Delta In2ition® Two-In-One Shower Arm Mount Shower

Model #:75588RB

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Finish Shown: Venetian® Bronze
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$160.00
Exclusively available at Lowe's.

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Product Features and Benefits

  • Diverter lever sets In2ition Two-in-One Shower to one of three options: Showerhead and Handshower, Showerhead only, and Handshower only
  • Pause feature reduces the water to a trickle, allowing you to conserve water while doing tasks such as lathering up or shaving your legs
  • Soft, rubber spray holes allow you to easily wipe away calcium and lime build-up from the spray face of your showerhead and handshower with the touch of a finger
  • 2.50 gpm @ 80 psi, 9.5 L/min @ 550 kPa
  • Spray settings include: Full Body, Fast Massage, Full Spray with Massage, Massaging, Slow Massage
  • Includes 72 in. hose
  • Assembled dimensions: 10-5/8 in. H x 5-29/32 in. D x 6-15/32 in. W
  • Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty

Product Support, Repair Parts & Tech Specs

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Reviews

Delta In2itionĀ® Two-In-One Shower Arm Mount Shower 3.3 5 11 11
Fixed shower head leaks We loved this shower head at first, but after only about a month of use, the fixed head started leaking at the seams. We are very disappointed that this fixture is leaking, especially as we are in a serious drought, & every drop counts. It is very discouraging, after all the work of our remodel, to have this failure. May 7, 2015
Cheap This was an impulse buy. Normally I would do the research and find a quality product; but this looked good in the fancy display unit. The price should have been the clue that this is ALL plastic. I think Delta has a metal version for $200, compared to the $90 I paid for this one at the blue BB; the orange BB does not carry it. (1) it was easy enough to install, no major issues (2) it works just fine (3) everything is plastic: shower head base, hand held shower head, & hose (4) there's no shower arm included - but the shower head is so large that you will not need a long arm. I think I bought a 6 inch - all METAL - shower arm (5) the color is nearly black; whereas, the other metal fixtures in this remodeled bath have a rich oil rubbed look to them. (6) the removable hand-held shower hose extension is VERY stiff; I think Delta will replace it if you complain. (7) the hose is 72 inches long, so it hangs down right to the tub drain. (8) the removable hand shower is firmly held in place so much so that I expect something to break. Fortunately, this device is in the guest bath, so it won't get daily use. For the money, it's provides a nice shower; just don't expect it to last if you use it everyday. February 9, 2015
The Handshower internals snapped during installation. I purchased this items with great hope and expectation - seeing it was everything I wanted and judging by the reviews, it seems like the right one for me. I thought a few of the reviews that questioned the durability were just one-offs. Well, maybe I was wrong. I installed it as instructed. First of all, the Showerhead that screws onto the end of the pipe is easy enough to screw on with hand-tightening, but in order to have the Showerhead oriented properly aligned, you can't do it with your hand. You'll either over-tighten it, or you'll loosen it because the Showerhead's ball socket is so tight that you can't adjust it while hand-tightening it to the pipe. The instructions say to use a wrench to tighten if needed. Well, that's great - but the head that attaches to the pipe has a rounded edge. There is no flat grip for a wrench!!! So, I had to get some pliers and sure enough, it scuffed up the head. That was my first indication of the problems to come. Well, mostly everything else went fine and I was still happy to have to get this working and I noticed the hose was super stiff. I figure it would soften within time I guess, but I don't know why the hose isn't just a metal hose that doesn't have such stiffness. I have a $30 waterpik showerhead that has a metal hose. Okay, so I was content with it as long as it worked. As instructed, I hand tightened one end of the hose to the Showerhead. There is no real grip but I managed to do it. Fine. Next was hand tightening the other end of the hose to the Handshower. Well, sure I hand tightened it - but I guess my brute strength was so much that it snapped something internal in the Handshower. I heard a pop, and didn't know what it was except that it didn't sound good. It didn't take long for now the whole internal assembly to now pull out of the Handshower. Whatever snapped no longer secured this piece in and now it's unusable. (See picture.) If you push it back into the Handshower, it would stay put only until you turned on the water which will then send the Handshower flying off leaving the internals attached to the hose. Seriously, how does this even happen? I used no tools other than the wrench for the Showerhead. How in the world does my hand-tightening break a brand new unit? So, now I have to try to drive the 36 miles to the Lowes that I bought this from to try to exchange it - but I'm not even sure I want this model anymore. It has everything I seem to want, but I am afraid of the same thing happening. The hose is also too stiff and I still don't understand how the instructions say to use a wrench on the Showerhead when there is no grip for a wrench. But obviously, the most ridiculous thing is how it snapped so easily. I'm very disappointed in this. I really wanted it and seeked it out only to be so disappointed in the quality of the materials used that allowed this to happen. May 10, 2015
