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Water Saver Shower Head

4.6 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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Showerhead Replacement

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  • Installing 1 customer-supplied showerhead
  • Removing your existing showerhead
  • Mounting and sealing new showerhead onto arm
  • Unit test and clean up

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  • Installing 1 customer-supplied showerhead
  • Removing your existing showerhead
  • Mounting and sealing new showerhead onto arm
  • Unit test and clean up
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  • Kick back and only pay when the job is done
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Color Chrome Chrome Chrome Chrome
Dimensions 2 inches x 3.5 inches x 2 inches 4.13 inches x 2.69 inches x 2.69 inches 3 inches x 1 inches x 2 inches 1 inches x 2.5 inches x 1 inches
Item Package Weight 0.15 pounds 0.2 pounds 0.3 pounds 0.1 pounds
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shower head

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Technical Details

Part Number WS003
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.5 x 2 x 2 inches
Item model number WS003
Color Chrome
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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ASIN B000FVU3WE
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #183,092 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#706 in Home Improvement > Kitchen & Bath Fixtures > Bathroom Fixtures > Bathtub Faucets & Showerheads > Showerheads > Fixed Showerheads
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available December 7, 2006

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Excellent shower head replacement. Don't let the size scare you off, this little guy puts out a great stream of water, while saving water at the same time. Can also save more water by pushing the little button and temporarily cutting off the water while your soaping, etc. Easy to attach (remember to use some Teflon tape); don't over-tighten. You and your pocketbook will be happy.
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This looks almost identical to a product I purchased from Wal-Mart (but it was under $6, so maybe you should buy it there). It may take a week or two to get used to it, but after that you won't want anything else: high pressure, low water consumption. I always run mine at half-volume, so I'm using probably about 1.25gpm. If you really want to save water, you can easily switch it almost completely off while you aren't rinsing, saving even more water. The instantly adjustable, variable pressure is just fantastic: once you have the temperature you want, you control the pressure separately.

Pros:
Energy efficient
Durable (take care of it and it will last for decades)

Cons:
No "massage" or "pulse" features, if you're into that
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It's a classic and original design. It was sturdy, worked well, and is still in production. One might call this the first water saving shower head. It's cheap, effective, and comfortable. Details below.

My family bought this showerhead before I was born. It lasted what I'm estimating is over two decades before the washer wore out and it started leaking at the pivot point. This was no big deal for the first few years but we replaced it with another of the same model eventually. We have extremely hard water (so hard that our pipes block with crystals) and the holes the water pours through get clogged, causing the water beads to get smaller. At that time I clean this showerhead with a needle and some vinegar and it's as good as new for another two years. Takes me 2 minutes. If you live in an area with average water this should last many years without buildup and many decades if you clean it once a year for two minutes if it gets blocked. Also, if you are lazy and have hard water, it is entirely metal besides the washer. You can soak it in vinegar for a day or whatever.
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If the water pressure varies between your hot water line and cold water line, while you 'shut the water off' at the shower head, one temperature of water will back up into the other line. So, if your cold water pressure is higher than your hot water pressure, when you turn the water back on at the shower head you'll get a quick flash of ice cold water. Very awakening!!!! And of course the reverse is true, if your hot water is at a higher pressure than the cold water, you'll get a quick flash of scalding hot water. Just be careful and check to see what will happen before you subject yourself to it. Some will tell you that your water pressure is always the same because it originates at the same intake pipe into your home, but for some reason, my hot water overpowers the cold and I get a short (perhaps six to ten seconds) flash of red hot water any time I turn the water off at the shower head. neadless to say, I never do that anymore! At my mom's house, it's the reverse, the cold water takes over. I can't explain why, it just happens.
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This is the best shower head ever. We just remodeled our bathroom and I bought 2 different shower heads in dark brown and oil rubbed bronze. They were terrible. I am now painting the shower head to match our bathroom and I pray that it works.

W. Laubenheimer
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