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Old 01-29-2019, 09:28 AM   #1
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Oxygenics Shower Head...WOW...

Our OEM shower head was just about useless unless we were using a very high pressure water supply. Even then...it was marginal at best. At the recommendation of several Surveyor owners we purchased an Oxygenics shower head. We now have a couple of weekend trips with the new Oxygenics shower head/wand. In initial testing, the Oxygenics used about 20% less water than the OEM shower head. The oxygenating or air infusion into the water stream makes it feel like there is 10 times the water pressure and flow. Below is a video link to my YouTube channel where I show a side by side video comparison of the two shower heads. You be the judge!

OH...and thanks again to those that recommended the Oxygenics! Love it!

https://youtu.be/Q05ezU3S7iE
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Old 01-29-2019, 09:44 AM   #2
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I have the Oxygenics Fury in my 5'ver...

One of the two best $50 bucks I've spent on RV upgrades!

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Old 01-29-2019, 09:52 AM   #3
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Good video. When I get a new TT I will be switching shower heads & keeping my Oxygenics shower head.
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The Oxygenics Body Spa is one of the most recommended RV mods, on RV forums.
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Old 01-29-2019, 11:34 AM   #5
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This was one of our first upgrades! It is amazing.

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Our OEM shower head was just about useless unless we were using a very high pressure water supply. Even then...it was marginal at best. At the recommendation of several Surveyor owners we purchased an Oxygenics shower head. We now have a couple of weekend trips with the new Oxygenics shower head/wand. In initial testing, the Oxygenics used about 20% less water than the OEM shower head. The oxygenating or air infusion into the water stream makes it feel like there is 10 times the water pressure and flow. Below is a video link to my YouTube channel where I show a side by side video comparison of the two shower heads. You be the judge!

OH...and thanks again to those that recommended the Oxygenics! Love it!

https://youtu.be/Q05ezU3S7iE
If you want a really additional WOW....
Unscrew the shower hose from the shower valve/body. Look into the hose outlet of the body and you will probably see a small plastic insert with a small hole in it. This is a "water saver insert", and all the flow goes thru that little hole. Remove the insert and your water flow will go up, a lot, like double.
If you have an outside shower, same thing can/probably will be found there.
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Old 02-04-2019, 10:52 AM   #7
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FYI ... Oxygenics makes about a dozen or more different shower heads. The OP doesn't specify in his remarks, but the video shows the Body Spa model.
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FYI ... Oxygenics makes about a dozen or more different shower heads. The OP doesn't specify in his remarks, but the video shows the Body Spa model.
For RV's it is very important to get the Oxygenics models that are made for RV's to get the advanced water flow in an RV.

The units sold at Home Depot or Lowe's are not the RV ones...
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Concur with Oxygenics. I got the basic one for about $35 via Amazon and the difference was night and day in showering effectiveness. I'm considering getting one for the outside shower, too, if it will fit inside the shower housing.
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Old 02-04-2019, 11:17 AM   #10
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For RV's it is very important to get the Oxygenics models that are made for RV's to get the advanced water flow in an RV.

The units sold at Home Depot or Lowe's are not the RV ones...
Agree. I read one thread at another site where someone had strongly recommended an "Oxygenics shower head" to someone. They bought an "Oxygenics shower head" and thought it was poor. After lots of back and forth, it was due to the model. The recommender had a Fury and the recommendee bought a residential Oxygenics model from Home Depot/Lowe's.

That's why I wanted to specify the model. A large majority of reviews and comments (including those in this thread) leave out the model and, instead, simply discuss the brand Oxygenics. It's similar to someone saying, "I just got a Ford and it tows great -- you should definitely consider one if you're in the market for a new TV!" A Ford Explorer? A Ford F350? A Ford Mustang? Turns out that the model is pretty important.

My factory shower head is pretty good. Looks identical to the OP's in his video, but mine has a pretty good stream. The video was brutal. Not sure how you could get the shampoo out of your hair with that. An Oxygenics Fury in in my Tier 2 mod list ... "nice to have."
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