Review: Aquagenix Hand Shower

Aquagenix® Razor Extra-large 5" Slimline 5-setting Luxury Rainfall Hand Shower
Product Details: • Ultra-thin Razor Design• Extra-large 5" Chrome Face
• 5 settings include: Power Rain, Pulsating Massage, Hydro-Mist, Rain/Mist, Rain/Massage
• 3-zone Click Lever Dial with Rub-clean Jets
• Angle-adjustable Overhead Bracket
• 5' Super Flexible Stainless Steel Hose
• Conical Brass Hose Nuts for easy hand tightening
• Tools-free Installation

Easy install but it's so loud! (4 Stars)

The hubs and I have wanted to switch our master bathroom's showerhead to a hand shower pretty much since we purchased our house but it's one of those things we never got around to. The Razor from Aquagenix seemed like a really nice option for the tiny stall shower we got stuck with. The hose itself is nice but I'll admit that the rest of it does leave a bit to be desired.

First of all, it was very easy to install. Definitely follow the instructions to the letter, I wasn't sure how tight was too tight and I'm not very handy so I had to loosen it and fix the rubber ring. Once installed it's attractive and generous in hose length but I found that I don't care for the switch from the rainfall setting to the harder setting. Something about it causes a lot of leakage around the edge. It's also VERY loud which my husband commented on first and he's the one who doesn't mind that kind of thing usually.

It seems to be somewhat flimsy, as it's plastic, so I don't know if it's going to hold up over time but in the month I've had it I've decided I will probably keep looking because it's just way too loud. That said, if the noise factor is a non-issue this is generous in hose size, provides a nice water flow, and is very easy to install.

Notes: I received a complimentary product in exchange for an honest review.

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