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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on January 22, 2013
we bought the 1.5 Niagara head due to the fact that we would run out of hot water rather quickly with the delta 2.5 head that we had..[We have a oil furnace that makes hot water for baseboard heat and shower, sinks etc..
well, problem was solved.. hot water galore.. I mean really hot to where I had to back it off instead of always turning it up.
anyways, wife liked it but said took a bit longer to rinse her very long hair. so, thought why not bump up a notch and see what 1.75 does...Very very surprised.. The hot water is still abundant but the water pressure is much stronger than I would have thought. yes, it is only 1/4 gpm More, but the difference in pressure is really noticable from the 1.5 model. [Had to check my invoice to make sure they sent a 1.75 head.] Still very little water going down the drain.
glad we switched.. and price is great.. and forget the Oxegenating type[ induces air into the head for stronger blast] but it cools the water just enough that u end up turning the hot water control up and up.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2010
Let me start by saying that I did NOT purchase this shower head. We live in HUD housing and maintenance installed this for us yesterday. With the shower head we had before, we pretty much could not take a shower--it used more water than taking a bath! The difference is amazing! Wonderful pressure and yet the tub was essentially empty throughout my entire shower. I am very pleased!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 25, 2012
OK, I know that's a long headline. But what can you say about a shower head that isn't a little wordy? Showers are an important quality of life element, and a bad shower head can unmake your day, if you know what I mean.

My problem was a small hot water heater, and an excellent non-low-flow showerhead from Speakman that allowed a torrent of hot water to come through unrestricted, depleting my meagre hot water supply too, too fast. But I love the spray quality of the Speakman - I've been using them for years. Nonetheless, something had to change. (And I'm not ready to buy a new hot water heater.)

So based on good reviews, I bought this showerhead. It does what it advertises - reduces the volume of water to 1.75 gallons per minute without a big loss of spray quality. Did I notice a change? Yes, a slight change. But the spray wasn't reduced to such an extent that it was more air than water - I didn't get cold. And it was plenty of volume and pressure to quickly rinse shampoo out of my hair. And I had a longer supply of hot water with no threat of a lukewarm end to a hot, satisfying shower. Good product.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 26, 2012
I was worried about saving water without hearing about it from my daughter. She normally showers until the hot water runs out. I switched to this shower head and she didn't even notice. My wife does though; now there's hot water for her shower.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 27, 2012
Very solid product - I use it in my rental houses. Easily changes spray mode and installs perfectly easily. Well made. Only thing keeping it from a "five start" is the construction is obviously chrome-plastic. However, that means there's less to rust ;) It's very lightweight though it appears to be made to last; time will tell (I have just been using it a week). I don't think I'd go less than 1.75 gallons per minute (they make 1 gpm, 1.25 gpm, 1.5 gpm, etc); however at 1.75 there is plenty of water and my wife with thick hair (male baldness is a blessing come shower time) says the water flow is perfectly fine for her to wash her hair. Nice product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 22, 2012
Our electric company handed out free Niagara 2.0 gpm showerheads as part of a conservation promotion. I loved it after just one shower and was amazed that it was low flow. It produced such a great shower that I bought a Niagara 1.75 gpm (to conserve more water) for myself and moved the 2.0 gpm into the bathroom of my fussier teenaged daughter. Even she loves it! The spray produces a wide, even pattern with very satisfying pressure; enormously better than our previous showerheads. If my house had another shower I'd try going lower with the 1.50 gpm.

The water pressure in my house is average at best, but you'd think it was better based on these showerheads. I was so happy with them that I bought more to give to family members to use in their homes. Mine are about 2 years old and both have been problem free.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 9, 2013
I tried 5 inexpensive showerheads before I got this one. I saw no reason to spend big bucks on such a simple item. How hard could it be to make a decent showerhead? All of the others I tried were 2.5 gpm heads. I found their waterflow to be weak and unsatisfying. I even tried removing the restrictors where I could. It helped, but not much. I tried this 1.75 gpm head just for the heck of it. This one is a winner! It has a decent flow and it doesn't empty my water heater. Don't waste your time and money. This is the only inexpensive head that comes anywhere near doing the job.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 15, 2012
Purchased because our other shower head was producing 4.6 gallons per minute. This one does as it says, right around 1.75 per minute. There is a noticeable difference, but after about 4-6 showers, it becomes normal. Pressure is fine, stream is just not as strong. Installation took all of 2 minutes. Has enough tension in the swivel to stay where it's pointed, as opposed to just falling down after maneuvering it. Can pretty much guarantee it pays for itself after 1 water bill cycle, as least in my case.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 29, 2014
Only one setting has high pressure and it sends a few jets out at angles that are too wide. The other settings dont have enough pressure to use them. Unless you have high water pressure in your house go with the Delta Faucet 75152 Water Amplifying Adjustable Showerhead instead - it was the best after trying 8 different low flow high pressure shower heads.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 15, 2014
We've had this about four months now and I love it. It looks great, works great, has great pressure, saves water. Love it! The wife is so-so on it. She likes a little more water coming out. This is specifically designed to use less water so although the pressure is great the streams are thinner. She says it takes a little longer to get the shampoo out of her hair with it. Think she has gotten used to it though over the months. Yes, you will notice a difference using less water with this shower head, but it honestly isn't too bad. I never change it off the primary setting though, the pulsating massage spray is kind of a joke. I'd probably give it a 4 1/2 star rating, my wife would probably give it a 3 1/2 star rating, hence the 4 star overall. For the price it is well worth it and as a bonus we haven't run out of hot water since we've started using it. Don't know if I would go with the lower gpm rated ones though.
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