In2ition Dual Shower Head Giveaway!

Delta Faucet just announced their In2ition two-in-one shower now features H20kinetic technology. Already a super-clever concept (Is it a shower head? Is it a handheld? Yes!), the In2ition now gives users tons of flexibility, a great showering experience and off-the-charts water savings. Read on to learn more about this breakthrough technology and how you just might get your own In2ition for free!

At the Delta blogger event this summer, I was given an early look at the H20kinetic engineering. The photo above shows off the internal component vital to creating the “big” shower experience consumers have come to expect — all the while using up to 40% less water than a typical shower head. As Josh Feldman explained,

This piece allows us to take full control of the energy that’s in water. We tell it how fast it’s going to come out and where, even how it’s shaped.

To determine that perfectly shaped and sized water droplet, Delta designers intently studied rain from various regions around the world. Turns out, the big, fat drops in rain forests were just what they wanted to emulate. Voluminous droplets plumped with air means more water-to-body contact for a luxurious yet water-efficient shower.

Below is a photo of some of the engineers behind the new technology demonstrating the difference in sprays between a regular showerhead and one with H20kinetics.

One Jetson Green reader will get that Amazonian treatment every day, thanks to our In2ition with H2O Kinetics giveaway! Since a big part of Delta’s research involved analyzing people’s less-than-luxurious shower experiences, we thought it would be fun to hear about yours. Leave a comment below telling us why your current showering situation needs a desperate makeover and we’ll pick the most deserving entry!

The rules are: one comment per person; use a log-in that shares your email with Jetson Green; this giveaway is available only in the United States and is void where prohibited. By leaving a comment, you agree to the terms relating to giveaways on Jetson Green.


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  • Efrie Friedlander

    Our house has TERRIBLE water pressure! It’s so bad that if someone turns on the sink in the kitchen downstairs or one of the hoses outside that the water to the shower doesn’t have enough pressure to make it upstairs (so your shower water gets shut off!). This also means I haven’t been able to wash conditioner out of my hair at home in the three months since we moved in, so I’ve taken to only showering at the gym.

  • Andrew Chalmers

    We have cats. We’d love to give our cats a good washing experience with the removal spray nozzle. Of course we wouldn’t mind getting the enjoyment of a good shower either ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/ecozebra Andrew Stone

    We recently fully redid our bathroom and I am not in love with the new shower head! This would be perfect!!

  • jill matyastik

    Fun- hope I win!

  • Kris

    We just moved into a 1960′s split level and most of the house is original. Many of the fixtures are old and waste a lot of water including the shower. My wife likes the great water pressure but I wanted a more efficient shower head. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of reasonably priced low flow options out there. I decided to try one and it saves water but barely rinses my wife’s hair and she it not too happy with me or the new shower head. So, winning this shower head would have a triple bottom line for me: I would save water, save money, and make my wife extremely happy (thus saving me!).

  • Benjamin Bruening

    We rent a very quirky rowhome built in the 1860s. We are always trying to make it more resource efficient without asking the landlord to spend thousands – and seeing our rent spike. This showerhead would certainly help!

  • http://profiles.google.com/briankmark Brian Mark

    Hey! So, I’ve recently moved from the spacious and luxuriant confines (if you can call them that) of a totally awesome Minneapolis apartment (replete with clawfoot tub, lovely showerhead, etc), into a studio in cramped, claustrophobic Chicago, where the buildings are so close together that having a window in, say, your bathroom, would only give you a view of a brick wall three inches away. To boot, my new digs sport only a stand-up, walk-in shower stall, with a goofy high-flow head. This showerhead would elevate my bathing experience (and my partner’s) in untold ways. Help me live the good life again. Please.

  • rachel noah

    The big thing that drives me crazy about our current shower situation is the fact that it is difficult with a low-flow system to rinse hair. There is not enough volume for the water to take the soap out, and that, combined with an overall lack of pressure means I’m in the shower longer on hair washing days than I’d like. I was once at a spa that had a rain shower. I could have stayed in that shower all day. It was wonderful. If this shower head could rinse my hair, give me a luxurious feeling and save water… that is AWESOME!

  • JP

    I’m always on the lookout for a good shower head, especially one with modern and functional design! My current shower head saves water, but it is certainly not saving my otherwise modern bathroom.

  • VicMatson

    Looks great too!

  • caveman664

    Smart savings and looks to boot.

  • patrick marasigan

    Awesome looking product that is water effiecient.

  • Sam

    Looks very cool. Thanks for the write up, and count me in for the giveaway!

  • Barbara Boyer

    My 12 year old niece was taking a shower in my 1950′s era shower tub combination. It suddenly dawned on me that the singing had stopped a long time ago. And she had been in the shower for an half hour!
    I knocked on the door and ventured a quess, ” Elyse are you having trouble turning off the water?” “I broke your shower” came the sob.
    “No baby, look in the drawer of the cabinet – see the rusty screwdriver?” . A wimpered yes was the reply.
    “That is what I have to use to turn it off, every other day or so. You didn’t break anything.”
    I thought she would be happy, but her next cry was”but now, I have used all the hot water!”
    This would be cool enough to make me rip down the tile on concrete, and install new fixtures. And maybe make my niece feel safe enough to stay at my house again. Photo is off 2nd rusty screwdriver – I will save you the horrors of the fixture!

