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American Standard 1660.717.002 Flowise 3 Function Water-Saving Showerhead, Chrome

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  • Utilizes exclusive turbine technology for invigorating shower while saving water
  • Three spray functions: turbine, full, or combination
  • Auto-return feature reverts back to 1.5-gpm flow
  • Up to 40 percent in water savings
  • Angle-adjustable showerhead
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Color: Chrome
Technical Details
Part Number 1660.717.002
Product Dimensions6.7 x 6.7 x 6.6 inches
Item model number1660.717.002
ColorChrome
StyleTransitional
FinishPolished Chrome
MaterialMetal
Installation MethodWall Mounted
Item Package Quantity1
Flow Rate 2 GPM
Water Consumption 2 GPF
CertificationWaterSense
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty
  
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ASINB00125V740
Best Sellers Rank #11,210 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 1, 2007
  
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Color: Chrome

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American Standard FloWise 3 Function Water-Saving Showerhead

Less water. More performance. How refreshing! FloWise showerheads use American Standard's exclusive turbine technology to deliver an invigorating shower experience while saving water. These innovative heads can save a family up to 8,000 gallons of water a year.

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Choose from three distinct experiences: turbine spray, full spray, and combination spray.

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Don't Give Up a Great Shower to Save Water

The FloWise 3 Transitional Function Water-Saving Showerhead saves water, energy, and money--all while delivering an enjoyable shower. Bathrooms account for 75 percent of indoor water use, and showers are the third largest source of water waste. A family of four can save 8,000 gallons of water a year with the FloWise showerhead.mance.

Perfect for LEED-certified projects, FlowWise showerheads are covered by a lifetime warranty on function and finish.

Turbine Technology

FloWise puts a new spin on water conservation with an invigorating shower experience that uses up to 40 percent less water. First, water becomes pressurized as it flows into a small chamber. Then, the turbine (water wheel) spins the pressurized water, adding to the force. Finally, the showerhead disperses the water evenly, creating an energizing flow that feels refreshing.

Three Ways to Enjoy Conserving Water

This three-function showerhead lets you decide when and how much you want to save. Choose from three distinct shower experiences that conserve water and energy without sacrificing comfort: turbine spray, full spray, and combination spray. A fully adjustable spray angle adapts to your individual height and body position.

Easy to use, FloWise 3 has an exclusive auto-return feature that reverts back to the 1.5-gpm flow every time you turn off the shower. This means you'll always start with maximum water savings--40 percent over standard 2.5-gpm showerheads.

About American Standard Brands

American Standard Brands give you performance and style in every product. With new lines of consumer design-driven selections, coordinated offerings that match American Standard Chinaware collections and styles, as well as exclusive performance features that eliminate leaks, reduce installation time, save water, and add durability and dependability, American Standard products are the choice to improve your home.

What's in the Box

FloWise 3 Transitional Function Water-Saving Showerhead.

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FloWise 3 Function Water-Saving Showerhead At a Glance:

  • Up to 40% water savings
  • Turbine spray option offers 1.5-gpm max flow rate
  • Full spray option offers 2.0-gpm max flow rate
  • Combination spray option offers 2.0-gpm max flow rate
  • Auto return feature defaults at 1.5 gpm
  • Angle adjustable

Customer Reviews

Very good with water conservation yet still feels like a good powerful shower.
RC
This is a great shower head and provide more than enough water pressure on the water saving setting.
ogiebobo
The turbine like feature sprays water out evenly and continuously at the same pressure set.
BWenz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Soupp on October 19, 2008
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
I first saw the flowise in a TV documentary about energy consumption and things alike. After trying a few of the lo-flow showerheads in my house (mostly because my wife likes the water really hot - and she would run out of hot water before the end of her shower) we were making do with them (we have 3 full bathrooms) - they weren't bad, but they weren't good either. FloWise is definitively a step up. Even in the "mix mode", it is still 2gpm, which is great. But the savings mode is good enough for a pleasure shower - and we now have enough left over hot water so I can shower right after her, if I want to - impossible to do before. I love the fact that once you turn the mix mode on (2gpm), it will automatically revert to 1.5gpm after you turn off the water - which is great, because she showers on 1.5, I shower on 2.0 (I use half the hot water she uses) - we would definitively forget to put it back, and she would probably end up with "warm water" at the end of her shower...
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Joe B on October 19, 2008
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
I saw this shower-head on The History Channel. It replaces a shower head that used about 4 gallons a minute. I love the Flow-Wise as it uses so much less water. I save money on the water bill, the sewer bill, and the natural gas bill (used to heat the water) I should have gotten it months ago!!!! EDIT: I've had this installed for about 5 years now, and it still works well with no issues whatsoever.
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110 of 126 people found the following review helpful By csaba2000 on January 12, 2010
Color Name: Polished Brass
We got a polished brass and a satin version of this showerhead for our parents for Christmas. The showerhead seems huge to me - my hands are not large, but this is twice the size of my fist. For that hugeness and the price, I was expecting that there would also be an analog adjustment of the water stream, but there is not. There are exactly three settings: one saver setting, and two full flow settings.

