Model: 7825

Camerist Chrome one-handle low arc kitchen faucet

Finish: Chrome


It's the little things that add up to a lot of transitional style for Camerist.: a flared-tip spout, simple curves and single-handle operation create an updated basic collection.

  • chrome finish is highly reflective for a mirror-like look that works with any decorating style
  • one-handle lever handle makes it easy to adjust the water
  • aerated stream for everyday cleaning
  • standard design mounts on the sink or countertop
  • complies with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications
  • meets current legislation, including ab1953 (california) and s152 (vermont)
  • limited lifetime warranty

One hole
Three hole
one or three hole
Spout Height
8.13 "
Spout Reach
9.25 "
Connection Size
Connection Type
Spray Type
aerated stream
Water Usage
1.5 gpm (5.7 L/min) max.
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Replacement Parts for this product may be covered by the Lifetime Limited Warranty

Rated 4 out of 5 by from The plumber who installed it said, "Old man Moen has passed away, I hope his sons will carry on the good reputation of Moen!" I like the clean look of it, and wondered "why didn't I replace my old one sooner instead of limping along with the old worn out one, and rotting the wood underneath the counter by the constant dripping!"
Date published: 2014-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and Simple Looks like a pull-down faucet but isn't-- no plastic here (Pull-down parts are usually plastic.) except for the base plate which are typically made from plastic, if my research is correct. I wanted an uncomplicated faucet with no sprayer hose or pull down to give future problems, and I got it! It looks great in my 60's style kitchen.
Date published: 2014-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Eay to install and looks good.
Date published: 2013-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful but not without room for improvement First, this is absolutely a beautiful kitchen faucet, it works smoothly, and I love the different water sprays. The cons are this - the instructions that come with it are just photographs so it's a bit time consuming to install, even for a well-seasoned handy person. There is only one anchor point in the middle for this faily good-sized faucet and the nut that holds it secure is pretty whimpy, I'm sure as a way to cut manufacturing costs - not what I would consider typically Moen (all my faucets are Moen and have been since we built 22 years ago. This is the first one we've replaced). We have a heavy gauge stainless steel kitchen sink, and even with the faucet secured if one grabs the base of the faucet to make sure it's secure it actually will wiggle, not because it isn't secure but because it actually moves the deck of the sink due to the one anchor point, I believe. This would be minimal with a cast iron/ceramic sink as it is heavier. So far I love it but as stated above there is some room for improvement in it's design and hardware.
Date published: 2011-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the new faucet. Our handyman had it installed in no time. Looks great in my kitchen.
Date published: 2011-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased with the faucet, great look and easy to install. Would recommend .
Date published: 2011-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fine I'm just the family handyman, not a professional. Here are my observations, having just installed one as a replacement for an inexpensive pullout. The lady of the house wanted a escutcheon and a slightly longer and taller faucet. This one fit the bill, though now it seems a little bit "in your face" but one can probably get used to this and it can be rotated out of the way so that it's not even over the sink. The control handle rotates about 100 degrees and does NOT have that return-to-neutral feature--it will stay at the temperature setting when you turn it off. The flared front was a concern, as it was not clear what exactly it was from the drawings. It turns out not to be a bell or a hood, but solid and flush metal with a threaded hole for the aerator. Only about a third of the aerator sticks out after installation, but it was installable by hand. The first installation of the escutcheon (which is optional, as you can leave it off, but maybe plumber's putty would be needed in that case) had one side off the counter. It turned out that there was a raised cover on one side making it thicker. I ended up cutting it off with a small hole saw on a drill press, being careful to stay away from the water sealing lip around the edge. The material is plastic, but pretty hard to remove. I thought that the cover might pop off, but it didn't seem the case. The faucet installs on one hole. The escutcheon will cover 3 holes, but there is no mounting through the 2 unused holes. This faucet comes with built-in supply tubes which are pretty long, maybe 2 feet or a bit more. The hold down to the counter is done with three bolts through the body of a thick nut which goes around the central threaded pipe which pushes up a metal washer against the bottom of the counter. This makes for much easier work under the sink. If needed, longer bolts with the same thread could probably be found at the hardware store for special cases like if your old hold-down washer resided in an inset hole. The central threaded pipe is amply long for thick counters, say 2.5 inches--the specs say 1.125 but that's for the side sprayer part only. The hold-down hardware does not take too much away from the usable length, although the escutcheon does raise the faucet higher and takes a bit away from the usable counter depth. For a standard installation, all the parts in the box are used, and there's nothing more to buy save plumber's tape (and maybe some plumber's putty if you're not using the escutcheon). This faucet is a bit taller and longer than the usual pullout. But if you don't like pullouts or sprays, give this faucet a look. Maybe the less reflective finish would make for a less obtrusive feeling, but then again, the morning sun glinting off chrome is also nice.
Date published: 2010-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We love our one piece spray faucet. The rubbed bronze moen one piece faucet was really easy to install and the sprayer can be used without removing it from the faucet, great for spraying veggies...we love it....thanks Dago
Date published: 2010-12-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from looks great with my granite counters. The ORB look was a little lighter than I anticipated--definately has more "bronze" showing through. i haven't had it installed long enough to know of problems but on looks alone I love it. Thought the price was fair compared to others I had looked at.
Date published: 2010-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Oil rubbed bronze faucet The faucet not only looks great but is very functional. We have the rubbed bronze throughout our house and now are adding granite countertops, new sink and faucet and this one is gorgeous!
Date published: 2010-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our lovely faucets We purchased our three unit faucets by a totally satisfactory telephone method. We could not find any thing as pretty and useful locally. All in all, we are very please with the product, price and delivery.
Date published: 2010-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome faucet! Looks great and works great! Excellent value.
Date published: 2009-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love the faucet! We love our Moen faucet! Its a great quality product and looks good too.
Date published: 2009-10-06
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Does the faucet swivel.

Asked by: Jmay
Hello Jmay and thank you for your interest in Moen products. The Moen 7825 Camerist Low Arc Kitchen faucet has a spout that swivels from side to side to allow for easy cleaning.
Answered by: Moen Consumer Services
Date published: 2019-04-16

What tool do I use to remove the aerator? I want to clean the aerator of the Camerist 7825!

Asked by: TidyKatie
Hello TidyKatie and thank you for your interest in Moen products. The Moen Camerist One-Handle Low Arc Kitchen Faucet has an aerator shell that is removed by turning it clockwise. You can use a wrench with a cloth or thick rubber band protecting the shell. If you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at 1-800-289-6636 or visit the "Contact Us" tab on to send us an email.
Answered by: Moen Consumer Services
Date published: 2018-11-14
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