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Kiki 59 in. 6-Jetted Full Body Shower Panel System with Heavy Rain Shower and Spray Wand in Mahogany Style Deco-Glass

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  • RHINO ALLOY certified 304 stainless steel and solid brass valves
  • Heavy rain full body shower technology
  • 3 tier setting Euro-grip hand shower
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Product Depth (in.)
8 in
Product Height (in.)
59 in
Product Width (in.)
20.75 in


Rich Mahogany Styled
Adjustable Heads,Adjustable Stream,Low Lead,Pull out sprayer,Tamper Resistant,Tarnish Resistant
Flow rate (gallons per minute)
Included Components
Hand Shower,Handles,Supply Lines
Number of Faucet Handles
Quadruple Handle
Number of Jets
Product Weight (lb.)
28 lb
Shower System Product Type
Shower Tower

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Lifetime Warranty

Product Overview

The ANZZI Full Body Kiki Shower Panel features hard edged 90 modernist angles in a rich mahogany style finish with Tempered Deco-Glass and accented with high polished chrome stainless steel trimming. Six high polished chrome plated swiveling Acu-Stream body jets provide a relaxing yet powerful water stream to massage the body. The fixed Heavy Rain showerhead hangs overhead releasing a steady torrent of soothing water from above. And finally, always positioned at the panel's flank is the Euro-Grip hand held sprayer with free reign reach of up to 60 in. And everything is controlled through four polished chrome plated thermostatic and diverter knobs.
  • Your order will include one (1) ANZZI kiki full body shower panel, one (1) heavy rain fixed shower head, six (6) fully directional acu-stream body massage jets, one (1) euro-grip free range hand sprayer, one (1) owner's manual
  • Six (6) fully adjustable and directional acu-stream body jets in polished chrome
  • Four (4) shower control knobs
  • Fixed overhead shower with heavy rain water pressure technology
  • Free reign euro-grip handheld sprayer with 60 in. reach in polished chrome
  • Rich mahogany styled finish with polished chrome stainless steel trimming
  • Water saving 1.8 GPM flow rate
  • Crafted using RHINO ALLOY certified 304 stainless steel, solid brass valves
  • Water diverter control for fully customizable shower experience
  • Ships from warehouse within 24 hours of order processing
  • Lifetime warranty
  • To speak to a knowledgeable and dedicated ANZZI specialist simply call 1-844-44-ANZZI or visit us on the web at www.ANZZI.com

