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Argos Home 3 Function Shower Head - Black - £3 / White - £5 / Chrome - £5.75 ( Free C&C) @ Argos

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Wake up your morning routine with this great value 3 function shower head. With spray, mist and pulsating massage features, it ticks all the boxes - plus it's limescale resistant too. Easy to clean, it's suitable for electric, mixer and power shower systems.

Suitable for electric, mixer and power systems.
Easy clean.
Limescale resistant.
Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.

White : argos.co.uk/product/1448472
Chrome : argos.co.uk/product/1427266

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Standard delivery is £3.95, and delivery for large items starts at £6.95.

Returns - You have 30 days from the date of purchase to return your items.
Refunds will be processed by the original payment method. If you paid on card, it can take up to 7 days to appear back in your account, with PayPal refunds taking up to 30 days. You can return your items to an Argos store, a Sainsbury's Collection Point or by post (check your delivery note)

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Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?

They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.
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Weird looking air pods
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Roystrainset21/02/2022 11:54

Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower …Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower heads? Just found out about them yesterday and was wondering if they actually offer a big improvement? Example from Amazon here


Yes. We had a water tank and power-shower pump, but when the boiler failed, we had to swap it for a combi. The resulting shower seemed like a dribble in comparison - even though the shower was good quality (Grohe) etc. Since then, I have purchased more showerheads than you have probably had hot dinners - so here are my top tips:

1. Use a wide bore shower hose to get as large a volume of water from the mixer to shower head as possible. I use a Bristan HOS 150CC02 C - but I am sure that similar products are available.

2. Get a cheap "Ionic" shower head with the same pattern as the one you linked to. Don't get one with variable patterns - because the adjustment gubbins restrict the flow.

3. Remove the "Ionic" beads - they are nothing other than terracotta (or similar) and do nothing other than to constrict the flow.

4. Ditto - remove any constrictions/filters in the handle of the showerhead (drill them out - carefully - if necessary).

5. Ensure that the stainless steel (only get the stainless steel version - see later) plate containing the holes, is the same way round as illustrated (the water pattern is different/worse if you get it the wrong way round).

6. Enjoy shower that seems to be better than it was before and better than you will get using any other showerhead (in my opinion).

7. Get a cheap packet of citric acid in your favourite online store and soak the stainless steel shower plate in it from time to time - as those small holes block up with limescale real fast.
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yuppymike20/02/2022 22:30

Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few …Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.


Ever since Sainsbury's bought them and ruined the business.
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  1. Avatar
    Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?

    They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.
  2. Avatar
    yuppymike20/02/2022 22:30

    Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few …Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.


    I did manage to get black one few weeks ago for £3
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    Weird looking air pods
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    humdan42420/02/2022 23:14

    I did manage to get black one few weeks ago for £3


    Are you happy with your purchase? Was it an improvement over your old one?
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    AezM21/02/2022 07:28

    Are you happy with your purchase? Was it an improvement over your old one?


    I won't say best one. Good for money
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    yuppymike20/02/2022 22:30

    Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few …Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.


    Ever since Sainsbury's bought them and ruined the business.
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    I don't have the strength to care about Argos deals anymore.
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    Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower heads? Just found out about them yesterday and was wondering if they actually offer a big improvement?

    Example from Amazon here
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    Purchased. Thanks
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    I must have been lucky with my most recent purchases then, all been in stock and collected fine - normal argos and tu stuff
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    Thanks OP, found stock near me.
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    Roystrainset21/02/2022 11:54

    Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower …Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower heads? Just found out about them yesterday and was wondering if they actually offer a big improvement? Example from Amazon here


    The bead thing in that link specifically is a stupid gimmick. But the core physics of a 30% reduction in water egress area resulting in a greater speed ("pressure") of water coming out of the head is reasonable (same principle as putting your finger over the end of a hose). No first-hand experience, but it seems logical.
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    Roystrainset21/02/2022 11:54

    Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower …Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower heads? Just found out about them yesterday and was wondering if they actually offer a big improvement? Example from Amazon here


    Yes. We had a water tank and power-shower pump, but when the boiler failed, we had to swap it for a combi. The resulting shower seemed like a dribble in comparison - even though the shower was good quality (Grohe) etc. Since then, I have purchased more showerheads than you have probably had hot dinners - so here are my top tips:

    1. Use a wide bore shower hose to get as large a volume of water from the mixer to shower head as possible. I use a Bristan HOS 150CC02 C - but I am sure that similar products are available.

