13 Best Shower Flow Control Valves

List Updated December 2020

Bestselling Shower Flow Control Valves in 2020


Haiying Shower Head Flow Control Valves Brass Shower Head Shut-Off Valve With Brass Handle for Shower Head Hand Shower Bidet Sprayer Chrome Finish

Haiying Shower Head Flow Control Valves Brass Shower Head Shut-Off Valve With Brass Handle for Shower Head Hand Shower Bidet Sprayer Chrome Finish
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Doxwater BRASS Shower Flow Control Valve Water Pressure Reducing Controller Hand Held Sprayer Head Supply Shut Off Stop Switch Universal Replacement Part, Long Lever Handle Polished Chrome

Doxwater BRASS Shower Flow Control Valve Water Pressure Reducing Controller Hand Held Sprayer Head Supply Shut Off Stop Switch Universal Replacement Part, Long Lever Handle Polished Chrome
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • 2 pcs, BRASS BODY: One-piece brass body construction, ensuring quality and longevity.
  • BEAUTIFUL FINISH: Multi-layer chrome finish, build to resist daily corrosion, scatches and tarnishing.
  • ABS HANDLE: Extra long lever handle, made of Engineering Grade Plastics (ABS), easy operation.
  • Can be used as shut-off valve, water saving valve or pressure reducing valve.
  • 1/2-Inch IPS connection size, straight threads.

Water Flow Control Valve, Angle Simple Brass Water Pressure Regulator Bathroom Shut Off Valve Turn Off Water Switch Reduce Water Decive For Showerhead Hose Bidet Sprayer Brushed Nickel

Water Flow Control Valve, Angle Simple Brass Water Pressure Regulator Bathroom Shut Off Valve Turn Off Water Switch Reduce Water Decive For Showerhead Hose Bidet Sprayer Brushed Nickel
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • WATER FLOW CONTROLLER: this water saver is able to reduce the water flow or pressure, it can also shut off water completely.
  • SMOOTH OPERATION: the lever to control the flow rate slides with little effort which is easily operated with soapy hands.
  • STURDY CONSTRUCTION: solidy made of brass with ABS plastic lever for durability and longevity, not easy to get corroded.
  • UNIVERSAL FITTINGS: both the male and female threads are 1/2" IPS which is suitable for standardized shower heads and pipes.
  • USEFUL ALTERNATIVE: it's an attractive & functional alternative to the dripping shower head without replacing all the plumbing.

KES Shower Head Shut-Off Valve Brass with Metal Handle Polished Chrome, K1140B3

KES Shower Head Shut-Off Valve Brass with Metal Handle Polished Chrome, K1140B3
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Neady All Brass Shower Head Shut-Off Valve Brass with Brass Handle, Ceramic Valve,Polished Chrome Shower Flow Control Valves

Neady All Brass Shower Head Shut-Off Valve Brass with Brass Handle, Ceramic Valve,Polished Chrome Shower Flow Control Valves
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • All Brass Construction,Handle Made of Metal,not Plastic,ensuring quality and longevity
  • G 1/2 Male & Female, fits most shower heads and shower arms
  • Can be used as shut-off valve or water saver valve,Installed between the shower arm and the shower head

KES K1140B BRASS Shower Head Shut-Off Valve G 1/2, Polished Chrome

KES K1140B BRASS Shower Head Shut-Off Valve G 1/2, Polished Chrome
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • One-piece brass body
  • Can be used as shut-off valve or water saver valve
  • Quarter-turn easy operation
  • G 1/2 Male & Female, fits most shower heads and shower arms
  • KES takes responsibility for quality-related issues and offer replacement, please feel free to contact us. We will respond to you within 24 hours and will try our best to solve your problem!

Kabter Brass Shower Flow Control Valve Shut Off Switch,Polished Chrome

Kabter Brass Shower Flow Control Valve Shut Off Switch,Polished Chrome
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Brass Body & Handle : Brass construction, ensuring quality and longevity , Handle 1/4-turn easy operation, Shut off water supply completely
  • Chrome finish : Multi-layer chrome finish, build to resist daily corrosion. Rigorously tested to ensure quality performance
  • Can be used as shut-off valve, water saving valve or pressure reducing valve
  • Simple to install and is simple to use,fits most shower heads and shower arms
  • The total length: 1.57-inch. 1/2-inch Male IPS by 1/2-inch female IPS connections, straight threads

Showerhead Flow Control Valve

Showerhead Flow Control Valve
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • All brass construction
  • Saves water
  • Controls water flow
  • Polished Chrome finish
  • Fits standard shower fittings

HQMPC Brass body Brass Handle Brass Shut Off Valve Flow Control Valve1/2" IPS Chrome polished(2PCS)