The internal part of the Handshower snapped out while hand-tightening... I originally posted this under Model 75588 but realized that I have the Satin Nickle version.. 75588SN. Reposting the review here: I purchased this items with great hope and expectation - seeing it was everything I wanted and judging by the reviews, it seems like the right one for me. I thought a few of the reviews that questioned the durability were just one-offs. Well, maybe I was wrong. I installed it as instructed. First of all, the Showerhead that screws onto the end of the pipe is easy enough to screw on with hand-tightening, but in order to have the Showerhead oriented properly aligned, you can't do it with your hand. You'll either over-tighten it, or you'll loosen it because the Showerhead's ball socket is so tight that you can't adjust it while hand-tightening it to the pipe. The instructions say to use a wrench to tighten if needed. Well, that's great - but the head that attaches to the pipe has a rounded edge. There is no flat grip for a wrench!!! So, I had to get some pliers and sure enough, it scuffed up the head. That was my first indication of the problems to come. Well, mostly everything else went fine and I was still happy to have to get this working and I noticed the hose was super stiff. I figure it would soften within time I guess, but I don't know why the hose isn't just a metal hose that doesn't have such stiffness. I have a $30 waterpik showerhead that has a metal hose. Okay, so I was content with it as long as it worked. As instructed, I hand tightened one end of the hose to the Showerhead. There is no real grip but I managed to do it. Fine. Next was hand tightening the other end of the hose to the Handshower. Well, sure I hand tightened it - but I guess my brute strength was so much that it snapped something internal in the Handshower. I heard a pop, and didn't know what it was except that it didn't sound good. It didn't take long for now the whole internal assembly to now pull out of the Handshower. Whatever snapped no longer secured this piece in and now it's unusable. (See picture.) If you push it back into the Handshower, it would stay put only until you turned on the water which will then send the Handshower flying off leaving the internals attached to the hose. Seriously, how does this even happen? I used no tools other than the wrench for the Showerhead. How in the world does my hand-tightening break a brand new unit? So, now I have to try to drive the 36 miles to the Lowes that I bought this from to try to exchange it - but I'm not even sure I want this model anymore. It has everything I seem to want, but I am afraid of the same thing happening. The hose is also too stiff and I still don't understand how the instructions say to use a wrench on the Showerhead when there is no grip for a wrench. But obviously, the most ridiculous thing is how it snapped so easily. I'm very disappointed in this. I really wanted it and seeked it out only to be so disappointed in the quality of the materials used that allowed this to happen. May 10, 2015
Works really well Only had this for about a month now, but it works well. This was my first time installing a shower head, but it was really simple. We don't have really high water pressure and we have soft water - this shower head gives us the ability to divert water to the shower head, the wand, or both... there is a nice spread of water with both going, but the nice thing is when you really need that focused blast, you can switch it to just the wand and use one various stream patterns to wash away soap. There is a notable difference between using both the head and wand and diverting to one or the other - the pressure is VERY different, but it's still way better than our old shower head. I love how well the wand is held by the main unit. I wish the hose was didn't get in the way some times, but I don't feel like that can be helped. I think it's mostly because I have a small shower. All in all, I've been very pleased with this product and I would buy it again - in fact, I will likely buy the same one for the guest bathroom... July 21, 2013
Great shower upgrade - Spa quality Sleek design and simple instructions made the product easy to install. The multiple settings allow you to control the pressure of the spray which keeps everybody happy. You also can pull the massager hose away from the shower head and rinse off leisurely. I would strongly recommend this product. I will probably buy a second one for my main bathroom. I am completely satisfied. March 19, 2014
Updated Experience - Hose Replacement Back in January 2014, Delta supplied me with a free replacement Model #75588. My initial experience was poor due to a new design plastic hose that was extremely stiff. I replaced the plastic hose with a Delta metal stretchable hose and since that time I could not be happier with this showerhead. I want to be clear that the poor design rating is limited solely to the original plastic hose supplied with this showerhead. The metal replacement hose makes this a really great package and I would highly recommend it. January 10, 2015
Poor design The plastic swivel ball was so tight I could not adjust the angle of the head. I was told to return it and check the replacement before buying. I check all the stock and they were the same. Sounds like a manufacturing glitch. December 27, 2013
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