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Moen 7626SRS Tilt One-Handle Pullout Modern Kitchen Faucet, Spot Resist Stainless

3.5
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  • SPOT RESISTANT: Spot Resist Stainless finish resists fingerprints and water spots for a cleaner looking kitchen
  • RETRACTABLE: Faucet pullout hose offers flexible water delivery and hose retracts with ease
  • EASY TO INSTALL: Features Duralock quick connect system for easy installation
  • TAILORED DESIGN: Single hole mount creates a cleaner look against custom countertops
  • BUILT TO LAST: Backed by Moen's Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Super easy install This faucet was incredibly easy to install. That is the main reason for the 5 stars. I'm assuming it will last, or I wouldn't have bought a Moen. I'll update the review if it craps out early. My wife really like the faucet - actually prefers it to the highfalutin Franke faucet we have on the other sink.Back to the install - the whole thing just drops through a hole, you tighten the nut with the included wrench, and then hook up the water. In my case that was very easy because the old faucet had compression fittings, and the included braided flexible lines expect compression fitting threads. Just hand-tighten. If you need extensions, just go to your favorite home improvement store and buy flexible compression fitting hoses and throw away the compression fittings. 5High quality Metal Faucet with Plastic Spout! This is a very well made kitchen faucet with the high quality expected from Moen. The installation is straight forward and the included slip-in wrench made it even simpler. Expect about 45 minutes for replacement, and about 20 minutes for new installation.There is no cover plate included, and the large base diameter made it even harder to find a universal cover plate to cover the extra two holes in the sink. The only option was the universal stainless steel plugs, which did not go well with the granite counter top. Something should be considered before ordering this faucet. The spout, which doubles as the pull out wand is made of plastic, and it felt very much so next to the solid all metal chromed faucet, not sure how long this last. The button on the spout switches between a stream of water and a spray; however, it has no option to pause the water flow. It will reset itself to stream if you turn the faucet off at the handle.Like any other chrome faucet, this is a water stain magnet and it needs to be wiped dry always. 4it has the nice heft of a quality Gorgeous faucet. Some of hose bits are plastic, but as it's a Moen they'll either last, or be replaced by warranty. Overall, though, it has the nice heft of a quality, metal construction.One very nice touch is that Moen includes a helper tool to make tightening the retaining nut in tight quarters very, very easy! 5Great for People with Arthritis! My husband has arthritis in his hands and has difficulties turning knobs on faucets, door knobs, and many other things. One of the best features of this Moen faucet is that it has the seal of approval from the Americans with Disabilities Act and meets their specifications for people with disabilities. With its one handle lever (which moves beautifully from side to side) it is painless for my husband to use. A friend of ours removed the old faucet for us and installed the new one which was pretty straightforward. The faucet is quite a bit larger than our previous one and I like the height because it allows large pots to be washed without struggling and having to angle them in the sink. We also like the shower head because its has a nice fluid motion and pulls out easily and retreats easily as well. No more twisting it in every direction and struggling to get it to go back in as with our old faucet. The faucet is modern and sleek and gives our kitchen a nice sophisticated look. The only downside would be that the flow rate has been reduced because of water restrictions which means you don't get a good strong spray. 5Love the fact that the water comes out at an ... Love the fact that the water comes out at an angle so the water comes further out towards you. Less need for leaning over for me. Bad back. ALSO LOVE the fact that you can turn the spray head left or right while still attached. Button for hard spray is convenient and goes back to original spay after being turned off. plenty of pressure also.Saw some comments about it not being sturdy because there is no base. True there is no horizontal base but it is sturdy. It makes it look sleek and less to clean 5You Can't Go Wrong With Moen! Guess I'm just old but I never thought I'd use a $300.00 kitchen sink faucet! In this case I'm glad I did because this one is outstanding. First off it's chrome and it weighs in at six pounds. It has a solid and fluid feel to it's operation that you just have to experience to know that it's here for the duration. I went cheap on the old one and it worked well for about a year and then developed a problem turning off the power spray when you were finished and you'd wind up with water all over the place (you included). It cost about $75.00 which I considered expensive at the time. Well, as the Spanish say, "The cheap comes out expensive"!This is a Moen and I've become a big fan of theirs over the past five years