Blanco Precis Cascade -- are bowls too shallow?
I'm in the home stretch with my wretched 33" cabinet base that is making me crazy! Everything I've wanted in sinks require a larger base, so I've narrowed it down, omitting stainless steel as I just can't bring myself to love it. Also omitted the enamel/cast iron... mine is chipped like crazy and I'm hesitant to put another one in.
Was sure I'd love the Franke Orca in fireclay until I saw it in person and the right side is throwing me off for some reason; it looks narrower than I expected, although the fireclay is gorgeous! I could go the Oceania in fireclay, one big open bowl but would rather have an offset drain if possible.
One of my only other options is the Silgranit Precis Cascade, likely in the new Cinder color (carrera marble countertops going in.) For those that own it, the bowl depths are 7 7/8" on left side and 5 1/2" on the right. Since my current enamel/cast iron (double bowl) has a 9" bowl depth, the Precis bowl depths seem shallow. However, once undermounted, theoretically speaking, it should "feel" like a 9" bowl depth on the left side, correct?
For the Precis Cascade owners out there (SparklingWater!) and others -- do you feel that the bowl depths are OK or do you feel they're too shallow? I'm thinking of the Blanco Culina faucet to go with this setup.
Any opinions on this would be great! Thanks!