• Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
  • Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
  • Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
  • Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
  • Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
  • Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel
Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel

Moen S72101NL Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Kitchen Faucet, Nickel

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£958.00
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£1,596.00
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  • One-handle lever handles make it easy to adjust water flow or temperature
  • LifeShine finish assures the ultimate in durability and is guaranteed not to tarnish, corrode or flake off
  • Included side spray for convenient cleaning at the sink
  • Standard design mounts on the sink or countertop
  • Connection Size: 3/8"

Customer Reviews

Three Stars Quality is not what we expected as the handle is already loose. 3Excellent addition to our kitchen Very happy to see kitchen faucet mounted over our sink. Not only it functions so well but also It brings class into our kitchen. 5Nearly perfect The Weymouth is an exceptional unit. I selected it from photos alone, and was uncertain if it would be a good fit, but it is so proportionately well designed it looks to me that it could fit and instantly dress up any sink anywhere, unlike some of the huge arcing pull-down models that seem to be the rage. The specs as listed did not include which dimension the measurements applied to, so I did not realize the longest referred to the overall length of the center unit, including the under-sink stem.Installation was just under two hours, not too bad considering I had to replace both angle stops in order to accept the built-in braided stainless supply hoses which terminate in a 3/8 male compression fitting. I have installed many, many faucets, and have noticed this seems to be a trend towards a standard probably with newer homes in mind. But, it s inconvenient as most of the homes I have worked in are older and have a variety of supply fitting sizes. It s easy enough to handle but it drives up the install cost, a pair of adapters can usually be put together from compression fittings found at any decent hardware store, but I prefer to replace the stops with turn units whenever possible just to make it easier for future work. Actually about the hardest part was cleaning off the parts of the sink that have been covered by the old Delta deck plate for nearly 30 years.It s hard to say much about the function, it fits in and works so well it just seems to make anything else seem to be a bad design. The flow restrictor in the head and nozzle seem to not impede the rate that much, being on a well I usually show only about 30-35 PSI, but it s only a little diminished from other types I have used in the past.As I have had a standard Delta single handle faucet in any sink I have ever lived with, getting used to the side handle was and continues to be the biggest challenge, although less and less. It s actually just as logical as a center lever, and now that I am getting used to it I find when I return to the old style I am reaching towards the right side. I found a small label showing the temp and flow control directions aided the transition immensely. The crook in the arm not only enhances the look, but it seems to be made to facilitate access to the control lever. I suppose this favors right-handed folk, and while I still feel it to be a little awkward and counter-intuitive at times, I am adapting.It is surprising to say anything negative about a faucet so well designed and constructed, and especially at this price point, but I have to start off by mentioning what seems a glaring oversight. Sort of a two-part problem, this being the sprayer- the nozzle itself is well solid and built and quite heavy at nearly 7 ounces, but the socket it rests in totally surprised me when I installed it and found it to be completely made of plastic. I could accept this, even so, but the hose comes with no counterweight, and as sold the sprayer refuses to sit upright and naturally leans several degrees off vertical, you can see the difference in my last two photos. I addressed this by adding a fairly light counterweight to the hose, but it was with reluctance as I have never cared for this crude (and usually standard) approach. Not to mention the box did not include or Moen even offer a weight. This is probably what cost the Weymouth that fifth star.As long as I am on about it, also not included was a 3-hole sink block-off plate, again, at this level of quality I was surprised to see it as an option. I was unable to get through to Customer Service to check the price, but similar Moen plates sell to sell for around $50.00.As it turns out, I prefer the stand alone installation, it just looks allows the retro but classic design of the tower to stand alone unrivaled by additional d cor. As mentioned, It was a chore to polish out the grime where the old base had always been, but not only is the result aesthetically pleasing, it allowed me to place the air break on the left, leaving the right side control lever free. I have not yet located a matching hole cover, but for now a white one sprayed metallic fills nicely.The faucet comes with awful instructions, but a slightly better version as well as a parts manual can be downloaded at the Moen website. The tower is secured to the sink deck with a wide plate and single nut that needs to be run up a 5 threaded stem, I think you could use a regular basin wrench on it but Moen includes a long hard plastic nut driver which greatly speeds tightening.I am very pleased with the looks and function of the Weymouth, I am disappointed in the sprayer situation and hopefully the manufacturer will address this, if not with this model then in others. 4Very Pretty & HIGH faucet spout works well with my shallow basin. I really like the shape of this faucet. I have a shallow kitchen sink and the high spout works well for me - so I can fit pots underneath to clean and rinse. I do wish the spray was integrated into the faucet instead of being beside it on the counter. The sprayer has lasted well and is durable, however the faucet itself has started leaking out of the side handle area after 9 months....bottom line: Style is distinctive, finish is beautiful, but it already leaks. 