Waterpik EcoFlow Shower Head Giveaway

Waterpik EcoFlow shower head

Earth Day is quickly approaching. So, I know many people are looking for ways to be more Eco-friendly (I know I am). That’s why I’m happy to share with you a fun pledge you can take while entering a sweepstakes. When you take the quick Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, you are entering for yourself and your city. You just check-off a few simple things you can do in the next year. Then, it will tell you how much of an impact you will make. Plus, you are entered to win some really cool prizes. I took the pledge. However, it told me that since I live in a city with less than 5,000 people and that the

challenge is based on a percentage of the population, in order to keep this as fair, cities with a population under 5,000 will not be eligible for the grand prize. All participating residents will be placed in a separate drawing to win other special prizes.

So, you can enter still win some prizes on your own if you live in a very small town, like me. :) One of the ways you can be Eco-friendly is to conserve water by purchasing a Waterpik EcoFlow Shower Head.

Waterpik® EcoFlow® shower heads are engineered to save water and money without sacrificing a great shower experience. Using the OptiFlow® technology – which optimizes the flow through the water channels and nozzles – , EcoFlow® shower heads improve spray force to deliver an invigorating shower experience and up to a gallon of water savings per minute ($100 savings), over traditional shower heads!

I received a very nice Waterpik EcoFlow shower head and it’s pictured above. We used to have an old, white plastic shower head. This shower head is much nicer. It feels heavier and looks much nicer in our bathroom. I did think the water pressure was a little less than our old one. However, I appreciated all of the spray setting options on it. Plus, the first time I used it, I shaved my legs. Usually, I run out of warm water when I do that. This time, that didn’t happen! I actually still had some left! I don’t think we really lost much pressure, so I think it’s worth it to save money and water.

Oh, and the shower head is also pretty easy to install. My mom put it in and only had a little snag at the very end when it was leaking near the head. However, she worked on it and was able to get it working perfectly fine within several minutes. Additionally, you can keep with up Waterpik and possibly get tips for conserving water on the Waterpik EcoFlow Facebook page. You can also enter below to win one of these nice Waterpik EcoFlow shower heads!


One Laughing Lindsay reader will win a Waterpik EcoFlow Shower Head.

To enter: Tell me why you would like to win a Waterpik EcoFlow shower head in a comment.

This entry is mandatory, if you do not do #1, you cannot do the “extra” entries. Comments like “enter me” will not be eligible!

Extra Entries
For each extra entry please post an additional comment!

1. Follow me on Twitter (let me know your handle in a comment).

2. Tell others about this giveaway (Tweet, Digg, Stumble, email, forum, meme, blog it, etc). You get one extra entry for each thing done. One Tweet allowed per person.

3. Follow my blog and tell me (or tell me if you already are).

4. Subscribe to my blog’s feed and tell me (or tell me if you already do).

5. Add my blog button to your blog (leave blog link).

6. Comment on a non-giveaway post. (Come back and tell me which one.).

Giveaway ends on April 25th at 11:59 pm EST.

The winner will be chosen via random number generator the next day and notified by email. If I don’t hear back from the winner within 48 hours of sending the winning email, I’ll pick another.

*Open to US residents only.

Disclosure: I received a free shower head as part of a program with MomSelect. No compensation was received. The opinions expressed are my own.


  1. Kelly D says

    I would like to win this to save water and take a nicer shower with the improved spray force

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