Dear TT or other Woot! Staff Member,
Like “djslack”, I am also unable to tell from the Woot! images. Using links posted by others on this forum to check out the images of similar products sold by other merchants, I am still uncertain. Sometimes a showerhead manual has a page showing the product with dimensions of each part of an unit. I do not see a link, however, for this model’s manual.
Could we trouble Woot!, 1) if there is such a page in the manual, to post a link to the manual or the page itself that Woot! may scan and upload, or 2) check out a unit and advise on the dimension of the length of the part of the showerhead handle holder/assembly that attaches to the shower arm?
I myself am inquiring not due to a short shower arm, but due to a shower caddy already in-use. It is the type of caddy that hangs from a shower arm. I think there must be others who also use such caddies and might like to know. Knowing whether the showerhead handle holder/assembly provides enough extension to allow enough clearance for the handheld showerhead’s hose to hang and be used without interference is helpful for a customer, so it can be determined whether a shower arm extension also needs to be purchased. If an extension does need to be bought separately, it would add to the $25 cost of replacing an existing showerhead with this model.
Thank you in advance.
djslack wrote:…I just measured and there is 1" between the wall and the rear edge of the part that threads on on my current shower head, which is approximately the same as where the downward curve starts on the pipe. I can't really tell from the angle of the photo whether this is likely to fit my shower or not. Anyone know how much clearance it needs behind it for the hose?