Grohe unveils new flush plates
Dubai, July 7, 2011
Germany-based Grohe, a manufacturer of luxury kitchen and bathroom fittings, has introduced a range of new WC flush plates featuring innovative designs and high-quality materials.
Skate Cosmopolitan Leather is a unique flush plate designed for bathrooms serving as places of relaxation and well-being, a statement said.
The quilted or plain leather is available in four colours - black, white, red and brown.
The new flush plates which are available with two-volume flushes and start-stop function. Saving water is made easy by Grohe EcoJoy technology.
The new plates can be mounted vertically and horizontally, thereby allowing for the greatest possible freedom of interior design in line with personal preferences and architectural visions.
The Skate Cosmopolitan range includes WC flush plates with a mirror surface featuring anti-fingerprint technology. Available for two-volume and start-stop flushes, the plates can be mounted vertically or horizontally.
The Grohe Ondus Digitecture-Light flush plate incorporates colourful LEDs into a stylish flush plate. Available with a Velvet Black or Moon White glass finish, these square-shaped flush plates lend themselves to a wide variety of bathroom decors.
A round trigger button in the middle contrasts the square shape of the plate. The two-volume flush can be triggered in touchless or tip-on mode. The light surrounding the plate like a halo can be personalised at will by choosing between more than 200 colours from across the spectrum, ranging from cool blues and greens to warm red and orange shades.
A user-friendly controller allows adjusting the illumination to the desired bathroom ambiance. A timer can be used to deactivate the lighting. – TradeArabia News Service
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