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Power Clean spray technology provides 50 percent more spray power versus most of our pulldown and pullout Faucets without the power clean technology
Spot Resist stainless resists fingerprints and water spots
Equipped with the Reflex system for smooth operation, easy movement and secure docking of the spray head
Features Duralock quick connect system for easy installation
Designed to be installed through 1 or 3 holes; escutcheon included
Color:Spot Resist Stainless
|Item Weight||6.26 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24.8 x 12.2 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||7594SRS|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Color||Spot Resist Stainless|
|Finish||Spot Resist Stainless|
|Installation Method||Deck Mounted|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Limited|
748 customer reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#6,495 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
|Shipping Weight||6.26 pounds|
|Domestic Shipping||Amazon only ships this item within the contiguous 48 United States. Other Sellers on Amazon may ship this item to Alaska, Hawaii and US Territories.|
|International Shipping||This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More|
|Date First Available||May 31, 2012|
April 11, 2016
I used an allen wrench to remove the handle. You’ll need a mirror to get an idea of the angle to place the allen wrench at. Use the long end. The short end doesn’t make it. It’s tricky, the angle of the allen wrench is not what you would think it is intuitively. Once the handle was off, I removed the cap holding the cartridge. I inspected the cartridge but it looked in really good shape with no wear to be seen. I applied silicone grease to the three o-rings and the entire outside rim. I reinstalled the cartridge, and put the cap back on. I tightened it with an adjustable wrench, but not too tight. Put the handle back on and no more leak. I’ll report back if it leaks again, trust me.
The video just provides a quick view of the faucet and some of the features. I hope it helps with your decision.
Overall, I’m happy with this and have no real complaints. It looks nice and functions well, and I really like the added height of this model compared to my older faucet. It makes cleaning pots and pans a lot easier.
Some quick things to note:
– The handle can be positioned anywhere, as there are no set locations. So, you can have it on either side or anywhere in between. Very handy.
– The pull down spout has a switch that lets you toggle between a stream and a spray, and you can hold the switch in to stop the flow of water.
– Installation will be easier if there are two people because there’s nothing to keep the faucet from falling over before the retaining nut is tightened from the bottom. I managed it, but it did fall over on me once. Also, because there are no features to set the clocking of the handle, and because tightening the retaining nut will cause the fixture to spin, having a second person to hold it in place would be helpful.
– The hose connected to the pull down spout has a weight that you attach under your sink to pull the spout back into place when you let go. Because of where my pipes run under my sink, the weight clunks against them when I pull the spout down. The location of the weight is adjustable, but I wasn’t able to completely avoid the pipes. It’s just something to consider, but you may not have that issue, and I still like it even though it happens to me.
I recommend Moen as a brand, and I think this model is worth your consideration.
UPDATE 01/21/2013: Hi, everyone. After buying and installing this faucet, I was given the amazing privilege of being able to try out the Motionsense version in chrome, the Moen 7594EC, as part of the Vine program. I also did a video review for that one, and I wrote up my thoughts about the two different versions. I figure that you might be trying to decide between the two versions like I was last October, so if you have any questions, please feel free to ask in a comment.
January 5, 2018
November 20, 2016