Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 22
Rated 4 out of 5 by rebec filtered shower with design
The design and function was just excellent. It adds class to my shower! I would like the adjustments for the direction of the water to be easier. And a thinner stream of water might give it more power to the water as it sprays.
overall, very good product
November 28, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jackie2011 impossible to install
if you are a single woman and do not know anything mechanical -- forget about installing this showerhead...
all parts just fell apart and impossible to put it together.
Please note that all chrome color parts are not chrome, everything is lightweight plastic.
unfortunately, this shower with it's filter are useless, as I couldn't even install it. keep in mind, that I have no problems installing any other shower filter. this was the only problematic one...
November 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dootie Gets the Chlorine Out
We have hard city water that reeks of chlorine and dries out skin and hair especially in the winter. The Rain Shower Filter takes out the chlorine smell and the minerals and our hair and skin are no longer dry even now in January. The softness of the water is amazing and the showerhead is most enjoyable.The filters are easy to change too. My husband and I find the Rain Shower the next best thing to walking in a warm summer rain.
January 13, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by tinydancer Great shower filter
So far, so good. The filter has nice settings and emits lots of steam. My hair already feels softer!
December 12, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by LemurTech Make sure your plumbing has adequate pressure
It installs easily and looks great, and I prefer an overhead shower design to the spray-at-an-angle design. That being said, there must indeed be some powerful filtering going on, because our water pressure is drastically reduced. I suppose you could wax poetic about how it's like a gentle rain in some tropical spa, but the fact is, when it's a cold Winter morning this shower head is not really wide enough or strong enough (with our plumbing, at any rate) to give a satisfying experience... And we are not big people! Another 2-3 inches in diameter would have been better.
It's only been a month so I cannot really comment on whether we've noticed a difference using filtered water. It's a long-term commitment, I suppose. I wish I had a way of independently testing the filtration, or at least have some stats published by the (Chinese) company that makes it--or Gaiam, for that matter. But I have neither, so I just have to trust that it's doing something positive for our hair and skin.
November 26, 2010