with various items around the house including shower sprays, kitchen sink (which is why I went with this model...It goes with the chrome sink) and bathroom faucets. So for quality I knew it was a no brainer to buy a Moen.Secondly this model has the quick connect system that makes it a thirty minute job to snap this baby in and connect all the hoses and be up and running with a minimum of effort if your installation is standard. I'm all for that! As an amateur plumber you learn "the cheap comes out expensive' alright...trust me. All the parts you need for standard installation are included.This chrome model is all metal with a single one-handed lever at the top for control of a metal pull out nozzle that fits like a glove into the faucet main body. There's a switch on the pullout nozzle to turn on the power spray and the metal hose is long enough for any job you might have at the kitchen sink when cooking or cleaning. The aeration provides plenty of pressure when in power spray mode.The $300.00 is a bargain for top quality plumbing parts these days I'm told by my Son's And Daughters. (where were they when I bought the other one???)I couldn't be happier with it but longevity is the issue and if there is any problem I'll come back and lower the rating post haste. 5Pretty Garbag-y for the Money I bought this as a quasi-emergency replacement for another faucet. Figured for the $400+ price range, I'd be getting something that's made of, I don't know, metal? Yeah, it's not. This whole thing is quite plasticky. Most of the parts either feel like plastic, or just are - such as the pull out handle - no weight, no heft, no feeling of quality. It also shoots out a paltry amount of water. Yes, it's fully functioning, but the stream feels far from luxurous or like it could really wash anything. I'm REALLY disappointed in this thing. Problem is, I'm desperate and I just have to live with it for now - but guessing I get rid of it inside of a year. This thing should cost maybe $200 - but $400 is ridiculous. I replaced an American Standard touch faucet that I also hated, but for a bad design - but at least that thing was obviously mostly brass and metal and had far less plastic for about $50 more. Seriously, don't buy this crap unless you have money to burn and don't care about quality. 1Elegantly simple design, pleasantly high spout (The video shows the faucet in operation and compares the size against the Moen Arbor that is a high-neck design.)To start with, I also have the previous version, the Moen S71409 Tilt. As far as I can tell, this new version is identical except for the model number. You can even check Moen's website for replacement parts, and every single one is identical between the older version and this one. I mention that because you might be able to find the older version at a better price, although this new version is actually cheaper as I write this review. The video is the one that I made two years ago for the original version, but like I said, they are identical. (Update - there is one difference that I forgot to mention, which is that the new version comes with a cheaper locking nut. I got a different Moen model a couple of weeks earlier with that same cheap nut, and I hadn't seen it before on my other Moen faucets. I hope that Moen rethinks that penny pinching, because it can make installing it a bigger hassle. The faucet itself is still very nice, though.)This faucet is striking in its simplistic, cylindrical design. It looks beautiful. The pullout wand is plastic, but due to the form factor, it feels much more solid and substantial than the other Moen pullout wands that I've tried. The position of the spout is actually at almost exactly the same height as Moen's high neck Arbor and Brantford models - that is a huge plus, IMO. I gravitated to the high neck models because they give me more room to get larger items into the sink, as well as fill up my filtered water pitcher. Moen's other slanted neck models that I've used sit lower in the sink, so the high neck models always won in my kitchen. This model, though, has a lot of the advantages of a high neck model in a more compact form factor. In short, there's a lot to like about this faucet.I've tried several Moen faucets since late 2012, and the Tilt is one of my favorites. In October 2012, I bought a Moen Arbor in Spot Resist Stainless (5 stars), and I have to say it was the best faucet that I'd ever owned. Two months later, I was able to try the very similar Moen Arbor With Motionsense (also 5 stars), which is of equally high quality but with motion sensors (and is the one in the video). Some of the Moen faucets that I've tried have been 3 stars, IMO, but this one is very good and worthy of 4.5 stars that I rounded up to 5.This Tilt is the best non-high-neck model that I've tried from Moen. I'm a big fan of the Arbor and always recommend it. However, the Tilt is only about $40 more than the Arbor as I write this, so if you prefer the lower profile and looks of this design,I do not think that you'll be disappointed. I still like the Arbor a little better because the Arbor pullout spout lets you stop the flow of water on the spout itself where this one doesn't, but I do think that the looks of the Tilt are pretty striking.As for surface finish, my personal favorite is the Spot Resist Stainless, with the