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Home Depot has the MOEN Camerist Single-Handle Pull-Out Sprayer Kitchen Faucet [homedepot.com] for $137.99 Plus Free Shipping - DEAD

Alternatively, Build.com [build.com] has the MOEN Camerist Single-Handle Pull-Out Sprayer Kitchen Faucet (7545CSL) for $139 Plus Free Shipping
Note, for Build.com, you may need to search by model number 7545CSL - Still available

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  • Classic Stainless Finish
  • Pull-Out Design
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty
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These are dangerous for kids.. they can easily turn on very hot water. Aside for the fact they can easily turn on the faucet all together and make a mess.. I generally opt for double unless it's a high top sick
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I like MOEN, but that's still one whopper of a price from my perspective. We've got a different model in our kitchen and really like it.
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Quote from tegeek6 View Post :
These are dangerous for kids.. they can easily turn on very hot water. Aside for the fact they can easily turn on the faucet all together and make a mess.. I generally opt for double unless it's a high top sick
Kids can turn on hot water with double, can't they?
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Kids can turn on hot water with double, can't they?
It's harder. They need to grasp something, generally that will require 2 hands. This can be done with a nudge or even a broom stick if their really naughty Crazylaugh Bonk
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These are dangerous for kids.. they can easily turn on very hot water. Aside for the fact they can easily turn on the faucet all together and make a mess.. I generally opt for double unless it's a high top sick

How is a two handle faucet "less dangerous" in that regard? Kids are left to figure out how much to turn the hot water and cold water on. At least with a single handle you can teach them to err on pushing it further to the right (assuming the supply lines aren't reversed).
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Best solution to the danger of kids and hot water is to turn down the thermostat on the water heater to a more reasonable temperature. Most washing machines and dishwashers heat the water if they need it hotter than it comes in the pipe. Sure that's not a solution for those who love super hot showers, but it is what it is.

That said, what do people think in general of the various brands of faucets out there? I know Consumer Reports stopped reviewing them as they are all "reliable" but I see such wide swings in price when shopping I am trying to figure out what to actually look for for a pull out kitchen faucet. All metal/brass construction, ceramic cartridge, weighted hose?
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How is a two handle faucet "less dangerous" in that regard? Kids are left to figure out how much to turn the hot water and cold water on. At least with a single handle you can teach them to err on pushing it further to the right (assuming the supply lines aren't reversed).
true, my 4 year old washes her hands in the kitchen sink sometimes(by herself most of the time) and she's never had a problem. From our experience most ppl who have used our faucet tend to pull it straight up(kids included) which keeps it a neutral temp.
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How is a two handle faucet "less dangerous" in that regard? Kids are left to figure out how much to turn the hot water and cold water on. At least with a single handle you can teach them to err on pushing it further to the right (assuming the supply lines aren't reversed).
I think its more confusing for them but we are talking toddler here just learning to count etc. If you have a hot and cold you can say its good or bad. Saying the same item os good slightly to the right and bad slightly to the left BUT you still have to push up on it is more confusing. By separating the handles the can at least have a chance to get one side is good and other bad without actually needing to know left and right properly...

With all that said your water from hot only should never be hot enough to injure sensitive skin. You need to assume they will do the worst case scenario and set the water heater lower. I just don't turn on the cold when taking a shower and all is good.

Also price is still pretty high.
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Quote from phillylex View Post :
How is a two handle faucet "less dangerous" in that regard? Kids are left to figure out how much to turn the hot water and cold water on. At least with a single handle you can teach them to err on pushing it further to the right (assuming the supply lines aren't reversed).
You train them the first time and bingo, but ideally you turn on the sink until they are old enough to do it themselves

The handle can be hit by accident, as well as much easier than handles when they want to be mischievous
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I got rid of my hot water heater, my kids have never burned themselves, never even came close
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Quote from tegeek6 View Post :
These are dangerous for kids.. they can easily turn on very hot water. Aside for the fact they can easily turn on the faucet all together and make a mess.. I generally opt for double unless it's a high top sick
I have other view. My kid never opens the hot water in the two handle one, even in the winter. And cuz the water is so cold, he just doesn't clean it well. I wanted something like this instead.

Price isn't too enticing. not that I know how much do regular faucet's run for.
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regular priced at two hundred thirty nine dollars for this? c'mon
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Best solution to the danger of kids and hot water is to turn down the thermostat on the water heater to a more reasonable temperature. Most washing machines and dishwashers heat the water if they need it hotter than it comes in the pipe. Sure that's not a solution for those who love super hot showers, but it is what it is.

That said, what do people think in general of the various brands of faucets out there? I know Consumer Reports stopped reviewing them as they are all "reliable" but I see such wide swings in price when shopping I am trying to figure out what to actually look for for a pull out kitchen faucet. All metal/brass construction, ceramic cartridge, weighted hose?
Ditto got this recommendation from the plumber when upgraded to a thankless heater. Setting to 120F is perfect in avoiding burns.
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It's harder. They need to grasp something, generally that will require 2 hands. This can be done with a nudge or even a broom stick if their really naughty Crazylaugh Bonk
My cat figured it out.
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