Reddit reviews: The best handheld showerheads

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u/davidrools · 42 pointsr/AskReddit

I rescued a german shepherd mix when he was about 2 months old and he just turned 2 years! He's awesome!

Join /r/dogs for great community, support, and advice.

Here are some of my dog's favorites if you're lost on what to Wishlist on Amazon:

  • Hands down the best ball for fetch, if he likes fetch
  • And the launcher I like this one b/c you can just throw it in a backpack and it'll zip all the way closed (I like to keep a backpack w/ my dog's park toys, some treats, poop bags, wet ones/purell, and his shot records) The best thing about the chuck-it is that you don't have to pick up a slobbery ball.
  • Three very good chew bones
  • Advantage Multi if you're not often taking him onto tick-heavy hikes. If you need tick control, get Frontline and Interceptor for heartworm.
  • The best dog frisbee and I've tried a half dozen. Doesn't fly the best, but it's the most durable, safe, and flies great with a little practice.
  • This Car seat cover is great
  • Flexi leash is really handy when used appropriately.
  • Poo bags can never have enough of. and you go through them pretty quick.
  • Dog backpack great for burning off energy on walks/hikes, and makes them feel like they're doing an important job! I have this one in black. works great.
  • Collapsible water bowl handy for hikes/camping/outings
  • european style leather lead (leash) I'm preferential to the feel of leather for leashes/collars. And the european is absolutely the best - adjustable length and super easy to tether them to a pole/fence if you're eating outdoors or running into a store or something (of course use common sense when doing this!)
  • Harness I'm not a fan of harnesses - they're annoying to put on/take off and just encourage a dog to pull more. But if you want him to pull, towing you on a skateboard or something (my dog loves this) then it's great
    Furminator GSD mixes don't need regular brushing, but this one works great for shedding season
    Dremel for nail trimming GSD = black nails, a bit trickier to trim. I use this with lots of treats to put a nice round edge and take off a bit of length of my dog's nails. works good but get him accustomed to it slowly and with lots of treats. Pretty soon he won't mind.
    *Zukes are great treats for training
  • Bowls that don't tip over. Easy to wash. can't break. My pick.
  • Big crate I use for vacations when I bring my dog but need to leave him in a hotel room or something. It's big and bulky but I like to give him room to move around comfortably.
  • A good shampoo I like hydrosurge unscented but it's not on Amazon =\
  • deodorizer I give my dog a little spritz between baths if he starts to get funky
  • A shower head like this makes bathing super painless. I just bring my dog in the shower w/ me along with some treats and it's quick and easy.
  • a scrubber like this gets my dog cleaner than I can with my hands. I found one at petco I like

    Wow I kind of didn't realize I have so much shit for my dog. But he's family so...anyway. Also costco has great beds for $20ish (comparably $80+ from a petstore) They also carry Frontline, lots of treats (buscuits, duck breast jerkey - the best!) good food (Iams ProActive goes on sale once in a while, and they also carry Natures Domain salmon/sweet potato food that's really good).
u/Kevdog1800 · 3 pointsr/askgaybros

I got you boo boo!

My favorite method is to get a shower shot. This is the one I have and I love it, but it’s VERY easy to cause a bigger problem with a shower shot than you had to begin with (explanation below.) I bought my shower shot along with this shower head which I can discreetly unscrew the handheld shower head and screw in my shower shot when I need to use it and none of my roommates have a clue that I just rinsed out my butthole. It also allows me to control the water pressure on the shower head.

The better method to start with would is to go to the pharmacy and get some Fleet Enemas. Enemas or a Bulb Douche are the preferred beginning option because it’s easier to control how much water you’re using.

So, as a few other people have mentioned douching isn’t always necessary. If you have enough insoluble fiber in your diet, your body will clean about 95% of the debris out on its own. Insoluble Fiber helps to add bulk to your stool and hold it all together so when you go to the bathroom, there aren’t any little pieces left behind up there. Do not mistake that with soluble fiber which draws more water into your colon. I still prefer to give it a quick swish just for peace of mind, confidence, and comfort.

When you douche as far as water is concerned, less is more. You ONLY want to rinse out your rectum. This is why Fleet Enemas are good because they’re designed to hold the right amount of fluid. You DO NOT want to use too much water as it can over-fill your rectum and spill into your colon. If that happens, you can douche until the water runs clear, and then 10 minutes later a brown slurry begins dropping into your once clean rectum and... it’s NOT GOOD! If possible, you want to douche, and later have sex, after you have a good solid bowel movement. So go bop bop, shower and douche multiple times with a few ounces of saline/water until the water you push out runs clear a few times. Then soap and shower as normal.

Do NOT have sex immediately after douching. Despite your best efforts, chances are there is still some leftover water/saline in your rectum which you want to give 30 minutes or so for your body to reabsorb what’s left behind or you might spring a leak!

Now, douching is great in my opinion BUT you do not want to douche all the time. Douching strips healthy mucuses out of your rectum which potentially could increase your risks of contracting STDs. Your rectum is also home to a whole biological ecosystem which is part of a healthy immune and digestive system. The general consensus from doctors that I’ve read is that if you’re JUST rinsing out a small section of your lower GI like your rectum, it’s probably not not much of a concern but why upset your gut biome at all if you don’t have to. Douching is great! But don’t over do it.

