AIMADI Spring Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Review is reader-supported. We may earn a commission through products purchased using links on this page. Learn more about us here.

by Lisa Ward

Updated on: 12/23/2020

Product Overview

This pulldown faucet is different from standard spring pulldown faucets in that there is an extendable hose inside that lets you reach farther. Instead of being restricted to just the short length of hose that is visible, this Aimadi is a true pull-away spray handle. Another thing that separates this faucet is the LED light that is located just underneath the spray handle dock. This light is also a separate spigot. When turned on, it activates the LED, so no batteries or dedicated AC line is necessary.

This faucet has an oil rubbed bronze finish that lends an elegant dark look. The flowrate isn’t listed anywhere, but reviewers have no complaints with the pressure from the sprayer; some have even said that it’s a little too powerful. The sprayer has a lock ring so you don’t have to keep holding down the handle to produce continuous spray when cleaning.

Aimadi Spring Pulldown Kitchen Faucet w/LED Lights

AIMADI Spring Pull Down

  • Water Heat LED Indicator
  • 360-degree Swivel
  • Easy to Install
  • Brass

This faucet is a little smaller than most commercial model faucets with an overall height of 16.5 inches. Because of the low overall height, the sprayhead is only 2.5 inches from the mounting deck level. The faucet does spin a full 360 degrees, so this is something you should be aware of, especially if you keep things around the faucet. The reach on the faucet is 8 inches. This is a single-hole faucet mount, and there is no brand name escutcheon available, but you can get a generic one that will fit a 1.8 inch mounting hole.

Because this is an off-brand, there is no warranty listed. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The seller appears to operate almost entirely on Amazon, and utilizes their communication method for maintaining dialogue with customers. With the extremely low price point that is offered on this faucet, it may be worth a gamble for you.

The Skinny on Faucet Finishes

A faucet finish is an added facet of the overall design of your kitchen. Finishes come in light and dark colors, and range from the everyday stainless steel or polished chrome to the dark exotic look of bronzes and brass. But when it comes to decorating, you should know that some of the old rules are outdated.

Matching Finishes

Classically, you are supposed to match the finish of your faucets to the finish of your hardware. So if you have brushed nickel drawer pulls and cabinet handles, you should get brushed nickel faucets, right? Not necessarily. Using the faucet finish to contrast the hardware while still matching the polish style can work well. For example, if you have brushed nickel hardware, consider getting a brushed bronze faucet. The brushed textures and polish will still subtly match each other, but provide a modern contrast that you can then use to tie into other decorating options.

Use Neutral Finishes to Your Advantage

A neutral finish is one that doesn’t really make a statement, but also doesn’t detract from other things. These include nickel, stainless steel, and chrome finishes. Polished chrome is one of the most popular finishes in both the bath and the kitchen and often comes with a fingerprint resistant finish. Stainless steel and nickel are both also very popular because they offer the neutral look of stainless with a little more upscale and polished look.

Cleaning Your Finishes

Of course, it doesn’t matter what type of finish you get if they’re not kept clean. You shouldn’t use any harsh chemicals on your faucet, no matter how tarnished they are. Here are some tips on cleaning the most popular finishes.

  • Use mild dish soap and water with a soft cloth. Try wiping the faucet with the clean dry cloth first to remove oils from fingerprints and everyday use. If dirt still persists, dampen the cloth with the soapy water and lightly wipe. If some dirt is more stubborn, use a soft toothbrush to gently remove the crud.
  • If dish soap isn’t working, go to vinegar. White vinegar is one of the best natural cleaners you’ll ever find. Use a fifty-fifty mixture of vinegar and water to clean the faucet. If you aren’t sure if the vinegar will tarnish your finish, test it on an inconspicuous piece first.
    Keep in mind that if your faucet has a limited lifetime warranty such as that offered by Moen or Kraus, then using a caustic cleaner will void it.


A kitchen faucet is supposed to last a very long time, even if you are taking a chance on an off-brand product. Making the decision on whether or not to choose this or another faucet isn’t a decision to take lightly. That’s why we listed all the features we could find here, so you can make an easy comparison with other models.

  • Unlisted gpm flowrate
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze finish
  • Unlisted valve type
  • Single-hole mount
    • Generic escutcheon plate available separately
    • Escutcheon plate width: 10 inches
  • Total Faucet Height: 16.5 inches
  • Spout Clearance: 2.5 inches
  • Spout Reach: 8 inches
  • Maximum Deck Thickness: unlisted
  • No Warranty Listed


There’s no denying that this Aimadi single handle commercial style faucet is a great deal; between the low price point and the high customer satisfaction rating, it could be worth your while to take a chance on. If you aren’t completely sold, then please take a look at our unbiased reviews of the best commercial faucet brands. Our goal isn’t to sell you anything, but rather to make your shopping experience as stress free as possible.

About the author

Lisa Ward is the owner and main author of Sink and Faucet. She has a degree in marketing and a passion for home design and architecture. When she is not working, you might find her doing home improvements at her own house, reading, or flipping through home design magazines at her favorite coffee house.