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Total Spa 24-Setting Combo Showerhead

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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Isaac707


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Isaac707

Reviews, previous buyers, some expert plumber/fluidity expert comment on this? I seeeee you....speak up!

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ThunderThighs


quality posts: 604 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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FWIW, you won't find this exact model anywhere. You'll find similar ones but this one was created just for us.



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khufu413


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I use the mist setting when my sinuses are congested and spend hours in the shower to thin out and drain. It's like a steam shower for poor folk. In for two.

editorkid


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ThunderThighs wrote:FWIW, you won't find this exact model anywhere. You'll find similar ones but this one was created just for us.


But then the "list price" doesn't really apply, does it?

khufu413


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ThunderThighs wrote:FWIW, you won't find this exact model anywhere. You'll find similar ones but this one was created just for us.



So the list price is just a made up number?

penwynd


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khufu413 wrote:So the list price is just a made up number?



Probably, but then this is about WalMart price for a handle showerhead combo.

ThunderThighs


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editorkid wrote:But then the "list price" doesn't really apply, does it?

List prices, as is often the case, come from the manufacturer.



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ThunderThighs


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A word from the buyer:

The manufacturer (Interlink) makes products under several brands, Total Spa, Rain Spa, Dream Spa and a few others. They try to “tweak” the product for each customer so that no one has the exact same item.

These showerheads are made by the same manufacturer that made the Dream Spa that we ran this time last year. It got rave reviews from the community. It was only one head. This has two.



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khufu413


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penwynd wrote:Probably, but then this is about WalMart price for a handle showerhead combo.



I'm okay with the selling price, I bought two (every multi-function shower head I've bought has seized up eventually). It's a great price for a dual head and being overly tall the way these are set up makes it perfect for me and my shorter wife to have a good shower experience. The mist setting is the icing on the cake for me; very happy all around... That being said, there can be no other "list price" other than the currently listed price for an item made just for woot-azon.

BabyBear


quality posts: 18 Private Messages BabyBear

"Woot Exlcusive! Total Spa 24-Setting Ultra Luxury Multi Shower"


So 'exclusive' it's 'exlCUSive'!

Heck, #%$&*( Yeah!


[MOD: Smartypants. Fixed.]

khufu413


quality posts: 12 Private Messages khufu413
ThunderThighs wrote:A word from the buyer:

The manufacturer (Interlink) makes products under several brands, Total Spa, Rain Spa, Dream Spa and a few others. They try to “tweak” the product for each customer so that no one has the exact same item.

These showerheads are made by the same manufacturer that made the Dream Spa that we ran this time last year. It got rave reviews from the community. It was only one head. This has two.



Hey, can I get a pimp-discount for being used twice for quality posts on the same item? How about a hat trick...
The stainless steel hose will help this amazing product stand up to years of use. This is a quality product all around!

editorkid


quality posts: 94 Private Messages editorkid
khufu413 wrote:That being said, there can be no other "list price" other than the currently listed price for an item made just for woot-azon.


Right. I can pull a "list price" number out of mine and it's no less valid. I think "50% off the price of comparable products" might be more accurate in the eyes of three-letter gummint agencies.

And "exclusive" is still misspelled.

traquy


quality posts: 53 Private Messages traquy

for those that already have one of these, would it still work if you don't have major water pressure? Ours is average,but nothing to write home about.

bpr2


quality posts: 182 Private Messages bpr2

I've been meaning to get an upgrade for my shower. Thanks woot!

Lets hope that this very Exlcusive! head is good
















*shower head, sickos

that was fun while it lasted!

khufu413


quality posts: 12 Private Messages khufu413
traquy wrote:for those that already have one of these, would it still work if you don't have major water pressure? Ours is average,but nothing to write home about.



while I dont have THIS exclusuve (ahem) model I have used several multifunction heads before and we have moderate pressure. I live in a smallish community and in the mornings the pressure does drop quite a bit. The only effect ive (wow I wish my pc had autocorect)noticed is the massage setting slows down somewhat in the pulses per second. Beyond that everything works fine for us. Without exact numbers to compare our systems though, this is just an assumption that you'll have similar results.

editorkid


quality posts: 94 Private Messages editorkid

Whoohoo! Our long national nightmare is over. It is truly an exclusive model now.

ThunderThighs


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traquy wrote:for those that already have one of these, would it still work if you don't have major water pressure? Ours is average,but nothing to write home about.



I don't know about this shower head in particular but the first thing I do is remove the flow restrictor.



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ThunderThighs


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editorkid wrote:Whoohoo! Our long national nightmare is over. It is truly an exclusive model now.



Oh, bite me.