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FeaturesBody Spray,Easy to Install,High Pressure,Hot/Cold Indicators,Kink Free Hose,LED,Self-cleaning NozzlesAdjustable Heads,Adjustable Stream,Low Lead,Pull out sprayer,Tamper Resistant,Tarnish ResistantNo Additional FeaturesPull out sprayer,Self-cleaning Nozzles,Spot Resistant
Included ComponentsAll Mounting HardwareHand Shower,Handles,Supply LinesAll Mounting HardwareAll Mounting Hardware,Hand Shower,Handles,Pressure Balance/Scald Guard,Supply Lines
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We own two other (different) shower panels, and because we love the idea of enjoying a “spa-like”...
We own two other (different) shower panels, and because we love the idea of enjoying a “spa-like” experience at a fraction of the cost of fitting out a built-in shower, we decided to try this one for a third bath. Having done that, we can report that this shower panel is far and away the best one of them all. Here’s why: Unlike our other panels, no separate wall-mounted faucet control is required to turn on the water to this unit – this means there is one less faucet handle protruding from the wall. Unlike our other panels (which source their water at the shower head, and control the flow with an existing shower valve sticking out of the wall), this panel regulates the water flow and temperature using only the valves that are built into the panel. The panel design is simple but elegant (see pictures). In our opinion, this is a real plus in terms of aesthetics, but of course separate hot and cold-water lines are required to supply water to this unit. If like us, you are installing this unit to replace a conventional wall-mounted shower head, you are likely to need plumbing modifications to bring separate hot- and cold-water lines directly to the area where you intend to mount this panel. We were re-plumbing our bath anyway, so we removed the main shower valve and extended the incoming hot- and cold-water lines from there to the area where we mounted the panel. For convenience, we installed a separate water shutoff in the wall behind this panel so that we could service the panel without having to shut off the house water. The shut-off is hidden by the panel itself for a nice, clean look. The other thing we really love about this panel, is the ability to run all three modes (shower, body and wand) SIMULTANEOUSLY. Many similar panels (including the two others that we have) permit the use of one mode at a time, or split duty between two modes with a resulting loss of water pressure and volume. We did not experience ANY loss of water volume or pressure here when using multiple modes. We enjoyed a really satisfying shower experience. This panel is elegant. Instead of a gangly shower head sticking out from above, the panel head is integrated with the wall panel. We think this makes for a sleek modern form, and a pleasing design; one that’s simple & understated. The rain shower footprint is adequate, though not generous. As others have noted it is a fixed position. We would have preferred the ability to direct the flow from side-to-side and/or back-to-front, which we think could be integrated into the design by allowing the shower jets to pivot inside the head, in a similar way to the pivot action of the body jets that allow for 360-degree motion. Water pressure is impressive, even when all modes (shower, body, wand) are running simultaneously. The pressure is regulated by turning each of the control knobs (one knob each for shower, body and wand) counterclockwise, which starts the flow of water to that mode. As the knob is turned, water volume increases from off, to a sprinkle to a strong stream. Each knob identifies the mode by a simple picture icon engraved on the surface of the knob. Classy. Depending upon your plumbing configuration, the installation can be exceptionally easy or quite cumbersome. Assuming, as noted above, that you have the necessary plumbing configuration, all that will be required will be to secure the wall panel to the head panel (4 screws), secure the wand holder and wand hose to the panel, attach two mounting tabs to the wall with four screws, connect the hot and cold flexible hoses to your water lines and then lift the panel onto the tabs. Assembly is largely intuitive, although concise printed instructions are also provided. The panel surfaces are mostly shiny stainless steel, so it is good to know that the product is exceptionally well-packaged to endure the harshest of shipping hazards and it arrived intact together with all parts. It is mostly metal construction using brass valves and stainless fittings and fasteners. The mahogany style finish appears to be a scratch resistant acrylic type of material. The product has a limited lifetime warranty for residential use, with the usual exclusions for abuse, neglect and normal wear and tear. All told, we expect it should wear exceptionally well. Having tried other panels, we believe this is a superior product – we find it to be an attractive addition to our bath, providing a truly invigorating shower experience. The fit, finish and qualify of materials suggest it is also a good value. We would recommend this shower panel to a friend.
Response from ANZZI Customer CareDec 8, 2017
Hello Jayp,
We are glad to hear you are happy with your shower panel purchase.
We stride on producing the best quality of products for our customers.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to our customer service department.
You can reach us at arcs@swcorp.com
Thank you,
The Anzzi Team
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The ANZZI KIKI 59 in. 6-jetted full body shower panel system with heavy rain shower and spray wan...
The ANZZI KIKI 59 in. 6-jetted full body shower panel system with heavy rain shower and spray wand in mahogany style deco-glass is a classy shower panel. This is my first shower panel. I was not aware of these,till I saw this one. The panel comes pre-plumbed and ready to hang on wall. I have to wait a couple months before I can install mine. The instructions look clear enough for for a diy install. It will be a great shower.
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This is the greatest shower! It is easy to install, It has separate controls for all of the func...
This is the greatest shower! It is easy to install, It has separate controls for all of the functions and they can all operate at the same time! I couldn't be happier with the look and operation of this great shower system.
