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Moen Reza Kitchen Faucet $149.97 - YMMV Costco west/regina

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[Costco] Moen Reza Kitchen Faucet $149.97 - YMMV Costco west/regina

Costco Regina has Moen pulldown kitchen faucets for $149.97. Product # 1227509. They also had some Moen Neese bathroom faucets for $69.97
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Good price!! Saw it at Costco for $199.99 back in Dec
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I noticed this was on the Costco site with alot of poor reviews - anyone comment on that? It's not on the site anymore so I can't see what they were saying.
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U4IA wrote: I noticed this was on the Costco site with alot of poor reviews - anyone comment on that? It's not on the site anymore so I can't see what they were saying.
I have one installed back in December, really love the stainless surface. So far I haven’t had any issue, cannot speak for longevity yet.
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c229chen wrote: I have one installed back in December, really love the stainless surface. So far I haven’t had any issue, cannot speak for longevity yet.
Thanks

Our entire house is Moen, about 15 years now. The only tap that has caused issues is the kitchen one, with having to replace the cartridge and washers every couple of years. The sprayer is now messed up so was thinking of upgrading to something nicer.

They do keep sending you free parts (and I have a spare sprayer too) but taking it apart isnt all that much fun compared to just a normal bathroom faucet.
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Great deal! Even at regular price of $200 these were a good value compared to all the other store prices for a decent looking Moen faucet.

I've been eyeing this for a while now and waiting for a sale. Almost bought it with the online coupon back in december but I took too long and the coupon expired :-(

Any sightings in the GVR? I might have to call around to see if the stores still carry these
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U4IA wrote: I noticed this was on the Costco site with alot of poor reviews - anyone comment on that? It's not on the site anymore so I can't see what they were saying.
I never trust Costco sure reviews. There are always very few reviews so you just hear from a few odd balls. Its a pretty standard faucet from a good manufacturer.
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U4IA wrote: I noticed this was on the Costco site with alot of poor reviews - anyone comment on that? It's not on the site anymore so I can't see what they were saying.
Vocal minority I'd say. I bought one of these a few years ago at Costco (not the exact same model, but whatever was current at the time) and it's been great for years.
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Installed in October (purchased at $200) and very pleased with look and function. Very solid. Great price.
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lovebug2123 wrote: Installed in October (purchased at $200) and very pleased with look and function. Very solid. Great price.
Is it sensored?
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Does anyone how hard is to install? can it be installed in Condo suites? time for replacement.
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Not available in Ontario, "deleted from system at the beginning of May", just called a local Costco warehouse Disappointed But Relieved Face
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I bought a similar Moen faucet maybe 3 years ago. Very easy to install (comes with a plastic tool that worked great).

I’ve been happy with it, but the baseplate has a plastic covering on it that gives it the brushed metal look, that has started to peel. Contacted Moen and they haven’t been super helpful. I expect they’ll come through, but I feel like I’ll have to stay on them.

I selected the Moen faucet because of the warranty, so hoping it works out.
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ysl5710 wrote: Does anyone how hard is to install? can it be installed in Condo suites? time for replacement.
Very easy to install if you don't mind getting under the sink. Works in a condo same as a house.
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Randalpink73 wrote: Contacted Moen and they haven’t been super helpful. I expect they’ll come through, but I feel like I’ll have to stay on them.

I selected the Moen faucet because of the warranty, so hoping it works out.
This is the first time I've ever heard someone not give Moen steller praise ( I know there's still time). When I bought my current house 12yrs ago, one of the faucets was leaking. Took it to Home Depot, who told me it was a Moen ( I'd never heard of them until then ) but they didn't stock the cartridge and told me Moen Canada is only a few minutes away. So I took it there. Guy there gives me a brand new faucet coz he said mine looked like crap. Ever since I've only heard great things, until you :p
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Randalpink73 wrote: I bought a similar Moen faucet maybe 3 years ago. Very easy to install (comes with a plastic tool that worked great).

I’ve been happy with it, but the baseplate has a plastic covering on it that gives it the brushed metal look, that has started to peel. Contacted Moen and they haven’t been super helpful. I expect they’ll come through, but I feel like I’ll have to stay on them.

I selected the Moen faucet because of the warranty, so hoping it works out.
I had the same issue and Moen did ship me a replacement escutcheon plate.

Out of curiosity - do you happen to recall the name of the faucet?? (the one Costco had a few years back before the Reza). I'm trying to dig up installation instructions and part numbers for it as I may need to switch from an install with the escutcheon plate to one without it (and I don't think I kept the round gasket)

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