I'm looking to by a nice shower set and I found one that is relatively
economical: Hansgrohe 06116. I was wondering if someone could comment
on this set.
In particular, I'd like to know
1. Which of the fixtures can be on at the same time or is it all one
at a time?
2. Is thermobalance the same as thermostatic?
3. Does "2-Jet handshower" mean 2 settings?
4. Is it a good brand and is this a good (reliable) set.
Many thanks in advance!
Sorry I don't have time to look this up, but I have 2 hansgrohe shower
valves in my master shower and they are great. you can set the temp
once. ever. Like I haven't touched it in a year.
Aaron Fude wrote:
You are able to have the overhead shower and the jets going at the same time.
The handheld shower always operates solo -- neither the overhead nor the jets
can be on when the handheld is operating.
The water temperature control in our shower has stopped working twice. The first
time we replaced it. Now we just know that cold means hot and hot means cold --
it still works, but it did have two issues.
Now the hand held shower mount in two bahrooms have broken, leaving nothing for
hanging the handheld. The mount has a plastic component which simply wears out.
In looking for a replacement, so far, it seems we'd have to purchase the entire
handheld device just to replace the crappy plastic mount.
We've had the two showers and the fixtures for 9 years. By the way, a Hansgrohe
stopper in one sink, which likely was not used very often since it was in the
hall bathroom, broke several years ago. It will be replaced in about a week (as
will all the Hansgrohe in that bathroom). In selecting new fixtures for a powder
room, a kitchen sink, and now the hall bathroom, I have not even looked at, or
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