Rainfall Showerhead with Filter

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pH balances shower water while removing chlorine and other contaminants

Rainfall Showerhead with Filter

Item# 01-0567
$129.00
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Shower Falls Replacement Filter

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The Rainfall Showerhead's Filter uses a unique filter to pH balance your tap water while eliminating contaminants and harmful chlorine vapors. The filter's patented filtration system offers multiple health benefits while leaving your hair and skin silky smooth. Rainfall Showerhead with Filter has a 20" double extension arm, a 6" head for a spa-like waterfall experience, five spray settings and locking hinged joints to custom-adjust the height. Chrome-plated brass. Filter cartridge lasts 3 months or 10,000 gallons. China.

Rainfall Showerhead & Filter Features:
  • Unique filter pH balances water
  • Eliminates chlorine, dirt, sediment, iron oxide and odors
  • Leaves you feeling clean and refreshed
  • 20" double extension arm
  • 6" showerhead
  • 5 spray settings
  • Chrome-plated brass finish
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Product makes strange noise and doesnt flow It seems like the water pressure builds up and then hardly anything  comes out except this obnoxious "flubbing" noise (for lack of better phonetics) followed by shaking or vibrating in the pipes. I've used this showerhead in two different houses and both times it has had this result. Maybe I got a dud? January 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great shower head for cramped showers I own an older home and my upstairs bath ceiling is sloped so a normal shower curtain is not possible. I now have a curtain in the front of the shower and this head with its downward spray does not spray water out of the back of the shower, It is well made, well priced and fully and easily adjustable. The head itself can be tilted around and there are several different spray patterns. November 21, 2013
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What are the GPMs?

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The Rainfall Shower Head uses 2.5 Gallons Per Minute.
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There is a strange noise like a pressure build up and then a loud flubbing  sound (for lack of better words)  whenever I turn on the shower,
Alternately I tried it  at another friends house and it made the same sound,
Love this product just cant figure out how to make it stop.
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There should not be any pressure build up sound when using this item. I would recommend removing the shower head and checking the inside for any mineral build up. You may also try replacing the filter! If this does not help please contact Customer Care and we are happy to further assist! 800-482-3747
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5 spray settings

What are the spray settings?  The photo shows a wide spray, but does it also have  a spigot type flow?
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The spray settings for the Rainfall Showerhead does include a spigot flow!
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I am trying to decide which shower head is best for my needs.
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The filter is designed to remove the following:
•Free Chlorine (Cl-)
•Combined Chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite)
•Hydrogen Sulfide (rotten egg smell)
•Iron oxide (rust water)
•Dirt, sediment
•Odors
•Plus, its pH balanced

No specific numbers about the levels of chlorine removed were shared but the filter should ensure that your shower is chlorine-free ( trace amounts possible)
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I took the showerhead off to install new filter. It leaked before but really leaks now. Do you have an internal diagram that indicates where all the washers and parts go?
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Unfortunately we do not have a diagram. We can certainly exchange your unit for a new one however if it was leaky to begin with.
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