4Perfect! Absolutely beautiful in the small 1940's size kitchen. If this were a larger space I Might be concerned about size and spacial balance. Since I wanted more warmth I purchased in polished nickle and couldn't be more thrilled. After reading reviews I was concerned about amount of water flow. Wish I could take the worry back; it's excellent. The only issue was the hand sprayer (it is very light) which caused it to not sit in the holder straight. The Plumber put a weight on the hose and it now is perfect. I purchased from Amazon as an open box and saved a bundle! Perfect condition and function. Again; VERY HAPPY! 5Creates a focus point in the kitchen design Adds a statement to the kitchen. 5Ideal for Country Cottage/Euro Kitchens This faucet was fairly easy to install but totally looked off in our kitchen. The spot resist stainless had more of a brushed nickel appearance to it, and the arc of the faucet was longer/deeper than we expected which meant that the sink stream was offset instead of in the center of our basin. I recommend this for more of wider bowls or farm sinks with an apron. The spot resist is only somewhat resistant to hard water stains as the water here in Northern California still left residue and spots on the faucet. It's also harder to clean because of all the varied features and accents versus a smoother simpler look. Overall it performs nicely, just the wrong setting! 4Pretty nice faucet. The hand held spigot is wobbly; otherwise I like it very much. 3Love the faucet Love the faucet , only negative is like other reviews have noted , yiu will need to purchase a hose weight for the sprayer . I bought a moen hose weight separately on Amazon and it solved the problem. 4Not very efficient. The unit is attractive and looks to be well made. The first one came and leaked from both the spout and spray. The second one was fine.Now here is the problem: The lever to control flow and temperature is very short and very hard to dial in precisely. AND, it is on only one side, the right side. In my kitchen all cooking and prepping is done on the right side of the sink. To turn on the faucet you have to use your right hand or angle your left hand awkwardly under the spout or you will get your arm wet. I cook hard and fast, cooking and cleaning at the same time; fiddling with a faucet is not what I want to be doing. Imagine: you are pulling a bowl over for a quick rinse. You grab it with your right hand and move it over to the sink, now you have to put the bowl down, turn the faucet on and then pick up the bowl again, rinse, put the bowl down, turn the faucet off, pick the bowl up again with your right hand and proceed. Meanwhile your left hand is holding the sponge and that's it.Now imagine a top control: Right hand grabs bowl, left turns on water and reaches for sponge or brush, quick clean, right hand moves bowl out of way as left hand puts down sponge or brush and turns off water. So so so much more efficient.If you are like me and move very quickly and efficiently in a kitchen, then this is NOT the faucet you want. Otherwise, this is a fine faucet. 3
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Description
  • One-handle lever handles make it easy to adjust water flow or temperature
  • LifeShine finish assures the ultimate in durability and is guaranteed not to tarnish, corrode or flake off
  • Included side spray for convenient cleaning at the sink
  • Standard design mounts on the sink or countertop
  • Connection Size: 3/8"
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Three Stars Quality is not what we expected as the handle is already loose. 3Excellent addition to our kitchen Very happy to see kitchen faucet mounted over our sink. Not only it functions so well but also It brings class into our kitchen. 5Nearly perfect The Weymouth is an exceptional unit. I selected it from photos alone, and was uncertain if it would be a good fit, but it is so proportionately well designed it looks to me that it could fit and instantly dress up any sink anywhere, unlike some of the huge arcing pull-down models that seem to be the rage. The specs as listed did not include which dimension the measurements applied to, so I did not realize the longest referred to the overall length of the center unit, including the under-sink stem.Installation was just under two hours, not too bad considering I had to replace both angle stops in order to accept the built-in braided stainless supply hoses which terminate in a 3/8 male compression fitting. I have installed many, many faucets, and have noticed this seems to be a trend towards a standard probably with newer homes in mind. But, it s inconvenient as most of the homes I have worked in are older and have a variety of supply fitting sizes. It s easy enough to handle but it drives up the install cost, a pair of adapters can usually be put together from compression fittings found at any decent hardware store, but I prefer to replace the stops with turn units whenever possible just to make it easier for future work. Actually about the hardest part was cleaning off the parts of the sink that have been covered by the old Delta deck plate for nearly 30 years.It s hard to say much about the function, it fits in and works so well it just seems to make anything else seem to be a bad design. The flow restrictor in the head and nozzle seem to not impede the rate that much, being on a well I usually show only about 30-35 PSI, but it s only a little diminished from other types I have used in the past.As I have had a standard Delta single handle faucet in any sink I have ever lived with, getting used to the side handle was and continues to be the biggest challenge, although less and less. It s actually just as logical as a center lever, and now that I am getting used to it I find when I return to the old style I am reaching towards the right side. I found a small label showing the temp and flow control directions aided the transition immensely. The crook in the arm not only