The Niagara Earth Massage N2915V is both very water-efficient and very inexpensive. On the water-saving "soap" mode, it uses only one gallon per minute and only 1.5 gpm on "soak" mode. The spray has an infinite adjustment dial and can produce a fine needle spray, a forceful jet, or anything in-between. However, this showerhead receives relatively poor scores for comfort and ease of use in tests, and it's not as stylish as some. The Niagara Earth Massage N2915V is available in white and chrome finishes. The handheld version of this showerhead is the Niagara Earth Massage N2945. For a little more, the Oxygenics SkinCare 60120 (Est. $30) receives plenty of recommendations from owners and experts as a low-cost, high-efficiency showerhead.
ConsumerReports.org includes the Niagara Earth Massage N2915V in a recent roundup of showerheads. We also found reviews for this model at MetaEfficient.com and Tibesti.com, but owner reviews for this model are virtually nonexistent.
The Niagara Earth Massage N2915V is among the 18 models tested by ConsumerReports.org in this roundup of showerheads. Each one is rated for comfort, ease of use and hot water temperature.
Review: Showerheads, Editors of ConsumerReports.org, Aug. 2009
Editor Justin Thomas discusses his top picks for low-flow showerheads, one of which is the Niagara Earth Massage. He describes it as producing a "pleasant, massaging spray" and likes that it isn't aerated, so hot water stays hot.
Review: The Best Low-Flow Showerheads, Justin Thomas, Jan. 22, 2008
Environmental consultant Anca Novacovici recommends the Niagara Earth Massage N2915V in this roundup of the best low-flow showerheads. Novacovici likes the water-saving "soap mode" and the variety of massage settings.
Review: Best Shower Heads - Low Flow, Anca Novacovici