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Moen 7545SRS Camerist One-Handle Pullout Kitchen Faucet Featuring Power Clean and Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

Moen 7545SRS Camerist One-Handle Pullout Kitchen Faucet Featuring Power Clean and Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

$292.22

(11 customer reviews)
Last updated on June 27, 2022 3:59 am Details
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  • SPOT RESISTANT: Spot Resist Stainless finish resists fingerprints and water spots for a cleaner looking kitchen
  • RETRACTABLE: Equipped with the Reflex system for smooth operation, easy movement and secure docking of the spray head
  • POWER CLEAN: Power Clean spray technology provides 50 percent more spray power versus most of our pulldown and pullout faucets without the Power Clean technology
  • EASY TO INSTALL: Features Duralock quick connect system for easy installation
  • FLEXIBLE DESIGN: Designed to be installed through 1 or 3 holes; optional deckplate included

Specification: Moen 7545SRS Camerist One-Handle Pullout Kitchen Faucet Featuring Power Clean and Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

Manufacturer

‎Moen

Installation Method

‎Deck Mounted

Item Weight

‎5.73 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.13 x 10.25 x 13.13 inches

Country of Origin

‎USA

Item model number

‎7545SRS

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎Yes

Size

‎.375

Color

‎Spot Resist Stainless

Style

‎Standard

Finish

‎Stainless

Material

‎Metal

Part Number

‎7545SRS

Flow Rate

‎1.5 Gallons Per Minute

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Number Of Holes

‎1

Spout Height

‎12 Inches

Spout Reach

‎9.77 Inches

HandleLever Placement

‎Center

Number of Handles

‎1

Handle Material

‎Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel

Mounting Type

‎Deck Mount

Included Components

‎Kitchen Faucet

Batteries Included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎No

Warranty Description

‎Limited Lifetime Warranty

Photos: Moen 7545SRS Camerist One-Handle Pullout Kitchen Faucet Featuring Power Clean and Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

11 reviews for Moen 7545SRS Camerist One-Handle Pullout Kitchen Faucet Featuring Power Clean and Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless

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  1. ana casanueva

    Esta mezcladora de monomando se instala con facilidad, trae casi toda la herramienta necesaria para su instalación.
    El flujo de agua es reducido, aun quitando los filtros internos es escaso, debe funcionar bien en casas que tengan bastante presión en la red de agua.
    Todo lo demás ha funcionado perfectamente.

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  2. Nortstar

    Product arrived in good condition and timely. Easy to install directions to follow. Looks good and works as well.
    At six month mark faucet began leaking internally and dripping down my kitchen cabinets. I contacted Moen and they will send replacement parts to correct this they said. Not what I would expect from a Moen faucet but will see if this corrects the leak?? Jury still out on this faucet !! Replacement parts arrived and I installed them per instructions.
    So far faucet is working fine and parts seemed to remedy leak issue. I would give Moen 5 stars for backing their
    product but only showed 4 stars on review since I had to do all the work myself! Keeping my fingers crossed !!!

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  3. Denise

    As I was deciding whether or not to buy this particular faucet, I’ll admit I was concerned, as other reviewers were, that a portion of the fixture is made of plastic. I took a chance since I’m pleased with the other Moen faucets I currently have in my bathrooms. It’s been three weeks since the faucet was installed and I have no regrets. It’s attractive, a real eye catcher. You can’t tell as you look at the faucet that a portion of it is metal (and quite heavy) and a portion is plastic. It operates well with a decent stream of water. The plastic portion doesn’t feel cheap or flimsy and the sprayer hose retracts easily into the faucet. I also believe it’s better for the sprayer portion to be made of plastic since dropping a metal sprayer into the sink would probably cause some damage. I’m looking forward to years of good service from this faucet.

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  4. Christianne turcotte

    J’ai choisi cet marque ( moen) pour la qualité de leur produits. Le robinet est de bonne qualité mais le bec rétractable ça ressemble vraiment à du plastique🙄donc je croix que pour le prix le bec devrait être de même qualité que le robinet. Au pire haussé le prix un peux mais qu’il soit toute fait du même matériaux. Je suis déçu , mais je le garde quand même. 🤨

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  5. R Gibbs

    This is our third Moen kitchen sink faucet and was the cleanest and easiest install of all. Moen has extended the hot & cold connections to eliminate the stainless steel mesh hose extensions I needed to purchase with the previous Moen faucet.
    With the pull out faucet in the home position, water points down and does not splash the front of your pants. The prior unit had a longer, straight spray handle that was aimed up towards the inside front of the sink. With dishs & utensils and the angle flow, you could get wet. Not with this model.

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  6. KAB

    I bought this to replace my Moen Camerist 67545C. According to the features listed on this page, this faucet has all the same features as my original, i.e. the normal stream that you get when you first turn it on (“aerated stream for everyday cleaning”), the really hard spray (“powerful rinse for heavy–duty cleaning”), and the gentle spray (“gentle spray for veggie rinsing”).

    This faucet does NOT have these features. It only has the normal “aerated stream”, a “pause” feature, and ONE spray, which is not as strong as the “powerful rinse” but not as gentle as the “veggie rinse” either. Basically it’s the worst of both worlds: not strong enough to blow dried crud off your dishes, but too strong to actually rinse anything with without getting water everywhere.

