Originally Posted by CSMRetired
I think they are all plastic, white or otherwise
ours is brushed nickel.....but very light
X2 what CSM said - ours is brushed nickel (if you go on Amazon, they have several colors to choose from).
When you install it, get a cut off valve to go in-line with the shower head hose (for those times when water conservation is a must).
Also, before installation, check all the hose fittings and REVOVE any flow limiters.
Use this fine gadget to regulate the water pressure to your rig:
Amazon.com: Valterra A01-1117VP Brass Lead-Free Adjustable Water Regulator: Automotive
And you will have a shower darn close to the one you have at home (assuming you a re not a full timer, because then you ARE at home
Note: Most RV Manufacturers recommend 45-50PSI a lot of folks run at 55PSI, and the folks at RV-Dreams (a GREAT reference site BTW) say that "Modern" RVs can run at 60-65PSI.
We keep ours set at 55PSI and our camper shower has the same pressure as our shower at home. (Assuming the CG water pressure is>=55 PSI)