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Rain Shower Heads

A good shower can remove all the stresses of the day, and leave you relaxed and rejuvenated. For an experience akin to showering in nature, rain shower heads are the best option. These shower heads come in various materials and some with add-ons to make your showering experience more enjoyable.

What is a Rain Shower Head?

A rain shower head is a type of big round or square shower head with many evenly spread out holes from which water can flow out evenly. The shower head is typically parallel to the floor, which means the person showering gets thoroughly drenched within seconds of turning on the shower, just like when they are out in the rain. The speed at which water exits the shower head varies from unit to unit, ranging from a slow, even drizzle, to a misty spray, to a drenching storm.

Advantages of Rain Shower Heads

Rain shower heads offer a therapeutic but quick shower, being capable of adjusting to your mood that day. They also look stylish in any bathroom, and come in a range of sizes to fit said bathroom. The complete coverage that the width of the rain shower head offers you also results in a more consistently satisfying shower.

Materials

Rain shower heads are typically available in stainless steel, chrome, or brass. The quality of these materials is quite similar, so what you should take into consideration when purchasing a rain shower head is the other fittings in your bathroom. Match the material to the said fittings, and you'll have a more aesthetically pleasing bathroom.

Features

Rain shower heads can come as standalones, or offer the option of also including a handheld shower head as part of its fitting. This means you can convert your shower back and forth to a handheld shower head if you so wish. A lot of higher end rain shower heads also offer the options of varying the spray design and tempo, allowing you to choose from jets that spray gentle mist, up to a drenching and pulsating massage spray. Some even offer a water-saving trickle feature for the more eco-conscious among you.

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