European designed and stylishly modern, the GROHE Vitalio Joy 10" rainshower transforms your shower into a luxurious spa
Center knob allows for 360 degree rotation in either direction to customize spray width
A vigorous spray pattern to stimulate the skin
A pulsating spray for a stimulating massage
A rich spray pattern with many soft individaul drops
The Silicon nozzles are easy to clean, requiring only a quick wipe of a hand or cloth to keep them limescale free
Even distribution of water for a perfect spray
Innovative anti-scale technology lets you easily remove limescale
Radiant long-life shine that resists dirt and tarnishing
Save precious resources & enjoy 100% water comfort
All GROHE showers are backed by a limited lifetime warranty
Manufactured in Germany to the highest quality standards
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No, the water control has to be done by a "wall" valve assembly. This is just the final part of the process, the shower head, but it is great
No there is no extension arm with the head. I used a Delta adjustable extension so that I could place my head where I wanted it and it works great.
Yes, it does, but not a lot. If you have the angle mostly correct, the pivot will make it perfect.
Yes, I think so, based on the specs and pics I have the of Euphoria 260 and the Vitalio Joy I own. If you check the Grohe site you will see that the dimensional drawing for the two products in the specs is exactly the same. So are the CAD data files. Grohe certainly didn't make it easy to find, so I guess this is a quiet rebranding effort, perhaps limited to North America.
No, this product is not sold in brass.
Yes you can plumb it that way. Be sure to get your straight shower arm too.
I have no knowledge, but consider this for brainstorming purposes: mine came with a little mesh screen like a half globe that fits inside the shower head nozzle that connects to the water supply pipe. If that's what you are talking about, it would also function as a sediment screen, keeping sediment out of the showerhead and avoiding clogging. After prolonged use this screen could be removed and cleaned, whereas if the sediment were allowed to flow into the showerhead all of the nozzles could become clogged and the showerhead would need to be replaced. At $70 this showerhead is an absolute steal but it would still be a shame to replace it needlessly.