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bpr2


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Which thing is the flow restrictor?

ThunderThighs wrote:I don't know about this shower head in particular but the first thing I do is remove the flow restrictor.



that was fun while it lasted!

bpr2


quality posts: 182 Private Messages bpr2

Speaking of biting, ya might want to bite out the enduring holidays code in your sig.

ThunderThighs wrote:Oh, bite me.



that was fun while it lasted!

editorkid


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ThunderThighs wrote:Oh, bite me.


That's what she... oh, never mind. Thanks for the fix!

bpr2


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editorkid wrote:That's what she... oh, never mind. Thanks for the fix!



Having no like buttons on here makes me sad sometimes. This post is a sometimes reason.

that was fun while it lasted!

editorkid


quality posts: 94 Private Messages editorkid
bpr2 wrote:Which thing is the flow restrictor?


It should look like a little plug where the showerhead connector meets the wall pipe.

editorkid


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ThunderThighs wrote:Oh, bite me.


I found another one. First sentence of the product narrative, "short" should be sort. MY GOD, STOP ME BEFORE I EDIT AGAIN or maybe I should just go to bed

imsaborda


quality posts: 1 Private Messages imsaborda
ThunderThighs wrote:FWIW, you won't find this exact model anywhere. You'll find similar ones but this one was created just for us.



I can verify that this statement is true-
The JCP version has white plastic instead of the gray offered on Woot!
http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/prod.jump?ppId=1e5f1d2

Woot is...
25% off for one
31% off for two
33% off for three

Does anyone know if the lower head has a 360 degree swivel or if it's stationary?

Coveted black-box Wooter.

robio


quality posts: 42 Private Messages robio

So the problem with buying something like this online is that if you just flat-out don't like it, your options are limited.

I see Woot's return policy for defective items. What's the policy for "I don't want this after all?"

BabyBear


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editorkid wrote:I found another one. First sentence of the product narrative, "short" should be sort. MY GOD, STOP ME BEFORE I EDIT AGAIN or maybe I should just go to bed



Maybe Woot's 'editor' was SURE they had a winning Powerball ticket and blew off their job?

ThunderThighs


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BabyBear wrote:Maybe Woot's 'editor' was SURE they had a winning Powerball ticket and blew off their job?


Y'all are just full of it tonight, aren't ya?

That other fix will have to wait until morning.



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ThunderThighs


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robio wrote:So the problem with buying something like this online is that if you just flat-out don't like it, your options are limited.

I see Woot's return policy for defective items. What's the policy for "I don't want this after all?"

The FAQ covers that too under buyer's remorse.



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djslack


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My shower's water pipe is stupidly short. 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?

dtremit


quality posts: 0 Private Messages dtremit

I'm not entirely certain my experience is with this exact brand, but I bought a very similar shower setup from Costco a few years back. The diverter valve -- the piece that attaches to the shower arm and sends water to both shower heads -- is invariably made of plastic on these, which leads to premature failure. Mine lasted less than two years.

I ended up getting my money back, and going to my local home center for a (chromed) brass diverter valve. I've been much happier since.

That said, you could probably use everything but the valve in this set and end up with a pretty good deal.

robio


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ThunderThighs wrote:The FAQ covers that too under buyer's remorse.



Gracias, o wise Woot Staffer.

ruralrooster


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seems to be an average price for similar heads at bed bath beyond: https://m.bedbathandbeyond.com/bedbathbeyond/product/detail.do?itemId=18758326&categoryId=1489993&path=&notinregularhierarchy=true

mschauber


quality posts: 40 Private Messages mschauber
editorkid wrote:It should look like a little plug where the showerhead connector meets the wall pipe.



On low cost equipment like this, the flow restricter will be blue.

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mschauber


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bpr2 wrote:Having no like buttons on here makes me sad sometimes. This post is a sometimes reason.



If I believed there was a god, I'd be thanking it everyday that there are no god damn like buttons. You facebook junkies need to stay on facebook and leave the rest of the internet for the sane people.... PLEASE!!!!!

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grooves1


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I had a similar showerhead from Bed Bath and Beyond and it didn't last 2 years. The diverter valve broke. It was under warranty and I sent it back to Interlink and never received a reply.

embhorn


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mschauber wrote:If I believed there was a god, I'd be thanking it everyday that there are no god damn like buttons. You facebook junkies need to stay on facebook and leave the rest of the internet for the sane people.... PLEASE!!!!!



Quality Post! Er... Never mind.

alphajenomega


quality posts: 0 Private Messages alphajenomega

Woot, are the connecting parts made of chromed plastic or metal?

bartsimpson


quality posts: 1 Private Messages bartsimpson

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?