My brother installed the first one using a white plumber's(?) tape to ensure a good seal on the pipe. The base setting is the water saver setting. I measured the water flow by seeing how long it took to fill up a large pot, and it was around 40 seconds. The other two settings took about 30 seconds each. This reflects the 1.5 vs. 2 gpm flow that others have quoted. At first it seemed odd that the shower wouldn't retain an arbitrary setting, but it does make sense if one thinks about it from a water savings point of view. In other words, if you want a fuller water flow, you have to adjust for that on each shower. I'm not hugely picky in my shower flow preferences, and I thought all the flows were fine. I have been using the first two settings depending on my mood.

What I cannot fathom, though, is the customer support. Firstly, the box that the showerhead comes in contains (1) the showerhead (2) a small white plastic tepee like filter (ie. conical with a washer like portion at the larger end) (3) a single sheet of paper with a customer support number. There is no drawing, no instruction page or manual, and nothing extolling the virtues of the showerhead. In particular, there is nothing to say or indicate in which direction the filter should go. And it could fit into the showerhead in one of two ways. I'm not a plumbing kind of a guy.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Meyer on February 27, 2011
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
I got this Flowise shower head about a week ago to replace a traditional one that wasted too much water. I was afraid that a low-flow head wouldn't feel nearly as good as a traditional head due to reduced pressure. The Flowise head proved otherwise, at least in one of the modes:

The turbine mode is the one the shower head defaults to when you turn off the water. It saves the most water by mixing the water with air. This is supposed to feel like a traditional spray, but it really doesn't. The mixing cools down the water significantly, so you have to increase the temperature of the water. Using more hot water just wastes energy. The turbine action chops up the water which makes it feel like you are being scratched. The water all turns to mist by the time it reaches the bottom of the tub and I can't even feel it on my feet. I don't use this mode.

The combination mode turn turns on both the turbine and the sprayer nozzles. When you do this there isn't enough flow to keep up the pressure that I desire, but it delivers the most water. Some people may like this mode, but I don't use it. Suggestion for improvement: only turn on one of the spray rings on this mode.

The last mode turns on just the sprayer nozzles and feels the best. It uses more water than the turbine, but still saves enough to be low-flow. The spray feels just like a traditional shower head, and is the mode I use every day.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia S. Martin on February 19, 2011
Color Name: Chrome Verified Purchase
We live in a three story townhome. I never thought of our water pressure as being poor here, but I purchased this showerhead (due to stellar reviews on Consumer Reports) and discovered that our water pressure is totally inadequate for this product to function on the second and third settings. I thought the first we ordered was defective, only to recieve a second with the same issue. I called American Standard and discovered that indeed our water pressure was the issue. I went as far as increasing our water pressure at the mains in our utility closet, not terribly high, but probably a full 8 turns to the right on the restrictor screw- these work conversely to what you might think- screwing tighter clockwise provides more pressure. It was enough to make an immediate difference at the kitchen sink and other places. I tried this showerhead again and the settings would then hold but the central area still came out as a sputtering half-dribble. Do not waste your money. I am going with a Speakman product instead. Also- this thing looks like a monster out of the box- I had a bad feeling right away, and regettably, this was a Valentine's present to my husband who takes regular 15-20 min showers daily and it was a complete bust... Frown.
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