Shower Has Sensor That Saves Water
ShowerStart Technology turns the water streaming from the the shower head into a trickle once the water has warmed to 95 degrees. This simple process saves gallons of water, not to mention the energy needed to heat it. Once you have completed your morning routine of stagnation and frustration, just get in the shower and flick a switch to regain normal water flow.
You will still have to wait for your shower to heat up, but at least now you won't be wasting water. We realize that this will be of little consolation at 6 a.m. on a freezing spring morning.
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