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- 2.0 gallon per minute rate saves 20% in water usage when compared to standard handheld showerheads
- 72-inch, tangle-free hose with non-removable flow compensato
- 9-jet turbo massage: settings from forceful to gentle
- Non-aerating spray means less temperate loss with maximum energy savings
- Self-cleaning and maintenance-free
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Niagara Conservation showering products are highly efficient and affordable while also helping you conserve water and energy in your home through our highly efficient flow rates. All Niagara Conservation showering products are equipped with a patented internal pressure compensator which enables a consistent output and flow of water regardless of available water pressure. Niagara Conservation products are preferred by professionals and consumers alike because of their ability to conserve energy and water without sacrificing quality or performance.
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Some of the details of my new love affair:
1) The entire product is chrome, unlike many showerheads that have black or white or gray plastic on the handle or the arm support. (OK, I know that technically it isn't chrome, because chrome is a metal, and much of this is plastic*. But you know what I mean.) On the face of the showerhead there's a tiny gray ring, but it's so subtle that it's almost invisible.
2) The hose is metal, extremely flexible, and a full 6' long. Many handhelds come with 5' hoses, and that extra 1' does make a difference, especially in a full-size tub.
3) The slot in the bracket that holds the showerhead is oval-shaped, which means the showerhead won't accidentally twist left or right due to the force of the water -- thus getting water all over your bathroom floor. You can still adjust the spray left or right via the ball joint -- but that is relatively stiff, and it won't wander by itself.
4) The spray adjustment is infinitely variable. I.e., instead of definite clicks for preset options decided by the manufacturer (rather than you), the face of this showerhead rotates seamlessly 270° to provide the mix and tingle that you want. E.g., if the fully-counterclockwise position is too forceful for you, just twist the head 10° (or 8° or 13° or whatever) counterclockwise, and it will soften. Twist it fully counterclockwise, you'll get full massage. Twist it back a bit clockwise, and you'll get some regular spray mixed with the massage. This is so obviously superior (imho) to 4 or 5 or 7 presets, it's just laughable.
5) As many others have mentioned, price: This is a great-looking, wonderfully-performing handheld showerhead at 1/2 or 1/4 the price of others out there. I've tried several of those, and this one's better.
*PS: It's worth noting that while the showerhead and bracket are plastic, the coupling that screws onto your shower arm is metal -- which is a good thing, because that's the part most likely to crack (usually due to over-enthusiastic tightening).
My very first one 5 years ago developed a dribble problem after a couple years, but they were redesigned to prevent that, and all the others are still going without any issues.
2.0gpm sounds high, but at 30psi with valves wide open, I only collected a bit over 1 gallon of water in 1 min. Of course the other models in the product family limit that to even less still, but this one is currently just one THIRD the price of the 1.5gpm hand held. In fact it has a very low minimum flow: On the "9-jet" pulsating setting, turned down until just before it trickles and no longer sprays properly, it used just 0.17GPM. That may sound trivial, but if water is limited or heating it is particularly expensive (common concerns with RVers), that can matter a great deal to you.
I decided to modify mine for lower-flow. The "non-removable flow compensator" is a little black rubber piece right where the shower head attaches to the hose, just under the conical plastic strainer you can see inside. It's a little tricky to remove the strainer without damaging it, but then the rest is trivial. It works perfectly with the flow limiter out of the 1.25GPM shower head. But it is only just barely lower-flow, while I wanted to go further.
I realized I had a couple spare 0.5GPM limiters from my Niagara sink faucet aerators, and decided to give it a try. Sure enough, it seriously reduced the water flow... That worked well enough on the "9-jet turbo massage" pulsating setting, but the other "needle spray" setting was partially dribbling out, so I had to back off the water savings a bit.
I drilled a second, slightly smaller hole in my 0.5GPM limiter and ended up with 0.65GPM, which works very well on both shower settings. Drilling is a bit difficult and in retrospect I could have just used Permatex "Gasket Maker" to completely fill-in one or two of the three holes in this 2GPM limiter, then letting it set overnight. Either way, you save quite a bit of money buying this 2GPM model (instead of their 1.5GPM handheld unit), and then modifying it to whatever flow rate you want.
ok, its been one year, all the shower heads I bought last year are still running perfect! still loving them. nothing broke or clogged and each shower gets used at least once per day. I really love the long flexible cord. helps to clean the other side of the tub wall in shower tubs!
as others have said this is not a full metal shower head but its not that cheap either. you do have to hand tighten it, you dont want to crack the plastic parts, but it goes on very easy. I always use the white tape when I put on a new head and this helps to not over tighten too. it hangs very nicely as the cord is metal and very flexible with enough weight to keep it down. the shower sprays out very well I get a nice pressure to it. I like these type shower heads because they make cleaning the shower so easy- you can rinse down the walls with it! this is very handy and I am going to get more for the other showers in the bathtubs.
no problems after 4 yrs of use!
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