A Shower Head that Conserves Hot Water

by Rob on March 27, 2008


This shower head is designed to conserve hot water while you’re not in the shower. Huh? Here’s the setup. You turn on the shower and let the water heat up before you get in. When the water reaches 95° F (35° C), the shower head automatically enters trickle mode, which shuts off the hot water. Pull a cord attached to the shower head before you get into the shower, and the hot water is released back through the nozzle. Here are the details:

* Save up to 2700 gallons and $75 per year in water and utilitiy bills
* Trickle/savings mode activated when water reaches 95° F (35° C)
* Works with standard showerarm – 1/2″ fittings
* 3 spray patterns – rain, massage, and combination spray
* Anti-clog spray nozzles, solid brass fittings

Available from Amazon for $99.95.

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