• @Arigion@feddit.de
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    55 months ago

    I’m curious. I’ve seen this exact type of shower (including the taps) only in Australia so far. Is it a common type in other countries too?

    • @DisOne@lemm.ee
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      15 months ago

      Definitely Aussie. Never seen it in the UK or South East Asia. Can’t speak for anywhere else

    • Ech
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      15 months ago

      If you’re referring to the overhead style showerhead, personally I’ve seen them in the UK (no idea if it’s the norm, but it’s what I had access to) and a few times in the US, though it’s definitely not the norm there.

        • Ech
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          35 months ago

          Most showerheads, in my experience, spray water at an angle from closer to the wall (like this), or are a more mobile version that usually sits in a similar position, but can also be used handheld (like this). A showerhead that sprays water from directly overhead is unusual.

          • @Arigion@feddit.de
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            15 months ago

            The shower head in the picture is a bit unusual because of the two screws on the right where you can adjust the head. If you loosen the one next to the wall the shower head tilts down and faces the wall (which is nice if warm water takes a while and you don’t like a cold shower) and with the other one you could make it spray the opposite wall. So it’s pretty versatile. (Or annoying if the screws can’t be tightened enough)