HQMPC Brass body Brass Handle Brass Shut Off Valve Flow Control Valve1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Heavy Duty Brass Shut Off valve,brass one way valve,Solid Brass construction,no leakage
  • The package include 2pcs brass garden hose shut off valve
  • Solid brass body,1/2"G thread,easy to install
  • US brand: Serial No:87368276
  • This high quality chrome plated brass shower shut-off valve is installed between the shower arm and the shower head to control the flow of water

Water Flow Restrictor, APL NW02-2 Shower Head Pressure Reducer, Brass Shut-Off Control Valve with Short Switch, Brushed Nickel

Water Flow Restrictor, APL NW02-2 Shower Head Pressure Reducer, Brass Shut-Off Control Valve with Short Switch, Brushed Nickel
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Brass body, ABS plastic handle, brushed nickel plated, ceramic cartridge
  • 1/2-inch Male IPS by 1/2-inch female IPS connections
  • Installed between the shower arm and the shower head to control the flow of water
  • Adjust the water flow to the desired pressure with the easy-to-reach control valve
  • Can also be used with bidet sprayer or shower, control the water flow

Aquafaucet S-002 Shower Head Shut Off Valve Solid Brass Shower Flow Control Valves Parts, Brushed Nickel

Aquafaucet S-002 Shower Head Shut Off Valve Solid Brass Shower Flow Control Valves Parts, Brushed Nickel
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Brushed nickel finish, build to resist scratches and corrosions
  • G1/2
  • Installed between the shower arm and the shower head to control the flow of water
  • Can also be used with bidet sprayer
  • Adds about an inch to shower arm length

Shower Valve, Aomasi Brass Construction Water Flow Restrictor High Pressure Controller Universal Handheld Shower Hose Bidet Sprayer Switch with Lever Handle Brushed Nickel

Shower Valve, Aomasi Brass Construction Water Flow Restrictor High Pressure Controller Universal Handheld Shower Hose Bidet Sprayer Switch with Lever Handle Brushed Nickel
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • MULTI-PURPOSE: effectively water-saver, male and female threads both are 1/2"IPS , fits any standard size shower heads/pipes.
  • INNOVATIVE DESIGN: variable volume adjust, reduce the flow or pressure, shut off water, turn it on/off without standing.
  • WELL MADE: body constructed by sturdy brass, with plastic handle, won't get any corroded or leakage, ensuring longevity.
  • GREAT ADDITION: economical fix for bidet sprayer, showerhead, garden hose, plumbing upgrades, etc., simple to use/install.
  • SMOOTH OPERATION: moving part slides with very little effort, easily manipulated with wet/soapy hands, net weight: 0.15 lbs.

CRW Shower Head Flow Control Valves Shut-Off Valve Solid Brass for Shower Head Hand Shower Bidet Sprayer Chrome Finish

CRW Shower Head Flow Control Valves Shut-Off Valve Solid Brass for Shower Head Hand Shower Bidet Sprayer Chrome Finish
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Shower shut off vavle 1/2" IPS Male & Female is made of brass for showr head and bidet sprayer
  • 1/4 cutoff valve is to control flow and to prevent leaking while using water
  • It's used as shower head, faucet or bidet sprayer shutoff valve or water saver valve
  • One-piece solid brass body with ABS handle
  • Durable ceramic cartridge

Infertile Couple Finds Hope From Adoption

The mere thought of having to attend another baby shower with my fake "I'm happy for you smile" was devastating. I was 30 years old, married for 12 years and extremely happy with my marriage. I loved my husband. So, why was I so lonely and so depressed?

A child was missing in our lives and my heart was empty. Everyday activities, which should have been easy tasks, were becoming too painful to bear. I hated making that trip to the grocery store each week because it was evident that I would see numerous adorable babies. Merely walking past the empty bedroom in our house, which we had hoped to one day be the baby's room, had become dreadfully more painful than I ever imagined. For me, having to attend baby showers was the worst of all.

I worked for a large bank in the south with many women as employees. I attended probably 2-3 baby showers a month. When you are a woman going through infertility problems, the urge and desire to have a child is uncontrollable and unbearable. Baby showers, which usually last no more than 3 hours, seemed like an eternity. Playing cute little name games, drinking celebration punch, and watching a "soon to be" mom open her adorable presents should have been a wonderful occasion to celebrate. So, why did I drive myself home after each and every "wonderful occasion to celebrate" party with so many tears in my eyes that I would have to pull over, catch my breath, dry my eyes in order to continue driving?