I think that about covers it! If I missed anything or you have any questions feel free to ask!!!

u/easyski · 18 pointsr/DIY

Sorry about that! Here are some details.
I am a DIYer with no formal training. I just read a lot of stuff online (don't we all?). It took me 7 full days from start to absolute completion, 2 more days that I was expecting, but not bad overall. Total cost was around $2500. Luckily I have another full bath in the house.

Some of the components:




Glass door I purchased this at Lowes as well, but could not locate it on their website

Toilet with slow closing lid (will not slam down)

Floor Tile

Shower Tile

Accent Tile

Shower Head Highly recommended!!

The paint color is "Stone Fence" at homedepot 720F-4

I used an electric floor heating pad under the area that will be walked on, Although I have yet to experience a winter with it, I know how nice heated tile feels, it was worth the cost, about $250 just for that. Per the instructions, after you put the electric grid down, you are supposed to seal it down with mortar. I made my own, but if I were to do it again, I would have used the "pre-mixed" stuff from HD/Lowes so I did not have to worry about consistency/mixing it myself.

I used mortar as a base under the tub, although it was not required for that tub, I can NOT stand a squeeky tub, I am very glad I did this, I know I will never have to worry about it squeeking.

The biggest issue I ran into was tiling the shower, you don't realize how much square footage it really is. It was very tedious and it didn't help that I did not have a good tile saw, I'd recommend renting a good one so you don't drive yourself crazy as I almost did! It took me two full days to tile the shower.

I built an inverted shelf into the wall. This idea came after looking at pictures of a lot of tile showers online, this is how I got some of my inspiration. Just remember to put a slight incline into the base of the shelf so that water does not collect. I used Hardie-Backer for the walls (1/2in) and on the floor (1/4in).

If you need to drill holes into the tile (as I did to install the shower door), spend the money and get a good diamond bit, at my lowes, this good tile bit was not located with the tiling supplies (a cheap "kobalt" one was) it was located with all the other tools, the one I finally purchased that worked was from Hitachi and was something like $20 for one bit. I also used a dremel with a diamond cutting wheel to cut the holes for the shower plumbing, it took some time but was the easiest way I could think to do it.

One lesson I learned was to buy more than what you think you need, tile, adhesive, other supplies etc. Virtually everything can be returned for a full refund and it saves you an extra trip.

If you have any other questions, I'd be glad to answer them.

u/ThePatches · 3 pointsr/Goldendoodles

I figured since I've never taken my dog to a groomer I may be able to help with this. I'm not a professional groomer at all and the equipment is expensive but I figured that if it's going to cost me $80+ every time I take her to the groomer then the expensive equipment pays for itself in no time. The thing is, it does take forever and I personally recommend having a second person to help you only because I've never done it alone and can't imagine how long it would take if I did. The other thing too is that it will depend on your pup. Have you spent time getting them used to being handled or learning to basically hold still while you groom them? I knew this would be important for me and my pup was exposed to blow dryers, scissors, and the electric razor regularly from the moment I got her at 8 weeks. I have regularly trimmed her nails since she was a pup too so she is very used to being handled. I also taught her that if I'm working on her fur (when she was a young pup I would use a comb and brush regularly for this) she is to hold still. I didn't give her her first real hair cut until she was 8 months but she was already used to the strange sounds and holding still by that point. Before the 8 month mark I did trim her paws and around her eyes though.

If your pup isn't patient with you, its going to be a challenge and may not be worth it. Mine holds still for everything and it still takes my husband and I about 3 hours to get the job done. That said, here is my process.

The first time we groomed her it was awful and it took us almost 6 hours start to finish. This was because her fur had a lot of mats. If you can't get a regular comb through the fur then you aren't going to get the trimmers through either. So taking them to the groomer first is probably a good idea to stick with because they will handle the mats and such for you that first time. After that, you need to keep up with the grooming regularly (mine is groomed every 6 weeks) in order to make the process easier for yourself because the mats won't come back if the fur is trimmed regularly so it won't be an issue. The other issue we had the first time was that we tried to use these and they really didn't work out. They would snag in her fur, they also seemed to kinda push her fur down and out of the way so that it wouldn't get cut. It was just a huge waste of time trying to use them and now we just use this blade directly and it works perfectly.

So basically this is our process. We use a regular folding table because you do not want to do this on the floor. We did it on the floor the first time and it was awful on our backs so you want to be standing. One of us is always holding her so that she will not fall off of the table and we take turns trimming her fur going along with the grain. Be sure to check the trimmers temperature regularly because they can get hot. When they get hot, set them down and use the down time to trim the paws, face, tail, or ears with scissors or comb out any mats that may be in the way (we no longer have a problem with mats since she is groomed regularly). Once the blade is cool again continue trimming the entire body, taking breaks to cool down as needed and repeat the scissor trim every time the clipper needs to cool. We trim everything with the electric clippers except for around the eyes, ears, snout, tail, paw pads, and around the paws. Those extra areas are scissors only for us but you can do whatever you like. After her entire body is trimmed we switch to the shorter blade and trim her sanitary areas. We like the poo area to be extra short in order to avoid the dingleberries. You can also use the short blade to help with trimming around the paw pads. Finally, after everything is cut she gets a bath and blow dry.

