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Moen S72308ESRS STo Motionsense Two-Sensor Touchless One-Handle Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Featuring Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

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  • SPOT RESISTANT: Spot Resist Stainless finish resists fingerprints and water spots for a cleaner looking kitchen
  • TWO SENSORS: MotionSense delivers exceptional hands-free touchless convenience with double sensors, allowing a simple hand movement to trigger the flow of water
  • RETRACTABLE: Equipped with the Reflex system for smooth operation, easy movement and secure docking of the spray head
  • EASY TO INSTALL: Features Duralock quick connect system for easy installation
  • ADA COMPLIANT: Complies with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications
  • BUILT TO LAST: Backed by Moen??s Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Great faucet; simple, functional electronics; easy to install...perhapsStyle aside, the principal reason I selected this faucet was the simplistic nature of its electronics. For example, compare the installation requirements and user complaints for a similar Delta electronic faucet night and day.As faucets go, this was one of the easiest I have ever installed. Anyone with average capacity for tool use can install it. The instructions are written in baby-steps, too, making it that much easier.That said, I recommend that you have someone experienced install if for you if you re not handyman adept. The problem is not installing the new faucet. If the under-sink cabinet in your kitchen is anything like ours, there are other things you have to wrestle with:GARBAGE DISPOSER: In order to have room to work, I had to drop out the disposer. That also meant re-hanging and re-connecting it again on the back end of the job.DISHWASHER: There are water supply lines and drain lines that have to be addressed to assure that the pull-down spray hose enjoys unimpeded travel.THE OLD FAUCET: I needed a special faucet wrench and various other tools to disconnect and remove the old faucet, which, having been there a LONG time, was really reluctant to leave. (I actually had to cut some parts out.)DEEP SINK: We have a deep, single-bowl, sink. In fact they tout this faucet as being particularly suited to deep sinks. Indeed, it is. But that also means that the sink descends far into the ceiling of the cabinet, with the result that I had to work in a narrow and deep crevasse between the back of the sink and the back wall of the cabinet. In our case, the sink is sufficiently deep that the clever wrench that Moen provides with the faucet for simplifying the installation wasn t long enough to use as conceived.RO SYSTEM: Of course not everyone has a reverse osmosis system also crammed under the sink as we do, but its supply and drain lines also had to be dealt with.MINOR SHORTCOMING: The only thing I don t like about the faucet is the length of the pull-down hose. The weight attached to the hose which retracts it and pulls the sprayer up into its nested position will not permit the hose to extend beyond the sink s boundary. Our old pull-out faucet had no weight, so the hose could extend farther, and I could use it to fill a coffee machine on the counter nearby. Not the worst of complaints, to be sure.BOTTOM LINE: We love the faucet. It is everything that Moen says that it is. It is also as easy to install as a faucet can be, remarkably so. I installed IT in 30 minutes or less, but the rest of the task took hours, a lot of tools, and experience.5Five StarsThis is the best faucet humans have ever made.5Gorgeous hardware, and a comparison to first-gen Motionsense faucets I'd like to talk a bit about the Motionsense technology, and then about this faucet in particular. Moen has recently changed their design and functionality of Motionsense faucets, and I'd like to help you understand how they work in general and if you'd be better off with one of these new designs or with one of the older ones (while they are still available). The biggest thing that I'll say up front is that these newer faucets will not work AT ALL without power, whereas the older versions will. I'll say that again because I think it's very important - this faucet will not work if the control box loses power or stops functioning. Related to that, if it loses power while the water is on...it will not shut off - you will need to turn off the valves under your sink. It won't turn on by itself, mind you, but if you're using it when it loses power, then it won't shut off. That's the main reason why I knocked it down to four stars, because other than that, it's an incredibly stunning piece of hardware. However, stunning or not, the Spot Resist Stainless version is currently listed at about $680 - it's a really nice faucet, but that's too high, IMO. Based on others that I've bought or gotten a chance to audition, I think that $400 is more reasonable. For my money, I'd go with the Moen Arbor (which I've recommended since 2012) because it's less expensive, incredibly nice (if you like the looks of it), and uses the older approach to the sensors.I was going to make a video to show off the hardware and talk about installation, but the Moen video already on the product page is actually outstanding. It's one of the best ones that I've seen from them, and I highly recommend spending the time to view it to see just how easy it is to install one of these. The one remark that I'll make about the video is that you don't have to mount the battery pack on the wall under your sink, as you can just set it anywhere that is convenient. One other installation note - before it's mounted, the STo won't stand upright on its own like some other designs (it will fall over if you let go of it), so you'll need to have someone else hold it or put something up against it to brace it while you install the mounting hardware under the sink.I've been using Moen's previous generation of Motionsense faucets for about three years now - and I love the technology. That's no exaggeration. I LOVE it. It has been nothing but reliable for close to three years, and I've only had to replace the batteries once (and that was after