Heavenly Shower @ Home for $102?

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  1. edekba

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    I remember buying one a while back and I don't recall it being that expensive.
     
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    Was it the double shower head with the connector? That's what this is. The hotel version of the speakman showerhead itself is < $29 on amazon.

    -David
     
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    I have the double shower head with the connector, but it's "square" rather than curved.

    One of these actually...

    [​IMG]
     
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    Build.com has them for $101.92 with free shipping.
     
  8. sobore
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    This is the 'real' heavenly shower:

    [​IMG]
     
  9. viguera
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    Yeah... and believe it or not the water tiles and controller are "relatively" cheap (single tiles are $120-150). The problem of course is putting everything together, of course. :)
     
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    omg where is that picture taken at??? NICE!
     
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    Is that a fireplace in the shower??
     
  12. sobore
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    Yep. Wish I could say this pic was taken at my house, but this shower is probably worth more than my house.
     
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    It is a really nice shower. And wow a fireplace in the shower.
     
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    looks quite nice, but I really don't see the point of having a fireplace in the shower.
     
  15. sobore
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    This happens when you have too much money. :p
     
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    Well it would warm the room. And it looks really nice. I gurss
     
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    I'm hoping it's a gas fireplace, not electric.
     
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    An electric "fireplace" is no fireplace at all. At a minimum stuff needs to burn!
     
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    not to mention the electrocution hazard in a shower.
     
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    too much money is an oxymoron
     
  21. mattsteg
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    Yes, electricity and water do not combine well, but that has not stopped up from utilizing electricity in wet areas. My water heater is electric, for example. It's more that electric "fireplaces" are crap.
     

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