Best Showerhead May be Least Expensive – Low Flow Water Saver Showerheads

7 December 2012

Environment, Housing

Summary. Sometimes the least expensive product ends up being the better choice. Depending on your preference, you may find that an inexpensive showerhead like the one pictured above provides greater durability and a more effective water flow for showering. While more expensive showerheads tend to clog up with sediment and mineral deposits, these simpler alternatives can be more reliable. Consider supporting your local stores first, but if you need to purchase online you can buy from our store by clicking the links below.

  • Bestfilters Brand, Low-Flow Water Saver Showerhead, $12.88. Basic low flow showerhead.
  • Whedon Brand, Ultra Saver Showerhead, 1.5 GPM, $12.65. “Ultimate low flow shower head uses only 1.5 GPM from 30 to 80 PSI. Pressure compensating flow regulator provides constant flow over range of pressures. Solid brass, chrome plated, and made in the USA. Provides good rinsing force in an aerating type spray. 1″ diameter nozzle. 1/2″ female connection installs easily on any standard shower arm.”
  • Whedon Brand, Ultra Saver Showerhead, Chrome Plated, $9.79. Design is different than the model above, but the features seem to be the same. “Ultimate low flow shower head uses only 1.5 GPM from 30 to 80 PSI. Pressure compensating flow regulator provides constant flow over range of pressures. Solid brass, chrome plated, and made in the USA. Provides good rinsing force in an aerating type spray. 1″ diameter nozzle. 1/2″ female connection installs easily on any standard shower arm.”

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Greg Johnson is a freelance writer in Iowa City and also the founder and Director of the ResourcesForLife.com website. He also manages IowaCityWebDesignArtist.com and many other topic specific websites.

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