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Flawed beauty - the good and the bad
My wife and I run a small property business in Western Pennsylvania. We buy, renovate, rent, and sell homes. As a PA licensed home improvement contractor, I head up our small work crew, and we’ve done quite a few bathroom renovations. We have significant experience with shower towers. To explain what’s good and bad about this shower tower, you have to understand the basics of these fixtures overall. Shower towers are pre-plumbed, multi-functional units that hang on a shower surround wall and connect directly to hot and cold water supply pipes. Unlike the extensive work that needs to be done with traditional shower hardware, there is almost no behind-the-wall plumbing that needs to be put in with one of these units. There’s no rough-in control valve and no drop-ear extension for the showerhead. This makes installing or retrofitting existing water supply plumbing for a shower tower much easier and cheaper than other options for updating a shower. To install a shower tower in a stall with existing copper water supply piping, you cut out the rough-in valve, extend the hot and cold water supply pipes to a hole in the wall, solder on male pipe thread connections, and connect the two supply hoses from the unit. An installation technique for those worried that their water pressure is too low to get the full benefit of any shower tower’s features: it helps keep up your water pressure as it goes into the shower tower if you avoid using the more common 90-degree copper water supply pipe elbows and go with a 45-degree arrangement near the point of contact with the shower tower, as in Figure 1. Plumbers and bathroom renovators therefore love shower towers for their ease of installation. The less there is to go wrong with behind-the-wall plumbing, the better. And as the long-term, durable value of ceramic and natural stone tile shower and tub surrounds comes back into vogue, this means that getting to behind-the-wall plumbing will no longer be as straightforward as it was back in the heyday of cheap plastic shower and tub surrounds. But there are one or two main drawbacks with this unit common to all shower towers. If you do have a acrylic/fiberglass/glorified-piece-of-plastic shower surround, these things can be impossible to hang on your wet wall, unless you manage to screw the brackets into a conveniently located wall stud behind the surround. The shower tower itself, like all shower towers I’ve seen, is pre-plumbed with plastic polyethylene piping, and PEX has not proven itself under sub-optimal water and temperature conditions the way copper water piping has. But again, if there’s a problem, all you have to do is disconnect the hot and cold leads, lift the tower off the wall, and you can get right to the problem. Not to belabor the point, but if you compare the difficulty and cost of that sort of repair to fixing a rough-in valve that’s beginning to leak behind a tile-and-cement-board wall, it’s very easy to see why shower towers are becoming ever more popular. This is a very handsome shower tower. The wood-grained art glass would go very nicely with any wood or wood-look tile accents in a bathroom, which are popular and becoming more popular in contemporary bathrooms. Figure 2 is a picture of the unit taken in a custom shower stall tiled with imitation silver travertine and imitation white marble porcelain tile, yet the deep-polished stainless steel, an Anzzi hallmark, makes the design of the tower work very well here as well. There are certain things I don’t like about this shower tower. First of all, there’s the 90-degree head that drops water straight down on the user. It looks pretty nice, but mathematics make it awkward to install and use. The height of the control knob of a standard shower setup is usually set up at four feet, or 48 inches. The height of a standard shower head is six feet, six inches, or 78 inches. There should therefore be thirty inches between the centerlines of the two points. In the case of this shower tower, with its 90-degree angled head, the distance measures out to 38 1/2 inches from the centerline of the control knob to the bottom of the shower head. So, if you hang this so that the control knob is at the standard height, the bottom of the head, where the water comes out, will be up at 7’2.5”. The head is 1 1/4” thick, which means you will need 7’3.75” of height in your shower. Ready for the punch line? Standard residential building codes only mandate a height of 7 feet in the bathroom. You’ll be lucky to have 7’5” in most residential shower stalls. This thing will either not fit or be jammed up right next to the ceiling at that height. OK, so you should hang the shower tower lower, right? Let’s say you take it down to a bare minimum of 42 inches on the control knob centerline. That brings the bottom of the head down to 6’7”. Any tall person that uses that shower stall is going to have to stand directly under the falling water to wash. In my case, I’m 6’2”. The water will fall a total of five inches to the top of my head. The water falls in a square pattern out of the shower head, as illustrated in Figure 3. To be directly under the middle of the water area of the shower head, I would have (since the control knob sticks out two inches) six and a half inches of clearance to the outermost vertical plane of the shower tower. To put it mildly, this can get claustrophobic. The whole water-falling-straight-down concept become completely untenable if your children should commit the grievous sin of growing past, say, six-three. Second, I don’t like the handheld shower wand that comes with this unit, illustrated in Figure 4. It looks good in pictures, but I really feel that you should get something heftier than the chromed plastic tube that comes with this shower tower, given the price point of the tower. Third, as shown in Figure 5, the control knob is marked off in a way that shows the temperature of the water. At 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, the knob locks, and must be manually unlocked before it can be turned up to (supposedly) 122 degrees. There is no actual temperature sensor in this shower tower. Setting the temperature to actually match up with the increments marked on the knob would require installing separate hot and cold water control valves on the supply pipes of the shower and calibrating temperatures with a thermometer. We