Model # 10209

Internet #205177823

EZ-FLO Impression Collection 2-Handle Widespread-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel

Discontinued EZ-FLO

Impression Collection 2-Handle Widespread-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel

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Product Overview

Our best combination of quality and value, this faucet will leave a lasting Impression. This beautifully polished brushed nickel faucet brings an elegant appeal to any bath. This lavatory faucet also uses a Neoperl aerator and is certified to meet low-lead laws.

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  • Lifetime ceramic disk cartridge
  • Hard-lacquer finish
  • Metal lever handle
  • 8 in. - 15 in. widespread



Connection Size
Connection size (in.)
1/2 In.
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Ceramic disk valves
Color Family
Brushed Nickel
Faucet Type
Bath Faucet
Adjustable Flow Rate,Ceramic Disk Valves
Flow rate (gallons per minute)
Handle type
Included Components
Handles,Plug,Supply Lines
Number of Faucet Handles
Double Handle
Spout Reach (in.)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant,IAPMO Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this faucet be used to replace a 1994 model MOEN facet, trim only?

Asked by: bagel

What is the maximum deck width to be used with this faucet?

Asked by: Bobby
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Customer Reviews

Impression Collection 2-Handle Widespread-Mount Roman Tub Faucet in Brushed Nickel is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good purchase so far Roman tub faucets are expensive, many between $300 and $900. This one is a bargain if it holds up. Flow rate is important. Average 5' tubs hold 70 gal. and longer/wider ones up to 110 gal. Flow rates go from 2.4 gal/min for low end faucets to 18 gal/min for higher end ones. If you have a standard 70 gal tub, you're looking 29 min to fill it at 2.4 gpm flow rate. Too slow for me. Some faucets, like this EZ Flo, are rated at 7 gpm. A 10 min fill time was reasonable. Bottom line, this product was the best combination of price and flow rate that I found for under $200 in satin (or brushed) nickel and modern look. If you're buying a roman tub faucet, be very aware that many of them, if not most, require separate purchase of the under the tub valve body, which can add anywhere from $60 to hundreds of $. This EZ Flo model is complete. The instructions are minimal, so you need a little logic if not experience, otherwise a plumber. The main issue I found was that there is no set height for the valve to protrude above the tub. What you want is for it to be just high enough than when you attach a handle, it fits nicely against the bottom trim piece. The valve is threaded its whole length, and is clamped in place by a nut above the tub and a nut/washer below. You want to start by screwing on the nut below to what you think is the right height, push the valve up through the tub, than put the top nut on and tighten it against the bottom one. Depending on the access to plumbing, it could require someone's help to do this. Before final tightening, screw on the faucet trim against the tub and doublecheck that the faucet handle fits closely to the trim. If the valve is too high, you'll have a gap. If too low, you won't be able to tighten the handle properly with its allen screw. You may need a thin pair of channel locks to tighten the top nut, because it is less than 1/4" thick and 1 3/8" across. It is a 4 sided nut, so many types of wrenches will not work well or be too thick to grip the nut. Though I own most plumbing tools, I found that an Irwin "vise-grip" (basically small, thin channel locks) for about $12, was indispensable for the top nut, bottom nut, and attaching the supply tubs between the valves under the tub. (The manufacturer might want to include a simple thin wrench to fit the nuts they use.) Yes, there are some plastic parts within the valve which could have issues, but if you're methodical during installation and don't overtighten connections, you should be in good shape. Before you do your water test, tighten all the connections maybe a quarter or half turn less than what you think would be exactly right. That gives you just the extra leeway to take care of any leaks. If you tighten all the way first, and have a leak, you may have overtightened and deformed the rubber washer. One other issue I had was that the previous faucet had skinnier valves so the holes through the cultured marble tub were too small. The best, cheapest way I found to expand the holes was with a 1/1/2" long rasp that cost $4 and goes in your drill. The holes needed to be expanded from 1" diameter to 1 1/4" to accept the EZ-Flo valves. If the product is working a year or two from now as it is today, I'll give it 5 stars.
Date published: 2015-06-29
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