WantBa 6 Inch Pressure Rainfall Massage Shower

Last updated date: August 2, 2022

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WantBa 6 Inch Pressure Rainfall Massage Shower

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We looked at the top Rain Showerheads and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Rain Showerhead you should buy.

Update as August 2, 2022:
Checkout The Best Rain Showerhead for a detailed review of all the top rain showerheads .

Overall Take

With high water pressure and a large coverage area, this showerhead is a winner. It's easy to assemble, and you can take it apart in a few minutes for cleaning. There's only one available spray pattern, but the WantBa is still a perfect choice for anyone who wants a high-pressure waterfall vibe.

In our analysis of 106 expert reviews, the WantBa 6 Inch Pressure Rainfall Massage Shower placed 14th when we looked at the top 18 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

HIGH PRESSURE RAINFALL MASSAGE – Shower head Offer consistent powerful spray performance even under low water pressure. As same as quality grade used in hotels. 57 jets to help cover the user in a broad. REMOVABLE FLOW REGULATOR- Excellent and powerful performance low flow to get spa – like showers. SOLVES HARD WATER-Very convenient/smart design feature to be able to detach the nozzles from the base for cleaning, easily remove any debris or buildup. ADJUSTABLE- Metal swivel ball allows you to adjust the angle of the showerhead. EASY INSTALLATION -2.5 gpm flow control, fits standard U.S. plumbing connections.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

18 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

1,378 user reviews

What experts liked

When you need to clean it, all you have to do is take it apart and thoroughly wash it before you put it back. It is quite easy to do it too.
- Best Seekers
The best thing about this model is that it features a solid 2.5 GPM flow rate and it is large enough to better immerse you.
- Shower Insider
Unlike other shower heads that keep everything packed away, the WantBa is easy to disassemble. This will make it much easier to maintain for continued and optimal performance.
- Tools of Men
It features a special design which reduces high water pressure to a tolerable level when it is put through the nozzles. This means that you will no longer need to struggle with a high pressure system that makes the water feel as if it is boring through your back. It also means that less water will be able to come out within any given period of time, greatly reducing your water consumption and impact on the environment.
- Home Spa Select
It is very easy and simple to install and doesn’t require sophisticated tools or advanced skills.
- The 10 Pro
Effortlessly rinses all the hair conditioner and shampoo out of long, thick hair.
- All Best Tops
Very easy to clean and assemble.
- Adversify
The really excellent feature about this shower head is that you don’t have to worry about having a low water pressure at home. The WantBa Rainfall High-Pressure Hotel Spa Shower Head promises to deliver outstanding results in low water pressure.
- Trusted Beasts
You won’t have troubles removing the restrictor. Just get a pair of tweezers to pluck it out.
- Shower Fanatics
The chrome finish on this shower head will not rust and is easy to clean. The rubber nozzles will not clog and will not allow mineral deposits to build up from hard water.
- Beyond Shower
This head is made from ABS plastic, but its chrome plated, so it doesn’t look cheap and blends in well. The ball joint swivels and is metal, but not brass so the build quality could certainly be better. On a positive note, you can actually remove the face from the head for easy cleaning; something you can’t do with other models.
- Pick Comfort
It is constructed from a quality stainless steel material and comes with a beautiful chrome finish and should fit most bathroom styles.
- Shower Head Guide
Easy to disassemble to clean and remove any buildup.
- Bestly Products
The nozzles are detachable for cleaning the debris and chlorine buildup.
- Fitzgerald Museum
Good water flow. The unit offers the standard 2.5 GPM water flow rate. So you can be sure that you’re conserving water and energy when using the unit.
- Shower Reports
Easy-to-clean rubber nozzles. If you have hard water stains problems, simply dissemble it and clean the nozzles to solve the hard water problem.Easy to install and maintain. Comes with everything for easy installation. No need to call the plumber!
- Relief In Bath
This shower head perfectly handles with its main task – it provides high water pressure even when the pressure in the system is low. The main feature of this model is the evenly distributed powerful water flow – the downpour effect (head size is 6 inches).
- Plumbing Master

