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Moen 6810 Single Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet

SKU: 63574
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About the Moen 6810

The soft, modern styling of the Method series offers clean lines and a simple profile that contributes to the sleek, uncluttered look of any contemporary home.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Moen
Number of Handles: Single handle
Color: Chrome
Product Collection: Casa
Room: Bathroom
Spout Style: Low Arc
Product Theme: Transitional
Kitchen Faucet Type: Kitchen Sink Faucet
Mpn # 6810
Shipping Dimensions 20.9" x 9.4" x 3.0"
Weight 5.66 lbs.

Product Features

  • chrome finish to create a bright highly reflective cool grey metallic look
  • Aerated flow for everyday use
  • Chrome finish to create a bright, highly reflective, cool grey metallic look
  • Meets WaterSense criteria to conserve water without sacrificing performance
  • Single hole mount
  • Meets ab1953 california; s152 vermont legislation
  • One?handle lever design for ease of use
  • low-arc spout design for conventional styling
  • one-handle lever design for ease of use
  • single hole mount
  • ADA compliant
  • Drain type: lift rod
  • Deck plate: yes
  • Chrome finish to create a bright, highly reflective, cool, metallic look


Rated 4 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

Low Flow - problematic Rated 4 by NoCaDrummer
  No, I do not recommend this product.
This faucet is beautiful in our remodeled bathroom. The feel of the handle is great, the installation went smoothly. BUT "WaterSense" drops the flow so low that there's not enough water running through it to activate our tankless water heater, even when the valve is set to "full on" and hot water only. I have to turn on the bathtub to get the water heater to kick on. I guess that defeats the purpose of "WaterSense" because I'm now running the bathtub faucet just to get the sink to give me hot water. Were it not for that, I'd highly recommend this faucet.
Originally posted on Jun/2011

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