It really is a lot of work but we both think that the 2-3 hours we spend doing it is worth it over the cost of a groomer. But it's definitely not for everyone and I also think it depends on the dog. If the dog won't cooperate it's going to make it that much more time consuming and difficult. Here is a list of all of the grooming tools I use:

  • Andis Detachable Blade Clipper - For all of the trimming that doesn't use scissors.
  • 3 3/4 Blade - For most of the body, switch to the short blade that comes with the clippers for the sanitary regions and around paw pads.
  • Scissors - I use these for everything that needs to be trimmed with scissors. I like that they have the ball tip making them less pokey.
  • Thinning Shears - Not required but they do help make her snout and tail less choppy looking after they've been cut with regular scissors.
  • De-matting Comb - This has been a must for me! It is great at getting out those mats.
  • Comb - I recommend having a regular comb. If this comb can't get through then your clippers won't either.
  • Blow Dryer - I don't know if it's absolutely required to blow dry after baths but I do and I recommend getting a powerful one.
  • Shower Hose - Not required but I use this for her in my shower and it has made bath time much easier.

    I think that covers everything, I may be forgetting something but that's all I've got for now. If you do decide to do it just make sure you have a decent time block for it since it may take a while. Good luck!

    Also, here are some pictures of my pup right after being groomed with the clipper size I've mentioned above.
u/spinnetrouble · 5 pointsr/TrollxDisability

I love the suggestions for a shower stool. I didn't know those existed, either, and with a small space, they look like a total game changer!

Here are some everyday bath items that, in addition to the stool, can help you conserve energy and stay safe throughout your shower routine. You probably have most or all of these items, but I figured I'd list them just in case. (Links go to whatever turned up on Amazon and looked reasonable; I haven't tried them out myself or researched them.)

Handheld showerhead: It helps a ton with minimizing movement (and also not getting the dreaded blast of cold water when you switch from the tap to the shower which is no small potatoes).

Back scrubber: Wet it down, rub a little soap on it, and bam! You have an energy-conserving way to scrub hard-to-reach places and a back scratcher! (Also available with those mesh-puff things instead of a brush if you want to be gentler on your skin.)

Suction cup hooks: Hang your long-handled scrubber, your washcloths, whatever you want.

Washcloths with loops: Keep them at arm-level on your suction cup hooks and you're ready to go. If you don't want to buy new washcloths, you could buy some fabric remnants or foldover elastic for cheap at a big-box craft store and make loops for your existing washcloths instead.

Shower basket with suction cups: I like these better than those shower caddies you hang over the shower head because you don't get pelted in the face with water when you're reaching for things and you can place these within easy reach.

Suction cup soap dish: Again, you can put this at whatever height you want and never have to worry about having to lean over to reach for soap again.

Wall-mounted dispenser: If you're not into bar soap or bottles, you can use this guy to hold body wash, shampoo, and conditioner instead. (I don't know how much of a hassle they are to refill, though.)

Reacher: The classic! If you've dropped your washcloth, you don't have to stress your body by bending to pick it up. Just make sure you get a length that'll work for you in your shower or that thing'll turn into more hazard than help.

Lastly, I gotta ask if you'd consider having grab bars installed for safety. If you have difficulty going from sitting to standing, it sounds like using a shower stool would be helpful, but might come with its own issues, and I want you to be safe. There are some suction cup grab bars out there, but man, I don't trust those things. A little bit of soap scum or something builds up near one of the suction cups and it's Bad News Bears.

If you have an occupational therapist, this would be a perfect thing to discuss with them! Seriously, they live for that kind of thing. :)

u/TheUnconsoled · 8 pointsr/SkincareAddictionUK

I lived in Oxford for three years and the water is as bad as London's. I was in rental accommodation so I just replaced the shower head with this:


And then I replaced the beads every 3 months. It worked surprisingly well! I do know that some limescale/hardness still got through because I'd end up soaking the shower head in vinegar every 6 months or so, but honestly for £15 I felt like it was super, super worth it.

You mention being on a budget, so I thought I'd throw this magical Superdrug serum out there:


You'll find a ton more information on this if you search for Superdrug here and in the regular Skincare Addiction sub, but basically it's a £3 serum that is super hydrating and includes ceramides! It should help with the dry patches.

And if you're struggling with your body skin, I'd definitely recommend Bioderma Atoderm cleansing oil. It's not as cheap but you do get a huge huge tub for about £10-15 and it lasts forever. It's really hydrating. For a super cheap alternative, look for plain glycerin soap bars - you can buy it at Waitrose for £1. The bars don't last as long as other kinds of soap but the glycerin is super hydrating and there are no other ingredients so nothing to irritate your skin.

ETA: I do feel that hard water can be sensitizing, so if that's a concern I'd get rid of anything with fragrance or denatured alcohol.

u/CherenkovRadiator · 3 pointsr/Advice

Sorry I don't know what IB is.

Generally, if somebody goes out on a limb to say you have BO... they wouldn't lie about it. Especially if two people, one of whom is your friend, have told you this.

It might be a matter of how you shower. You'll forgive me for being blunt here, but this is how I handle body hygiene: I got a shower hose, which took less than an hour to install, and when I shower I make sure to really get in there. And by "in there" I mean deep between my buttcheeks. I prefer using a non-creamy soap bar (Irish Spring) and, with soap in one hand and the handheld shower set to "JET!" in the other, after I have lathered the rest of my body, I scrub and scrub "in there" for a good minute or two.

Additionally, I recommend wet wipes (or even better, a bidet sprayer, but let's start with the basics for now) because simple dry TP doesn't really get you very clean.

You can't go wrong with the handheld-shower vigorous butt-scrub at least once a day. Highly recommended.

