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December 8, 2007

Water Saving Showerhead Review: Delta

Category: Conservation,Green Reviews,Household,Save Water,Take Actions,Tips – Tom Harrison – 6:03 pm

I purchased a Delta water saving 1.6 GPM shower head. It is not a good bet. See this good review at GreenGear, and I added a comment describing the painful needles that sting into your back and face. Ah, engineering at its finest. I’ll try something else and report back

5 Comments

  1. Thanks for your Comment Tom. You’re right I completely agree! It hurt like crazy using this product and I enjoy hard showers!

    Be on the lookout for a review of a showerhead we bought from Bricor! We love it! This one didn’t last a day in our house, might as well go out back and pinch the hose.

    Later!

    Comment by Zane from Green Gear — December 8, 2007 @ 6:33 pm

  2. […] was surprisingly good, providing a better shower but using 1/3 to 1/2 the water! It blows away the Delta low-flow shower head I reviewed last week; most efficient and much, much nicer. I am still curious about the Bricor […]

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  3. Purchased a Niagara 1.5 GPM Shower Head in a Save Water Kit at Home Depot– very impressed. Gives a nice shower; was inexpensive; 15 dollars or so.

    Comment by Michael — January 20, 2008 @ 3:19 pm

  4. Check out the Hansgrohe EcoAir 1.6 gpm shower head. Not bad at all– provided you aren’t picky about a fairly narrow diameter of spray. Temps are nice and the water is GENTLE, unlike the Delta model. Not too expensive, wither.

    Comment by GDKay — April 23, 2008 @ 6:55 pm

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