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Model # 87090MSRS

Internet # 204371385

Store SKU # 1000018171

Indi Single Handle Pull-Down Side Sprayer Kitchen Faucet featuring Reflex in Spot Resist Stainless Microban

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$198.00 /each
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  • Reflex system for easy maneuverability and secure self-retraction
  • Spot Resist finish avoids fingerprints and water spots


Model # 87090MSRS

Internet # 204371385

Store SKU # 1000018171

From intimate galley kitchens to large gourmet workstations, the MOEN Indi 1-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet adds a refreshingly modern look to your home. The simple lines of the faucet create contemporary style, while the pull-down wand delivers on-demand functionality. It's equipped with Microban antimicrobial protection to help prevent the growth of damaging bacteria on the finish. It also has an innovative Spot Resist finish that avoids fingerprints and water spots to maintain the brilliance of the original finish and easily wipe clean.

  • Spot Resist finish to make cleanup easy by avoiding fingerprints and water spots
  • Microban antimicrobial finish to help control the spread of germs
  • Pull-down wand for three spray functions: spray, stream or pause
  • Soap/lotion dispenser included for full coordination
  • Can be installed with or without the included deck plate
  • Features Duralock Quick Connect system for easy installation
  • Equipped with the Reflex system for smooth operation, easy movement and secure docking of the pull-down/pullout spray head

    MOEN Reflex self-retraction technology

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Assembled Depth (in.) 
9 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
16.22 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
10.25 in 
Connection size (in.) 
3/8 In. 
Extension length (in.) 
Spout height (in.) 
Color Family 
Stainless Steel 
Spot Resist Stainless Microban 
Commercial / Residential 
Faucet Features 
Adjustable Flow Rate,Bacteria Resistant,Fingerprint/Spot Resistant,Pause Function 
Faucet Included Components 
Cover Plate,Handles,Side Sprayer,Supply Lines 
Faucet type 
Kitchen Faucet 
Flow rate (gallons per minute) 
Handle Type 
Housing Material 
Kitchen Faucet Type 
Pull Down 
Number of Faucet Holes Required 
Spout Reach (in.) 
Spout Type 
High Arc 
Touchless/Touch On 
Valve material 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
ADA Compliant 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Lifetime limited warranty 


Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I FIGURED OUT HOW TO FIX WATER PRESSURE PROBLEM We absolutely loved this faucet, the spot-free finish, and the sprayer functions. We hated the lack of water pressure and were going to return it. As I was taking it apart to return it, I dropped the hand sprayer piece by accident. A flow restricter popped out and was laying on the floor. Light Bulb! You do not need to take the faucet apart. Simply disconnect the hand sprayer from the hose (the hand sprayer is the piece you hold to spray). Inside the hand sprayer is a small plastic black piece about half the size of a dime. Remove that piece, reconnect the hand sprayer, and wah-lah. Last, mail the black plastic piece with a nasty note to Moen, thanking them for all the trouble, the excellent communication, and many thanks for replying to none of these reviews. Hope this helps some of you experiencing the same low water pressure problem we had. August 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quite pleased. I like the faucet quite a bit. The fit and finish are nice. 1. The installation wasn't terribly complicated. 2. The provided tool was useful. 3. The spray head retracts nicely. The weight of it seems appropriate to do the job but not be obtrusive. It doesn't have a magnet so there isn't a tight click when it is retracted, but it stays in place well. 4. I like the spray pattern. It goes back to normal flow when shut off and back on and the pause works well. 5. The faucet action is smooth. It took me several days to stop reaching for the hot water with my left hand since this was a replacement for a 2 hand faucet, but I do like the ease of it. .6 Other reviewers complained about the low water pressure, but I suspect that our water pressure is already low enough that it just isn't noticeable. June 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice faucet I bought this to replace an old kitchen faucet. It's very well made and attractive. It took about an hour to remove the old faucet and install this faucet. It comes with 36" pre-attached supply hoses. I installed it in a 4-hole stainless steel sink, using the optional deck plate to cover the first 3 holes, and plan to install the included soap dispenser in the 4th hole after I remove the non-essential dishwasher air gap that's currently installed there. The deck plate measures 10 1/2" by 2 3/8", and is smaller than the footprint of the faucet I removed. I had to enlist my wife to hold the faucet upright and keep it from twisting while installing the one nut that secures the faucet from below.. The faucet works smoothly. I installed a Moen Hose Guide (aka hose corral) to keep the pull-out host from snagging on the supply valves under the sink. The nozzle initially starts up in stream mode, but the toggle on it can be used to change to a spray. If there's sufficient water flow the spray will continue until you turn off the water. The "pause" position is intermittent and will stop the water as long as you're holding it. There are a couple of things about this general faucet design to consider. First, I'm left-handed and find it difficult to operate the handle left-handed because my arm is crossing under the water stream. I'm slowly learning to do it right-handed. The other consideration is that the handle is located directly over the deck plate, so when you use a wet hand to close the handle you will drip water onto the deck plate, leaving water spots unless you wipe it off when done. December 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Faucet I really like the way this faucet looks. I was surprised how much of a difference it made to the appearance of my kitchen by just upgrading from my builder's grade faucet to this one. Installation was fairly easy. The hardest part was actually uninstalling the old faucet. I had to use a deep well socket and an impact driver to break free a rusted nut on the old faucet. After that, it only took about 30 minutes to finish the job. Moen includes a plastic "deep well wrench" that can be used with a screwdriver to tighten the faucet down to the sink. I found it a little difficult to hold in place while torquing down tight, since I had to hold the faucet straight above the sink and torque the nut below simultaneously. The supply lines reach all the way down to the water shutoff valves, so I didn't have to keep the copper leads. Just screw the supply lines straight into the shutoff valves, and you're good to go! Moen includes a brace for attaching to thin gauge steel sinks, and it helps quite a bit, but it was still a little unstable on my builder's grade topmount sink. I only really notice it when I swivel the faucet from side to side or use the sprayer, but the play is definitely there. (Just to be clear, it's the sink that's flexing, not the faucet. So if you have a thicker gauge sink, it won't be a problem.) Performance-wise, the faucet is pretty great. The control lever takes a bit of getting used to, but after that it's fairly intuitive. Pull away from the faucet upright to turn the water on, swivel away from you for hot water (only about 15° back from vertical), and swivel down for cold water (all the way down to 90° from vertical). During installation I considered turning the control lever so it was on the left side of the faucet, but realized it would hit our backsplash when turning on the cold water. So there's really only one configuration that will work: with the control lever on the right side. (Maybe in front too, but I think that would probably look weird.) The spot-resist finish works pretty well on the faucet upright, but I have noticed water spots forming in wetter areas like the baseplate. A quick wipe-down has everything looking sparkling new again though. If you ever have a ton of dishes pile up in your sink, the high arc of the faucet allows you to work under the water flow without the contents of the sink getting in the way. The pull out sprayer is awesome as well. I can actually use it to fill up an 8 quart stockpot that's sitting on the counter beside the sink. The spray feature can be turned on with the button on the handle, or the flow can be completely stopped there too. The only complaint I really have is that the flow rate is substantially less that that of my old faucet. It's probably due to some "green qualification" that conserves water, but I'd rather have something that can powerwash stuck-on food off of dishes. I have a 4 hole sink, but the extra hole is being used for the disposal/dishwasher air gap, so I couldn't mount the soap dispenser. It would have been nice if a half-size baseplate was included that would cover one of the two handle holes so the soap dispenser could be installed on the other. The baseplate that is included only bolts through the center, and the gasket doesn't make a super awesome seal on the ends. I'm a little bit worried it will leak, but I haven't noticed any moisture underneath the sink, and it's been installed for a month, so I guess I'm just worrying too much. December 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Faucet with one Minor Adjustment Excellent quality matches more expensive models. My wife wanted a faucet that matched the new white shaker style cabinets and this one fit the bill perfectly, bar none. Directions were clear and concise, simple install in one hole new quartzite counter(natural white stone, harder than granite, not manmade.) The finish is beautiful, and the salesman said Moen's finishes hold up better than the competition., judging from returns to the store. After a year, I agree. You pay a little more, but it's worth it. PRESSURE PROBLEM SOLVED: The water saver is great, and you get used to it. But I wanted to fill pots faster, so I drilled out the three holes in the part that restricts water flow (or you can safely remove it) and it went from 1.5 gpm to over 2.5 gpm. There is still a screen adjacent to it, so any foreign particles are trapped. Iintially I contacted Moen to see how to solve the water pressure problem, and they were not any help. Even though Moen might not agree with my solution, they should at least offer two flow mechanisms. May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase. Met all of my expectations. Easy to install. Recently purchased one for my daughter she loved mine so much, This is my first Moen faucet & I am not disappointed August 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Always Moen!!! I always have Moen in my kitchen and bath. Sleek, great, hight quality! June 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Clear, simple instructions - went in like a snap I installed it on my new sink before I installed the sink in the new countertop. Hookup was simple and all the parts were there and worked as expected. Included wrench was very handy. Only suggestion is that with the handle on the right side it is a little awkward to turn it on while holding something in my right (dominant) hand - but I make do. February 19, 2015
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