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Old 05-31-2012, 02:59 PM   #31
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I installed the chrome one a couple of months ago - love it - much better than the stock one.

Bought an inline shut off from Naughtons.

Definately not a "mist" coming out.
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Old 05-31-2012, 03:30 PM   #32
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I installed the chrome one a couple of months ago - love it - much better than the stock one.

Bought an inline shut off from Naughtons.

Definately not a "mist" coming out.

I have to agree. We used ours for the first time this past weekend and love it. I think its a big improvement over the stock shower head. The biggest plus was that the 3 ladies in the family liked it. If they aint happy, aint nobody happy, lol...
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:28 AM   #33
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Will the wall mount in your Jayco work or do you have to install the Oxygenics mount?
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I used the Jayco wall mount, not the best fit, but the Oxygenics mount is not a wall mount.
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Old 06-12-2012, 01:22 PM   #35
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There is a separate Oxygenics mount you can buy. The one I got is adjustable.
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:24 PM   #36
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I've now had the chance to use the Oxygenics shower head with shut-off for almost 3 weeks solid and I really like it. It delivers plenty of spray power IMHO. BTW, I used the standard Jayco mount and it works fine in our tub/shower.
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:53 PM   #37
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I've now had the chance to use the Oxygenics shower head with shut-off for almost 3 weeks solid and I really like it. It delivers plenty of spray power IMHO. BTW, I used the standard Jayco mount and it works fine in our tub/shower.
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Old 06-27-2012, 09:13 AM   #38
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Same results here. Shower pressure and flow is fine, and we used much less water than with the stock shower head. I do have an inline shut off valve and that helps alot.
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Well, to all of you who have replaced your old shower head with this one, will you mail me your old one? The first warranty issue I brought up to my dealer was that my outside shower had no pressure. He looked at it and said that it was the way it was, and wasn't gonna get any better. I took the shower head off my inside shower and installed it on the outside shower. Instant pressure. I went back to the dealer with the intention of purchasing a second shower head like the one installed inside. I was informed that they were no longer available. So, if anyone isn't gonna use yours, send it my way.
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Well, to all of you who have replaced your old shower head with this one, will you mail me your old one? The first warranty issue I brought up to my dealer was that my outside shower had no pressure. He looked at it and said that it was the way it was, and wasn't gonna get any better. I took the shower head off my inside shower and installed it on the outside shower. Instant pressure. I went back to the dealer with the intention of purchasing a second shower head like the one installed inside. I was informed that they were no longer available. So, if anyone isn't gonna use yours, send it my way.
Funny, I did the same thing on the outside shower. Using the old inside head really boosts the outside shower pressure.
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