the strong flow is my old one...the one that I'm keeping. It doesn't have any of the issues that I mentioned with this, so I'll keep it until it gets a little rougher looking and then replace it with something else that is not this product.
I've done quite a few faucet installations and while they are never fun, they are usually pretty easy besides having to lay upside down and work in tight spaces. This was more difficult than it needed to be and could have been fixed with a little more thought put into the design. I can forgive all that if it worked well after installation, but as you can see in the photos, it didn't. I cannot recommend this product.
Difficult to Install, Weak Water Pressure