Modern, Contemporary faucet in a Chrome finish. The M70CP Sapphire's full 360 degree rotation of the spout allows the valve handles to be positioned wherever you choose. Install on your sink or countertop. Three brushes are included.
Why Dishmaster? The convenient wand delivers hot, soapy water at the touch of a button then simply release the button for a clear water rinse. Scrape, wash, rinse, done in one easy motion. The diverter automatically returns to the closed position when the water flow is turned off if water pressure and water conditions allow.
All your dishes and cookware clean easily with a Dishmaster. Save energy, detergent and water by using only just what you need to get the job done. Great as a pre-rinse for the dishwasher. Safe for china and crystal. Perfect for electric cookware, pots & pans, skillets and coffee pots.
Install on your sink or countertop surfaces up to 1-3/4" thick. Requires two holes spaced minimum 4" on centers for installation and fits all standard kitchen sinks. Position the wand on either side of the spout for right-hand or left-hand use. An easily accessible 72-ounce detergent reservoir is conveniently located beneath the sink. Brass. Manufactured in the USA of US and foreign parts.
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Had my faucet for a few weeks now, and it's time to write my review. Love the looks of the faucet, very modern. A huge updated look from the 1950's older models. Love the large soap reservoir. I can go 2 weeks of use before refilling. Only problem I have with the faucet is that when you turn off the water, the faucet doesn't turn off immediately. There is a second or two after turning off the faucet that water continues to come out. With a ceramic mixing valve, this should not happen. Is there a fix, or do I have a defective unit. This didn't happen when I first installed it, but it's happening now. This is the reason for my 3 star review.
We address this on the first page of your faucet's manual. The following is from the FAQ's on our website. A web search can supply additional information.
WHY DOES WATER RUN FROM MY ARCED SPOUT AFTER THE VALVE IS CLOSED?
The water flow may not immediately stop after the lever handle is closed. This is a normal characteristic of any arced spout. After the valve is closed there is still residual water between the high point of the arc of the spout and the aerator. Gravity will pull this water from the spout. If your water pressure is high enough and/or water volume great enough it may (immediately or over time) force the air from the peak of the spout and create a vacuum. If so, the water flow will stop immediately when the lever handle is closed.
NEW 08/14/2019 - Watch this video on our M70 Sapphire Support Page to stop the flow. Thank You Jay M from Bridgeman, MI for this great tip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=nW6mc8fyipg&feature=emb_logo
https://www.moen.com/customer-support/faq 'This is a normal characteristic of any faucet with a high-arc spout. After the handle (or handles) are shut off, there is still water inside of the spout. Any residual water past the arc of the spout will slowly drip out of the spout. Gravity will pull this water from the spout; however, it should stop after several minutes.'
https://www.plbg.com/forum/read.php?1,447346 'It is the water in the 'down side' of the faucet's 'loop'. Without the aerator it would drain out instantly, but the aerator restricts the air that has to enter the faucet so that water can drain, so it takes a minute or so to happen.'
I have been Dishnaster user for years, or rather decades. I moved about 8 years ago & have been without since then. I recently bought the latest model & installed it and am really impressed with the low profile and happy to have the functionality back. Thanks Dishmaster
7 homes since 1961 and this is Uber 7.
I will always have a dishmaster