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Old 06-28-2015, 10:30 AM   #81
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We bought the Ecocamel. Works great. Uses less water, more pressure and drains itself. Has a shutoff in line too. Saw it in the Motor Home mag. Was recommended.

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Old 06-28-2015, 10:49 AM   #82
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A friend gave us the Oxygenics as a rv-warming gift. We really like it. Saved the old one to use as replacement for the outdoor shower head if ever needed

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Old 06-28-2015, 01:17 PM   #83
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We used the Oxygenics on a recent trip to Cades Cove. It worked well. I don't see a need for additional cutoff valves unless you're boondocking in the desert and really need to conserve water, or gray water.
With 2-3 people taking showers, you can go thru 6 gallons of hot water pretty quick.

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Old 06-28-2015, 01:30 PM   #84
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The collar for the original cracked during our first trip. Repaired w/ superglue, but took as a sign and ordered the Oxygenics from Amazon. Came in 2 days free shipping (we have 30 days free Prime). Lived up to its billing - DW very happy which makes me very happy. DW came up w/ the idea of storing the shower head in the net bag FR put in the shower.
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Old 06-28-2015, 02:23 PM   #85
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Old 06-28-2015, 07:35 PM   #86
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We bought the Ecocamel. Works great.
Their website says it uses up to 8 liters per minute or 2.11 gpm based on bar pressure, which is a varible in RV applications. That is more than the base model oxygenetics which mine says burns 1.6 gpm.
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:27 PM   #87
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We've used ours a few times now, and I like it. Installed very easy. I think it is a good bit better than what can in the camper.

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Old 07-01-2015, 08:43 PM   #88
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After all the reviews I also had to give this a try. Replaced a decent 5 setting shower head in my Coachman 360 IBL. Before I got the Oxygenic I added a shutoff valve to the shower head line. The first time showering I turned the water back on to rinse and it burnt the #&^@ out of me! The Oxygenic on / off valve doesn't have the hot water issue. +1 for the Oxygenic shower head. It seems to have more rinsing ability than the OEM head.

DW likes it too, but said the water splatters everywhere.

Hey farmncamp - we have a nice 5 setting shower head in our Coachmen 325 RLS - probably the same as what you had. I was wondering how this compared to the Oxygenic. Ours has a setting that sprays a high pressure mist. I was thinking that this was like what the Oxigenic offers. Did your OEM head have a similar setting? If so, it sounds like we should switch as well? Thanks.
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Old 07-02-2015, 02:31 PM   #89
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Was reading the May edition of Trailer Life today and noticed that Oxygenics has a "New and Improved" shower head that is markedly different from our 2 year old one.

Does anyone have this installed? I like the feature of having 5 different shower setting and having a variable flow control in the handle is wizard!
We JUST bought this at CW last week and installed it last weekend. It is way better then our other Oxygenics one - more like a regular shower. We unscrewed the old one and just put some teflon tape (provided in package) on the new one and connected it to the existing hose. Took maybe 5 minutes.

Didn't run out of hot water either - just used the flow control to turn it down to a trickle when soaping up.

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Old 07-23-2015, 09:28 AM   #90
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I haven't turned mine on yet ( just installed), but I like the height difference already, and it's prettier than the original. If it uses less water, with a pressure increase, so much the better. I would like to point out that I purchased a metal wound shower hose from camping world that is better than the cheesy rubber hose that comes with the oxygenic.
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