[Greenbuilding] low flow shower heads

Jason Holstine jason at amicusgreen.com
Fri May 13 12:32:31 PDT 2011

A very good question, to the extent that we get so many customers who
prefer‹even go out of their way‹a shower head or system for many bucks just
because of a slight shape or design difference‹bigger, rounder, oblonger,
squarer, whateverer. There are definitely performance differences though,
obviously in the potential water and energy savings‹most are 1.75 to
2.5GPM‹and especially in the pressure...many on this list would be fine with
a Navy shower or weak shower, but the other 99.2% of the populace is much
more picky. Durability and place of origin also factors.

The good side is the pre-recession interest in multiple-head showers has
died off ‹ b/c people realized they don¹t really need to be washed from 4
angles at the same time.

On 5/13/11 10:21 AM, "Reuben Deumling" <9watts at gmail.com> wrote:

> This sounds like a good recommendation, but as someone who's used the $4
> variety forever I have to ask if anyone would care to elaborate on what
> distinguishes for instance this one (for $35)--not to mention the $300 one
> that Nick discussed--from the $4 one that one used to get for free at the
> Earth Day events?
> Thanks.
> Reuben Deumling
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