|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 7.9 x 4.1 inches|
|Item model number||004002506|
Lightinthebox Ceiling Mount 8 Inch 7 Colors Changing Led Contemporary Shower Faucet Head Without Shower Arm Square Fixed Shower Head Water Flow Powered No Battery Needed Lavatory Bathroom Fixtures Faucet
|Price:||$29.99 + $1.88 shipping|
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-> Colors: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue, Purple. > The combinations of colors change randomly per second.:0
-Showerhead Material:A Grade ABS Plastic,
-Showerhead Dimension:200 x 200mm (7.87 x 7.87"),
-LED Power Source:Water Flow,
-Net Weight (kg):0.62,
-Shipping Weight (kg):0.833,
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The seller contacted me and offered to send me a new one. I should be receiving it in a week or so. I was very pleased that the seller wanted to fix the problem. If the unit performs well I will definitely update my rating.
Seller mailed two repair kits to rectify the situation which kinda threw me as I was expecting a new shower head. All in all, great service. Shipping took a little long because the repair kits came from out of the U.S. but great service none the less.
Then you have the matter of weight. It is very heavy. Which is great, it is made of heavy duty material, real metal and solid plexiglass, this is why I bought it. BUT. If you planned on hooking another arm to your existing arm in order to get it taller, forget it. It is so heavy, the arms just can't hold it up. You need a long, heavy duty,metal adjustable arm, so that means replacing the one that came with your existing shower panel if it isn't a monster already. I can't get the original arm off my shower panel easily because it is integrated inside it, so I just left it on and attached the new head directly to it. It gets it just barely high enough to clear my husband's head. But hey, it's really solid made, and being crazy heavy is just a residual.
NOW, we get to the water flow. I believe it stated that it was 2.5 gallon per minute flow, so I figured it would be fine. But it is not fine. I took it apart looking for a re-stricter to take out or bore out, and the problem is the LED unit inside. The three holes in the top of it that let water through are tiny. I can't bore through or it will wreck the LED unit. So, I just waited for the verdict from my husband, and this morning after his shower, he asked me to take it out and put something else in. I guess he had to use the hand sprayer just to get the shampoo out of his hair. I thought maybe it was just me being overly critical, but apparently not. If you are into low or moderate water pressure, than it would be fine. I have sick water pressure at my house, and cannot access it with this shower head.
So, overall this thing is beautiful but flawed. But I would put it in a spare or guest bathroom. I am going to leave it in a few more days to see if somehow he could get used to the lack of water pressure (yeah, right). I just went and used it again just now, and it is so incredibly pretty that I would just leave it in there if he wasn't complaining.
I don't know if a more expensive LED shower head would be any better, but I suspect not. I took the LED unit attached to my kitchen faucet apart the other day and it was also very restricting. The technology maybe just isn't there yet, if it needs to restrict the water that much in order to get the lights to go on.
I'm going to go to Walmart and get him one of those big crappy rainshower heads that spew alot of unrestricted water but that splits into two pieces in 4 to 6 months. He has been through 2 of those already. Oh well.