Which makes the new Australian nozzle — a doodad I — a more enticing solution. In practice, it works a lot like aerating shower heads before it: air is drawn in via intakes, which in turn makes the water droplets that hit you hollow (and larger), but just as energetic as an unrestricted flow. In geekier terms, it’s like increasing the perceived amperage while reducing the voltage. Shocking, right? (I crack myself up.)
The alternative to that, of course, is aerated shower heads, which suck air into the shower flow and bump up the pressure without actually using more water. Except that most aerated shower heads are either crazy expensive or just plain suck, with a tendency to clog and put you right back at square one with a trickle of water and a greasy mane.
Those that are looking for an excellent water-saving aerating showerhead should definitely check out the Mira Eco. This unit will save you a great deal of money, without hindering your showering experience. Be sure to check this one out right now!
The Aerated Showerhead creates the sensation of having a full and steady stream of water even though the water is now more like a wet shell around a bubble of air.