The Temperature Controlled Shower Light Indicates Whether To Get In or Stay Out

The Temperature Controlled Shower Light Indicates Whether To Get In or Stay Out

Gregory Han
May 28, 2009

A dreaded sensation is jumping into the shower first thing in the morning when you're unsure whether the water has warmed up sufficiently. The (strangely horribly) named Hogwild 10690 Temperature Controlled Shower Light at first glance seems like a disco light show in the shower until you realize the red or blue LEDs change colour as the temperature increases or decreases, giving you a visual cue of whether you should stick you hiney into the shower or give it a few more seconds...

When the water gets hot (89 degrees F), the LED lights in the Hogwild 10690 Temperature Controlled Shower Light change from blue to red, we think especially helpful for the elderly and young (or extremely geeky). Designed to fit a standard shower pipe, the Shower Light also acts as a flow regulator, letting through no more than 2.5 gallons per minute at 80psi while also giving your shower a nightlife glow as you lather up and rinse off.

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