enhances the look, but it seems to be made to facilitate access to the control lever. I suppose this favors right-handed folk, and while I still feel it to be a little awkward and counter-intuitive at times, I am adapting.It is surprising to say anything negative about a faucet so well designed and constructed, and especially at this price point, but I have to start off by mentioning what seems a glaring oversight. Sort of a two-part problem, this being the sprayer- the nozzle itself is well solid and built and quite heavy at nearly 7 ounces, but the socket it rests in totally surprised me when I installed it and found it to be completely made of plastic. I could accept this, even so, but the hose comes with no counterweight, and as sold the sprayer refuses to sit upright and naturally leans several degrees off vertical, you can see the difference in my last two photos. I addressed this by adding a fairly light counterweight to the hose, but it was with reluctance as I have never cared for this crude (and usually standard) approach. Not to mention the box did not include or Moen even offer a weight. This is probably what cost the Weymouth that fifth star.As long as I am on about it, also not included was a 3-hole sink block-off plate, again, at this level of quality I was surprised to see it as an option. I was unable to get through to Customer Service to check the price, but similar Moen plates sell to sell for around $50.00.As it turns out, I prefer the stand alone installation, it just looks allows the retro but classic design of the tower to stand alone unrivaled by additional d cor. As mentioned, It was a chore to polish out the grime where the old base had always been, but not only is the result aesthetically pleasing, it allowed me to place the air break on the left, leaving the right side control lever free. I have not yet located a matching hole cover, but for now a white one sprayed metallic fills nicely.The faucet comes with awful instructions, but a slightly better version as well as a parts manual can be downloaded at the Moen website. The tower is secured to the sink deck with a wide plate and single nut that needs to be run up a 5 threaded stem, I think you could use a regular basin wrench on it but Moen includes a long hard plastic nut driver which greatly speeds tightening.I am very pleased with the looks and function of the Weymouth, I am disappointed in the sprayer situation and hopefully the manufacturer will address this, if not with this model then in others. 4Very Pretty & HIGH faucet spout works well with my shallow basin. I really like the shape of this faucet. I have a shallow kitchen sink and the high spout works well for me - so I can fit pots underneath to clean and rinse. I do wish the spray was integrated into the faucet instead of being beside it on the counter. The sprayer has lasted well and is durable, however the faucet itself has started leaking out of the side handle area after 9 months....bottom line: Style is distinctive, finish is beautiful, but it already leaks. 4Perfect! Absolutely beautiful in the small 1940's size kitchen. If this were a larger space I Might be concerned about size and spacial balance. Since I wanted more warmth I purchased in polished nickle and couldn't be more thrilled. After reading reviews I was concerned about amount of water flow. Wish I could take the worry back; it's excellent. The only issue was the hand sprayer (it is very light) which caused it to not sit in the holder straight. The Plumber put a weight on the hose and it now is perfect. I purchased from Amazon as an open box and saved a bundle! Perfect condition and function. Again; VERY HAPPY! 5Creates a focus point in the kitchen design Adds a statement to the kitchen. 5Ideal for Country Cottage/Euro Kitchens This faucet was fairly easy to install but totally looked off in our kitchen. The spot resist stainless had more of a brushed nickel appearance to it, and the arc of the faucet was longer/deeper than we expected which meant that the sink stream was offset instead of in the center of our basin. I recommend this for more of wider bowls or farm sinks with an apron. The spot resist is only somewhat resistant to hard water stains as the water here in Northern California still left residue and spots on the faucet. It's also harder to clean because of all the varied features and accents versus a smoother simpler look. Overall it performs nicely, just the wrong setting! 4Pretty nice faucet. The hand held spigot is wobbly; otherwise I like it very much. 3Love the faucet Love the faucet , only negative is like other reviews have noted , yiu will need to purchase a hose weight for the sprayer . I bought a moen hose weight separately on Amazon and it solved the problem. 4Not very efficient. The unit is attractive and looks to be well made. The first one came and leaked from both the spout and spray. The second one was fine.Now here is the problem: The lever to control flow and temperature is very short and very hard to dial in precisely. AND, it is on only one side, the right side. In my kitchen all cooking and prepping is done on the right side of the sink. To turn on the faucet you have to use your right hand or angle your left hand awkwardly under the spout or you will get your arm wet. I cook hard and fast, cooking and cleaning at the same time; fiddling with a faucet is not what I want to be doing. Imagine: you are pulling a bowl over for a quick rinse. You grab it with your right hand and move it over to the sink, now you have to put the bowl down, turn the faucet on and then pick up the bowl again, rinse, put the bowl down, turn the faucet off, pick the bowl up again with your right hand and proceed. Meanwhile your left hand is holding the sponge and that's it.Now imagine a top control: Right hand grabs bowl, left turns on water and reaches for sponge or brush, quick clean, right hand moves bowl out of way as left hand puts down sponge or brush and turns off water. So so so much more efficient.If you are like me and move very quickly and efficiently in a kitchen, then this is NOT the faucet you want. Otherwise, this is a fine faucet. 3
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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