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Old 08-03-2015, 07:24 PM   #1
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Has any one added an Eco Camel?

I saw a pop up ad for this and it looks like a mod that I want for my shower. Just wondering if anyone has purchased one and any feedback on its performance.

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We upgraded our shower to an Oxygenics and think it's great. Not familiar with the Ecocamel.
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We upgraded our shower to an Oxygenics and think it's great. Not familiar with the Ecocamel.
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X3. Love that Oxygenics.
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X7. I have had one installed in my home shower for several years and love it!
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Old 08-04-2015, 06:45 AM   #9
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That shutoff valve is a great addition to your camper also. We are one of those that do not care for the Oxygenics head. Been there, wasted $40 bucks.
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Guess we're the odd ball. We have tried all but the eco camel. Wife didn't like the oxygenics so it came out after a few months. So now, we have the shut off from the oxygenics and a very nice shower head (can't remember brand). No problems running out of hot water anyway. The ecocamel did get my attention and I'm curious to see if anybody else tried it yet.
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