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Recent Customer Reviews in Showerheads

  • Jun 18, 2014

    drsouthflorida  from South Florida, Rating:5.0

    A well constructed showerhead and a welcome replacement for the one I purchased from a big box store that was made entirely of plastic.

  • Great Shower Head

    Oct 21, 2014

    thesharp1  from Cleveland, TN, Rating:5.0

    the shower head duo was /is easy to install and the shower heads are WONDERFUL!

  • Nov 16, 2014

    fashonista11  from MD, Rating:4.0

    The shower head is beautiful and stylish. Fits perfectly with contemporary style I have. The only issue I have is the water pressure is low with this shower head. However everyone love the style so I am keeping it.

  • Nov 30, 2014

    maggie87114  from New Mexico, Rating:5.0

    The bathroom had the most basic shower and I think it may also have had a water restricter. I missed my luxury spa shower at my prior home and so I did some research and found this under $*** unusual rain shower head plus optional hand shower with a choice of 5 different water jets. It was very easy to install and I love the fact that the U shaped head expands further into the tub therefore giving you more space to move under the water. You can utilize just the rain shower head or combine both the head and the hand shower together (this is the option I enjoy most). Happy bubbles!

  • DIfficult to install

    Jul 29, 2014

    hugejay44  from Phoenix, AZ, Rating:2.0

    This down rod looks great and is made of high quality materials with a good looking and what looks like a durable oil rubbed bronze finish. However, the escutcheon (flange that mounts against the ceiling) is fixed. How exactly are you supposed to tighten that against the ceiling? The only way is to move the female "90 L" the arm attaches to inside the ceiling to the exact right height. Which either requires you to be very lucky and just adjust it with Teflon tape or move plumbing (which, even in my case required a plumber). Make sure the one you buy has a sliding escutcheon unless you are rebuilding your shower and have this beforehand to set the correct depth.

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