For example: https://www.amazon.ca/Waterpik-TRS-559-Elements-Handheld-Brushed/dp/B000GLKBFM/

u/TheRambleMammal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  • Ok, I was going to post this shower head but I see someone else has already done that and it certainly does seem like the most awesome shower head on Amazon. Now, I'm quite new to RAoA, so I hope this isn't considered heresy, but I found another shower head that also looks pretty awesome, but sadly is NOT available on the amazon website. (Is this considered bad form? Will I get banned? I'm so scared right now!)
  • I work outside all morning/afternoon, hit up some shower time around midday, and I'm good to go for the evening's adventure!
  • rubber ducky
u/HopeTheyServePizza · 14 pointsr/AskWomen
  • These socks are the softest, comfiest socks I've ever owned.
  • These leggings are fleece lined and super warm
  • This is just the best dress ever. CowCow has a lot of great prints, and the dresses are great quality.
  • This hat, just because.
  • This so you never have to smell poop again.
  • The best shower head ever.
  • This hairbrush, because it gets tangles out like magic and doesn't even hurt while doing so.
u/slicist · 3 pointsr/HaircareScience

I'm thinking about trying an in-line shower water filter. Kind of like how you can buy custom showerheads, some of them come with filters. I have similar issues and after switching up my shampoos/cleansers and treatments I'm beginning to suspect the water more and more.

Here's an example of what I'm talking about (simple inline filter without the showerhead): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M03C6PO/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_gU0NybY67DNCN

Here's one that comes with its own shower head, or maybe it's built in: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014PVXU5G/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_lS0NybN5357QS
(Not sure this one is specifically for hard water, but with activated carbon I'm sure it's going to be doing some work)

Now these are just examples, perhaps good products but again I can't say because I haven't tried them or done my research. Google or Amazon search "shower hard water filter" and figure out what suits your needs. These products also seem to be decently inexpensive to boot. Worth a shot.

If you end up getting one, send me a review, I'd love to hear if it helped you out-- again, I'm in the same boat! :)

u/sarautu · 14 pointsr/BuyItForLife

My family had a $20 limit for years. About 15 years ago, my mom got me a used VCR out of the thrift store - left the $17.99 sticker on it so the whole family could see she stayed under the 20 buck limit. That was a huge surprise. It was a luxury I couldn't have afforded on my own (they were selling for $200 back then) and it's still running fine today.

So I guess it depends on your recipient. but maybe you can make that $20 go toward something both long-lasting, and something your giftee really wants. Luxury items are affordable if the stars align.

as far as buying new under the BIFL flag, I'd over-spend by 4 bucks and get this showerhead.

Or pick a book they'd love off amazon. Books are archaic, but make great gifts. espcially the funny, coffee-table variety.

u/HighestViolet · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Looking Good! Wow that's quite a stash of makeup goodness! I love trying new products but the stuff is so expensive!
[LED showerhead looks sooooo cool!] (http://www.amazon.com/Temperature-controlled-Color-Changing-showerhead/dp/B002PFJK9K/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=1OUQ8B0KGTG86&coliid=I27P2CTSRKBQVP)

Thanks for the great contest!

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. On your wishlist this light up showerhead or that Creeper Vinyl Fgure.

  2. On my wishlist this cat dress.

  3. I guess we're kind of similar. We have cool light up things and minecraft in common. Other than that, we're pretty different (judging from WL).

  4. I chose the items from your list because I have never seen such a cool shower head before.. Glowy night showers would be so fun! Also, minecraft is just awesome. I chose my cat dress because I absolutely LOVE it and if I had the money too, I would buy it for myself asap. I don't think I've ever liked a sundress so much. It's something I would wear as many times as possible.
u/purebredginger · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. This one looks really cool. I love the combo because you don't have to get cold while you use the handheld thing. And it has cool lights.

  2. My favorite shower ritual is letting my cat get in the tub with me while the water is heating up. He likes to stand on the dry part and drink the water that pools in the tub before I turn on the shower. Then when I turn on the shower I put the lining over him so he doesn't get sprayed with water. Maybe one day he won't need the liner =)
u/godiva_spark · 25 pointsr/TwoXSex


My (long distance) boyfriend got me that for my birthday last year and it has been excellent ever since!

Also, regardless of which model you choose, I would recommend buying a longer hose. Replacing the original hose of the Waterpik model with a standard interchangeable 8 foot hose lets me sit in the bathtub while using the showerhead. I have trouble getting off while standing so it's important for me that the hose reaches the bathtub floor, but it's just more comfortable and useful for doing actual washing things. :p

u/F4BadBubbles · 2 pointsr/sex

Been using the tub faucet since I was 9. Of course this led to underwater jets and hand held showerheads. Of the three, the tub is what I use the most and is #2 in terms of orgasm preference. Underwater jets I use the least but is #1 on orgasm preference. The showerhead is #3 on orgasm preference (but still preferred to a vibrator).

I'd say most German/northern European women use their showerhead this way and it's a way many girls learn how to masturbate.

This is the best showerhead I've used:

Hansgrohe 28514001 Raindance S 120 AIR 3-Jet Hand Shower, Chrome https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0016H9YTE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_eXiCDb2ZZ23NY

u/AlphaHooker · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I just had a baked potato... Ill never eat another.

I really want this so I can have a awesome shower but i can also easily wash the dogs.

Thanks jon :)

u/SFSexInfo · 1 pointr/sex

Every individual is different. If your having trouble with your hands, here are a few toys:

  • Vibrator with a G-Spotter attachment
  • Curved dildo
  • Small Whip
  • Pulsating Shower Head

    Experimenting is part of the fun of life and your reactions can change so allow for the possibility of there being more than one answer.

