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Great Shower Head, Much Better Than The Alsons 655CBX Fluidics Water Saving Shower Head,
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I tried the Alsons 655CBX Fluidics Water Saving Shower Head shower head first. No one in the house liked it, even after we got used to it. Did not seem like there was enough water to really shower. Definitely can tell the difference between the Alsons 655CBX Fluidics Water Saving Shower Head water saving shower head and a 2.5 GPM shower head.
Tried the Niagara 1.50 GPM Low Flow Massage Shower head next. Much better. Got used to less water by the second shower. And it is much cheaper. It also has a much wider "swivel travel" when adjusting the direction of the shower water.
One advantage to both shower heads is that the water no longer pools in the bottom of the tub while a shower is being taken. Seems the old 2.5 GPM shower head was too much for the tub drain, and the new 1.5 GPM shower head is perfect.
Both shower heads took longer to adjust water temperature. So if it took 10 seconds after adjusting the hot water knob to affect a 2.5 GPM shower head, it took about 17 seconds to affect a 1.5 GPM shower head, so adjust your hot water knob slowly and give the shower head water time to adjust.