|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 4 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||CQ-1000-NH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Flow Rate||2.5 GPM|
Rainshow'r CQ-1000-NH Dechlorinating Shower Filter
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NSF Certified Performance. The CQ1000 Dechlorinating Shower Filter. Stop showering in chlorine! * Healthier, younger looking skin * Softer, more manageable hair * Reduces fading of color treated-hair * Relief from dry skin and scalp * Improved lathering and sudsing * Removes 90% or more of free chlorine * Great for those with Chlorine sensitivity * NSF Certified Quality Construction: Brass threads are standard on all CQ1000 products
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NSF Certified Performance. The CQ1000 Dechlorinating Shower Filter. Stop showering in chlorine! Healthier, younger looking skin. Softer, more manageable hair. Reduces fading of color treated-hair. Relief from dry skin and scalp. Improved lathering and sudsing. Removes 90% or more of free chlorine. Great for those with Chlorine sensitivity. NSF Certified Quality Construction: Brass threads are standard on all CQ1000 products
Top customer reviews
I've swapped it in and out with several different shower heads and honestly can't detect a flow difference with pressure. I always test shower heads with and without and if there were reduced pressure I would get something else.
Just be sure to tape up the pipe threads and replace the filter once a year (1 person) or 6/8 months for 2 people.
The only downside is the center rubber gasket will not last too may filter swaps.
Be very careful with it and you'll be alright.
I replaced mine with a strip of mini rca audio cable and it's been rock solid ever since.
Final note I almost forgot: Make sure you have enough headroom in your shower.