Earth 2.0 GPM Low Flow Massage Water Saving Shower Head by Niagara Conservation

Earth 1.50 GPM Low Flow Massage Water Saving Shower Head by Niagara Conservation

This Niagara Earth low flow showerhead is installed in our main bathroom. Our landlord installed it months ago. It hadn’t been put to use until just recently because we needed to replace our shower curtain. A few weeks ago we purchased an Organic Hemp Shower Curtain by Bean Products.

The Niagara Earth showerhead has 3 spray settings. Even though I know the Niagara Earth has a lower water flow than our evolve 5 Spray Pattern Maximum Flow Showerhead. I honestly don’t see a performance difference. Maybe I’m just not paying enough attention. My experience so far has me wondering what all the low flow showerhead uproar is about.

Granted the model above won’t win any style points with most consumers. There are other Niagara Earth showerheads that look more like the evolve product. If I’m remembering right the unit above came from New Mexico. I’d assume that conservation programs in that State give them away.

Where I live in Central Illinois the water rates are probably some of the lowest in the United States. We did have one year where the lake dried up enough that you could explore it’s bottom depths safely on foot. That is a very rare occasion unlike many other States who deal with drought conditions often.

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