What experts didn't like

May not be powerful but try to remove the water flow restrictor to solve this.
- All Best Tops
The shower head starts leaking after a while.
- Adversify
This shower head consumes a lot of water because of the increased water flow.
- Shower Fanatics
Although this showerhead has plenty of positive features and benefits to offer, it does not allow the user to choose any other spray pattern apart from the waterfall.
- Beyond Shower
Fixed spray pattern.
- Pick Comfort
Water comes out more narrowly than customers anticipated.
- Bestly Products
This shower head offers only one spray pattern. the waterfall pattern. So if you prefer to have a bigger selection to choose from, this might not be the best shower head for you.
- Shower Reports
No individual settings.
- Relief In Bath
You may hear a whistling noise.
- Plumbing Master

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An Overview On Rain Showerheads

When you’re looking for new ways to relax after a long day, taking a warm bath is often at the top of the suggestion list. Sinking into a bubble bath with a book or a glass of wine can take your stress level down a few notches, but you can enjoy the same benefits with a great shower.

What takes a shower from good to great? It’s all in the nozzle, baby. The showerhead that came with your bathroom gets the job done, but a rain shower head transports you to your own personal waterfall.

The way you install your shower head will affect how your “rainfall” feels. “If your existing shower head is already in the ceiling, you’re halfway to happiness!” says Vicki Liston, a home improvement expert and host of “On The Fly…DIY,” an award-winning show with fun tutorials. “Most of us have a wall-mounted showerhead to contend with and we have to make compromises,” she says. Liston recommends purchasing a smaller shower head (6 inches to 8 inches) for wall-mounted scenarios. If you have ample water pressure, you can get away with a 10-inch showerhead.

“If your water pressure is just ‘ok,’ choosing a small 6-inch head will amp up the pressure inside the unit and force water out at a higher rate,” adds Liston.  “If you have good to excellent pressure, venture higher into the 8-inch to 10-inch heads.”

When you’re choosing your ideal rainfall showerhead, take a look at its installation instructions, water flow rate and pressure levels, number of settings and cleaning instructions. For a more detailed look at choosing rain showerheads, take a look at our Tips & Advice.

The Rain Showerhead Buying Guide

  • Home improvement expert Liston recommends choosing a metal rain shower head instead of a plastic option. “Plastic may be cheaper, but you get what you pay for,” she says. “Plastic cracks and leaks much quicker and it can harbor gross bacteria.”
  • Look at the shower head’s installation instructions before you buy. Most of them install in minutes without any tools.  Simple installation means you won’t need to call a plumber to enjoy your new showerhead, and that will save you some serious cash.
  • You’ll also want to make sure that your new rain shower head fits your plumbing connections. Some showerheads fit most standard U.S. plumbing connections, but you should still look up the specs on your shower head connector to double-check.
  • Think about the type of shower experience you’re looking for when you hunt for rain showerheads. Do you want to wash your hair under jets that mimic a waterfall? Look for a showerhead that hangs directly above you for that outdoorsy waterfall vibe. Do you want to reach every nook and cranny with your rain shower head? A shower head with an overhead spout and a handheld accessory provides a more complete clean.
  • Each showerhead lists a “flow rate.” This number tells you how many gallons per minute your shower head will pump out. Think about your current water pressure situation when you’re looking at this number.
  • A high-pressure flow differentiates rain shower heads from standard showerheads. However, using all of that extra H2O isn’t great for the environment (or your water bill). Some showerheads come with a built-in flow restrictor, so you can reduce the amount of water you use during most showers and save the high-pressure settings for special occasions.
  • Take a look at the number of jets on your dream shower head. More jets equals more pressure and a more realistic rainfall experience.
  • Most rainfall showerheads offer a number of custom settings for a different vibe every time. Compare the number of options each showerhead offers before you buy. Some offer settings like rain, aeration and high-pressure waterfall. Others might only have one setting, but that’s perfect for someone who wants the high-pressure rainfall effect without extra bells and whistles.
  • Your showerhead will last longer and work more efficiently if you clean it regularly. Make sure your choice has easy-to-clean jets. You can detach the nozzles from the base for easy cleaning with some models.
  • To prevent lime and soap scum buildup on other showerheads, pour about six tablespoons of salt down the back of the showerhead. Follow that with a half-cup of a hot water and vinegar mixture, then place the showerhead (holes down) in the rest of the water and vinegar solution. Swish it around for about a minute. After that, re-install the showerhead and let it run (with only hot water) for about 15 minutes. Your showerhead will be as clean as the day you opened the box.