When this first arrived, I thought it was broken, lol. It turns out, that to make shipping it easier, and to lessen the chance of breakage during hipping, they place the water connections into the main shower unit, not attached. Just unscrew the top panel. It requires a regular sized Phillips Head screwdriver. Then thread the two brass fittings through the coordinating holes, and attach them into place with the coordinating brass nuts. Then just screw the panel back on. Now, unless you have a two-hole shower set-up already in place, this unit will require a replumb, even if you are not setting up the sprayer with it. It is not an either or situation, it requires a separate water feed for both the waterfall and the rain shower, shower heads. Now, no actual water line comes with this unit. You need to supply all of the actual lines to both head units, and then the sprayer unit. We are not fond of the sprayer unit. It is not made up to the same quality as the shower head unit, and main hand control center. Those are done pretty well.
Now, you can forgo the sprayer unit, and attach your tub feed into that port. Then with the switch over switch, it would go from tub to shower, not shower to sprayer. Our main concern with the sprayer is the threaded area where you would attach your water line. It’s plastic, and even with tape, can leak. The shower unit itself uses heavy duty brass fittings. The main unit with the handle, is where you attach the hot to one side, and the cold to the other side. The top feed is where the water comes out and heads to the shower head. You will need to supple your own splitter here, so one mixed feed heads to the rain shower head, and the other mixed temp feed heads to the waterfall feature at the same time. This main unit is heavy duty, solid brass, and made very well. It’s threaded perfectly on ours, and my husband who is in construction, is very happy with it.
They include two drive pins to install the shower head with. These are for a concrete wall install. More than likely you will need to get your own hardware that matches your particular construction setup. Overall, this unit has a very striking look. The majority of it is made well, and out of brass and metal. The oil rubbed bronze finish is really pretty. Mine arrived with no scratches on it. You need to have solid water pressure at your home, or this unit will not be overly enjoyable for you. It puts out a lot of water at one time, so your pressure needs to be pretty darn good. It gives your shower a very modern look, but with a classic color.
I received this for free. It was my personal idea to leave an unbiased and honest review. I was under no obligation to do so.- Votamuta Modern Oil Rubbed Bronze Square Rain Shower Head Faucet Valve Mixer Tap Waterfall & Rain Shower Sprayer Wall Mounted
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