    You may be interested to know that the clitoris wraps around the vulva and can be stimulated externally along the sides and by rubbing near it for a while. Some believe that the G-Spot is actually stimulating the underside of the clitoris.

    SFSI Staff

    LV / P

    San Francisco Sex Information (SFSI) provides free, confidential, accurate, non-judgmental information about sex and reproductive health. You can reach us by e-mail ([email protected]) or by phone (415-989-SFSI).
u/margalicious · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My favorite thing on your list is my favorite thing on MY list, too! I LOVE the shower light!

u/wildcatz311 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Um... because who doesn't need a showerhead that lights up like this one also it's hand held and stationary :)~

Rubber Ducky

Usually I shower with the SO... Water conservation and all that ;) usually at night before we go to bed... and they are usually LONG showers :D

Thanks for the contest

edit cause someone picked the same shower head :)

u/AlexHimself · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

First, why is this in home improvement? This is like a <$100 item you buy and return if you don't like it. And you just screw it on.

Second, yes get one. I have this one and it's pretty badass. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0043BEUXK/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/AngryJess87 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

rubber ducky

I tend to randomly start singing "part of your world" from Disney's The Little Mermaid when I'm in the shower lol. And I like to randomly change the pitch in my voice or enunciate certain words so that I literally LOL. Hahahaha.

u/ReverendDizzle · 7 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Waterpik makes excellent pulsating shower heads. Here is Amazon's Waterpik + Pulsating search results. Although it's worth noting that all Waterpik's detachable shower heads have the pulsating feature (see the chart in the product description section here).

We have this one in our shower; the original is a classic with a really strong pulse.

u/ShaktiAmarantha · 1 pointr/sexover30

> pulsating shower extension

Here's one on Amazon: Waterpik SM 653 CG Original 6-Mode Massage Handheld Shower

I'm not endorsing that model, but it's inexpensive and has ~240 favorable reviews so it might be a good choice for experimenting.

u/ihaveplansthatday · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. THIS is awesome, but pricy. Your showers would be fantastic!
  2. I need a rubber ducky for the tub. :P I like to sit down in the shower with the water hitting me. My cat is obsessed with running water and sits on the side, between the curtains. I prefer morning showers, but I generally take a bath at night. The cat always tries to climb on me in the tub, she fell in once when she was really small... She still tries it every time, though.
u/IceboxPlums · 1 pointr/AskReddit

One of the handheld ones with the different settings, like this: http://www.amazon.com/Waterpik-TRS-553-Elements-5-Mode-Handheld/dp/B000GLO0KY/ref=sr_1_1?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1344137615&sr=1-1&keywords=handheld+showerhead aimed right at the clit. Super awesome. While you're in there, lying spread-eagle under the running tub faucet will also give some ladies powerful orgasms.

u/doomddo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

yours why... well I love showers lol

mine why because I need it. lol having 2 dogs makes my laptop a mess :P

u/loonybhatia · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is cool

I don't really have a shower ritual, I don't sing. I do workout, but usually have other stuff to do right after, like pick up my little brother, get groceries, so I shower after that. I have a towel in my car just to put on my seat so it doesn't start to smell of sweat. Whenever I have up.
Funniest thing was prolly when I decided to try to find a way to smoke a cigar while taking a shower. What I did was take some electrical tape and take a plastic baggie to near where the band is, I then cut the back part of the baggie so it was open and the cigar could get through, this was taped to a cling wrapped kitchen roll tube which was attached to a toilet paper tube that was facing upwards, like the bowl of a pipe, and I have to run a metal rod underneath it all so that it didn't break. It worked, I had to take a 45 minute shower to finish it, but it worked.

u/r0tekatze · 12 pointsr/iamatotalpieceofshit

FWIW, a getup like that is pretty bound to leak, and he's not wrong that this will cause staining. More than that, if it continues for a longer period of time it will affect the integrity of the ceiling depending on how it was constructed.

In the UK, you're expected to use a suitable attachment if you want a shower in a rented home that does not have a built-in shower - like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Croydex-Removeable-Push-Fit-Secura-Shower/dp/B003A4HPW4/

Not that this excuses his phrasing, and if there is a pattern of the same sort of language it may be considered racially aggravated discrimination - which can lead to certain forms of court action.

u/stufff · 56 pointsr/CrappyDesign

You can get a pretty amazing detachable shower head for $25. This is the one I got on Amazon. It's totally worth spending $25 to up your shower experience and make sure you pressure wash your butthole. I like the occasional rimjob and I will reciprocate, but I want to make sure that butthole is clean. This gets the job done.

u/aethiopica · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Double the shower head, double the fun (now with lights for when you don't want anyone else to know you're in the shower).
I try to shower every morning, usually after exercising...I have slipped more often than I care to admit. Luckily no serious injuries sustained thus far!

  • rubber ducky -
u/AlexandrinaIsHere · 1 pointr/curlyhair

AquaDance High Pressure 6-Setting 3.5" Chrome Face Handheld Shower with Hose for the Ultimate Shower Experience! Officially Independently Tested to Meet Strict US Quality & Performance Standards https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H2DG1SW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_3gH1AbBBDYY7H

Only $17. I prefer to buy in person though, because it's easier to check the package to see what tools or whatever you might need.

If you're renting, you should be able to either swap it back to the original, swap it to another standard showerhead, or convince your landlord it's an upgrade.

