When the water is turned on, an LED screen in the showerhead or hand shower alerts the users to the current reading of the temperature sensor. Too hot or too cold? They can move the handle to adjust the temp, while keeping their eye on the screen until they reach water nirvana. If they prefer a more visual clue, they can check out the three-color indicator: A blue LED screen symbolizes that the water is below 80 degrees; magenta means it’s between 80 and 110; red indicates water is higher than 110 degrees.
Temp2O™ showerheads come with six spray settings, including massage, shampoo and drenching. The shower head, as well as the handheld uses only two gallons of water per minute, which is a 20% savings over most standard models, says Leah Schubert, a Delta Faucet associate product manager. It’s good for a customer’s budget and Mother Earth.
Nope, not even one. The temperature sensor is powered by the water running through it. As soon as the water is turned on, the LED screen starts functioning; as soon as it is turned off, it shuts down. This isn’t low maintenance—there’s no maintenance.