If you are mounting the fixed wall portion on a stall shower, you need longer screws.They ship the door with 1 5/8" SS screws. The typical stall thickness is 1" and if you have sheet-rock behind it you'll only have an eighth of an inch into the stud. They also supply plastic molly's which I wouldn't recommend The door seems too heavy for the 4 screws that hold it. Also the door stop on the bottom is lower then the glass door, so if you push hard, the door will go past the stop
This is the best shower head I have ever had. The fact that I can adjust the one to avoid my hair is really great. I do not wash my hair daily and sometimes go to the salon to have it done and do not want my shower to wash a $35.00 hairdo out. A plastic cap would smash it. I have also found that it does not get that white build up of calcium like other shower heads do. We are moving soon so I purchased another to have it ready for my new address.
I bought the brushed nickel shower head. For the price, I am very pleased with the quality and how it looks. It isn't a $ shower head, but it also isn't cheap or flimsy and is better made than most of shower heads I looked at in the under-$-range. It is solid brass, with no plastic parts, and I expect it to last for a long time. It was easy to install. I just put teflon tape on the shower arm and screwed the shower head on. This is a watering can type shower head, so the water flow is spread out rather than focused and intense. I have it in a bathroom with antique fixtures, where it looks at home, but it would look just as nice in a modern bathroom.
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