Navigating through life away from the library.
Navigating through life away from the library.

Product Review: Waterpik Easy Select Showerhead

I used to be a bath girl ~ you know, candles, soft music, a good book and mounds of fluffy white bubbles ~ then I took a shower with the Waterpik Easy Select Showerhead (MSRP $59.99).  Oh my gosh….  That showerhead produced the most amazing shower experience ever!

It took my husband all of 5 minutes to install the new showerhead (I tried but I couldn’t get the old showerhead off) ~ no pipe tape needed!

My Easy Select showerhead is in a brushed nickel finish (the showerheads come in three styles with two finishes) and has an enormous head ~ I’m talking full coverage spray.  So what’s so revolutionary about these showerheads?  For one, the spray selector is on the handle, which means no more reaching through the water stream to adjust the spray on the showerhead.  And secondly, the spray can easily be changed with one hand.  Yes, one hand!  And did I mention the fact that the showerhead can also be held in the hand because it’s attached to a five~foot hose?  The practical side of me is screaming with excitement because now cleaning the shower will be that much easier!

The showerheads have five custom spray settings:

*Full-Body Spray ~ Feels much like your traditional shower and with the addition of Optiflow, there is 30% more water force (my husband’s favorite setting)
*Circular Massage (new) ~ Water sprays in a circular pattern, useful for massaging sore muscles
*Powerspray ~ Great for rinsing shampoo and conditioner from hair
*Mist ~ Feels like your standing in the Amazon jungle and a gentle mist is descending from the sky (can you tell this is my fave?)
*Water Saver ~ Water spray is less intense, perfect for rinsing the legs and arm pits after a shave

I am loving my new Waterpik Easy Select Showerhead so much that I’m going to end right here and go take another shower…

Disclosure:  I received the Waterpik Easy Select Showerhead from Modern Mom and Waterpik in exchange for this review.  I am not required to write a positive review, just an honest one.

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