My husband and I never imagined that we would have difficulties becoming pregnant. Why should we? As a teenage girl, you always assume that you would grow up, get married, get pregnant and have multiple children, grow old, and become grandparents. Life seemed so simple and so planned. It was not until after I was grown up, and after I was married, did I realize that life is not always simple. There is a plan though! You may not always be aware of the plan unfolding, but it is there. Although I could not see it then, God's plan for my husband and I turned out to be a beautiful one that I love to share with everyone who asks and even everyone who doesn't ask.

At the time though, life seemed so unfair. " Why? Why God? What did I do to deserve this?" I asked. I asked these questions daily trying to figure out if I had done something in my life to deserve this punishment.

I know now that it wasn't punishment, but when you are living a life of hurt, anger, and sadness, you start to question everything. At times, I even began to question my faith. My husband was my rock, my pillar of strength. Those days that I drove myself home from those baby showers, trying to dry my eyes up before I got home because I didn't want him to see me cry, he was waiting for me. Words did not even have to be spoken. I would walk through the doors, and he would be there for me with open arms to hug me and hold me. His hugs told me that it was going to be okay. He would whisper in my ear as he held me close that our day was near. He kept the faith for the two of us during a time that I felt like I just wanted to curl up in my bed, under the covers and never come out.

We wanted a baby so desperately! We were ready! And frankly, I was tired of waiting! We had been trying to have a baby for over 6 years, and were unsuccessful. Unsuccessful was not a word in my dictionary that I was willing to accept. So, after many hours of conversation trying to convince my husband that I wanted us to go to a fertility doctor, he finally agreed. I was so excited! I just knew that we would go visit the doctor, figure out what was wrong, he would fix it, and then in 9 months we would have a baby. YEAH!! Life was simple again. Right? Wrong! Once again, God threw us a curve ball and tried to let us know, that was not the plan he had in mind. We spent thousands of dollars, and about 3 years of our lives, trying to artificially have a baby. Once again, the word unsuccessful kept popping up.

It was December, 1995, and we had just gone through our third IVF surgery. It was close to Christmas and we were waiting to see if we had some good news. I had high hopes but the past disappointments were still fresh in my memory and heart. At times, my high hopes got the best of me, and I would spend the next several hours envisioning the many creative ways to present the news of a "little one" arriving soon. Christmas had come and gone, and shortly following was the storm of Mother Nature letting me know the bad news. I was not pregnant.

After this final surgery, my husband and I decided that the process of trying to get pregnant was playing such a negative role on my health and our emotional state that we needed to put an end to it. I actually felt a sigh of relief. I was so tired! My body could not take anymore! In the past, I couldn't bare the thought of giving up because I thought that meant that we would never be parents. What I didn't realize was that we weren't giving up; we were just changing our focus and our ambitions to a different way of becoming parents. I haven't mentioned this earlier, but both my husband and I are infertile. After my last surgery, the doctors determined that my eggs were "Superwoman" eggs. To those of you who do not know the meaning of "Superwoman " eggs, this means that the outer shell of my eggs are hard. They are so hard that nothing could penetrate them, and they actually broke needles while trying to inject sperm into them during the fertilization process. My husband is sterile, so with each and every IVF surgery, we were using donor sperm that we had both chosen. Our doctor had sat my husband and me down in his office to talk about the possibilities of donor eggs. There was not much discussion because my husband and I both looked at each other and said, "No! We are already using donor sperm, and now you are requesting we use donor eggs. At this point, the baby would genetically not be from either of us." Instantaneously, we decided we needed to put our efforts and focus into adoption.

As we later found out, this was the plan that God had in mind for us.
In October, 1998, we adopted a gorgeous 5 week old baby boy who we named Zachary Patrick Crook. We named him Patrick after my brother who passed away in January, 1996 shortly after we found out that our last surgery was unsuccessful. Before he passed, my brother told us that we would be having a baby boy soon. He proceeded in telling us, "What God take away, he would bring back."

Just writing this story puts goose bumps on my arms as I remember how our plan unfolded. Way before we knew it, our life was already planned. Our purpose in life is to provide a loving, nurturing home to a gorgeous, intelligent boy who may not have had a chance in life if we hadn't provided for him. I can not imagine our lives without him. He is what completes us. Ultimately, what gives me strength and courage to get through everyday life is just knowing that he is in our life. He is our purpose of life.

I am hoping that as you read this story, you will realize that we all go through some trialing times. We often lose focus when we feel like our world is crumbling around us. I am writing to remind you that we can't lose focus or faith. We need to always remember that there is a plan. Secondly, I hope that each of you reading this realized the importance of having a strong support team. Without my husband in my life, plan or no plan, my legs would have crumbled beneath my knees and I would not have been able to move forward emotionally or physically. Surround yourself daily with individuals who support you, understand you, provide strength, and make you complete.