Delta Cassidy Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Touch2O(R) Technology, Arctic Stainless
Model # 9197T-AR-DST|Store SKU # 1001031545
- Model # 9197T-AR-DST
- Store SKU # 1001031545
Touch on. Touch off. With Touch2O<sup></sup> Technology, it doesn't matter if you have two full hands or ten messy fingers. Tap anywhere on the spout or handle of the faucet with your hand, wrist or forearm to start and stop the flow of water. Thoughtfully designed to make kitchen tasks easier, Touch2O Technology allows you to turn the faucet on and off with just a touch anywhere on the faucet's spout or handle. It was the first innovation of its kind on the market, and now offers more styles, finishes and options than ever. Designed for precise, responsive control every time, no matter where you touch. You can easily control and change the water temperature above the deck using the faucet handle. All Touch2O models are water-efficient, underlining Delta's commitment to conservation. The pull-down spray wand comes free with a gentle tug and gives you total flexibility.
- Touch2O technology enables you to turn the flow of water on or off with just a tap of your wrist or forearm
- Battery operated (6 AA included) for up to 2 year battery life or 6 C (not included) for up to 5 year battery life, optional A/C adapter EP73954 may be ordered separately
- MagnaTite<sup>®</sup> docking keeps the kitchen pull-down spray wand firmly in place with a powerful integrated magnet, so it stays docked when not in use
- 1 or 3-hole installation
- For 3-hole installation, order escutcheon RP71545
- 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
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Customer ReviewsCassidy Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Touch2O(R) Technology, Arctic Stainless is rated out of 5 by 85.Rated 1 out of 5 by WaterlessWoman from This faucet worked well for about a week. After that, it was slow torture until it finally died. ... This faucet worked well for about a week. After that, it was slow torture until it finally died. It started with the touch feature functioning about half the time, and only if it was touched in one specific location on the side and (if you were feeling lucky) occasionally on the handle. I kept replacing batteries thinking that would solve the problem, but it never helped. Some days it would go hours before it decided to cooperate. Sometimes you'd be sitting in the livingroom reading a book and it would just to turn itself on out of the blue, giving you a split second panic attack about the stranger in your kitchen, until you realized it was just the devil faucet toying with you. Sometimes it refused to turn off and would run until the auto off feature engaged. It's been just under 2 years since this faucet has been installed and it no longer functions at all. Not even manually. After 2 days of wondering if the demon who possess it will come back to life, I think the nightmare is finally over. However, now I have a sink full of dirty dishes I can't clean until I purchase and install a new faucet. Worst purchase ever.Date published: 2019-03-10Rated 1 out of 5 by Carl from touch fails and disables faucet no water at all This was part of our remodel been used for about 3 weeks. Worked great then quit all together. No light, no touch, and disables manual faucet so we get no water in the kitchen sink. Can't cook, can't wash hands, dishes, or anything. Need a bucket to rinse the sink as it failed in the middle of cooking. Scrap that meal. Why fail in a completely disabled mode. Please fail to manual use at least. Even disconnected the wires as the troubleshooting recommends for manual usage only. That did not enable manual usage. Tried the online troubleshooting and no impact. Checked battery voltage and was fine. AC fine, not touching metal. What is with that these are insulated wires if they are so sensitive they can't touch themselves or any metal buy shielded wires and build a proper electronic system. This is not inside a computer case after all. Even computer wires can touch each other! I want this technology out of my house. It is just a faucet after all. I do not want to do electronic maintenance on hyper sensitive wires under a sink inside a cabinet on the floor. Not an appropriate working environment or an appropriate place for this kind of tech.Date published: 2019-02-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Carolyn from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaserDate published: 2019-02-07Rated 5 out of 5 by Lynne from We've had this faucet for 3 weeks and I like... We've had this faucet for 3 weeks and I like using it very much. After reading the reviews, we decided to have Home Depot install it. The installation went smoothly and quickly. I think I chose the right faucet for us.Date published: 2019-01-02Rated 2 out of 5 by Andy from Faucet inexplicably stops working Worked fine for a year or two. Touch feature became inconsistent. Then, the faucet would invariably become inoperable. How can I fix this? I changed the batteries but that doesn't seem to be the issue. I'm not a plummer. Didn't think I'd need to decipher instructions just to get the water running. Is there a simple fix?Date published: 2018-12-20Rated 1 out of 5 by Margaret from broke after two months The solenoid in the faucet broke after two months of use.The plumber advised us to turn all the way off when I was not in the kitchen so it really did not get much use.Date published: 2018-12-14Rated 1 out of 5 by SDMathis from Faulty or Poor Quality Loved the faucet until it suddenly stopped the water flow and now its down to a trickle. Called a plumber and he suggested replacing the faucet with a standard faucet or just bypass the water regulator associated with the touch system. Obviously after spending this kind of money on the faucet I am not too inclined to purchase a new one. Unfortunately my loves the design of this one so I am stuck with the touch faucet with the touch feature disconnected. Not what I expected when I purchased this during our kitchen remodel.Date published: 2018-12-09Rated 1 out of 5 by Kms2512 from Still not worth the money We tried all of the suggestions given. There is no change and I still think this was one of the worst buys for our new home.Date published: 2018-11-11