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LDR Industries

LDR 520 2433C 2-In-1 Permanent or Suction Showerhead Wall Mount, Chrome

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HK$ 441.00
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  • Chrome Finish
  • Pre-position suction mount or permanent installation
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Easy do-it-yourself installation instructions
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

You get what you pay for.This is a nice little product and a good addition to your shower. I received it today and it's been up on the shower tiles for the past 7 Hours with out falling. Some other reviews on this product weren't too favorable because of the suction not being too good. Others complain about it being made out of plastic. And they are legitimate complaints to some degree.About being made out of plastic, well, things do fall down. And should this be made out of metal and fall on the wrong foot that would constitute a law suit. Especially in the good old USA where you can sue any and everyone. So the manufacturers in all their wisdom made it out of safe plastic. And that is that! As far as the suction is concerned well, it's like anything else. You have to play with it until you learn how to handle it. If you tighten it up too much once it's stuck on the wall well, I found that to be the way to un-stick it. Release the suction as it were.Look, the bottom line is that it is a nice little item that if used properly can be a good addition to the art of shower play. So, in short, I do recommend it to anyone who just wants and extra grip in the shower. Because in all reality, that's all this is.4does the job once you give up on the suction cup Its just ok and does the job once you give up on the suction cup. The suction cup of course doesn't really work, they never do. It stays up for a while then falls down. I squirted some silicone on the back and slapped it up on the wall and voil its holding that handheld head like a champ with no falling. Its def plastic-y looking, you re not gonna fool anyone into believing this wasn t an add on item from Amazon, but if that doesn t bother you , and you have a tube of silicone caulk, get it. Your handheld head will thank you for not dangling him upside-down from the showerhead any more. 3Don't bother.I didn't have any problem with the suction cup. I cleaned the suction cup & the smooth fiberglass shower wall with rubbing alcohol, and mounted it according to the included directions; and it stayed in place for several months. After it finally fell, I cleaned the surfaces again, and re-attached it for another several months. The next time it fell, however, I left it off, since I realized that nobody was using it anyway.It's 3 separate pieces: The suction cup that goes on the wall, a hard plastic washer that fits over the threaded stud (which sticks out from the suction cup), and the plastic shower head holder that screws onto the threaded stud. The tighter you screw down the outer plastic part, the tighter the suction cup will hold (since the threaded stud gets pulled up into the plastic body, and brings the center of the suction cup with it.I did, however, have two major problems with the device. First, my Waterpik showerhead did not fit into the holder. I used a narrow sanding drum, attached to a drill press, to widen the hole. Unfortunately, the plastic is thin enough that I had to stop sanding it (out of fear of going all the way through the plastic) before it was wide enough to fit properly. It now fits well enough to use, but is very tight. The second issue I have with this device is that it holds the handle vertically (parallel to the wall) -- aiming the water straight out (perpendicular to the wall), and does not allow for any adjustment. I bought this so that a 7-year-old and a 5-year-old could shower more easily (and comfortably) by themselves; but since it will only spray water directly in their faces, instead of downward like a normal shower head, it's useless for them (and for anybody else, as far as I can tell).So if you don't mind having to modify it in order to use it at all, and you don't mind having the water spraying you directly in the face (instead of down on your head), go for it. Otherwise, save yourself some money and aggravation by not buying this useless piece of crap.1Not worth it!Sadly, I was pretty disappointed with this product. We have two shower heads and I was hoping to attach the second one to a different spot in order to get a surround-shower experience.The first issue came installing the holder. It was not an easy fixture to attach to the shower. There were multiple parts and it was confusing how to attach it without good directions.The second issue, our standard shower head didn't fit!! I tried adjusting it several times but could not get the shower head to hold steady.Finally, it kept falling off the shower wall. I would try to reattach it, but it would only stay stuck for maybe a few hours. For all the hassle, it was easier to throw it away.1Does what I need but some caution is required. Edit...still going after more than 2 years.I bought this after reading the reviews which I generally agree with. It is good and bad. However it worked as a suction device long enough for me to determine where I wanted to permanently mount it. It is mounted by affixing the base with screws then screwing the holder on. Before drilling anything I verified that when I screwed the holder on snuggly the larger open end would be on top so as to receive the hand shower handle. I rotated the base to permit that and marked the position I wanted on top before drilling the holes. I would not over-tighten the holder to achieve this because I think you could strip the threads.After I installed the base I ran a bead of silicone caulk around the perimeter of it and screwed the base on snug and verified the larger open end was up. The holder was then bedded in the caulk to give added support and prevent the holder from rotating with use. Satisfied it was secure and positioned properly, I cleaned off the excess caulk and let it set a day before mounting the hand shower in it. It is quite secure.3Works on a