dealsdream spa 30 setting multi shower slide bar (new…

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I can install this on any shower, with no extra plumbing for the 2nd head? Also, this can be installed with silicone adhesive so no need to drill into the tile?

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@dellasanchez:

Yes it says you can use the included adhesive patches to mount it. No drilling no damage ro wall or tiles.

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Perfect timing. I needed a replacement for the first Dream Shower head that I bought off woot. The head is fine, but the hose is starting to break.

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I definitely need a new shower head, wanted a dual one. But I'm hesitent to get one with the bar like this, I'm thinking it will come out too far from the wall in my already cramped shower. Although it would be nice for the second head to be lower instead of higher. Anyone have experience with how well the adhesive holds up over time for the bar?

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@burns72: Don't forget that the Dream Spa shower heads that we have sold have a long warranty - I think most were limited lifetime. You should contact them to see if they'll send you a new hose.

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I bought this on the last Woot and was cake to install, although I am an engineer. Most anyone could follow the instructions that include so many pictures that you'd think it was a Lego set. Even includes some pipe tape.

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@burns72: I've never worked on this particular brand, but I have had to replace hoses before on hand showers. The ones that I have all use a pretty much universal hose size, so the el-cheapo replacements at the big box stores work just fine. Much less expensive than purchasing a whole new unit.

Although, I will also admit that after two or three of those (1-2 yr lifespan each) I wound up buying a replacement metal-wrapped hose, which was more $$ but is lasting far longer. Also looks a lot nicer.

Just my experience - FWIW.

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Reviews? Price comparison? My google skills must be off today!