If you're short, i suggest you bribe a tall and steady handed person to install it. It's pretty easy if you can reach, and most shower heads are shipped with the washers and Teflon tape you need to install.

u/Stratocast7 · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

Ha no I don't have one of the Kohler fancy systems. I came across them years ago when I worked at a place that made stone counter tops. I had to do a lot of research to get sink bowl templates to cut on our cnc machine so I'd frequent many websites such as Kohler's. I'm still dreaming. Cost wise I'm sure all the components run over 10k as the high end panel can cost $1500. I bought the one I have now which is just the head which screws on for about $35 I beleive (found it: DreamSpa® All Chrome Water Temperature Controlled Color Changing 5-Setting LED Handheld Shower-Head by Top Brand Manufacturer! Color of LED lights changes automatically according to water temperature https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JV43J40/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_9ayNwbFMNTCB7 ). I've had it for a year now and still works.

Edit: clarity

u/Steven_Mocking · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

One of these is nice to have in a smaller shower. I have a shower much like your drawing where the shower head hits me in the head.. With this, the shorter one hits the back of my neck and the taller one is over my head. Feels great.

I am a 5'10" man

u/jerseywolfe · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Would love something like this. Had my knee replaced 4 months ago and have some pain in a few spots.
Nothing beats a great shower after a long hard day of work.
Love the color Navy Blue and White.
FLAX, thanks for the contest.

u/Lurk3rAtTheThreshold · 1 pointr/todayilearned

I got a replacement shower head like this some years back which adds some height. It makes a huge difference for me, I love it.

u/F4BubblesThrowaway · 1 pointr/sex

You can ask your landlord to make the switch. Should be fine as long as you keep the original hardware intact. Heck, they might even provide you a plumber at no charge to do the work.

This is my favorite showerhead:
Hansgrohe 28514001 Raindance S 120 AIR 3-Jet Hand Shower, Chrome https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0016H9YTE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_ToY2Ab0PVY9G6

u/emmysweet · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well shoot, a completely glowing bathroom might be pretty cool. That paired with this and these could make for a pretty wild bathroom!

u/thequeen747 · 1 pointr/TwoXChromosomes

While we're at it, should we share our recommended shower head? :)

I'll go...

Hansgrohe 28514001 Raindance S 120 AIR 3-Jet Hand Shower, Chrome


u/TiredOfBeingMediocre · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

Not really a decorative idea, but I would recommend getting a detachable shower head (I have this one ). Cheap, easy to install, and gosh it makes showers so much better!

u/arbitrarysquid · 2 pointsr/cripplingalcoholism

a good shower is essential. I bought this setup recently and it is the best thing ever

u/dirtyfries · 2 pointsr/DIY

Previous shower area was around 30 years old. Fake marble walls, small wall niche, leaks in the corners and ugly plumbing.

Over the course of 3 weeks (had to go housesit elsewhere - we only have one bathroom), we gutted the old furnishings down to the studs, built a new niche, added backerboard, waterproofing membrane, new tiles, new fixtures, and had the tub re-furbished (by a pro).

If anyone's curious, here's some products we used.


James Hardie Backer Board

Tile saw:

Waterproofing membrane:


We learned as we went with this (also made many mistakes that thankfully aren't too bad on completion). Upon gutting the shower - found a bit of mold growing on the old green board backing material. Was actually better than expected. We also didn't want to swap out the old 2 knob faucet for something newer (required more plumbing work than we wanted) so we ordered a 3 knob version and just used two of the knobs/stems. Works great.

And a ton of knowledge from this incredibly useful YouTube channel.

If anyone has any specific questions, please ask.

u/Milazzo · 2 pointsr/OkCupid

Well I am trying a new one currently: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JUZTG4M/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Really really like it. I always have a detachable one of some kind because...yeah, and because I have a dog and it makes it easier to wash her off.

u/glanmiregirl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think this is really cool.

I like a cool shower before bed. Then if i'm cold I can snug right down in my blankies.

Rubber ducky

u/TantraGirl · 1 pointr/sex

> I can't use any objects like vibrator, etc., as they are illegal from where I live.

Really? Because lots of things vibrate and work just fine:

You can buy an electric toothbrush and hold the base against your clit.

Or get a "Shiatsu Pillow Massager."

Or a "Swedish massager."

Or a "Deep Tissue Handheld Muscle Massager" like this or like this.

Or a showerhead extension with a pulse setting.

None of these things look like sex toys, and all of them have other perfectly legitimate functions.

[Note: The links are examples of the types of items, not specific recommendations.]

u/RageMaster16 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This shower head is pretty cool and here is a hand shower head.

I listen to Lindsey Stirling in the shower. I don't have a particular ritual, I just shower randomly lol

u/lotrouble · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Two for one

  2. My jam song really depends on what's popular at the time, but I'm on an 80s kick lately so it's usually Foreigner, or Journey right now. I shower in the mornings to wake me up, but after a long day, or a stressful day the first thing I do when I come home from work is take a shower to wash the stress of the day away. My cat is addicted to the shower. Yes, you read that correctly. He likes hanging out in the shower and playing with the water.

    Thanks for the contest!
u/Garthenius · 2 pointsr/pics

I'm guessing this, but would also like to know for sure.

u/Sieberella · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. This one looks like it could be good. It's got five settings! I have one of those rainfall ones now and I hate it. I miss removable shower-heads, they feel so good on your scalp!

