Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 109
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by MisterP Nice product, not worth the extra money
This product installs very easily. it's a "good" product, but not a great one. I used this MOEN faucet to replace an older model. This newer model is much more plastic than the previous, which was heavier and made from metal. I'll be interested in the longevity of this faucet. It works fine and looks nice, now.
For another comparison, I installed another lower-angled MOEN faucet, that didn't meet our expectations, (the angle was too low). I returned and and purchased this model. The first one cost $125. This one was well over $350, and it didn't see any difference, except for the angle.
As I said, I'm curious how this faucet will hold up.
May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Willy Well made faucet, but...
The Moen faucet is well made and installed easily. However, as other reviewers have noted, the water pressure is poor, especially for the hot water.
April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ceezee Moen Exrensa Kitchen Faucet
I thought it was all metal; spray head is plastic, may discolor over time as unit is white
January 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AGIBBS Better quality than my last Moen faucet
I guess you get what you pay for. I replaced my old (1 yr and 6 months) Moen Single handle pullout Sprayer kitchen faucet that I purchased for roughly $200 less than this current model. So far so good. Only concern is that the locking mechanism for the pull out sprayer is plastic. The male into female parts are plastic and seem like they may wear out over time, causing the sprayer to hang down into the sink and stretch the water hose. This faucet seems more steady and hopefully will last a couple of years. The installation was super easy. I am definitely an amateur. I will keep you posted.
March 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MarkB Leaks like a sieve.
A couple people told me that manufacturers make versions specially for the big stores. They said the ones companies sell to plumbing supply companies are different i.e. better. I passed that off as one of those urban legend things but now I am not so sure. I bought two of these from Home Depot. They both leaked like crazy immediately after installing them. After spending a lot of time on the phone with Moen, they sent me another one. That one worked like a charm. My previous faucet was a Moen so I know how they go together. The two from Home Depot were both leaking at the mixing chamber inside the main housing. I was able to return one but the other I had thrown away all the packaging thinking what could possibly go wrong? Because neither of the two I bought from HD worked I don't see how I can give anything other than a one.
May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by pico Cheap product that looks good
I purchased the Extensa in 2001 and 15 years later was glad I could replace the faucet with the same thing. Well, it wasn't the same quality. The sprayer is plastic, the faucet will not turn all the way left or right and the water is so slow I could knit a sweater while a pot is filling.
I'm very disappointed with the flimsy quality of the Moen faucet. I paid $346.00 plus the cost to have a plumber install it. Don't waste your money on this piece of junk.
May 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mark Two out of Three Leaked
Given that this is a very expensive faucet I was truly disappointed. I bought one from HD. It leaked like a sieve...not a slow leak. I bought a second. Same problem.
So I got on the phone with Moen and they sent me #3. That one worked.
They appear to be leaking from the internal plastic valve assembly. I believe it's leaking from the hand sprayer hose where it connects to an internal mixing tank. It's not something that can be taken apart and fixed.
I sense is it's a manufacturing defect. The fact that they switched to a cheaper from the old copper feed lines may have something to do with it.
There's also less pressure from the faucet...probably due to a flow restricter in the line.
April 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FloridaJ This may have been a big mistake
I bought this $400 faucet with the encouragement of my husband when it came time to replace the Moen faucet (in ivory) that had started to leak (original with house --- 13 years old). Went with the Moen because it was the only one in the color needed to go with the kitchen.Had the faucet professionally installed, so now out some $600. Within a month, the faucet body started to "wander" over the single hole insertion site when swiveled to right/left sinks; also loose and wobbly.
Now have the installing plumber coming back to assess issue and (hopefully) fix for good.
Maybe will be fixed for good, but right now not really thrilled with this faucet.
February 10, 2016