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IHeat 2.5 kW 1.5 GPM Electric Shower Head Tankless Water Heater
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2.5 kW 1.5 GPM Electric Shower Head Tankless Water Heater

  • Can support 1 shower in warmer climates only
  • Consult electrician.Requires 30 Amp Single Pole GFCI Breaker
  • Same-day installation in most areas. Call 1-855-400-2552 by noon.
$89.00 /each

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The IHeat Hot Spot AHSH Tankless Shower Head Water Heater is a Patented Designed tankless electric shower head heater which has been developed with the up most quality and safety standards being tested and found to comply with NSF372 Lead free provisions. This electric tankless shower head heater is small yet powerful enough to be used as a portable shower where you may need to heat water. Designed with a completely water proof enclosure the Hot Spot has the ability to be used in the shower, outdoors, and even on your hunting or camping trips. The advanced technology allows you to choose up to 5 power settings. The Hot Spot is a powerful mini tankless water heater, but it does have its limitations, this heater should only be used with inlet water temperatures above 70F. The Stainless Steel heat ex-changer allows for several years of uninterrupted use of the hot spot.

  • Saves water costs by cutting down on long waits associated with waiting for hot water to reach your shower, hot water right at your shower head
  • Patented water proof design, keeps the consumer completely safe by isolating and properly grounding all electrical connections within the heaters construction
  • Patented design also eliminates the need to have to replace the heating element, by removing the unwanted air from the heating chamber
  • Tankless shower head heater connects directly to the shower nipple for fast easy installation
  • Shower head heater was designed with a great chrome finish and with all water proof construction to eliminate any interior moisture
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Name 2.5 kW 1.5 GPM Electric Shower Head Tankless Water Heater 6.5 kW / 240-Volt 1.05 GPM Point of Use Tankless Electric Instant Water Heater 8.5 kW / 240-Volt 1.23 GPM Point of Use Tankless Electric Instant Water Heater DHC 4-2 3.8 kW.58 GPM Point-of-Use Tankless Electric Water Heater
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Water Heater Features Overheat Protection,Wall Mountable Overheat Protection,Wall Mountable Overheat Protection,Wall Mountable Overheat Protection,Wall Mountable
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Can I plug this into my 110 V gfi ? Or is this a 220 V/

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Can I plug this into my 110 V gfi ? Or is this a 220 V/
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October 27, 2016
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AHSH2500 IS THE 110 V AND REQUIRES A 30 AMPS BREAKER.
AHSH5000 IS THE 220 V AND ALSO REQUIRES A 30 AMPS BREAKER.
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There are two model numbers:
AHSH2500 IS THE 110V SHOWER HEAD.
AHSH5000 IS THE 220V SHOWER HEAD.
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October 26, 2016
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Yes, the shower head is 110V compatible.
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How long is the power cord ?

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December 2, 2015
In the Spec's it does not give electrical cord length from shower head.
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The power cord is 70 inches long.
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The cord is 5 foot 10 inches.
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Its only 6 feet long
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Will home depot install this and how much?

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May 3, 2016
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Hello Linda,
This is a question for Home Depot, since this item is a simple connection to your plumbing nipple, and manageable electricity installation, you should always have a certified electrician do the installation.
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i need all info about this electric shower head heater such as model #
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December 16, 2015
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Hi Linda, please follow the link provided below to begin finding information about installation pricing and availability in your area and visit our Water Heater Installation page on Homedepot.com (link provided below). We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
http://www.homedepot.com/services/water-heater-installation/
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Can you add another shower head to it ie. like a massage shower head

