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Top 6 Best Oxygenics Shower Heads Reviews For 2019
One of a unique models that we found when looking at products from this manufacturer is this Darth Vader option, which is perfect for any “Star Wars” fan.
It takes the iconic bad guy and turns him into a shower head that will make any kid who hates bathing want to jump in the toilet just to use the villain for cleaning up.
To make this model even better for fans, Oxygenics used shades of black and red, which are the same colors used by the Dark Side in that film series.
The Darth Vader head and face serves as the focal point of this model and features the same mask that covers both the character’s head and face.
When you look closer though, you’ll notice nozzles evenly spaced around his head and face that let the perfect amount of water come out while you’re in the toilet. This is also a WaterSense certified model that can save you up to 80 bucks a year or even more on your water bills.
Patented technology designed by the manufacturer sits inside this unit and increases the pressure of the water that you use, even if your home usually has low water pressure. It features a comfort control level on one side that lets any user adjust the flow of water, which makes this an excellent choice for those with sensitive skin because you can change how hard the water comes out. The handle has a comfort grip too that helps you hold onto the unit when your hands are wet and soapy.
This unique hand-held unit also comes with a 70-inch flexible hose that can reach almost anywhere around your tub to help you bathe your pets without water splashing everywhere. Despite its fun look, this is also a functional model that features three spray modes.
In addition to the more traditional models that the company makes, it also makes some more unique options that will make you look forward to taking a long and hot shower at the end of the day like this Elite SkinCare model.
Designed to look and work just like the products used in high-end salons and day spas, this model is perfect for washing your hair and getting that pleasurable massage sensation that you would get at your hairdresser, but that feeling is so intense that you might want to use it all over your body.
Though it looks like the sprayers designed for use in sinks, the Elite SkinCare works well in any bathroom.
The eco-friendly design of this model helps you save on both water and energy, and once you install and begin using it, you’ll notice that you save more than 20% on your water bills without making any other changes to your bath routine.
You can attach it to a shower arm or a hose, but you will need to purchase either one separately because this package comes with just the shower head.
Suitable for those with arthritis and those who have problems gripping objects, it is much smaller and more compact than any other model you might consider. It has a comfort lever on the back that lets you decide when to turn the water on and off based on the temperature of the water coming out of the faucet.
This model uses a more concentrated spray than other products do and sends the water out in an intense stream right through the center.
Though you have some great options when it comes to finding the best Oxygenics models, we highly recommend that you consider the Curve because of its unique look and because of how well it will work in your toilet.
Unlike other rainfall models that have a round design and a steep angle that can make it hard for you to get under the water, this one comes with a curved panel that has nozzles all along the side and along the top.
The nozzles all vary in size to make you feel like you’re outside in a storm.
Despite its unique shape, this product does not require the use of any additional equipment or tools because you can mount it right onto the arm that extends out from your bathroom wall.
When correctly installed, it will reach more than 10-inches out from the wall and give you all the room that you need to get under the spray. Its unusual design also increases its height to around five-inches higher than other models stand to accommodate taller users.
A toggle switch on the base of the curved panel lets you select the traditional rainfall setting or the other concentrated setting, but you can also use this switch to use the waterfall setting. When selected, this setting turns off the nozzles and instead sends a significant amount of water gushing out from the long open space on the top.
As the water splashes over your head and reaches across your body, you can close your eyes and pretend that you are standing in a waterfall.
One of the top options for many homes is this Power Massage model, which comes with the patented massaging setting that Oxygenics designed, and this is the first model the company made that came with that feature.
It turns your bathroom into an upscale spa and lets you massage away stress, tension, and pain without seeing a massage therapist.
As a hand-held model, it lets you target the exact spot where you need help without bending and contorting under the spray.
Though you may want to use a massage setting after a long day at work, this model has a total of five built-in modes as well as a selector switch for choosing which mode to use.
The massaging and pulsating settings are high for use on sore muscles, but the total body mode is excellent for cleaning up after working outside and for rinsing off. Other modes use either a concentrated or a more outstanding stream, but there is also a combination mode that uses both types of streams.
Designed to help you use less water and still feel as clean as you want, the Power Massage uses just 1.75 gallons of water every minute.
It comes with a long hose for aiming the spray when cleaning your toilet or bathing your pets and a bracketed arm that keeps it upright and attached to the wall for using this model as a traditional head. It uses resin parts for added durability too.
A more traditional option for those who like rainfall models is the Vortex, which has eight spray settings and comes with six engines designed by the manufacturer to quickly increase your water pressure and to help you get the intense pressure that you need when bathing.
With a diameter of 10 inches, the face on this model is significantly larger than those found on similar products, and this look features 14 larger nozzles around the center and outer edges.
Those large nozzles work with dozens of smaller nozzles in various sizes across the face to change the shape of each water drop that comes out.
The large size of the spray face also makes this an excellent choice for those who often feel like they need to lean against a wall to get under the water because it allows the water to reach a broader area of your toilet and to cover more of your skin.
A toggle switch like the one used on the top model also comes with this model and makes it easy to select the spray mode you want to use. Oxygenics designed this one to include modes for massaging away tension and a downpour mode that feels like real rain.
Also included is a shower arm that you can easily swap out with the arm already in your toilet. Measuring nine inches long, this sleeve has an adjustable design for quickly aiming the head anywhere you want the water to go and for adjusting the height for different users.
Though it has a two gallon per minute water flow rating, your water pressure will determine if you get a higher flow rating.
If you ever stood in your toilet before and wished you could target a specific body part or move the water further away from your body, you’ll love this multi-function model that lets you do all that and much more.
It comes with an adjustable arm that has a bracket on end and right beside the head, and each one has a screw-on design.
The first bracket lets you loosen the arm to bring the height up or down before locking it back in place, and the second bracket loosens to let you change the angle of the spray head to change where and how the water hits you.
In addition to having a nine-inch long arm, this model has a spray face that measures eight-inches in size to give you, even more, space when standing under the water. The inside of this front features six engines that increase your water pressure for more efficient and pleasurable taking a bath, but the exterior of the face features 88 nozzles.
Those nozzles are more abundant around the edges and smaller in the center to change the way the water feels as it comes out.
A selector switch on the side has a curved design that lets you press your finger against it to select from different modes. As the shower head automatically switches between modes as you move this switch, you can quickly and easily decide which mode is right for you.
The manufacturer also provides you with a free roll of plumbers tape for quickly and conveniently installing this model in your bathroom.