Delta 75172 Bell Showerhead with Adjustable Arm Extender, Chrome
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- Only Delta faucets are equipped with Touch-Clean(R) soft, rubber nubbins that allow you to easily wipe away calcium and lime build-up with the touch of a finger.
- 2.5 gpm, 9.5 L/min
- Rigorously tested to ensure quality performance
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We have a single shower stall in the master bathroom, and every other shower head we have tried just wouldn't cut it. They would either spray too high (up the back wall above our head) or too low (spraying at your toes) because each one had very little movement up and down.
When we added this shower head, we were given an extra two pivot (adjustment) points that let us angle this just right for the shower stall. While the internal pivot connections are indeed plastic, they did not feel flimsy or weak at all when installing. I saw another user had a complaint about tightening the extended arm to the shower's existing arm, but I had no such issues. I started by installing the included gasket, hand tightening the fitting and then turning an additional 1/2 turn with a wrench. That connection does not spin or move at all.
The other two connections that people are complaining about are called hirth joints. Each side of the connection has "teeth" that lock together when the wing nut is tightened, making a secure, slip free joint. If these teeth are not lined up correctly before being tightened, (teeth are not in correct locking position) they cause a loose joint. Don't let this discourage you, just slightly wiggle the connection back and forth while tightening and it will slip itself into place (you will feel it). Here is an image to help explain the joint's teeth:
My only complaint is that the shower head itself (the bell) looks a little goofy being so tall,; however, that is just a personal preference and does not affect the function of the shower head at all.