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1.25 gpm WaterSense
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$39.95$64.95

(916 customer reviews)

*Patent #7,185,830
The Classics™ are the original High Sierra Showerheads® models introduced in 2011 and were constructed using a hybrid of metal parts and a single plastic part. Today, the new Classic PLUS™ shower heads are solid metal with no plastic parts. As with the original Classics™, they are small in size which makes them ideal for smaller shower enclosures and for over tubs. You will be amazed that such a wide and strong spray of large droplets can come from such a small shower head. Each one features our precise and self-adjusting flow regulator to deliver a constant flow over a very wide range of pressures (25 psi – 80 psi).


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Today, the new Classic PLUS™ shower heads are solid metal with no plastic parts. It feels uniformly warm, drenching, and there’s no empty spots between the spray. It truly feels like a shower that uses double the water. It also manages to deliver a splashing sensation without stinging. Top 5 Best Showerheads blog by Wirecutter: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/the-best-shower-head/#also-great-high-sierra-1-5-gpm-high-efficiency-low-flow-showerhead

 

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916 reviews for Classic™ Fixed Shower Head

  1. Phil E. (verified owner)

    2-minute installation with a wrench. Quality all-metal construction. 1.8gpm doesn’t feel like it’s water-efficient with it’s generous flow, but I trust it’s saving water! The water droplets are indeed large as stated, and it’s creates a nice effect. Not abrasive as with high-pressure jets, but substantial, so it’s easy to quickly get the job done in the mornings without standing in the shower for too long. The showerhead pivots far enough in every direction to get the water going where you need it to, and it stays in place. If practicality is important to you, then this ticks all the boxes.

  2. Jim G

    Fast delivery. Very reasonable price for the quality. I looked and looked for a quality shower head made in the USA. I found it. Worth the price and will recommend to anyone looking for a shower head made in the USA. The shower is great.

  3. Christine A (verified owner)

    I recently installed the 1.5 gpm showerhead. I love it! So much more enjoyable than my former 1.8 gpm. It feels like the full flow, “real” showers of yesteryear!

  4. Aaron Muir Hamilton (verified owner)

    1.25gpm doesnt seem like a lot, but it’s plenty with this design; I think it could probably work with even less.

    Way better showering experience than my previous 2.5gpm head. The trickle valve works a treat, and can be set half-way for a middle ground between trickling and showering.

    I used a pliers-wrench to install it; took just a couple minutes and it didn’t scuff or scratch.

    Classic™ Fixed Shower Head
  5. Tom Johnson (verified owner)

    Excellent product and customer service! Well-made, simple design..I’d expect this product to last for decades. And, Made in
    the USA! Just installed my second shower head.

  6. Matt (verified owner)

    A simple, solid piece of engineering. Works perfectly.

  7. Brian (verified owner)

    I had purchased one of these about 8 months ago to see how I would like the 1.5 gpm flow. I do not notice any difference while shower from my older 2.5 gpm flow shower head, but I do notice that there is less water building up on the shower pan and flowing down the drain. It does produce a little more noise but much. I have since purchased a second one of these shower heads for my other bathroom. I also like the metal construction.

  8. Benjamin (verified owner)

    I’m glad I found High Sierra and have started recommending to friends.
    The pipes in our house need to be replaced and probably the municipal water isn’t the greatest. It isn’t uncommon for us to have to replace showerheads every so often which is all too easy to do. Showerheads from big box stores are cheap and inexpensive; the materials used in their construction reflect that. This isn’t the case with High Sierra products. We also bought an adjustable extension and I’m certain these are going to last us a long while. I opted for an included trickle valve and it’s very convenient, my water usage has dropped significantly. So glad I stumbled onto High Sierra while looking beyond Home Depot for a new showerhead. Win-win.

  9. Anonymous

    I ordered a second Classic WaterSense 1.8 gpm with the trickle valve for the other bath because I liked the way it looks and the feel of the spray. Mainly I like having the trickle valve, because it makes me mindful while showering by letting me lather up and not waste water.

  10. Craig Siefkas

    I bought a ‘low flow’ shower head in the early 1990’s, 2.5gpm and sprayed in a cone. I checked onto a Navy Cruiser, and one our berthings four showers was missing a shower head. I put my nearly new one on and found I couldn’t use it because everyone else liked it also. Wound up getting two more. I’ve been using that same shower head for thirty years, but the rubber gasket finally started deteriorating. In searching for a replacement gasket, I came across these High Sierra shower heads. I got a 1.5 gpm and found it does NOT spray in a cone. It is not a bad pattern, but not like the one I’ve used for thirty plus years. The pattern is narrower, the droplets seem to be larger, and the spray not as cutting but what I personally feel is too much flow. I was talking to my brother, a greens-keeper, and he sent me a picture of one of the golf course hose nozzles they use to water greens. I sent him my 1.5 gpm and ordered a 1.25 gpm with the shut-off. To be honest, without the label and nozzle color I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the two as far as flow and pattern go. I had become quite adept at taking my old shower head apart to remove scale and replace o-rings, will be nice to not have to do that with this one.
    Some things of note: the head will ‘flop’ if it isn’t tightened on the shower arm adequately, and too tight means the head is quite difficult to adjust.
    The head is several inches long, about twice the length of my old cone type — If I ever redo the shower, I will raise the shower arm at least a few inches higher.
    Cost: This head is pricy — but I wouldn’t have bought two if I didn’t think it was worth it. Almost every component is made in the U.S.A. and it is worth it to support my neighbors and save water. Also, as I mentioned the rubber gasket giving out, I asked that they send a spare gasket along, which they did with no issues. I really appreciate that service.

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