Chrome being my second favorite. Moen did a really great job with both of those. While they will show water spots if you don't wipe them down after water drips on them, they clean off really easily. Their Classic Stainless isn't quite as nice, IMO. I thought that I wouldn't like Chrome, but Moen did such a nice job that I actually quite like it.If you have any questions, please feel free to leave me a comment and I'll respond as quickly as I can.Design Considerations-------------------------PROS(*) Installation is straight forward and pretty easy. There really isn't much to connect or mount. The hardest part will probably be getting your old faucet out if you've had it a while(*) The height of the spout matches that from the high-neck models that I've used. Plus, the tilted angle of the water flow from the spout helps with larger items because you don't need to get them right underneath of the spout(*) The pullout wand is plastic, but the smaller cylindrical form factor gives it a solid feel. Some of Moen's other pullout wands felt lightweight and plastic to me, but this one does not(*) The main body of the faucet is nicely made, feels very sturdy, and it stunning to look at(*) The body can pivot from right to left about 100 degrees, which gives it good coverage over a sink(*) The button on the spout let you switch between a stream of water and a spray(*) The overall build quality is quite good and on par with the Arbor(*) I have found it to be very easy to clean off water marks on Moen's Chrome finishCONS (almost took it down a star, but not quite because of how much I like it overall)(*) The button on the pullout wand does not allow you to pause the flow of water, so if you want the water to stop, you have to turn it off at the handle. I think this is a con because I often have the spout in one hand and something else in the other, so I like being able to pause the water using the buttons on the spout(*) The button on the wand is a little small for my tastes and is a little more difficult to use than on some other Moen models 5Nice Quality Made Faucet and Easy to Install Another great Moen faucet. This is the last of five Moen faucets I have recently installed in my house. Moen has really figured out how to make installation easy for the home owner. Installation is a snap with easy-to-understand instructions. It took me about 1/2 hour to take out the old faucet and put in this replacement. Again pretty straight forward. It is a nice looking faucet and swings easily from side to side.The one negative and the reason for the FOUR Stars is the weight they included for helping retract the spout. Instead of clamp on the hose weight like the other Moen faucets this is a weight that slides on the hose seeking the lowest point on the hose. It is not nearly as effective as the clamp on style.and doesn't really pull the hose back in. You have to push it in every time. Luckily I had a clamp on weight from a former replacement, used it and it pulls the spout back in much better. Would I get it again? Probably it is a quality faucet and backed by Moen. I wonder if they would replace the weight if you called them? 4So far so good! I say so far so good because you can't really evaluate something like a kitchen faucet until you've been using it for a year or so. Considering how expensive it was (and there were no reviews when I bought it), I wanted to leave a few comments:-- Pretty easy to install, though I cheated a bit since I had not yet installed the sink. I was going to complain that it's a bit hard to tighten with any of my wrenches due to the supply lines in the way -- but then (after the fact) I noticed the nifty slip-on wrench in the box. Great idea!-- Installed this in a drop in stainless sink (18ga I think) and it matches quite well. Due to the height and single point of attachment, it does wobble a little if you tap it. This was alleviated somewhat once the sink was tightened down and a heavy disposal installed. This may bother some as it seems a little less sturdy. A thicker sink would have helped.-- After using Delta which always must be turned off in the center position (one reason why I didn't go with Delta), I really like the way you can turn the water on and off in any position.-- The sprayer resets to stream when you turn it off, which is a pro in my book.-- The stream comes out at a pretty good angle, not straight down. I like this so far as it helps keep water away from behind the sink.-- The stream is quite strong, which, coupled with the height, can splash a bit. I'm trying to get used to this by turning it on about half way.-- Rotation is about 120 degrees, which is good for a standard sink & avoids getting water everywhere BUT, contrary to my hopes, the wand has no guide when it's in the slot to keep it from turning. So if you're not careful, you can rotate the wand & spray water sideways. This is my least favorite thing so far.In the best laid plans department, I'll plan on doing an update after a year or so. 4
Moen 7626SRS Tilt One-Handle Pullout Modern Kitchen Faucet, Spot Resist Stainless

Moen 7626SRS Tilt One-Handle Pullout Modern Kitchen Faucet, Spot Resist Stainless

3.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 5,880.00
Sale price
HK$ 5,880.00
Regular price
HK$ 9,718.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 3,838.00)