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Buying Guide: Turn your shower into a relaxing oasis
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Buying Guide: Turn your shower into a relaxing oasis



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You don’t have to invest in a full bathroom remodel to completely transform the space. This rainfall shower tower system comes in at $220 and will make your shower feel like a high-end resort shower instantly.

Total Relaxation

This multi-functional shower panel has everything you need to turn your shower into a relaxing oasis. The overhead nozzle has a waterfall and rainfall setting, there are 5 body massage jets for deep muscle relaxation, and the hand shower allows you to rinse off fully. Each function can work independently, and all 4 modes can also be turned on at the same time.

Easy to Use

Even with so many shower options, this rainfall shower panel is easy to use. The 5 shower knobs control different functions so you can turn on the rain shower, waterfall shower, hand shower, or massage jets with a twist and control temperature and volume with the bottom knob.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love this spa shower panel giving it an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars. Customers loved that it took their bathroom renovations to the next level, and that it worked so well for the price. They also liked how customizable, strong, and consistent the water pressure was.

Rovate Rainfall Waterfall Shower Tower Panel System available from Amazon


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