  2. Shower Ritual: I sing oldies songs in the shower all the time. Don't know why lol.

    Also, funny story: I used to have a shower curtain that was white, but had a clear see through window that went right where my face would peek out. My boyfriend works for Walmart and would always bring home the giant cardboard standers from movies that had come out. I went into the bathroom one morning to get ready and felt something watching me. I turned and screamed. There was Kiera Knightly circa Pirates of the Caribbean standing in my shower staring at my through my shower curtain window.

    Rubber ducky
u/TMaccius · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

The 396 gph version isn't much more expensive. To keep from using too much ice, you could start by letting the pot rest on its own for a few minutes (try a hop stand!), then switch to cold tap water through the pump, then switch that out for ice water. The key is just maintaining a high differential between the wort and whatever you're cooling with.

Another option -- and this is a little off the wall -- is to use your shower. You could switch to a handheld shower, get a diverter, or get a showerhead with a splitter that would let you easily swap in your wort chiller. Handheld showers use a pretty standard 1/2" thread.

u/frodomann108 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This one, because 2 shower heads are waay better than 1.

rubber ducky

One ritual I have is setting the shower head to the highest mode it can go and let it hit my back. Almost as good as a back massage.

u/Nowin · 12 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I bought Ana Bath SS5450CBN a year ago. Best decision ever.

u/Evenstars · 601 pointsr/AskReddit

I shower in the dark every morning. I also have this. Best. Purchase. Ever.

u/zimmdj · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

PREACH. Bought this one a couple years ago, and it's amazing. It's one of the only shower heads I've used that actually works for my height (6'3") too!

u/vegeto079 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

If you're going to go cheap on something like that you can just get one like this for under $10.

u/CouldBeRaining · 4 pointsr/entwives
u/complich8 · 2 pointsr/tall

I'm a strong advocate of handhelds, Just hold it where you want it!

u/casual__t · 5 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My shower head needs replaced and I think this would work nicely. Plus I could shower in the dark this way. I'm weird like that.

Stock my house

u/Comac10 · 3 pointsr/howto

Ohhhhhh well in that case just get a shower head that has two heads. One that has a hose on it. I got one for for like $20. Give me a minute and I'll look it up.


u/ItsAGoodIdea · 1 pointr/Plumbing

I installed this in my master bathroom 3 years ago and it's still going strong. Water can be sent to both heads or either with the flip of a switch. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0043BEUXK/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/freudjung_deathmatch · 2 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

You know, for most showers, it is as simple as unscrewing the current shower head and putting a new one on. I mean, it is really simple. You can get a pretty decent one for less than $25 too.

u/CreationOfMika · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Temperature controlled Color Changing LED hand showerhead

yo, I'm cheap.

u/SwoleFlex_MuscleNeck · 13 pointsr/mallninjashit

Nope, I was gonna comment on that, I got one like this on Amazon for my girlfriend for V-day. It's the tits.

It's like $25 on prime.

u/stargatesg9 · 14 pointsr/legaladvice

Can you take a picture of how it is locked? Is there a brand on the lock? There has to be a way to remove it.
Everywhere I have lived I always changed the showerhead and then changed it back when I moved out.
I always put on one of those handheld shower heads.

But if there is a tub then you are in luck, you dont have to remove it.
Buy one of these shower sprayers that attach to the tub faucet.
Read the reviews, to make it work properly you need to put a screw type pipe clamp around it so it does not slip off.

u/mediatechaos · 24 pointsr/LifeProTips

Buy three of these, two of these, and something like this. Completely changes the shower.

u/msheaven · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

for you

for me on my 5-10 list

how cool is that?

we have the same item from different places

u/MCubb · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. This bad boy looks pretty cool! Lots of different settings and such!

  2. I take a "double shower" (that is do everything twice: 2 shampoos, 2 conditioners, and 2 whole body soap-ups) every time I come home from work. I work outside so I'm covered in nasty sunscreen by the end of the day!

    rubber ducky.
u/starbuxed · 2 pointsr/tall

I hav one of those with a remove shower head like this. It makes a world of difference.

u/sun-moon-stars · 1 pointr/AskMen

> I certainly don't know any women who can get off standing in the shower!

Oh, baby: handheld shower massage does the trick every time

u/vspazv · 11 pointsr/funny

Why do people put up with this? Either get a detachable shower head or an extension arm.

If you live in an apartment just keep the original one so you can put it back on when you move out. You can usually install them without even using any tools.

u/bassboat1 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

It's unlikely that the spout has a screw-in aerator (that would be too easy). You may be able to use a rubber wand connector like this. Third option would be to remove the spout and plumb in a wand connector (some unscrew, others have a set screw, some just pull off).

The real issue is that the tub deck aren't made for pooling water. You'll need a curtain that drops inside the tub.

u/Twicksy · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

We installed one similar to this one in our apartment that came with a "fixed to the wall" style. The little connector piece that screws into the pipe coming out of the wall should be universal in modern apartments in America :)

u/rengruiismyrife · 1 pointr/Plumbing

The reason why I don't want to change the hose is because this is an extension that secures to the water tap in a British household (link to product). British houses are known for the outdated design of separate hot and cold taps, even more so that these taps are for my bath tub which has no shower head. That's why I bought this product to mix the hot and cold water and let it flow from the shower head. Getting a new hose means practically replacing the whole thing and buying a new product from Amazon.

u/CHWK · 1 pointr/DIY

This one doesn't review well, but if it is a temp fix you seek you may want to look into similar products.

u/ethidda · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

You should be able to change out the shower head. I've always done so for my rentals (and purchases).

