The Moen 7294SRS is a single-handle, pull-out kitchen faucet that comes with Moen's well-known Spot Resist stainless finish. An elegant finish that, can resist scratches, doesn't easily show water spots, and will certainly complements your kitchen style and design. Also protects the faucet against corrosion so that it can last longer and will hold up through everyday use. The Moen 7294SRS features the PowerClean technology which supplies a powerful spray of 50% greater than the standard pulldown/pull-out faucets! This high-arc kitchen faucet aims to provide convenience with its flexible 59" braided hose and a pull-out spray wand to take the powerful torrent of water to where it is needed most. Moen wanted this faucet to be user-friendly both in function and installation so they added the innovative Duralock quick-connect system, no tools are required and installation is a breeze! Liven up your kitchen with this simple yet functional faucet from the transitional Arbor collection, the Moen 7294SRS! It is designed for a one-or-three hole application backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
Style and Simple Combined Rated 4 by mrhammernducttape Yes, I recommend this product. I was really impressed with the sleek design when I first saw the new Arbor faucet. I was sceptical of the function of the single lever operation because I never used one before. I quickly became a fan of the multi function handle when I noticed how smooth it was to use. The installation instructions where easy to follow, more detailed by using pictures and less words. I did have to put on new supply valves because the new faucet water supply hose connections were smaller (1/4") than the old faucet I had (3/8"). I consider myself a average Do-It-Yourself home handyman and I had this installed within a half hour. The three holed screen filter seems to restrict flow a little, but overall I find this faucet brings a new, modern look to my kitchen and is easy to use. Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2013
Worst Water Flow Rated 1 by Anonymous No, I do not recommend this product. After reviewing many faucet styles and reading reviews I decided on the Arbor by Moen to replace our old kitchen faucet. How helpless I feel for that decision. The water flow is intolerable! There is nothing to be done now but start over as there are no adjustments that can be made to improve the water flow rate. I suspect most newer styled Moen faucets come from the same research and development lab as such they will all have the same low flow rates. Such an unfortunate waste of hard earned money. Originally posted on moen.com Mar/2016
New Product Rated 5 by Bill100 Yes, I recommend this product. I received my new kitchen faucet in 2 days and installed it the next. It was an easy install, even though there were no printed instructions. I guess that the old saying a picture is worth a thousand words applies. I like the style and ease of operation. My wife is left handed and doesn't mind the handle on the right side. The con is that the optional face plate does not have studs to hold it in place as the older Moen did, it relies only on the hold down nut under the sink on the faucet for it to stay in place. I also would like to see a bigger supply hole in the hose, I'm sure that is under the 2.5 gpm of most of the other types of faucets. I takes awhile to fill a 12 cup coffee pot. Also I would have like to have seen the pull out part in metal rather than plastic. Overall it is another great Moen product. Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2013
Right Hand Faucet half made out of plastic Rated 2 by CWard No, I do not recommend this product. We had a high end Ambidextrous Faucet for over ten years and it was made out of metal and was very good; however, it started to deteriorate so I called in for parts as we have a life time guarantee. I was told they did not make it any more parts and would I take a new one, with no options given. I reluctantly agreed and now have a Right Hand Faucet half made out of plastic, far less quality and one I would never purchase myself. Originally posted on moen.com Jun/2013