Moen Anabelle Kitchen Faucet (CA87003SRS) Review
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Amazon Price: $175.98 $175.98 (as of August 9, 2019 3:17 pm –
Anabelle classic stainless steel 1 handle pull down kitchen faucet. High arc spout, 1 handle lever design. LifeShine finish guaranteed not to tarnish, corrode, or flake off. Aerated stream, patented pause function, powerfull rinse, includes soap lotion dispenser. ADA compliant, Hydrolock quick connect system for easy installation. Limited lifetime warranty. Manufactured to include no more than 0.25% weighted average lead content on wetted surfaces. Made in U.S.A.
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
I had this installed by a friend in October of 2011. It’s worked flawlessly & I love the pull down spray and the soap dispenser. It makes doing the dishes & clean-up almost fun. You can fill the soap dispenser from the top which saves sticking your head under the sink & finding the bottle.
Moen loses in the competition with Delta faucets on this …
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Moen loses in the competition with Delta faucets on this particular model, in my opinion. The Moen does not have a magnetic catch that pulls the extended faucet head the last quarter-inch or so into its retracted position in the gooseneck. The Delta does, and the magnetic catch is a “must have” feature. Before you buy this Moen, take a look at the Delta 9178-AR-DST.
LOVE this faucet!
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
I have used this faucet for almost two years now and LOVE it. I have to agree with a previous reviewer that the stream seems somewhat reduced compared to my previous faucet, but it has not been a detriment. I installed the handle on the left-hand side (even though I am right-handed), as my soap dispenser hole is close to the faucet on the right, and I think I actually like having it there better than on the right. I have hard water and water spots just wipe right off the finish. Installation was as easy as a kitchen faucet installation can be. I would recommend this faucet without any qualms.
Good spray, weak hold
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I like the style and functions. With this model, the spray function turns off when you turn the water off. When you turn the water back on it’s a normal stream. It saves me from the “surprise!” when I forget to switch modes back. The spray is also a great pressure. Enough to clean food off, but not to get overspray all over you.
Moen Anabelle – five stars!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I was torn between the Delta Leland and a Moen. There were so many hundreds of great reviews about the Delta Leland, that I went with it, initially. Then, based on the opinion of a seasoned plumber, he said Delta has nothing on Moen – Moen is tops. I took his advice and returned the unused Delta Leland faucet and purchased a similar style Moen (Anabelle) and couldn’t be happier with my decision. The handle is much classier and appealing to the eye, it has a very smooth feel when regulating the temperature. Such a pretty, functional, quality faucet.
More Than Two Holes In That Sink?
19 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Moen’s website indicates that the faucet is designed for 1, 2, 3, or 4 hole mounting options.
read before buying…
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
i went through two of this model already, only because it matched the decor, and I thought the first bad one was a fluke. fool me once, shame on me. fool me twice, shame on you for making this piece of crap. both have had the exact same issues: 1) the handle comes loose, and after a while it constantly flops slowly downwards from the higher, hot setting, down to cold. frustrating that the fix is a tiny allen wrench that you must size correctly and get in the hole blindly, as it’s in the unobtrusive, back of the lever position. 2) the worse problem—the handle starts to leak. leaks are fine when you see them and you correct them quickly. both of the ones i bought leaked at first down though the mounting holes, so the cabinet base became soaked. it’s made of wood, so guess how that worked out for me. then the leak eventually makes its way out the bottom of the handle and drips, running all over the counter. give thanks for granite and tile, but give Moen and it’s design team a flub on this model. caveat emptor : buyer beware.
Best Kitchen Faucet Under 250 Dollars.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The faucet is completely gorgeous and the best looking for its price, was also very easy to install. The instructions could probably use a little tweak when it comes to positioning the metal bracket underneath but everything else went smoothly.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
We have owned this faucet for a year and a half. Because of its handle design, we are constantly dripping water on our granite countertops. What’s worse, it has developed a leak around the handle and the plumbing company we have used for 18 years says they cannot fix it because of the way it is designed– they can’t even get to the valve. Beware this faucet looks nice, but you may be looking at replacing it. We bought on Amazon but can’t return now because it has been over a year.