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Hansgrohe 04569 3 setting hand-shower for $80.10 after 10% discount CLEARANCE10 Coupon!

Joey_deals 8 10 September 29, 2016 at 01:14 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Build.com Deals
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Last Edited by Joey_deals September 29, 2016 at 10:23 PM
https://www.build.com/hansgrohe-04569/s1217625

UPDATE: Looks like there is a coupon that works on it, found it using the Honey chrome extension now that I am on my PC, 10% off with Clearance10

Normally $203, I bought one and really like it. 3 settings, you click a button to switch between the settings. Website says limited lifetime warranty. Fits on standard 1/2" U.S. shower pipe.
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couldn't get the hyperlink to work, posting from mobile/app
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Quote from Joey_deals View Post :
couldn't get the hyperlink to work, posting from mobile/app
That's an issue with the Build.com links. Same thing happens in Contests & Sweepstakes (my old stompin' grounds), so people started doing what you did -- posting a non-clickable link instead of a hyperlink. Copy/paste seems to be the only way to get to the right page on their site.
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Quote from MLx3 View Post :
That's an issue with the Build.com links. Same thing happens in Contests & Sweepstakes (my old stompin' grounds), so people started doing what you did -- posting a non-clickable link instead of a hyperlink. Copy/paste seems to be the only way to get to the right page on their site.
thank you! That's a bummer, but at least now I know :-)
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Just a heads up on quality of these click type shower heads and hand showers, they tend to break within the first six months. The internals are plastic assembled as a snap together and press fit system.

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Quote from bayareacooler View Post :
Same as this item @ $49.99?

http://www.costco.com/Hansgrohe-M...37999.html
when I looked online for the model #, I didn't see that, looks pretty similar though
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Quote from rob_dobbs View Post :
Just a heads up on quality of these click type shower heads and hand showers, they tend to break within the first six months. The internals are plastic assembled as a snap together and press fit system.
specifically the hansgrohe brand? I've had mine longer than that and it's been working great, no problems. My gf uses one spray setting and I prefer the more focused setting, so we've been using the click function multiple times daily.
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specifically the hansgrohe brand? I've had mine longer than that and it's been working great, no problems. My gf uses one spray setting and I prefer the more focused setting, so we've been using the click function multiple times daily.
Not just Hansgrohe but ANY click button type shower head or hand shower. Ive been on effects jobs where weve had loads of shower heads that were returns. We use them for parts when setting up water and fog/smoke effects units. Those high dollar versions have very similar, and sometimes identical internals as the cheaper no name brands.
Personally, the best quality ive found for shower heads and hand showers is Toto. The mist setting alone is worth it on them.

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Quote from rob_dobbs View Post :
Not just Hansgrohe but ANY click button type shower head or hand shower. Ive been on effects jobs where weve had loads of shower heads that were returns. We use them for parts when setting up water and fog/smoke effects units. Those high dollar versions have very similar, and sometimes identical internals as the cheaper no name brands.
Personally, the best quality ive found for shower heads and hand showers is Toto. The mist setting alone is worth it on them.
Well hopefully mine doesn't go out on me, seems pretty good so far. Also, commercial or high intensity use such as effects work probably isn't the same wear and tear as consumer usage and would void the the lifetime warranty that Hansgohe offers on this hand shower.
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Quote from Joey_deals View Post :
Well hopefully mine doesn't go out on me, seems pretty good so far. Also, commercial or high intensity use such as effects work probably isn't the same wear and tear as consumer usage and would void the the lifetime warranty that Hansgohe offers on this hand shower.
Should have noted the shower assemblies we use are sourced as store returns / parts items not bought new. Thats how I know way too much about shower units.
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