Many of these complaints are of the benign variety. A young couple on the third floor may complain that the water pressure in the shower does not meet their standards. An elderly gentleman, meanwhile, may complain that, in his room, the issue is quite the opposite: the water barely tinkles out even with the knob cranked to full force. […]
Both of those sound like the same kind of complaint, not opposite.
Or are there people who have max pressure standards?
@PooltoyWolf@xobzoo I’ve been in hotels where there’s no pressure adjustment possible, and the line pressure is enough to make the shower capable of being used for production of the infamous “mechanically separated chicken”. It can be simultaneously flash-cooked if you have the temp cranked all the way to “too effing hot”. The “shower massage” is more of a riot control barrage.
Read the app reviews. Seems it doesn’t work with Alexa and bugs, attracted to the light to not allow the light to turn off. Yes, the first page says it does not need an app, but the specs give you a link to the Apple store, and Google play both of which had poor reviews.
These are pretty poor. I got them the last time they were offered. The motion sensor barely works: when my dog runs past it, it only comes on whenever he is less than 10 feet away. (And this is with it set at maximum sensitivity.)
Also, the Wi-Fi reception is pretty spotty. My tablet and phone can both get Wi-Fi just fine when I stand where I installed one of these. The lights, though, can’t at all.