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Old 08-09-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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I think many of us RVers tend to miss a good showerhead when we are in our RVs. Diplomat Don bragged about his shower head as one of his modifications when Sacs & I met him this past Easter vacation. Well...I finally broke down and bought the Oxygenics shower head at RVupgrades.. (The same fast and friendly service...My Thanks to everyone there!)
I can now understand why Diplomat Don was bragging about it. It seems to increase the water pressure without using more water. I love it because it also seems to rinse out my hair faster also.
Some of you may need to buy the extra bracket-depending on your shower set up. Diplomat Don needed it in his ...but we did not.

I cannot say enough good things about this product- Thank you Don & Mary for such a good reccommendation!


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Old 08-23-2008, 01:18 PM   #2
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exactly which shower head did you get there are couple types hand held and fixed
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exactly which shower head did you get there are couple types hand held and fixed
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Thanks sacsts apprecialte the comeback
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We installed the same one! It's really fantastic!
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We installed the same one as Sacs and can now dry camp at a construction site for four days with daily showers for four (Me, the wife and two adult daughters. I am the only one with short hair.) and get a decent shower while not filling the tank. That is not bad on a 54 gallon grey tank.
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I have to say that as far as my wife and I are concerned, this was the best extra investment we put into our MH. It works exactly as advertised.
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I'm excited about this. I don't have any hair on my head so I should really be set for daily showers!
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I purchased 2 when they first came out. One for my boat and one for the 35U. When I traded M/Hs, that one went with me. I tried the stock shower head for about a week and decided to go back to the good one.
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Does the shower head have a dial or button on it to shut off the water for doing navy showers??
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Bearman, it has a twist collar on the handle that can shut it off. But the amount of water it doesn't use is amazing!

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I just put it on my Christmas list that I give my wife (she gets my credit card to )
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Bearman...
INSIST on it..and order it yourself if it is not under the Christmas tree!!
You can see the "knob" to shut it off in this photo...


BUT Sacs went one step further and put the following button at the base..


IT works great!!


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The additional shut-off was installed because the dial does not completely shut off the flow of water, it just adjusts the flow.
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