about two years of daily use). The sensor on the front will turn the water on and keep it on when you have your hand (or just about anything) between where the spout is located and the neck of the faucet. When you pull your hand away, the water turns off - it's a lot like automatic faucets in public washrooms. The sensor on the top will turn on when you pass your hand (or elbow...or face...or whatever) over the top of it, and it will stay on for up to two minutes or until you pass something over it again - which is very handy for me when I want to hand wash a dish or something. One thing that you can't control with the sensors is the rate of flow. When using the sensors, the faucet is always full on, versus being able to adjust the flow rate with the handle.Comparison to First-Gen Motionsense Models--------------------------------------------------Moen has updated their Motionsense hardware and how it works. They have made some things much better - and one potentially critical thing a lot worse, IMO. Below are some details.Pros:(*) Moen simplified the installation steps for these new models. The older models have a control box that you really should mount to the side wall under your sink, whereas the control box for these new models attaches to the threaded pipe under the base of the faucet - much easier. The old models are not difficult to install, btw, but these are in some ways actually easier to install than a regular faucet. I say that because the only thing that you need to feed through the hole in your sink is a thin electrical cable for the sensors...there are no water lines running out of the main faucet, so you don't have to wrestle with those as you mount the faucet to the sink. The two water lines come out of the small control box that runs the sensors, which you attach after the faucet is on your sink.(*) The sensors activate a solenoid valve that opens and closes to let water through. This newer version of the control box has a smoother open/close action on that valve, so turning the water on and off has a nice gentle feel to it. The older version moved the valve faster, which wasn't an issue at all in the flow from the faucet, but it meant that you might need to secure the water lines under your sink (and put a little padding between the control box and your cabinet) to keep them from making noise when the valve snapped open and closed because it would jerk the lines. I fixed that within a few minutes of installing my faucet years ago, but the smoother valve is a big improvement, I think.(*) You can now control the temperature of the water flow from the sensors using the handle. Hurray! One of my few criticisms of the older version was that the temperature control for the sensors was on the control box under your sink - not very convenient. With this new version, you can really easily adjust the temperature by simply moving the handle position. That is a big plus.Cons:(*) There's only one, but it's HUGE, IMO. The older version has more plumbing, but what that allowed for was this - you could use it as a regular faucet if the control box lost power or just stopped functioning. It had water lines running from the faucet itself, and the handle was a regular mechanical valve that worked like any normal faucet. That is a big deal to me. This new version is completely electronic. You CANNOT operate it if the control box loses power or stops functioning. The handle is, essentially, just another sensor on these new models. It has no mechanical valve in the handle. Remember, the only thing running out of the base of the faucet is an electrical cable.The STo Itself----------------Okay, enough about the sensors. How about the faucet itself? I think that it is far more impressive in person than it looks in the pictures. I've installed and used upwards of ten Moen faucets over the past three years (to review them, not because any of them have failed). Some have been duds, honestly, and some have been home runs. Overall, this is one of their home runs. There are a number of reviews of the non-sensor version available to check out, as well. The versions are very similar, but one difference between the non-sensor and sensor versions is the sweep angle of the neck. The non-sensor versions will rotate 360 degrees around the base, but the sensor versions are limited to ~ +/- 45 degrees from the center line. That's plenty to swing between both basins on my double-basin sink, though.The aesthetics are simply stunning. The combination of straight lines and curves is refreshing a really makes a statement in your kitchen. The Spot Resist Stainless finish has got to be my favorite. It's what I choose for the Arbor model that I bought in 2012, and I never regretted it. It hides finger prints, and while it will get water spotted, it cleans off very easily. Regular stainless can take some work to get spots off of, but this finish just wipes clean.Build quality wise, it's awesome. Now, I'll add a note to that - I've gotten maybe five or six Moen faucets that have had some issue with either the finish or the construction over the past two years. However, Moen has never once hesitated to make it right, usually sending out hardware the same day to correct any issues. My STo is perfect, but if you get one that isn't, just contact Moen. My recommendation is to inspect all of the hardware first before taking your old faucet out just to save some hassle if you need to get a replacement sent to you.Functionally, it has its pros and cons. One pro is that the handle is super nice. It looked a little thin to me in the pictures, but it actually has plenty of gripping surface and had a rock solid feel to it. I really like the handle.Another pro is the smooth and even stream. I don't tend to like small-diameter spouts like this, but Moen did an outstanding job of having a very comfortable yet effective stream and spray from such a narrow spout face. The flow of water just has such a nice, uniform, and comfortable feel to it.One potential con (depending on if you care) is the way that the pull down spout is designed. Unlike every other similar faucet that I've used, the spout on the STo is...in line with its name :)...stowed inside of the neck. As a result, you have to pull the