You got to admit that most blue collar families are not going to go out and spend 500 dollars or more for a showerhead. But if you’re like me, there’s something really intriguing about a showerhead that cost that much in fact; it makes you want to read more about them. Who knows maybe someday I’ll be I might break down just buy one–––not a chance. One thing we know for sure most if not all homes have showers and we all frequently use them or at least we should. As I was completing some research on low flow shower heads, I noticed these expensive shower heads and I thought it would make for a fun post. I wanted to see exactly what you get when you purchase one of these costly shower heads. The first thing we all need to figure out is it “showerheads” or “shower heads”?
Moxie® Showerhead by Kohler®
Let’s start with the Moxie® Showerhead by Kohler® is affordably priced at $218.90 and comes in four colors, polished chrome, brushed nickel, oil rubbed bronze and white. It allows you to stream your favorite music, news, and radio while you shower. The speaker’s pairs wirelessly up to the built-in speakers enabled with Bluetooth® technology delivering high-quality audio sound. The head uses 2.5 gallons of water per minutes(GPM), which is a little more than the 2 GPM or less that are recommended by WaterSense
Nebia Spa Shower 2.0
Our second shower head is the Nebia spa shower 2.0. the cost is $499 and must be pre-ordered. There is a lot that stands out when reading about this shower head but the one thing that hits home the fact that the shower head was developed with water conservation in mind. The engineering on this shower head is simply brilliant. The shower head is perfectly placed to make contact with your skin leaving it refreshed and hydrated. The shower technology allows you to feel warmer while providing more coverage over your body all while using 65 percent less water than a normal shower head.
Delta Zura Showerhead 57140
The Delta Zura Shower Head 57140 is a game changer. The product comes with the EPA’s WaterSense label which means you will take a water efficient shower. It also has Deltas H2OKinetic technology spray which creates a shower with more warmth, intensity and provides better coverage. The shower head comes in five colors chrome, flat matte, champagne bronze, polished nickel and stainless. The showerhead lists for $789 but can be found online for $552.
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