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Old 07-15-2013, 06:34 PM   #11
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There should be two or three adjustment slots in the wall mount for aiming the head...but I'm sure you already know that!
Also, the Oxygenics head helps the shower experience using the onboard water pump if you don't have hookups.
I did not see the adjustments (two) on our stock shower head. Thanks for the tip!

Having been in the Navy and on board a ship for many months, I can tell you the "shower experience" was not something sought after!
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:45 AM   #12
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Another item for my camper shopping list.
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:08 AM   #13
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I did not see the adjustments (two) on our stock shower head. Thanks for the tip!

Having been in the Navy and on board a ship for many months, I can tell you the "shower experience" was not something sought after!
Sorry but I have never seen a shower head mount which doesn't have "slots" inside where the shower head slides in to allow head angle adjustment. You won't see them unless you remove the shower head from the mount.
The "shower experience" that I referred to is that the Oxygenics uses LESS water pressure (water pump) to give a very decent shower experience rinsing soap from body and hair unlike the cheap shower heads that most manufacturers use.
The other thing I did was to cut a small section out of the "keeper" ring half way down the wall to allow the hose to be removed and the head removed from the mount to allow full body and shower wall rinsing.
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:56 AM   #14
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X2 WindJammer!
It should also be noted that despite the box saying that there Is a shut off valve on the new ones, it does not completely shut off the water, it still pee's a little bit when shut off. I actually thought that it was a leaky valve, but when I took it back to Camping World they told me that it does not completely shut off, why I have no idea. To me a on/off valve means just that. Other than that it works as described by others here and worth the investment.
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Old 07-17-2013, 01:07 AM   #15
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I bought mine last year before they included the shut off valve you are referring to. I installed an inline shut off valve where the hose connects to the faucet...no "peeing" with that one.
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My only issue was that the holder will not keep the shower head in place.
The original shower head holder works for us and that might be a solution for you. Our only issue with this arrangement is that the Oxygenics shower head has to be removed from the holder when we hit the road - it won't stay put due to its mass vs the OEM shower head.
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Old 08-29-2013, 09:51 AM   #17
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all this talk about Oxygenics shower heads makes me want one. Anyone able to tell me where i can pick one up in Canada? Thanks
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all this talk about Oxygenics shower heads makes me want one. Anyone able to tell me where i can pick one up in Canada? Thanks
Lots of RV dealerships have them. You pay a premium, but it's in your hands right then and there.
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When I do a web search on Oxygenics I see many different models. What model are people around here getting?
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