Here's what I just bought today for my house: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004NXT3TE/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i02?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Make sure you have teflon tape to seal the connections: http://www.amazon.com/Mr-Gasket-2842G-Teflon-Tape/dp/B000BWCFT6/ref=pd_sim_hi_1

And if your new shower head is still anemic, check to see if you can remove the flow restrictor. (The cheaper ones usually don't, and are the simplest way to obtain higher water pressure if that's all you're looking for.)

u/tragopanic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Shower head
  2. I actually have a rubber ducky that sits in my shower. I've had him for over 10 years now. Oh the things that he's seen.
u/wrapunzel · 2 pointsr/internetparents

> You can't get your whole body wet at the same time - one side of you is always chilly

Get ye one of these and also one of these and you'll be so happy!

u/InquisitorVawn · 8 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

OP - you could get a portable showerhead, it's a rubber hose that has a fixture that slips over the bath faucet, if you have a bathtub. I wouldn't use it to wash your whole body, but for intimate washing it'd be suitable.

[Edit]: Forgot link

u/tprice1020 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Hydroluxe Full-Chrome 24 Function Ultra-Luxury 3-way 2 in 1 Shower-Head /Handheld-Shower Combo https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JUZTG4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_rr2QzbAD6CH32

u/its2ez4me24get · 3 pointsr/funny

dude you have my shower.
you need to get one of these

u/alexander_the_grate · 7 pointsr/pics

Here it is for cheaper and faster delivery time.

u/gigabyte898 · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

I impulse bought one a while ago. I need to disable one click purchase

u/ilikesleep · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

rubber ducky

5 modes of fun

Don't ask me why, but I recite the Gettysburg Address when I shower.

u/bklynsnow · 1 pointr/Plumbing

It's this item. Not sure that would work.
AquaDance High Pressure... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H2DG1SW?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

u/theWebDon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've been drooling over [this] (http://www.amazon.com/Ana-Bath-SS5450CBN-Function-Showerhead/dp/B0043BEUXK/ref=sr_1_cc_3?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1372183825&sr=1-3-catcorr&keywords=shower+heads) shower head for a while now. I guess my only shower ritual is to take a dump while waiting for the hot water to heat up. That and brushing my teeth while on the pot. Not really a shower ritual per se, but close enough.

u/Future_Appeaser · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

This one is the best simply because it has a mist setting that gets everything off and covers your entire body.

If you take out the 2 water flow restrictors shown in the reviews it makes the water pressure double.

u/i-am-the-prize · 2 pointsr/PurplePillDebate

ball's in your court...



any normal shower head can be unscrewed and one of these added for under $20. no excuses.

u/MeghanAM · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I have this one. It's nice, but I don't know if I would have bought it at that price. It came with the house I'm renting.

  2. Morning, always. I have bangs and thin hair, so my hair looks awful immediately. I don't particularly have any shower rituals, except kinda boring practical things like I let my conditioner sink in while I shave :P

    Rubber ducky!
u/abishop711 · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

We have a detachable shower hose thingie! It was only about $20 on amazon (but make sure to buy some plumbers' tape too so you don't get leaks right where it screws on).

Super easy to install! Unscrew old shower head, wrap plumber tape around the threads a bunch of times. Screw new shower head on. Turn on water to check for leaks. If it leaks, then turn it off and unscrew and put more plumber tape on. Once it doesn't leak anymore, you're done!

Then you can just grab the shower head off the hook and rinse your lady bits nice and clean!

Edit: this one. It's $25 now. It can do both shower heads at once, but we usually keep it set to the upper hose one only to keep the water pressure higher. You'll have much lower water pressure if you use both heads at the same time.

u/LaserBeamsCattleProd · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

You don't wanna do that. If you twist that pipe, which threads into another pipe, you're going to either tighten or loosen that connection. Over-tightening can break it completely. Loosening can cause a leak.

Any leak behind a wall is a really, really bad thing. Even if it's one drip every couple of hours, it can potentially cause $1,000's of dollars of damage.

Best bet is to get a removable showerhead. You can shop around and find one cheaper, please don't go messing with plumbing.

u/bloodrosey · 1 pointr/pics

Darn, the amazon reviews say it requires a lot of pressure since it uses some of your water pressure to power the lights and that the sound it makes from the turbine is loud. Don't have enough shower pressure to use this. :(

u/sandhouse · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Don't know your budget but this one looks nice.

I listen to music in the shower usually. It helps my phobia of being alone. I also use a shower chair because I'm disabled and take ten breaths between everything or else I'll be out of breath for 30 mins after. Showering is a big pain in my ass. I don't do it every day anymore.

u/judogirl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is a great contest idea and an optimistic take on a poor situation! I'm sorry your card got stolen, but I'm glad it's NOT MY CARD.

This is the story of an item that helps stop fraudulence. As we all know, fraud occurs when what we are told is not actually true... There is one place that this happens far too often, right in our own homes! It happens to everyone from little children to the elderly. Even you have probably been a victim! What is this mysterious fraudulence?, you ask. Well, it is your bathroom shower! (Dun, dun, duuuuun). Every morning when you turn the dial to hot and water starts pouring out of the shower head is it really hot? How long should you wait? When will the fraudulent water temperatures end? Here is the answer! Help end shower water fraud!