spout down further than on other faucets before you can move it from side to side. I'm used to my Moen Arbor in which the spout disengages almost immediately, which allows me to move it off to the side while it's still higher up compared to my sink. I wouldn't say that I dislike how the STo spout is designed, but it's not my preference.One other potential con is how the stream/spray button works. On my favorite models, the spout button lets you click between a stream, a spray, and a no-flow pause feature. That pause feature is a big plus to me, but it's not on a lot of models, so I'm not judging the STo for not having it. On the STo, though, you can't click back to a stream. Once you push the button on the spout, it will remain a stream until you shut the water off (which releases the pressure on the button and lets it return to the stream setting). I do really wish that I could go back and forth while I'm using the spout versus having to turn the water off and on again to get it back to a stream.Conclusions-------------The STo is a stunning design, and Moen's Spot Resist Stainless finish is beautiful and very easy to clean. Just be sure that you're comfortable with buying a faucet that completely relies on the powered control box to operate. If you aren't, I highly recommend Moen's previous generation of Motionsense faucets, especially their Arbor design. While slightly more difficult to install, they have a mechanical valve in the handle and will operate even if the control box fails. Moen does offer the STo without sensors, too, so you can still get it if you like the looks but don't want the sensors. All in all, I would recommend it, but I personally wouldn't pay over $400 for it. 4Five StarsClean your hands in a snap5Love itHad a plumber install it - so not quite sure if it was easy to install or not. Once you get used to the distance for your hands to be to get it to come on, it's wonderful.5Great Looking, Quality Not So GreatThis is a nice looking faucet, but it doesn't work as well as it looks. The sensors stop working when the battery level is not close to full. The pull out shower head is a cheap piece of plastic that doesn't belong on a product this expensive.As far as the dual sensors, the bottom one is more of an annoyance than a convenience. It is set off by anything warm near it, which includes steam from pouring out boiling water.1Stainless steel doesn t spotIt is beautiful, the stainless steel does not spot and the flow is perfect. The pull out spray is a great design as it is integral to the faucet so not chance for it to separate as my other faucets have done. I purchased an adapter so it is electrified and no need to change batteries. I like the motion sensor but didn t realize there were two of them. The one on the top is perfect but the one in front turns on randomly and splashed on my arm and long sleeve clothes. I may cover that sensor with duct tape!5Great Stylish Hands Free FaucetVast improvement over our former touch sensor Delta faucet that failed (internal leaks) shortly after the warranty ran out. Near the end, the touch sensor worked maybe 1/3 of the time. The Moen works flawlessly and there is no loud bang when the water shuts off.5Super easy to installSuper easy to install. Wife and kids love it.No need for a pro to do it. There's also videos on YouTube.5Can't live without it!Recently sold/bought a house and after three months of the wife and I putting our hands under the builder grade pullout expecting it to come on, I knew something had to be done!As a previous owner of a v1 Moen 7594ESRS Arbor With Motionsense One-Handle High Arc Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Featuring Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless, which is very good, I was just going to repurchase.However, I noticed the absolutely GORGEOUS STo had been added to the lineup along with a MotionSense update. I like just about everything about the STo version more, the main exception to this would be the price -- ouch!!! The install was definitely easier without having to mount the control box and deal with the extra set of hoses present with v1 MotionSense. I like that there is no valve in the handle (only in the control box), as we had an Arbor cartridge fail and flood the counter before it was noticed.I highly recommend the STo and reading the reviews by Adam Wood for this faucet and the v1 Arbor, IMO he is spot on. Something of note, the Moen 159060 Hose Guide will NOT work with the updated MotionSense faucets due to the configuration of the hoses and placement of the control box.-----------------------------UPDATE 6/16/16Couple of things I wanted to add to my review:1. If the handle becomes loose, you'll need a 3/32 allen wrench to tighten2. Called Moen and mentioned the inability to switch between stream and spray without turning off the water. They sent a replacement sprayer, which works exactly the same way as the original. In messing with the sprayer, I did discover that you don't need to turn the water completely off, just down to a small stream3. Still VERY happy with this purchase and Motionsense functionality!4POOR FAUCETWish I had never bought this. There is a wire that runs inside the faucet out through the basin to a power box. The wire is delicate and breaks easily. I had this about 1 1/2 years and the wire is now broken. Unfortunately when this wire breaks the faucet will not work even without the motionsense rendering it useless. This wire to replace requires the purchase of an entire new faucet. When the faucet was working the motionsense would go on randomly without anyone near it. Very finicky. I am throwing this away along with the $680 it cost from Amazon. My worst purchase from Amazon. I have contacted the manufacturer Moen for help but no luck.1
Moen S72308ESRS STo Motionsense Two-Sensor Touchless One-Handle Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Featuring Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

Moen S72308ESRS STo Motionsense Two-Sensor Touchless One-Handle Pulldown Kitchen Faucet Featuring Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

4.2
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SG$ 1,403.00
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