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Old 09-12-2014, 09:27 PM   #1
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Oxygenics Body Spa RV Showerhead

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For those of you who have them did you use the mount that came with it or the one ETI put in ? It does fit in the mount from ETI just not sure it is as snug as it should be.

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Old 09-13-2014, 01:11 AM   #2
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Mine has fallen out on the road once or twice.
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Old 09-13-2014, 08:14 AM   #3
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Same here, I ended up removing mine and went back to the stock head, besides you do not want to make it too nice in there.......
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Old 09-13-2014, 12:51 PM   #4
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We had Reace and his team install the Oxygenics into our 19' Escape during the build and LOVE it! It has never fallen out of the mount and we wouldn't have it any other way. Thanks all for the recommendation of this shower head!
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We had Reace and his team install the Oxygenics into our 19' Escape during the build and LOVE it! It has never fallen out of the mount and we wouldn't have it any other way. Thanks all for the recommendation of this shower head!
Did they use the one that came with it or the one from their own stocks?

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Old 09-13-2014, 01:03 PM   #6
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I would expect that they used the one that came with it, but don't know for sure! We sent the Oxygenics to them and didn't have anything to compare it to when we picked it up. My feeling is that Reace & team do whatever is needed to make it work.
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I have the original one but did not have them mount it in my 17B, as I was thinking I didn't want the spray toward the toilet when on and not in hand. (At the time they were mounted above and to the left of the sink facing the toilet.) I have a suction mount high on the wall over the sink and it sprays toward the shower curtain covered door. That has worked out well for me. Plus if it drips the drips fall into the sink. I have never had it fall in transit either.
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We had them install it with the original mount. The shower head itself is fairly large and we were afraid we would not be able to retrofit it. Love it!

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Old 09-13-2014, 10:45 PM   #9
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Thanks for the input,

I installed it today, used the mount it came with but used the lower screw hole from the original mount . The top screw hole would have made the shower head hit the ceiling sealed up the back side and went for it, I do hope the hose will soften and relax lol.

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Do these really save on water instead of just turning shower head on and off ?
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We have two of the Oxygenics shower heads on our boat and love them. (They really do make a small stream of water seem like a gusher.) Thus, we bought one for our 19' and sent it to ETI for installation. It's definitely bigger than the stock shower head so it was good to have Reace & Co. take care of the measurements. That said, considering we may never use our indoor shower (it's a little tight in there ... ), I'm now questioning the wisdom of having it installed in the first place. Just MHO.
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We have two of the Oxygenics shower heads on our boat and love them. (They really do make a small stream of water seem like a gusher.) Thus, we bought one for our 19' and sent it to ETI for installation. It's definitely bigger than the stock shower head so it was good to have Reace & Co. take care of the measurements. That said, considering we may never use our indoor shower (it's a little tight in there ... ), I'm now questioning the wisdom of having it installed in the first place. Just MHO.
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I know what you mean. We put one in the Casita and it was really too big so we switched back. The 21 has a bigger bathroom so we're good but if I had the 19 I think I might keep the smaller one.
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(PS Patandlinda - they do save water and they do turn on and off)
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Been trying to decide if it was worth it because it is pricey and we have the 19 and we do use the bath most of the time . From others it sounds not a good idea with our shower .
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We also have it in out 19 and both my wife and I love it. With 52 nights camping in the trailer and staying in non commercial sites (those that are not KOA or have"resort"in their name), we preferred the trailer shower to the alternative.
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Now we are back to square one in deciding . Because we use the shower and fresh tank is smaller then the camper we had before it had a 35 gal .we will be carrying extra water 3 containers getting us up to 34 gal . It looked like a good idea .
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Now we are back to square one in deciding . Because we use the shower and fresh tank is smaller then the camper we had before it had a 35 gal .we will be carrying extra water 3 containers getting us up to 34 gal . It looked like a good idea .
I don't think water consumption is the deciding factor here. The oxygenics head is a self pressurizing type, so with the same amount of water flow it feels like higher pressure. In any case I doubt it would use more water than the stock showerhead -- its designed to use 30% less. If it fits, it may actually save you water over the standard one.
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Thanks for help Kstock 11 and rbryan4.
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Old 09-14-2014, 07:01 PM   #18
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When I get a moment tomorrow eve I will take a picture of the one I installed to give you an idea of size and mount etc.

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Old 09-15-2014, 08:04 PM   #19
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Hey,

Here it is mounted. I am 5' 8" and just fit under it so you can gauge your own fitting.

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Oh And Yeah CPAHarley I did change all the LEDs to Blue :}


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Thankyou Cpherian ! Looks like that will work for us
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