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Instead of simply dispensing water from a simple tap, water is delivered from 5 holes at the top of the kitchen. Water then travels down a big chute, which at the end tapers into a 5-inch-long tube of diameter of about half a centimetre, allowing water to come out in a nice neat dribble.
accessories include an authentic fibreglass chute designed to look like rocks in a real waterfall. Trailing plants included as standard; uplighting optional.
(post-posting: just looked at t-shirts page, I swear I never knew the waterfall shower existed...)
Another simple diagram by me. Obviously actual product would be less angular. [NickTheGreat, Sep 07 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
No chute, just a flat thingy the water runs over. [waugsqueke, Sep 07 2002]
Much more fun. [DrCurry, Sep 07 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
<dances a tap dance> [po, Sep 12 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||What are these "tap" things you keep talking about?
||It's a faucet to you americans
||[NtG] - "faucet"??? (btw, judging by my annos I'm based somewhere in dear old Blighty.)
||A tap. The think you have in a kitchen/bathroom or on a hose pipe that controls water flow.
||join me in a tap dance [nick]? (linky)
||Peter, never heard of tapwater?