SLICK surface.This is a pretty good holder for a hand shower head. Being designed for mounting with screws or used with its' included suction cup, It works well enough. With the suction cup on glass, it adheres pretty well for a number of days although it's not permanent. If you want a permanent mount, you must drill holes in your tile and use screws to mechanically fasten it.The suction cup will not adhere to any surface that is not "slick as glass". With any kind of non-glossy surface, you must use the screws. The screws that were packaged with the holder are zinc plated steel. In a shower, I suggest you buy a couple of stainless steel screws for mounting. You'll be glad you did.Although the holder is listed as "chrome", it is not metal but is chrome coated plastic. .4Lightweight plastic, but does the job if screwed to the wallThe only reason I gave it three stars is because it's very lightweight plastic, not brass. But for $5, who can complain? From the picture you can see it's a two-part unit: base with suction cup/screw plate and the chromed plastic holder itself.As I'm mounting this outdoors to siding to hold the Dog Washing Hand! Awsome! Patented!, I screwed it to the wall using some stainless screws, not the supplied steel screws, to avoid any rust.You unscrew the holder off the base, then screw the base to the wall by drilling through the suction cup/base. This leaves what looks like a 10-32 machine screw (it might be metric) protruding from the base. You then then screw the holder onto the machine screw. It never really gets super tight, but it seems to hold okay.The tapered slot in the holder fits the taper of most hand showers fine. In other words, there's an "up" and "down" to the holder. Simply rotate until the taper is positioned properly. I'm using a beautiful and very flexible Extra Long Stainless Steel Handheld Shower Hose (8 Ft) (96 Inches) (2.45 Meters) that will really cooperate during dog washing sessions.As this is outside, I don't expect the chromed plastic holder to remain in pristine condition indefinitely, but it will be a good test.3Almost PerfectIt is very easy to put up, and it does stay in place. It's been up for a few months, using only the suction cup, and it's never fallen off the wall.If the surface of your wall won't accommodate the suction cup, and you don't want to drill a hole, you can always use some kitchen and bath silicone to keep it in place.The piece has a 3" diameter and fits nicely on a standard 4" X 4" bathroom tile. It sticks out 2 1/4" from the wall.Unfortunately my hand held shower head doesn't fit into it perfectly. It doesn't fall out, but it does twist to one side. All in all, I can make it work because the plastic has a little "give" to it - just don't push too hard or the wall mount will crack.Note regarding the size: the opening is slightly tapered so it's larger at one end by about 1/8". The opening measures 7/8" at the top and 3/4" on the bottom.4priceIts so perfect to have in the shower if you have the detachable shower head. You then have the option to move it to another portion of the shower. I didn't use the screws to have it be permanently installed - i just used the suction and it works great. Ideal for someone living in an apartment that wants to upgrade your bathroom5I pretty much hate it.Got it for the suction cup. The suction cup is worthless. I've tried different positions, i've cleaned, dried, re-moistened the surface. Everything. I would not recommend, I would not buy again. On top of the suction cup not working well, the mount itself spins, so if you don't have it perfectly horizontal when placing the shower-head in the mount point, it will slow turn and drop the shower head as there's nothing that really holds it in place. This is ideal since I bought it to lower the shower head to a level our small children could reach - you KNOW how good kids are at perfect alignment and always take great care to place objects just so... One side is slightly larger than the other which isn't immediately obvious but is integral to it working properly as well. It's alright because it's relatively cheap, but you're definitely getting what you paid for. The best unadvertised feature is the enormous and mysterious crash from your dark bathroom in the middle of the night when the shower head goes careening through the bath.1This is for a smaller secondary personal shower nozzle, Not meant for a full size shower head.Light weight Plastic, must be installed permanently, it will never stick using the suction cup backing it comes with.There's one way to permanently mount this, if you care to bother at all. it's what I ended up doing with minimal damage to the shower wall, this is only applicable to mosaic or other tile showers with grout lines.Don't use the two screws that come with it, find two very thin screws that have a big enough head to hold the piece in place and that are thin enough to fit within the grout lines of your shower tiles. Turn the back part with the screw holes and suction cup so that both thin screws fit in a line of grout, drill out the grout from below a ceramic tile with a thin drill bit, make sure you mark the 2 spots with a pencil where you need to drill by making a templet first, then tighten the screws into the grout making sure before hand, that the screws will not chip the tile. FYI don't worry that the rubber suction cup is in the way of the screws, just apply pressure as you screw it down and the screws will go through the suction cup without having to cut it or remove it.Don't waste your money on this, if you don't plan on permanently installing it into the tile in your shower. It simply will not hold, also this is not meant for a regular shower head but an additional shower nozzle of a personal nature. If you get it for a secondary personal hose line in your shower, it will work perfectly if you mount it as I recommended above into the grout only.3
LDR 520 2433C 2-In-1 Permanent or Suction Showerhead Wall Mount, Chrome

LDR 520 2433C 2-In-1 Permanent or Suction Showerhead Wall Mount, Chrome

3.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 441.00
Sale price
HK$ 441.00
Regular price
HK$ 728.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 287.00)