March 23, 2012

Niagara Conservation Showerheads: Exceptional Shower Experience While Conserving Water

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Who doesn't like to take a long, hot shower after a hard day? Although showering uses far less water than bathing, many older shower heads do not conserve water. You don't have to give up that wonderful shower experience in the name of water conservation.

Niagara conservation makes "ultra high efficiency" shower heads. We were sent two showerheads:
Niagara SAVA Water Saving 1.5 GPM Rainfall Showerhead

Niagara's Sava Spa Showerhead offers the look of luxury and performance with the benefits of saving. The Sava showerhead features an oversized 4.4 inch diameter sprayhead for wide coverage, and a patented pressure compensator that ensures a consistent flow, regardless of water pressure, and delivers an exceptional shower experience while conserving water. Featuring solid, durable brass construction and a corrosion resistant high-impact ABS thermoplastic body, the Sava showerhead meets all standards set by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). The Sava showerhead is available in a white or chrome finish and every model includes an easy-to-use 360 degree swivel head that comes standard with a 10 year warranty.

Bi-Max Showerhead 1.0/1.5 GPM
Conservation with a Twist! Bi-Max is a unique, two-flow rate showerhead, allowing you to match your flow rate to you task and save more while you shower.
• Two pressure compensated flow rate options: 1.0 and 1.5 gallon per minute (3.8 and 5.7 liter per minute)

• Niagara's patented non-removable pressure compensator provides a constant output of water regardless of pressure.

• Easy grip turn-dial for selecting flow rate

• Even, needle spray with a large spray diameter

• Compact, modern design

• Corrosion resistant high-impact ABS thermoplastic body

• Large POM swivel adjustment, virtually lead free

• 10-year warranty

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review would be positive or negative.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at March 23, 2012 11:47 AM

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