    If you’re wondering, I’m not saying this based on just looking at the buttons or something; I actually used the thing. In fact, I wasted a hundred and fifty bucks having a plumber take out my old faucet and install this one, only to start using it and discover that the product description is a lie. The plumber tried it too. It has one stream, one spray, and a pause function.

    In other words, this faucet has the exact same features as, say, the Moen Medina, which costs half as much and is way nicer looking (this one is ridiculously tall, another “improvement” over the original Camerist). Save your money and don’t buy this. I don’t know how they can get away with calling this the Camerist, and it’s certainly false advertising to say it still has the two different spray types (plus the regular stream) because it does not.

    And no, they did not send me the wrong faucet by mistake. The box I received had the “7545C” model number on it. The Camerist just isn’t what it used to be, and it isn’t what they say it is. 🙁

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  7. Shamballa9944

    I didn’t want one of these new high-arching, pulldown faucets. I also was keen on finding one that reached farther into the sinks that the old faucet did. This is it! The only “complaint” is that it doesn’t “lock” in place when you pull out the head of the faucet as the old one did. It was only a notch so that it would automatically be pulled into the right position/angle. With this one it is possible to have it retract cockeyed, so either you have to straighten it (if you’re at all OCD), or risk having someone who isn’t paying attention turn on the water and unexpectedly get a shower, or wash the wall. It’s workable, and all in all I’m otherwise very happy with my choice.

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  8. mr. bean

    My wife is happy with it. The spray function resets when the water is shut off, whether that’s a plus or minus depends on your preference. Our faucet movement wasn’t smooth when turning the handle from hot to cold. I contacted Moen and they sent me a replacement cartridge that fixed the problem. So far I’m very happy with the purchase.

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  9. Garrett

    I typically like brand names, such as Moen, for their ease of install and reliability. This one was fairly easy to install like all Moen products. This faucet arrived Saturday, July 1, 2017, I installed it the next day. We had a plumber come through as we receive a yearly inspection as part of a service. He pointed out the faucet leaking under the sink and looked over the faucet. The plumber said it was due to the faucet failing and it would be far cheaper to just replace the faucet that to attempt to repair it. I thought I would have more time to find a replacement, but now it’s leaking at about every seam so I’m shopping for a new one. This is the first time I’ve ever had a faucet like this just fail and start leaking. I would have hope that a higher end product like this would have lasted longer than three years. If I wanted a disposable faucet I would have definitely just bought a cheaper big box brand to throw on my kitchen sink.

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  10. Aileen

    Perfect for lefties, very smooth modulated flow, not all on or off. Nice aeration all the way on different flow rates. Easy to pull out, returns properly. Spray works really well, not too hard so no splashy mess. Cancels when you turn off the tap so no surprises next time you turn it on. Had this at my last house, missed it so much bought new one to replace the one in the new house. This one least expensive at Amazon.

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  11. DannyBoy

    **JUNE 2020 UPDATE: Four years and done. Awful quality. The faucet is leaking at the rotating joint, where the arm meets the pullout hose. This can’t be fixed. $200 for four years of operation. Terrible. Avoiding Moen going forward.

    I will say that Moen was good at honoring their lifetime warranty. I called them to file a claim, had them call me back (as opposed to waiting on hold for 2+ hours), and they did call back and were quick to send me replacement parts (received within 4 days of calling), free of charge. I didn’t even need to provide the Amazon order info. The correct parts were sent and I was able to fix the issue. That’s good, but it still doesn’t excuse the poor build quality. It also still doesn’t mean I am going to be purchasing Moen products in the future.**

    This faucet works well and looks nice. Operation is quite smooth, and after removing the flow regulator, everything is great. It is a good, sturdy product and the plastic sprayer is barely noticeable compared to the rest of the faucet.

    The hardest part about the install was actually the removal of the old faucet (it had pressure clamps on the connections, which mad it difficult to remove via the hole in the sink). However, we did run into a few install issues with the new faucet that were pretty disappointing.

    First, the water hoses are a bit small. Not short, but small circumference-wise. So, the connectors that came with the hose weren’t large enough to fit onto the threads on the water feed lines. After sending my wife to one of the most unhelpful Ace Hardware Stores in the country (where the employees proceeded to tell her that she didn’t know what she was talking about, as it ‘all should fit’), I ran to Home Depot, and immediately after telling an employee the brand of faucet, he knew exactly what I needed (saying its a typical issue with Moen). What’s sad is that if this is a known install issue, why doesn’t Moen include the extra size converter pieces with the faucet? Slightly disappointing.

    Finally, the weight that came with the faucet to help retract the hose isn’t suitable. There was barely any pull on the hose when it was extended. So, we simply piggy-backed the weight from the old faucet (which was a couple ounces heavier than the new one, but was too small to fit on the new hose) onto the new weight with a zip tie. Now, it works great. Won’t ‘auto-retract’ the hose at all, but it will definitely keep it in place.

    Overall, we’ve been pleased through the first few weeks with the faucet.

    As an FYI for the DIY crew, the instructions don’t recommend this at all, but as with all plumbing, you should use some silicone plumbers tape on all threads. Will definitely save the frustration over those slow leaks that can pop up, even just due to one thread imperfection.

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    Moen 7545SRS Camerist One-Handle Pullout Kitchen Faucet Featuring Power Clean and Reflex, Spot Resist Stainless
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