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Although this showerhead is pretty cheap, it provides very good water pressure, even if water pressure at your home is not very strong to begin with. Chrome finish with rubber nozzles looks good and is easy to clean. The three different spray modes may seem excessive to some, but it really adds to the user experience once you get used to it. See More
There are three spray patterns you can choose from: the full body spray is the traditional shower; the refreshing spray imitates rain with a soft, diffused stream; and the massage mode provides a narrow water stream with varying pressure that massages your body. See More
There are four distinct spray modes that will make your showers more interesting and enjoyable. Besides the conventional full body spray, there is the softer, rain-like refreshing spray; the more powerful invigorating spray that will be extra useful for people with long, thick hair; and the massage spray with varying water pressure that massages your body. See More
Especially if you have hard water at home, residue will start to accumulate inside the showerhead. The sharp corners in the shower arm cause water to collect there, which may cause mold to grow. As an owner of this showerhead, you would be advised to pay a lot of attention to maintenance - drain and clean it regularly. See More
Together with the shower arm, the total height of the showerhead has a range of 18 inches up or down. Accounting for the height you install it on, both taller and shorter people in your household should be able to use it comfortably. See More
There are two swivel joints that connect the showerhead, the shower arm, and the pipe. This means that there are two potential points where leaking could start. To avoid that, joints could be tightened with pliers. If you tighten the joints too much, however, it will become much harder to adjust the height of the shower arm. See More
The showerhead is 8-inches wide, so it requires quite a lot of clearance not to hit the walls and ceiling. Keep in mind that it doesn't rotate, but can swivel from side to side. On the one hand, it adds to convenience but also increases the risk to accidentally damage it. See More
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