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So in my travels (meaning in my time researching products), I came across the EcoFlow showerheads from Waterpik.  I've read good things about them but I couldn't find the actual GPM on the Waterpik website (they just say "This latest innovation in eco-friendly technology reduces water consumption by up to 28%. Within one year, you can save more than $901 on your water bill - meaning this shower head pays for itself in less than 6 months").

 

And while it's all good and well to save $90 on your water bills every year...I still wanted to know the flow rate.  So I emailed their customer service.  And this is what I just got back:


Cristina:

 
Our showerheads have been designed in compliance with the Energy Bill passed by the federal government in October of 1992. This policy, which became effective January 1, 1994, set showerhead flow rates at 2.5 gallons per minute. The Eco-Flow shower flow rates at 1.5 gallons per minute.
 
 

 

For expedited service, please ensure your response includes all previous e-mail correspondence.

Thank you for contacting Water  Pik, Inc. and allowing us to assist you.

Jerri S.
Consumer Services
Service@Waterpik.com

 

 


Thought I'd shar  in case anyone wonders where the 1.5 GPM spec came from.