Sex In the Shower Dual Shower Head

Claire de Cerises Claire de Cerises
Sex in the Shower dual shower head
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I was curious if anyone knew how much space you get in between the shower heads (is it adjustable?) and how far the stream could reach. My boyfriend and I have a shower/tub combination that would require one person to stand closer to the shower head than the other if we wanted to shower together. We both are around the same height as well, if that is a factor. Thanks in advance!
12/29/2011
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
It's not really adjustable. It pretty much is how it looks.
12/30/2011
Eva Schwaltz Eva Schwaltz
I haven't even seen this before. Interesting. The reviews look like they might have the info you need, and you could always message them with your question.
12/30/2011
Claire de Cerises Claire de Cerises
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Originally posted by Eva Schwaltz
I haven't even seen this before. Interesting. The reviews look like they might have the info you need, and you could always message them with your question.
I found the reviews to be somewhat vague. Everyone seems to really like it, but I don't understand how it could work with two people if you have a small shower.
12/30/2011
Melissa Smith Melissa Smith
I would love to try this. I have a similar one at home.
12/31/2011
Claire de Cerises Claire de Cerises
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Originally posted by Melissa Smith
I would love to try this. I have a similar one at home.
How is the one you have? How do you like it?
12/31/2011
sktb0007 sktb0007
We will probably get one once we move. I'll report back then!
12/31/2011
Bullfanch Bullfanch
For anyone that is stuck with the smaller, shower-tub setup, this is what my man and I use:

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It's a waterpik brand 2 head system (ours came from Bed Bath & Beyond). One head is attached, the other is on a hose. Both can clip up into the same holder and are kind of "on top of each other". You can turn one on, you can turn both on. You can change the settings on each. You can aim one low, almost pointing it straight down and aim the other one towards the far end of the shower, or you can use one and pass the hose head your our partner.

It works really well for us when we want to shower together. We tend to not elbow each other in the face too much and we can each usually get a good stream of water for ourselves.
01/24/2012
samanthalynn samanthalynn
Interesting.
01/25/2012
Ilovelingerie Ilovelingerie
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Originally posted by Claire de Cerises
I was curious if anyone knew how much space you get in between the shower heads (is it adjustable?) and how far the stream could reach. My boyfriend and I have a shower/tub combination that would require one person to stand closer to the shower head ... More
About 6" inches is about how far apart they spread. As far as the stream, it is about the same as a regular shower(I also have a bath shower combination) and the stream reaches a little more then half way across my tub.

I don't know how tall you guys are, but I am 5' 6" and my Fiance is 5'11" and it works great for us!

The shower heads can move postioning.
06/26/2012
SexySoundLab SexySoundLab
I built my own dual head setup years ago mine has a valve to turn one head off if trying to conserve hot water. I love it but you should be aware that with duel heads your hot showers will only last half as long I built mine from pieces bought at a home improvement store.

I recently seen a duel head at walmart that is nicer than this fyi....
02/04/2013
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