This is not brand new...I didn't think I could give away a test unit on Facebook, but figured forum members would be more understanding.
The back story. After all the hype on the Oxygenics shower head I got one in at my previous plant to test. At the time the reviews were awesome, better than the plastic shower head we were installing, but alas I left before making any change.
Flash forward to my time at Dynamax. The shower heads we install here looked a little nicer so I figured I would test the Oxygenics against our shower head personally before I pulled the trigger.
Up First, Oxygenics for one week: The Oxygenics seemed pretty powerful up close but the spread from further away was just OK. It was nice but I was not overly impressed compared to my home shower. At that point I figured I would notice a drop off on our stock "low gpm" shower head.
Dynamax Stock Shower Head: I popped this one in to also test for a week. It was easily the winner from day one according to my wife. Now, full disclosure, our stock head is actually a 2.5 gpm and the Oxygenics is 2.0 gpm (I really thought it was a 1.5...but I was wrong. And for the .5 gpm difference I would rather have the stock one). PLUS, our stock shower head has multiple spray patterns. So if you wanted to conserve water, you could easily go to a different setting. BUT, if you are hooked to city water or one of our 95 gallon fresh water tanks...there is nothing like the main, full spread wide open 2.5gpm. Nothing special, just our stock no name brand shower head.
So, if you head over and "Like" our Facebook page (has to be honor system) I'll draw a name from the comments on this thread and shoot out a "like new" Oxygenics shower head for one of you water conservationists. My wife has decided that I would just cut my shower time by 20%, so that she doesn't have to use a shower head that saves 20%.