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Old 04-16-2013, 07:29 PM   #1
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shower head replacement?

Hey, gonna replace my shower head in my MH--what is best, and where to get it?---Vince
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The best is the one that you like and remember it does NOT have to be an RV one so you could go to Lowe's or Home Depot or where ever and get the one that you like. Lowe's and Home Depot also sell something that will connect onto the shower head that will allow you to temp turn off the water while you shower.
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Oxygenics! Hard to believe the water pressure they put out! Most likely better than the ones in my sticks and bricks!
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Old 04-17-2013, 08:18 AM   #5
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I put an oxygenics shower head in our rig and DW loves it. Oxygenics 130-XLF25 BodySpa SkinCare Handheld Shower, Chrome - Amazon.com
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X4. Had it for three years. Great showers.
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Oxygenics has the best for water pressure in an rv. Check out Amazon for best price.
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The Oxygenics I ordered from rvupgrades.com arrived today. I ordered it based on so many positive reviews both on the Amazon site and many blogs. The instant off/on button that facilitates "Navy showers" was also a big plus. Shutting off the water to lather up and then re-adjusting the temp is no fun! The Oxygenics allows you to stop the flow with a push of a button and resume the same temp blend with another push of the button.
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Oxygenics!

Had one for about 2 years and love it.

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"...Start w/THIS thread."

... And END with the Oxygenics... We have one in the coach and now my wife wants one in the Park Model; the link will explain why.
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Camco has an inexpensive, 5 mode shower head that has an on/off thumb slide that can be purchased at Amazon or available at any Camping World. I bought one for my Newmar MACA and it works fine. Saves precious hot water.
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Hey, gonna replace my shower head in my MH--what is best, and where to get it?---Vince
Just installed the Oxygenics. Took approximately 1.3 seconds to install. I thought there was something fake about the claim that it increases the water pressure, but somehow it does. I can't explain it, but with the original shower head I had the faucets full-on and had a typical, anemic RV shower flow. Now, with the faucets half-on, it feels just like the shower at home. Go figure. I hate to sound like a groupie, but everything people say about the Oxygenics head is true.

I got mine at amazon.com, good price and (with prime membership) free two-day delivery.

One other comment: mine does not have an on/off button, although apparently some units do. Mine has a twist connector that reduces the flow to a trickle, but doesn't stop it entirely. Works fine for "Navy showers," and the minimal flow is enough so that there's no change in temperature when going back to full-flow.
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Take a look at post #33 on this thread.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f52/oxyge...-123530-3.html
That's the on/off button I added. That twist on/off one that comes standard doesn't cut it with soapy hands.
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Oxygenics! Hard to believe the water pressure they put out! Most likely better than the ones in my sticks and bricks!
X10! Wouldn't give up my Oxygenics for anything...
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