'15 Classic with Moen Sensor Faucet
Thought I'd go hi-tech and install a Moen Sensor faucet in my kitchen. It comes in the "easy care" stainless steel, and was an easy install. The sensor mechanism uses either a battery pack (6 AA batteries), or you can opt for a 120V converter. Obviously, I stuck with the standard battery pack. The most difficult part of the install was removing the Kohler that came in the trailer. Will see if this faucet does what it promises (among other things), as a water saving device. Several nice features. Easy to deactivate (hold your hand over the top sensor for awhile), or reactivate. Equally neat, if you start running the water and don't shut it off in two minutes, it shuts off by itself. If you choose, you can use the regular handle as well. In appearance, it looks almost identical to the Kohler -- has same pull out/spray function, water shut-off on the spray unit, etc. Cost is around $350.
"SilverLeaf II" 2015 30' Classic
2014 RAM 2500 Laramie 4x4 CC w/6.7L Cummins
WBCCI # 3430-Unit 21