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Posted 16 May 2023

Magichome 5 Modes Filter Shower Head- Black - £11.89 @ Magichome EU / Amazon

£11.89£13.9915% off
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  • 【 Filter Shower Head 】 Our filter shower head is equipped with mineral balls to remove chlorine and other contaminants in shower water, helping to maintain the natural moisturizing oils of hair and body, protect our body pores.
  • 【 High Pressure Shower Head 】 This power shower head can increase the water pressure of shower. It has the density and strong water, which will make you get rid of all the troubles of traditional showers and enjoy a healthy rain shower.
  • 【 Anti-Blocking Silicone Nozzles 】 This shower head filter is designed with the anti-limescale silicone nozzles, which will prevent the build-up of limescale and easy to clean. It will give you a better using experience.
  • 【 5 Modes Showerhead 】 This powerful shower head has five different modes. Each mode is made to enhance your shower experience,get you wonderful shower experience in your bathroom.
  • 【 Upgraded Switch Button 】- We upgrade the switch button of this shower head. The new switch is better than the ordinary filter shower heads in the market, which is not easy to broken.
  • 【 Easy To Install 】 The shower head is easy to install without tools; simply screw onto any standard shower hose( G1/2 interface).
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  1. zworlds's avatar
    Does this remove iron from water?
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  2. PercyLongProng's avatar
    Such beads much wow
  3. seanieballs007's avatar
    these will blow the pressure release value. not for electric showers
    mikeyp's avatar
    Sounds like my wife when I speak.
  4. LitirateFool's avatar
    Anyone know how long the beads last before replacing?
  5. DryUrEyesMate's avatar
    Was advised by a plumber not to use these on electrical showers something to do with it restricting the flow to and damaging the unit
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