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Used few other ones and this one seem to work the best. It actually surprised me on how well it worked in a low pressure water flow.
This is the best shower head I've ever used. Great pressure, looks clean and modern. Saves water. It's a really good buy.
I had this same showerhead, but the non-efficient version. Loved it...but because of Title 20 rules, we can no longer get that flow-rate here in California I guess. This one feels almost the same! Awesome water pressure, and saves water. Good price too, compared to other similar ones. Bought one for every bathroom in my house...will recommend to everyone I know too. Love it!
with fancier shower heads, it occurs to me that I rarely used their flow adjusters, so why pay for a doodad? With this Delta model, I'm happy with the fixed flow. Reasonable cost and good water stream.
This unit replaces an Alsons which was the precursor to this Delta unit. I love the way it feels when showering, and it helps cut down on the water bill.
Great coverage pattern leaving no "empty" zone. An absolutely heavy-summer-rain feel to the decidedly large drops which this shower head consistently supplies. It is all plastic construction but of heavy enough material to be solid and performed well enough to fool the eye.Just purchased another for a second bath.
Excellent low flow shower head. Feels like plenty of water. Good dispersal and pressure/volume. You won't be disappointed!
I like the soft rainfall effect. I've had it for a few months now and it still works well.
For water saving devices, I currently own Waterpik, Niagara Conservation, Speakman as well as American standard ones. Most of them has failed in some form or another, most common complaints (from me of course) would be that they pressurised the shower head and the water coming out becomes so fine it's like needle piercing your skin kind of sensation..Also: in order to conserve water, they make the water stream so fine that they lose heat considerably (finer stream uses less water, at a cost of high water temp to compensate).I received this Delta H2Okinetic via mail today..so I pull off my Waterpik, installed it and took a shower with it... Surprise! water pattern is much wider than the waterpik I have, and the water droplets are much bigger and better distributed than that of those "pressurised, fine stream" type of water conservation heads. Also: I don't have to crank the tap up for more heat to compensate for the heat loss with those from Waterpik, AS, etc. shower heads.The droplets from this Delta is big, and big pattern from such small head also.My conclusion is that this Delta design works as per their technical description...and will save money in terms of water conservation and hot water bill.Q.
This is a very nice shower head. The water kind of pulsates out of it giving it kind of a massaging feel and doesn't allow hard deposits to inhibit the flow. used a bit of plumbers tape when installing and it hasn't had a leak. Very Nice!
Our shower heads were like torrents of rain, which is great except our water bill is already super high. Bought these bad boys, and not only are we saving a little money, but the downpour isn't bad!