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It comes with its own shower head, which is designed for the ultra low flow. If you try to use a standard shower head, you probably won't have enough flow to make a 'shower' (it will just dribble out), and you definitely won't have enough flow to operate a massage-type shower head. However, technically, the connection is a standard 1/2" NPT, and you could attach any shower head you want.
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no, it has its own shower head,the length is about 11 inches
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You can change the shower head its self for any of the ones you wish to have, as the thread is the same as your standard shower But the most important thing is to know that the larger the flow rate the less output water temperature you will have. What you definitely cannot have installed at the end of this heater is a shower arm sprayer, as shower arm sprayers can easily draw water out of the heater and Read More
You can change the shower head its self for any of the ones you wish to have, as the thread is the same as your standard shower But the most important thing is to know that the larger the flow rate the less output water temperature you will have. What you definitely cannot have installed at the end of this heater is a shower arm sprayer, as shower arm sprayers can easily draw water out of the heater and leave the heat chamber filled with air, and the next time you turn on your hot water you may dry fire the element. Read Less
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Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Alright for summertime Worked good the first day water was hot. After that just a little warmer than tap water. Waste my money. Easy to install. It would maybe good for a camp or something but not for home purpose October 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Stopped Working I'm confused on how to use this. The description mentions use for "Outdoor showers, Pool Side showers" and other outdoor examples, but the sticker on the unit specifically says INDOOR USE ONLY. The instructions say that you must locate the shower head a MINIMUM of 6 feet from the plug, but the cord is only 5 feet 10 inches. Plus, if the head is installed at the minimum height of 6 feet, that means the plug has to be 6 feet high too, since any angle would make it less than 6 feet away. There is no way to replace the cord, no way to hardwire it (as the instructions recommend, which is even more confusing), and you can't use an extension cord. More confusion arises on electrical requirements. It says to use 10 AWG minimum, but the cord is 12 AWG (which only supports 20A). It requires a 30A breaker, and it says it draws 23 amps - but the largest standard receptacle made only supports 20A (L5-20), and you'll only find a 20A breaker on an L5-20 circuit. Any 20A outlet you find will also only have 12 AWG wiring. Beyond all that, I tested it by connecting it outdoors to a 20A circuit. I set the flow rate to 0.75 GPM, and purged the air as per instructions. I started by taking power readings. There are 5 temperature settings; readings were, from Low to High: 9.5A, 13.5A, 16A, 18.5A and 20.3A. So at all settings except High, it was actually within the 20A breaker limit. Unfortunately, it always starts on High when you plug it in. I checked the water temperature with my hand when it was on High, and it was really hot - too hot for a shower, at least 110 F. Then I grabbed the thermometer to take readings, but something happened - I'm not sure what, but it basically broke. On High, it dropped to 90 degrees. My inlet temp was 75. It was still heating a little, but not like before. I adjusted flow to make sure the activation point was reached, but no success. Testing aside, I don't think this puts out enough heat to be effective even if it works as advertised. You would really want to use it when the water is very cold, which means you would need maximum heat, which means running it at 0.5 GPM. You're not going to get much shower at that rate. March 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good It does not work as it say .lost my money on this heater June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great if you have 30 amp breaker available the unit looks nice , unfortunetly the cord is only 6 feet long and the outlet is 8 feet away, so I was unable to get a good shower, I think it would work great , but the wiring is another bumble, as it requires a 30 amp GFI, and the wiring only has 20 amp breaker, so that was another set back,, please make one with a longer cord, and 20 amp able! January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this product I have it in each shower in my home. Its very usefull! December 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worthless warranty Electrician required for installation for safety, which was OK. We have low water pressure so that feature of this device was desirable. There is no hand held shower attachment which is undesireable. I bought 2 units for use in 2 bathroom showers. One works fine. One ceased working after 3 days and 6 showers. I have been very poorly treated by the manufacturer in my attempts to enforce the warranty. September 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great little unit I used this to boost the warm water in my shower. I do not recommend if your trying to use this with freezing water temps. It does a great job for me. February 25, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good for Emergencies or Outdoor Shower If you are on city water, decide which is more important, water pressure or temperature. The warmest temperature we got was the temperature I would give my toddler a bath in, and the water pressure was so low we had to double our shower time in order to rinse off properly. There is no way to adjust the water pressure on the unit itself. You have to adjust pressure using your tap. December 17, 2014
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