    2. Get a cheap "Ionic" shower head with the same pattern as the one you linked to. Don't get one with variable patterns - because the adjustment gubbins restrict the flow.

    3. Remove the "Ionic" beads - they are nothing other than terracotta (or similar) and do nothing other than to constrict the flow.

    4. Ditto - remove any constrictions/filters in the handle of the showerhead (drill them out - carefully - if necessary).

    5. Ensure that the stainless steel (only get the stainless steel version - see later) plate containing the holes, is the same way round as illustrated (the water pattern is different/worse if you get it the wrong way round).

    6. Enjoy shower that seems to be better than it was before and better than you will get using any other showerhead (in my opinion).

    7. Get a cheap packet of citric acid in your favourite online store and soak the stainless steel shower plate in it from time to time - as those small holes block up with limescale real fast.
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    creamola21/02/2022 15:27

    Yes. We had a water tank and power-shower pump, but when the boiler …Yes. We had a water tank and power-shower pump, but when the boiler failed, we had to swap it for a combi. The resulting shower seemed like a dribble in comparison - even though the shower was good quality (Grohe) etc. Since then, I have purchased more showerheads than you have probably had hot dinners - so here are my top tips:1. Use a wide bore shower hose to get as large a volume of water from the mixer to shower head as possible. I use a Bristan HOS 150CC02 C - but I am sure that similar products are available.2. Get a cheap "Ionic" shower head with the same pattern as the one you linked to. Don't get one with variable patterns - because the adjustment gubbins restrict the flow.3. Remove the "Ionic" beads - they are nothing other than terracotta (or similar) and do nothing other than to constrict the flow.4. Ditto - remove any constrictions/filters in the handle of the showerhead (drill them out - carefully - if necessary).5. Ensure that the stainless steel (only get the stainless steel version - see later) plate containing the holes, is the same way round as illustrated (the water pattern is different/worse if you get it the wrong way round).6. Enjoy shower that seems to be better than it was before and better than you will get using any other showerhead (in my opinion).7. Get a cheap packet of citric acid in your favourite online store and soak the stainless steel shower plate in it from time to time - as those small holes block up with limescale real fast.


    Thanks for the tips. Is there a shower head you can recommend?
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    Will these work with android?
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    Akay22221/02/2022 17:33

    Will these work with android?


    Not sure if they like Shower
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    Roystrainset21/02/2022 16:03

    Thanks for the tips. Is there a shower head you can recommend?


    Well, something similar to what you linked to BUT without the three modes - as the gubbins to achieve that, restricts the flow. You also want the shower head area to be as large as possible.

    Forget the brand names, the things with the beads in are all very, very similar - if not identical. I use one that is similar to B087P4VDBH on Amazon - but in looking at them for you, I think I am going to have a crack at "Ultrathin Shower Head" on our favourite Chinese express site run by Ali.
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    Roystrainset21/02/2022 11:54

    Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower …Has anyone with low water pressure tried one of those 'Ionic' shower heads? Just found out about them yesterday and was wondering if they actually offer a big improvement? Example from Amazon here


    I've seen some comments on here from deals of those where people reckon it was the cause of their electric shower breakdown
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    Thanks OP, exactly what we were looking for
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    yuppymike20/02/2022 22:30

    Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few …Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.


    ..." and here's what you could have won"

    I see a tip-bit, I bite, I press the link ....not in stock for miles around and no home delivery.
    It's a conspiracy!!! 😄
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    yuppymike20/02/2022 22:30

    Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few …Has anyone actually managed to buy something from Argos in the last few years?They used to be great but now, every single thing I want to buy from them…. Out of stock for both collection and delivery.


    It's been crap since the Sainsbury's takeover, either the senior management are completely incompetent or they're on a crusade to drive away customers by getting rid of the catalogue,shutting stores,stopping you reserving stuff and having virtually nothing in stock in their tiny broom cupboards in Sainsbury's.
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