always put in gate valves for the shower water supply lines in the homes we work in, concealed behind an access panel, but this is not part of a standard shower plumbing retrofit and you will generally have to pay a premium to get it done by your plumber, at least here in Western PA. If the water heater temperature is ever adjusted on the water heater, or if the water heater is ever replaced, you’ll have to readjust the settings. Of course, water temperatures out of your water heater will also vary a bit depending on the operating mode your water heater happens to be in as you take a shower. Was the last water heating cycle 20 minutes ago? 20 seconds ago? Is it running now? Compared to a common feature of shower towers, an outgoing temperature sensor coupled to a digital display that tells you the actual temperature of the water coming out of the tower, the whole setup here is silly. Chances are, when you pay any plumber to put this shower tower in, he’ll just laugh at the temperature markings and let the numbers be what they will. I’ve seen shower towers that cost less than half the price of this one and yet had temperature sensors and battery-powered LED readouts. I feel something like this should be equipped with one. Finally, we get to the six water jets. One of them is illustrated in Figure 6. The spray can be directed out of each of them, but you can’t adjust them to a misting setting, or any other setting than a straightforward spray. If you’ve ever used a shower tower with misting jets, well, they’re the best part of the whole experience on a very hot day. The limited functionality of the jets was a bit of a disappointment to see. That concludes the list of things I don’t like about this shower tower. My overall view of it is that it looks very nice, but the features ultimately fail to impress and the setup of the thing is a bit awkward. I can recommend this product to families on the smaller side and I would like to re-emphasize that it does, indeed, look stunning. I would also like to re-emphasize that the company that makes it has a reputation for producing quality stuff. The overall construction is quite solid, as is the mounting hardware. One final tip about mounting this tower on the wet wall of your shower: use a diamond-abrasive drill bit to make your bracket mounting holes in heavy porcelain tile or natural stone. You’ll go through standard carbide-tipped masonry bits on a hammer drill very, very fast if you try using them to go through PEI 5 impervious porcelain or solid granite tiles.
Response from ANZZI Customer CareFeb 14, 2018
Hello BuyerBeware22,
We are very pleased to hear that you are happy with the look of Our Kiki 6-jetted Full Body Shower Panel System. We use special quality parts to provide the best and easiest installation for a luxury project. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our products, and will absolutely love to provide you with a 5-Star product for your future project. Please reach out and let’s get started our phone number is 866-588-8008. We are opened 8:30am – 6:00pm EST Monday thru Friday or email info@anzzi.com. Warmest regards, La Famiglia ANZZI
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KiKi full shower body is a very nice quality shower kit. It comes very well packaged and has all of the parts needed to install it into a shower. The fits and finish are great. The glass deco front panel adds a nice touch to and gives it a modern look and feel. The jets are nicely spaced and have a nice finish to them. The rain shower head is nice but I wish it did extend a bit more from the wall (or adjustable). I highly recommend having atleast 50+ psi available from your incoming service to take advantage of the jets and the shower head. Overall its a nice shower body that really becomes the gem of the bathroom.
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If you plan any major remodel for a shower you should consider this item. My wife says the trim makes this more suited for a men's only shower, but I like it. First piece of advice, get someone to help unbox, move and assemble. I ended up with some light scratches where i fitted the top showerhead assembly with the wall unit. You must attach this directly to separate hot and cold lines like you would with a washing machine with half inch screw connectors, so remember, you can't just install this without access to the plumbing in the wall. There are 4 controls. One for the temperature mix, which has a lockout over 100 degrees that you press in to turn to go hotter. The other three are the pressure valves for the overhead showerhead, then for the body sprays and then for the wand. Before I tore up my current shower, I wanted to see what the pressure would be like, so I attached it to a garden hose and got decent water flow. The install is straightforward, but please get help so you don't scratch the finish. Make sure you have a good solid wall area where the hanger brackets will go. This is a great design that gives a lot of shower options. When I move, I plan to take this with me, as there is no reason not to unscrew the brackets and and water lines and just pack it up. The install time is in changing the plumbing and making sure the brackets are solid.
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Is is something very nice i really recommend this shower...
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BEWARE - I bought this online and paid to have it professionally installed. The shower head has 5 rows and two of the rows were not working. Anzzi admitted it was a manufacturer issue and is only responsible for sending a replacement part. I have now paid much more than I paid for the shower to have it professionally repaired. MOVE ON to another manufacturer, it’s not worth the chance yours may arrive the same way.
Response from ANZZI Customer CareDec 14, 2020

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Response from ANZZI Customer CareMar 6, 2018
Hello Bhavana,

Thank you for your feedback. We are glad to hear you are happy with your Kiki 59in Jetted Full Body Shower Panel. We strive to produce the highest quality product for our customers. If you need to reach out to us please feel free to call us at 866-588-8008. We are available 8:30am – 6:00pm EST Monday thru Friday or email info@anzzi.com.

We appreciate your business and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you,
La Famiglia ANZZI
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