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Old 01-16-2016, 09:48 AM   #1
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Oxygenics Shower Head

I just replaced the shower head with one of these I really like it.

I have one question for anyone else who has done this mod also.

Is the a good way to get the hose to straighten out and be more flexible?

Or is it better to just buy a better more flexible one?
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Old 01-16-2016, 09:51 AM   #2
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I bought another one, but I don't remember where I got it
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Installed Oxygenics with the hose it came with - and have no problems. Think it depends on how you put it back in the holder, so try turning it different ways.
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they did have a better hose , and somewhere either here or on rv.net someone had a place the had the original hose for sale. I will see if I can find it. it is a FAR better hose found it http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...e-chrome/34900
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Installed Oxygenics with the hose it came with - and have no problems. Think it depends on how you put it back in the holder, so try turning it different ways.
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We installed an Oxygenics shower head a few months ago. At first I was not pleased with the hose (it sort of stayed kinked up) but after a few showers with hot water it straightened out.
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Must be awful difficult to keep your balance in that shower stall!
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I use it as a tub with a sprinkler.
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It's funny you said this, those hoses are one of my pet peeves. HD and Lowes only sell one replacement and it is a plastic coated stiff hose and to top it all off barely any water comes through.
I like to actually get wet in the shower and not fight with the thing. I didn't have any luck finding a decent one separate but one day I found a closeout shower head on the shelf at HD. It was missing parts but had a great hose, so I bought it.
About a year later when I was in China I noticed there is no flow restriction on their shower heads, the hoses were great and flexible. That day I stopped at a local hardware store and they had every length you could think of. Here in the USA they limit the flow rate as well as length for safety, China... Na who cares So I bought a case of them to replace and have spares. I have replaced 3 at home, and the two on the TT.
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It's funny you said this, those hoses are one of my pet peeves. HD and Lowes only sell one replacement and it is a plastic coated stiff hose and to top it all off barely any water comes through.
I like to actually get wet in the shower and not fight with the thing. I didn't have any luck finding a decent one separate but one day I found a closeout shower head on the shelf at HD. It was missing parts but had a great hose, so I bought it.
About a year later when I was in China I noticed there is no flow restriction on their shower heads, the hoses were great and flexible. That day I stopped at a local hardware store and they had every length you could think of. Here in the USA they limit the flow rate as well as length for safety, China... Na who cares So I bought a case of them to replace and have spares. I have replaced 3 at home, and the two on the TT.
You bought a whole case? So you must be willing to DONATE one to your very best JOA friend from Texas right?
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