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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on June 9, 2010
The main shower head itself and its removable hand unit are plastic. The main unit has very precise settings in that as you change the setting you can hear it click into place. The hand unit's adjustment is silent.

I found the pressure from the heads satisfactory, kind of visualize a garden hose adjusted for distance with the valve turned half way on. Or in other words, our shower is 46" (almost 4 feet)from wall to wall if you take the hand unit with the unit set so water is only comming out of it and place it flat on one wall by the time the water reaches the other wall it is approx hitting the wall 7" lower than where it started on the opposite wall. It starts to arch down about half way across.

When set for both the hand unit and the main unit to produce water, it is very comfortable but the water pressure from the hand unit shows a noticable decline leading me to believe that there is only one 2.5 GPM water restrictor in this unit, not 2 (like one in the hand unit and one in the main shower head as another reviewer may believe, I could be wrong on this, but I doubt it :-). We do live in a newer home (2 years old) with good water pressure, but even with that, don't expect anything like a sharp needle-like spray.

I mostly just have it set so the hand unit is producing water, so I have more control.
Removing the hand unit and putting it back is easy. Just don't force it down all the way when putting it back in it's holder. Leave it about 1/16 to 1/8" from all the way in, it holds fine, without any problem.

The stainless steel hose is the best I have seen or used, it is much more flexable than a standard vinyl or plastic hose and it does expand by simply pulling on it a little. Its normanl length is about 60".

I only gave it 4 stars because for the price I was really expecting it to be all metal, but then again if it was dropped it might break something if it was all metal. It apears to be a very high quality plastic in that on the hand unit you do not have a seam running the length of the unit showing where it was glued togeather like in the cheaper models.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2008
Upon moving into our new house we found out that not all showerheads are created equal. We wished we had taken the showerhead from the old house but it was too late. After attempting to drill out the original showerhead and a brand new one and destroying both, I did some research a came across this style. The EPA regulates shower heads at 2.5 gallons per minute or less to conserve water. (I'd like to ask them exactly how I'm conserving water as I'm standing there twice as long trying to get the soap out of my long thick hair.) Because this shower head is actually made up of two separate heads, you can run both at the same time if you wish to double the output. Thank God for American ingenuity!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 29, 2010
I'd hoped to have a shower head that matched the bathroom, allowed me a hand-held shower (a necessity in this household) and looked decent. This shower satisfies all of those needs. Only issue is that given our admittedly lower than optimum water pressure, the throughput of the shower leaves a bit to be desired. It's unclear how much of this is the shower head's water conserving design vs our local water pressure. I think that the shower head is well designed for both form and function (love the shutoff valves at different points) and it's a really nice addition to the bathroom, but I still miss the sharp needle sprays that come with other showers I've had in the past.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 25, 2010
Great product. Easy to install. Looks great. Very easy to take the hand held shower head out of the holder and to put it back. Don't worry about the shower head dropping out from the holder because the design won't allow it. Really enjoy taking showers nowadays. Love it. (By the way, I am not affiliated with the manufacturer.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 24, 2011
I ended up sending it back. It was very cheaply made..mostly plastic. When I connected it up, it had several leaks in various places around the head. I do not recommend this product at all.
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on December 7, 2011
We have purchased numerous shower heads and they always last only a short time as they get clogged. This one is easy to remove and empty the trap because the attachment to the wall is made of metal, not plastic so it can't get cross threaded. Another issue we have had with detachable shower heads is they often fall off (sometimes on your head) when you least expect it. This one will not do this-ever. It is impossible to fall by mistake. It is not easy to remove especially when new but I'd take this problem any day over having me or my child clunked on the noggin. Finally, the spray is a nice full one when used on the full setting and a hard spray for thick hair washing when you use that setting. We are very pleased with the extra money invested in this shower head.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 31, 2011
The thread for mounting the hose onto the base ( top end, not the wand ) could not be managed by me.

Giving them the benefit of it is me and not them ( design & Mfg. tolerances ), would not recommend this unit for the unsteady/old hands.

Had to return unit and try something else from local hardware.
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