O.July 15, 2021
After buying several different handles from various manufacturers and having to return them, these were the ones we ended up having installed and so far I am VERY happy!!! They look amazing, modern, clean easily, don't scratch, and have a nice 'heavy' feel to them.
Two key factors to look out for when you are buying door handles:
1. Hollow vs Solid -- solid has a more expensive heavier feel, though there is nothing wrong with hollow per se. After purchasing both, I would personally err on the side of solid, they are just nicer and more durable.
2. Stainless Steel vs Satin Nickel FINISH (finish - not interior) -- there is a difference, seeing both with my own eyes I would err on the side of Satin Nickel. Again, looks more expensive and just more 'right'. Previously I purchased stainless steel ones, just having opened the box they were already lightly scratched all over the place, I can only imagine what they would look like after use.
Considering I don't want these handles being the limiting factor in having to get my kitchen redone or ever having to replace these as it's a fair amount of work, I felt it was worth the investment to spend a little more on the quality and not regret it later. Everyone complains about the screws not being long enough, well, that seems to be a constant for pretty much all the handles sold on deerhardware, you may need to buy some extra screws no matter where you order from (and yes we did have to do that, but this is an easy purchase of a couple dollars at a local hardware store). We had someone install these, we didn't do it ourselves ... wanted it professionally done so it was all even, etc, though if you know what you are doing there is no magic to it and I'm certain you can DIY.
Ultimately, after looking at several different handles -- these are the ones we went with, I think they are superior to others and I am very happy with the decision. As long as they don't rust with time I can't imagine changing my mind. Also the perfect size, but that is very subjective to your cabinets and what looking you are going for.