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There's a cost to moving and/or treating water so it comes out of a pipe and is safe to drink in what would otherwise be a desert (SoCal). Are you seriously that obtuse?
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Must be something in his water.
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Check the diameter of your water meter and compare to your water bill. You might be getting billed for a larger meter than you have. You seem like an idiot so you may need help with this simple check
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Pointless in socal where they're handing out low flow shower heads free.
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Otherwise, super annoying because these are even worse than the older 2.5 gallon per minute heads that are already weaker than fully unrestricted heads (which you can get on eBay etc). Super weak flow in an absurd attempt to "save/conserve" water as if it's a limited supply resource. Right. When that happens, no rain = everything on earth will die. Not happening anytime soon because it's a water cycle...
There's a cost to moving and/or treating water so it comes out of a pipe and is safe to drink in what would otherwise be a desert (SoCal). Are you seriously that obtuse?
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There's a cost to moving and/or treating water so it comes out of a pipe and is safe to drink in what would otherwise be a desert (SoCal). Are you seriously that obtuse?
Must be something in his water.
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Pointless in socal where they're handing out low flow shower heads free.
https://scg-eecp.semprautilities....2K/THMKTRQ

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Otherwise, super annoying because these are even worse than the older 2.5 gallon per minute heads that are already weaker than fully unrestricted heads (which you can get on eBay etc). Super weak flow in an absurd attempt to "save/conserve" water as if it's a limited supply resource. Right. When that happens, no rain = everything on earth will die. Not happening anytime soon because it's a water cycle...
Some people pay for water. Some people are concerned about conservationism. Not everyone gets free water and don't care about the impact their wasteful lives have on the planet.

It's a great deal. In for 4...
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Pointless in socal where they're handing out low flow shower heads free.
https://scg-eecp.semprautilities....2K/THMKTRQ

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Otherwise, super annoying because these are even worse than the older 2.5 gallon per minute heads that are already weaker than fully unrestricted heads (which you can get on eBay etc). Super weak flow in an absurd attempt to "save/conserve" water as if it's a limited supply resource. Right. When that happens, no rain = everything on earth will die. Not happening anytime soon because it's a water cycle...
Somebody can drink untreated water?
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Pointless in socal where they're handing out low flow shower heads free.
https://scg-eecp.semprautilities....2K/THMKTRQ

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Otherwise, super annoying because these are even worse than the older 2.5 gallon per minute heads that are already weaker than fully unrestricted heads (which you can get on eBay etc). Super weak flow in an absurd attempt to "save/conserve" water as if it's a limited supply resource. Right. When that happens, no rain = everything on earth will die. Not happening anytime soon because it's a water cycle...
Wow, you're dense.
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Some people also live off grid and need to conserve water. If running on cisterns or wells, cutting water use in half cuts electric needs to pump half the water, cuts costs of heating water.

Anyway, for those less obtuse - I have tried out so many Niagara and other low-flows. Haven't ponied up the money to try a Nebia yet, but their newer version should work on variable pressure, so they say.

If sticking with Niagara, their Luxury Spa 1.5gpm worked the best for us in overall feel, ability to rinse hair. Their 1.5 Sava Spa second favorite, and their handheld 1.5gpm models are tolerable. As much as I wanted to love the tri-max, none of my family liked the feel of it, nor ability to rinse off.

Our other daily use is a 1.0 gpm Earteasy eco-luxury shower head. A little more expensive, but solid and metal, and super efficient while delivering feel of more than enough water in larger droplets.
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First time I've seen the word obtuse used differently. *Chuckles* I'm impressed 😂👍
Never seen Shawshank, eh?
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Never seen Shawshank, eh?
Gonna end up in solitary with phrases like that.
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I quit conserving water when I realized my bill was the same as my neighbors, but I used less than 1/4 of the water an average 3100 sf house used according to the bill...flooded the backyard for a lush green lawn ever since.
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Do these work with any other brand tub faucet and handle on top of it? Looking to remodel both bath and was wondering if I should buy them and hold on to them for coming weeks when I start.

Single-Control Pressure Balance Shower Valve
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