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    Best Shower Head for our new Reflection 303 RLS

    Just got back from our first trip and not too impressed with the shower head it came with. Has anyone replaced with one that has a better flow? I have heard Oxygenics. Does it provide better pressure or water flow?

    We only had one problem....the drawer under the TV and above fireplace flew out and broke the drawer glides. So lucky that it didn't hit the fireplace or break the drawer. Once fixed, I guess I will be using a bungee to secure it!!!

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    Oxygenics is a good upgrade. As with all of them, it improves delivered pressure. We have had several of them in our campers. We found the Yoo.Mee brand on Amazon last year and gave it a go. Works better for rinsing the shampoo and conditioner from Nikki's long, thick hair.
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    +2 for Oxygenics, have used them on current and previous trailers
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    X3 on the Oxygenics.
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    x2 for the Yoo.Mee

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    Thank you. Can I just keep the shower hose that came with the 5th wheel and replace the head with the new Oxygenics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by terryjo View Post
    Thank you. Can I just keep the shower hose that came with the 5th wheel and replace the head with the new Oxygenics?
    Yes, that’s what we did since the hose that came with our unit was a little more flexible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terryjo View Post
    Thank you. Can I just keep the shower hose that came with the 5th wheel and replace the head with the new Oxygenics?
    I did exactly that (and I have this one https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1); very easy change out. Only thing I did was get rid of that ring that holds the hose in place, I didn't like the restriction. That did cause me to have to caulk two screw holes. I also ended up putting this on over the caulked holes. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by terryjo View Post
    Just got back from our first trip and not too impressed with the shower head it came with. Has anyone replaced with one that has a better flow? I have heard Oxygenics. Does it provide better pressure or water flow?

    We only had one problem....the drawer under the TV and above fireplace flew out and broke the drawer glides. So lucky that it didn't hit the fireplace or break the drawer. Once fixed, I guess I will be using a bungee to secure it!!!
    We have a 337RLS and had a similar issue. I replaced the drawer slides with heavier capacity ones we found at Lowe's https://www.lowes.com/pd/Richelieu-2...Slide/50041762 , not sure on length, and installed child proof drawer locks on each side of the drawer to prevent opening past 3", similar to these https://www.lowes.com/pd/Dreambaby-C...-Locks/4682137 And +1 on the Oxygenics shower head, better pressure and less water. With 6 gal. W/H, we can shower without losing hot water.
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    Just swapped out the pitiful stock shower head for the You Mee one from Amazon.


    High Pressure Handheld Shower Head with Powerful Shower Spray against Low Pressure Water Supply Pipeline, Multi-functions, w/ 79'' Hose, Bracket, Flow Regulator, Brushed Nickel Finish
    Sold by: YOO.MEE Home Plus

    Night and day difference, and $24. Came with everything, the head screwed directly onto the stock hose perfect. Took longer to open the box than to swap it out. The replacement hose is longer, if you want it, but the shower in the 303 is only so big...

    The water flow is dramatically better, so the only risk is that if you were boondocking, water consumption is going to be a factor.


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