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KOHLER K-9245-CP 2.5 GPM Moxie Showerhead and Wireless Speaker, Polished Chrome Review My wife decided that she wanted to try the Moxie out after seeing it here. This is very strange as my wife is not very tech at all. We got this shower head and it installed in a breeze. I think it may have taken longer for me to walk to our garage to get the silicone tape and the tools.

The unit actually comes in two parts. The first part is the shower head its self. It is a flat round design with a conical whole in the middle. The second part is the Bluetooth speaker its self. The Bluetooth speaker is conical and slips into the hole in the shower head and is held in place with magnets. I moved the shower head around at times with fast jerk movements and the speaker stayed held perfectly in place. The speaker must be removed from the shower head so it can be charged with the included USB charging cable. We plug our USB charging cable into our iPhone charging block to charge it.

Pairing the device was a snap. You first have to hold down the clear button on the face of the speaker. The unit will beep and the clear button will start flashing blue informing you its ready to pair with your Bluetooth device. Pair your Bluetooth device with it through your Bluetooth settings menu. Once the device is paired it will beep and turn solid blue. Moxie is now ready to stream music! You control the volume of the Moxie with your connected device. To turn off the Moxie once again hold down the now blue button for one second and it will turn off.

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Delta Faucet 75700 Universal Showering Components 7-Setting Handshower, Chrome Review This does work and it’s a quality product so my criticism is more about the function. As it turns out, if you’re in the shower and you’re not that tall, which my wife isn’t, then you can’t reach the top portion to actually adjust this. And for me, a tall and pretty strong guy, I found that levers / little metal bars that are used to tighten and loosen the adjustment threads need to be pretty tight for the shower head to stay in the desired position. Not a big deal but when you’re trying to loosen it to make an adjustment, it’s actually pretty hard to do so if you’re planning on adjusting your shower head height and angle per use, you might want to consider these thoughts.