Our new faucet, the Moen 7594CSL is a great one, be it design, operation, installation that is so easy to do or usage. The faucet is available in so many colors and finish and each looks so pretty that to decide which one to buy was in itself a major hurdle. It is so lightweight considering the way it operates and can be easily deck mounted. There are no drips or leaks when I use it and I find the faucet merging with the rest of my kitchen thanks to its modern design and look. The streamlined design and transitional finish is backed by a more than decent performance. Pull-down high arc faucet with stainless steel finishing and a single handle lever operation makes it super easy to use. Plus, this faucet features a three spray mode – pause, rinse and aerated stream. It is even ADA complaint. However, probably the best thing about this faucet is its availability in five different styles, a few contemporary and others Victorian. Two sparkling features of the Moen Arbor 7594CSL are its hydrolocking quick connecting system and the 1255 Duralast cartridge. But for me it’s the fine tuned temperature balancing system, which needs zero guesswork because of the keyed outer shell that makes this faucet super special.
The faucet is easy to install and comes with a detailed installation guide from Moen. It is made of stainless steel and bronze, which adds a lot of weight to it and so it is naturally quite strong and sturdy. The pull-down spout or mouth part, which works in both, the spray and the steady mode, is a brilliant piece of innovation incorporating Hydrolocking for a perfect lock every time the sprayer retracts, uses 1255 Duralast cartridges to maintain a fine spray mist and all-metal construction for longevity. Using the faucet is super easy. In fact, I found it could swivel a complete 180 degrees and had sufficient reach to extend across the nearby counter-top.
The faucet is available in 5 different looks and each one is simply amazing. I got the black matte finish as I believe this particular style compliments its design rather well. Now not only is it curvaceous and modern but also incorporates a bit of old world bumps and thickness. Not the smallest of faucets, it is just about the right size for an average sink. Stainless steel construction helps in keeping stains and fingerprints away while maintaining its appeal for longer.
As far as durability goes, the Moen 7594CSL is totally reliable. Other than the occasional washer changes, there isn’t much that you have to worry about. Stainless steel construction, finishing of a top quality and the ability to change handles to either side, everything needed for a long lasting fitting is present in this faucet. Besides, the colors don’t peel off, or at least that’s what others have said so far. I haven’t yet used it for more than a month so I can’t really comment on that part, just yet.
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The Moen faucet comes with a pull-down spout and two modes of operation- steady and spray. Both these modes work with the spout pulled down as well. It has a reflex system that offers smooth operation, and ensures that you can dock it quickly and safely by just letting it go. However, being able to change the handle orientation based on your own preference is something that you don’t find every day.
Warranty & Repair:
Covered by limited lifetime warranty, Moen is good with after sales customer service. They provide a toll free number for emergencies and email support for queries that can wait. Haven’t yet used their toll free service but from what I hear Moen is a trustworthy brand name.
I felt that the Moen 7594CSL is a complete package with a good styling, dependable design, decent features, optimal performance and good warranty cover. In fact, Moen is known to provide a good customer support so any issues in future ought to be resolved rather easily. All-in-all, this is one faucet worth having for the rest of your life.