  • ChKen

    I’m building my parents’ dream house and haven’t decided on the shower fixtures yet.

  • abbey

    awesome design!!! really would LOVE this shower head!!

  • djstarr

    I’d love to win one. Or even know where to buy one. Thanks for the chance!

  • bobcorrigan

    I am a big fan of free things. Especially free things that dispense water with H20KINETIC TECHNOLOGY, W00T. Thanks!

  • Domestic Diva

    We have a 50 year old shower head. Need I say more?

  • http://twitter.com/seanlaverty Sean Laverty

    Looks great!

  • Timothy Stevens

    While we do have a low-flow shower head, it’s often the source of frustration for our family. I have a three-year-old son, so the shower is close to four feet above his head. When I need to give him a rinse I have to lift him… he is heavy. My wife has an unnaturally thick head of hair, so rinsing out shampoo has become an involved process. I thought I had a solution to the problem; I would set my son on my wife’s shoulders! He is closer to the shower head, and since he is on mommy’s shoulders he could help rinse out her hair. I’m not allowed to share my ideas anymore…

  • DexterRexter

    We could put that cool shower head to great use!

  • http://twitter.com/mikebott Mike Bott

    My wife insists on a handheld, while I prefer the power/savings ability of a fixed shower head. This combines the features of both extremely well

  • eeLsirhC

    This is a comment. This is a comment. Now gimme da shower head.

  • Ashley k

    Oh gosh that sounds amazing! Want!!

  • Deb Christie

    I have NEVER seen a shower head like this. It looks exciting… if a shower head can be exciting. I’d love to have one.

  • Quintin B

    I was just looking at shower heads! We are desperately trying to update our first home with high efficient quality products. Currently we still have what looks like an old gym shower head that you have to stand perfectly still for. It’s very high flow and looks pretty gross. I love the combination of technology, design and efficiency of the Delta In2ition. Bonus, it would be way easier to wash the dog!

  • BrytonBeach

    gimmee

  • http://www.facebook.com/rob.adams.58367 Rob Adams

    I could use an outstanding shower head like this, it looks amzing

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1775577382 Doug Bursnall

    We have a square house, with a square show covered in square tiles, think I need a fancy square shower!

  • Adriang

    I would love to have one of these.

  • amy f

    this looks like an awesome showerhead

  • http://twitter.com/Condronomy William Condron

    This looks awesome, a great idea!

  • http://www.facebook.com/paula.cuellar1 Paula Cuellar

    Would love to have one:)

  • http://www.facebook.com/KevinPMorrow Kevin Morrow

    AyBition to have one.

  • http://Atomdavis.com/ Atom Davis

    it is my undying ambition to receive this wondrous fixture.

  • Nelson Labbe

    Looks like Delta is working at enhancing the shower experience while at the same time enhancing water conservation! Very cool. I would love to install that new Delta showerhead in a passivhaus that my wife and I are in the middle of having built in Virginia.
    Our first try with a water conserving showerhead was about 20 years ago when I installed a small showerhead that reduced water use but used entrained air to produce a great increase in the number of droplets while greatly decreasing the droplet size. The feel was okay around the head and shoulders, but the droplets were so small that the the water temperature would really fall off by the time droplets reached torso, legs and feet. Eventually I replaced it with a rainshower type showerhead. This was okay except for a couple of issues. One is that I think that it seems to use more water and the other is that it needs a good hard cleaning on a regular basis (not a pleasant experience working with a toothbrush sized scrubber to clean between each protruding nozzle at a foot above head height). Sigh.

  • Nelson Labbe

    Looks like Delta is working at enhancing the shower experience while at the same time enhancing water conservation! Very cool. I would love to install that new Delta showerhead in a passivhaus that my wife and I are in the middle of having built in Virginia.
    Our first try with a water conserving showerhead was about 20 years ago when I installed a small showerhead that reduced water use but used entrained air to produce a great increase in the number of droplets while greatly decreasing the droplet size. The feel was okay around the head and shoulders, but the droplets were so small that the the water temperature would really fall off by the time droplets reached torso, legs and feet. Eventually I replaced it with a rainshower type showerhead. This was okay except for a couple of issues. One is that I think that it seems to use more water and the other is that it needs a good hard cleaning on a regular basis (not a pleasant experience working with a toothbrush sized scrubber to clean between each protruding nozzle at a foot above head height). Sigh.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=72000210 Maria D’Alessandro

    this looks great. our new home will have hookups for dual shower heads. if we win this, i know we will buy the second! can’t wait! thanks!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamie-Leigh-Martin/100001003491135 Jamie Leigh Martin

    This thing would be awesome for my girlfriend’s sore muscles; she is on her feet a lot at new job, and it would replace our shower that is a million years old. Really, it’s /that/ bad. It doesn’t even come off the wall.

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  • Scott

    39 sq/ft bathroom, that includes toilet, shower, sink, and in-swing door. It sure would be nice to have one nice thing in their.

  • Lisa

    There is nothing more modern than floating toilet and sinks, and the bonus is that it definitely would make keeping the floor clean a quick chore with 4 kids in the house!! :)

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