Mighty Shower is a rainfall shower head that is fully adjustable and installs in seconds. Does it work? Read my Mighty Shower review.
About Mighty Shower
Mighty Shower is a shower head with a “super-sized spray pattern” that never clogs. The official product website is mightyshower.com, which was first registered in October 2016. Below is a screen capture of the official website from October 2016.
Claims & Features
- High pressure rainfall shower head
- 90 jumbo jet sprayers
- Adjust and pivots high and low, and side to side
- Improves water pressure
- Spray jets never clog
- Installs in seconds, no tools required
Mighty Shower costs $19.95 + $7.95 P&H and another $7.95 for the mandatory “Double Offer.” This brings your total to $35.85 for two units.
As of this writing, Mighty Shower is not available in stores.
Mighty Shower Review
If you find the idea of a peaceful rainfall shower appealing, the makers of Mighty Shower may have just the product for you. Mighty Shower is an adjustable rainfall shower head that pivots in multiple directions and offers 90 “jumbo jet sprayers” to offer a rainfall shower experience.
This is my preliminary review, as I am attempting to secure a Mighty Shower for a hands-on review. It appears to be a new product (its website registration only occurred in October 2016), and I don’t know of any consumers or reviewers who have actually used one yet.
That said, there are several things that I will be evaluating when I do obtain a Mighty Shower. I’ve reviewed a few other adjustable shower heads in the past, and the most problematic area is not the head itself, but the strength of the hinge used to hold the head in place. If it is well constructed, this will not be a problem, but cheap shower heads using a hinged design tend to droop under the weight of the head.
Installing a shower head is typically as easy as screwing it into place, perhaps with some plumber’s tape for good measure. The head itself appears to be designed with a familiar rainfall design that should work about as advertised. The product is made of a white plastic PVC-looking material, which doesn’t give us a good indication as to its durability.
I’m not a fan of double offers of which I cannot opt out. The “processing and handling” is non-refundable, and almost amounts to the cost of the shower head itself. Thus, if you decide to return it, you’re still out $15.90 in P&H costs.
Overall, I feel that if the hinges are constructed well enough, Mighty Shower should work as expected. When I secure a Mighty Shower for a hands-on review, I’ll update this space.
There is no shortage of rainfall shower heads to be found in stores and online. A similar alternative may be something like the Thunderhead high pressure rain shower head, which costs about $30 and has a 4.3 star rating among about 1000 customers.
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