Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 84
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by WDB Good looking, but does not work as it should
The reason for the NO above is that once the faucets
are installed, you cannot pull the stopper down enough to seal the basin. The rubber seal on the stopper is too thin to make a good fit.
September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by NittanyGirl So far, so good!
Looks great and functions very well. A Home Depot subcontractor installed it. He was courteous and very capable. He did mention Mohn faucets are a bit of a pain to install. For that reason I will utilize him again when I redo my other bathroom with two Mohn faucets.
September 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Meg Moen center mount bathroom fsucet
Spot resistant brushed nickel is a nice finish.
Water seems to spatter up if faucet is turned on full pressure.
September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bill Steps up the look of the powder room
We were just making easy changes to the boring builder's fixtures. Just changing out this faucet made a big difference. Quality product, easy installation.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DOTnDAN Great purchase
The installer did not seen to have a problem with installation. I just love the look and feel.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sophie A faucet that does more that drip!
We needed a new faucet. The old one dripped all the time. We bought two for our master bathroom. Now we can fill our watering can for the plants outside our bedroom as the faucet neck is tall like a swan's neck. Our children can also bend over and do that alarming thing of taking a drink of water without using a glass. The faucets never show the water drips thanks to the "no spot" covering on the faucet. Our bathroom looks "updated." Love this faucet!
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 1a2borb Faucet and installation
Great faucet. Easy installation with basic tools. Installation instructions were complete and well written. Replaced more expensive model from another store that leaked .
January 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Derek Great styling and look, good price, functions well, installation can be challenging
I purchased 5 of these to replace all our bathroom faucets. I think the styling is great, I really like the look of these faucets. The look very high end and are priced very competitively compared to others. Moen is generally good stuff, I've had several kitchen faucets that I really liked and worked very well. My mother's 50 year-old house still has the original Moen bathroom faucets and they still work okay.
The Darcy faucet functions very well. The levers are easy to operate and they provide a gradual wide range of flow adjustment making it easy to get the right temperature water. The stopper rod is a bit wiggley and awkward, but still managed to function well.
Installation is mostly straightforward with the exception of the drain component and stopper rod. The main nut that secures the drain to the bottom of the sink compresses a large tapered rubber gasket that seals to the bottom of the sink and to the drain threads. Unfortunately the seal to the drain threads is prone to leaking and I had several of them leak on me in this location. No matter how tight you get the main nut it will not seal the gasket against the threads and you'll get a slow leak running down the threads of the drain. A design flaw that I think is present in a lot of Moen faucets that use this same drain. I cleared this up by first liberally applying teflon based pipe dope onto the threads before screwing the main nut and gasket all the way against the bottom of the sink. The adjustment of the stopper rod is also somewhat awkward and not very precise, but I guess it gets the job done.
Finally I had a problem attaching two of these faucets to some older steel sinks in my master bath. There is a minimum thickness sink/counter that is require to securely install the faucet. It may be printed in the details somewhere. A thin steel sink is too thin and you can't tighten the nuts enough to "clamp" the faucet down tightly. I ended up 3D printing a 6mm spacer for the faucet to sit on top of so I could securely tighten the nuts (see picture).
January 20, 2016