A Kitchen Upgrade with Moen Faucets

05.04.2015

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Moen FaucetRecently, my husband and I purchased our first home. I fell in love with the natural light, open floor plan, granite countertops and craftsman-style exterior. The kitchen is wonderful but was lacking something. It needed a focal point. All of that has changed, as I recently received a Moen Reflex® faucet and installed it in the kitchen. It has transformed the space and upgraded the entire look of my kitchen with its sleek look, spot resistant stainless steel and unique functionality! I especially love the height of the arc on this – the Hensley faucet. It makes it so easy to fill a pot when there are other dishes in the sink. The length of the hose and its self-retraction abilities are super useful as well.

Moen is the #1 faucet brand in North America and offers a diverse selection of thoughtfully designed, on-trend kitchen faucets, bathroom faucets, showerheads, stainless-steel sinks and more for residential and commercial applications. For more information about the Moen brand and their many faucet options is available on the Moen website here.

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The Moen Reflex® faucets are built to last and feature innovative technology, including the following;  

1. Self-retracting Action – The hose effortlessly returns to its original position, docking smoothly and securely.

2. Easy Maneuverability – Every part of a Reflex® faucet works in unison as a complete system of innovations. The flexible hose moves with you to make your everyday tasks more convenient.

3. Smooth & Secure DockingReflex® automatically retracts from any distance and angle and returns on its own, naturally. It’s the faucet that puts itself away.

My husband installed the faucet for me, yet I know I could have done it myself. He kept raving about how far they have come in making faucets easy to install. He said it even comes with a special tool so your hands aren’t cramped way up behind the sink. You would think that with all of the technology this faucet packs, it would be complicated to install, but nope, 3 simple connections and voila! No plumber needed here!

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130 comments

  • Hasan: I went with Moen too in my kitchen. The sleek design adds to the overall aesthetic of the kitchen. It’s the attention to detail that makes a difference. Didn’t want a plain faucet. July 12, 2018 at 1:58pm Reply

  • Lee Andy: These are six good reasons. I replaced my kitchen faucet when I was remodeling my kitchen. It’s more convenient to use the faucet like a hose than my old stationary one. July 12, 2018 at 1:57pm Reply

  • mary: I have had this faucet for almost 2 years now and from the day I bought it, the handle would always come loose. I keep the hex screw handy to tighten it all the time. I’m so tired of tightening it daily that I’m replacing it and NEVER buying a Moen again as the plumber who was at my house said he has seen this with this issue with Moen all the time. December 11, 2017 at 11:50am Reply

  • Moen faucet lover: Great design by Moen. I am using a Moen faucet in my kitchen. It’s has been 1.2 years and the faucet still same. October 30, 2017 at 12:17am Reply

  • Harvey@all faucets world: Thanks Dan for the great tip. I’ll have to check out the chrome plated copper supply lines…never used them but that may change!! Great tip on the blisters, washing machine hoses are a scary situation. If one fails it’s a disaster. May 3, 2016 at 10:58pm Reply

  • Sherri houston: Beautiful! Is it burnished brass? Can’t tell in picture! February 27, 2016 at 5:42pm Reply

    • Jaclyn: Thanks Sherri! It is Brushed Stainless. March 1, 2016 at 11:14am Reply

  • cool math 4 kids: I like the vase, it brings a warm feeling August 26, 2015 at 10:28pm Reply

  • happy wheels: nice! thank you so much! July 1, 2015 at 4:05am Reply

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