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MANUFACTURER PRODUCT DETAILS
-LED Showerhead is powered by running water, no batteries.
-Giant 10 inch LED Rainfall Shower Head with Reflective Chrome Face and LED Perimeter Rim.
-Built-in Advanced 3-color-changing Water Temperature Sensor.
-Solid Brass Ball Joint.
-Elegant Arch-design Height-Adjustable Extension Arm is also included.
-Extra-long 15 Inch arm length provides 3 ft. vertical movement range.
-Large wing nut with brass inserts for easy and reliable hand tightening.
-Color of LED lights changes automatically according to water temperature:
BLUE - Cool under 95F (35C),
GREEN - Warm 95-108F (35-42C),
RED - Hot 109-122F (43-50C),
FLASHING RED - Warning Hot over 122F (50C)
-LED lights have long life of 100,000 hours (10+ years of heavy daily use).
-Connects in minutes without tools.
-1-year Limited Warranty.
The shower head in my children's bathroom really needed to be upgraded, so I welcomed the opportunity to try HotelSpa's 10" Rainfall Color Changing LED Shower Head with Extension Arm. I've seen shower heads with LED lights and the rainfall type of sprays for a while, but none was as intriguing as this one. It comes in just three pieces and literally took me about 2 minutes to assemble it. No tools required. The hardest part of the whole process was removing the old shower head.
Depending on the temperature of the water, the LED light changes from Blue (cold), Green (warm), Red (hot) and Blinking Red (are you trying to burn yourself?). The shower head is adjustable. You can tilt or angle it in the direction you desire and for people like me who prefer a harsh water fall, you don't lose water pressure with this. More importantly, no leaking.
This is a great option for guest bathrooms or bathrooms where you don't require much movement. One thing for prospective buyers to consider is cleaning. In my master bathroom, the roman tub and shower are separate. The floor tiles in shower are small, so for cleaning purposes a shower head that can be detached is necessary. In my kids bathroom, the shower and tub are together, so it's easy to clean and I do not need to have a shower head that can be detached in order to get it spotless.
My kids couldn't wait to take their showers! They actually argued over who goes first.