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Old 10-18-2018, 12:28 PM   #1
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Which Oxygenics

I am planning to replace my shower head with an Oxygenics. Searching through the forum it appears some models are too heavy for our plastic surrounds so I am looking for model recommendations. Which one do you have and why? Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-18-2018, 09:43 PM   #2
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Olive, we installed the ETL 26781 (white). Although the head assembly is large and ungainly, designed with an odd arc, and the hose is only marginally more flexible than a length of PVC pipe, it is light weight and does not strain the shower wall it is attached to. Supplied screws must be used. The supplied dble back tape is not sufficient.

Ours was a gift from our grand daughters (8 & 6) who like to go "glamping" with us when on school breaks. Returned the the first, then returned the second. Gave up and kept the third. Our experience has been that its' performance does not live up to its' price or advertising hype. Even tried them (all three) in our home. Now we only use it when the girls are with us. (because -- gift)

We prefer the performance of our Wheadon USB4C 1.5 GPM Ultra Saver. About 6oz of chrome or nickle plated brass. About $5 at Walmart, $10 on Amazon.

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Olive, we installed the ETL 26781 (white). Although the head assembly is large and ungainly, designed with an odd arc, and the hose is only marginally more flexible than a length of PVC pipe, it is light weight and does not strain the shower wall it is attached to. Supplied screws must be used. The supplied dble back tape is not sufficient.

Ours was a gift from our grand daughters (8 & 6) who like to go "glamping" with us when on school breaks. Returned the the first, then returned the second. Gave up and kept the third. Our experience has been that its' performance does not live up to its' price or advertising hype. Even tried them (all three) in our home. Now we only use it when the girls are with us. (because -- gift)

We prefer the performance of our Wheadon USB4C 1.5 GPM Ultra Saver. About 6oz of chrome or nickle plated brass. About $5 at Walmart, $10 on Amazon.

Good Luck!

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I installed the white version in our Minnie Winnie and agree with OldChina's first paragraph. We were satisfied with ours even though it required careful installation with a minor mod or two. After a long trip and several showers, we're quite happy with it.
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Old 10-26-2018, 09:09 PM   #4
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We changed our hose out with a metal flex hose from HD. Tossed the supplied one.
We have used the oxygenics for the last 10 years in previous coach, the new one for this coach does not seem to perform quite as well, but with sufficient pressure it is fine.
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