Delta 75700WH Seven Spray Hand Shower Review
Review Delta 75700WH Seven Spray Shower White
Delta 75700WH Seven Spray Hand Shower White
Delta 75700WH Seven Spray Hand Shower White
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The Delta 7-Spray Hand shower features a 2.5 GPM flow rate that provides a steady flow of water and a 72 in. flexible hose for versatility. This convenience hand shower also features fast, slow and full massage, full and fine sprays, champagne spray and an energy-saving spray.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 7 x 14 inches ; 1.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B000LVBOCQ
- Item model number: 75700WH
Sturdy and Affordable!
87 people found this helpful.
We bought a second one of these shower heads for another bathroom in our house, we liked it so much! It is a great compromise between the ridiculously expensive models and the cheapo models. I do not have $100 to spend on a shower head, but I do expect to find a unit that doesn’t break after two months for less than that. I feel like I have found it with this model.
Great Shower Head
67 people found this helpful.
When I tried this for the first time I was disappointed with the output of water. Inside the end of the handle is where the regulator is located that controls the output of water. I did not remove the complete regulator. I simply removed the small rubber O-ring which was right there and very easy to pick out. ( I included a picture of the O-ring ) This was more than enough to make me completely satisfied with the output of water from my new showerhead.
Great looking but pressure low.
33 people found this helpful.
After reading extensive reviews on various shower heads I eventually decided on this one due to its brand name, low cost, and color option. I found the unit to be relatively well built and easy to install. I don’t fully understand everyone else complaints about the material choice as pretty much everything I felt under $100 had similar build quality “plasticky” and a lightweight feel. I have no complaints about the hose as well. The Satin Nickel finish gives is a much better and less plasticky appearance than the chrome in my opinion. It definitely just gives a better build quality feel to look despite it just being a different color.
Exceeded expectations for making a professional combo shower head
53 people found this helpful.
We recently bought a house that desperately needed new shower fixtures. I wanted a rain head but also wanted the convenience of a handheld . After searching and not being happy with what was available, I decided to build my own setup. I purchased the following 5 items and reused the original shower arm, just turned upward.
Best Shower Head I’ve ever owned
55 people found this helpful.
I love the water pressure on this unit. Our previous shower head broke, so we were forced to buy a new one. At first we just moved the guest bathroom shower head w/hose over to ours, but the water pressure was horrible. This one I love! I ordered it and my husband installed it right away. I love how the water feels on you. Not skimpy at all. It’s all over. And when you need force, the power setting shoots out water really powerful. Just what i wanted.
I read one review mentioning how inflexible the hose was, I should have taken heed. The hose is terrible. It is so stiff it will never unbend. It kind of hangs there taunting me. I’ve tried straight hot water, nope, I tried forcing the bends out of it, no joy. In the end I took the hose from my old Waterpik shower head and used it. At least it’s flexible. If it was cost effective to send this back I would. As it is I think I’ll just trash it and buy another Waterpik. This is an embarrassment to Delta’s product line. Maybe if the Delta CEO put this in his/her shower they’d see the problem. I guess the R&D team was out sick the day this was tested. One other comment, there is a really strong chemical odor from the hose when first installed and turned on. It’s still present even after 2 uses. At least water does come out of the head, but I don’t even like the patterns it produces. Waterpik excels there as well.