Grohe launches multi-use showerhead
Dubai, May 8, 2012
Grohe, a leading German brand for premium kitchen and bath faucets, showers and shower systems, has launched a new showerhead with facility for the different showering moods and needs.
The new Power&Soul shower features the Power Spray for a totally invigorating spray with Active Massage or the Soul Spray for the soft rejuvenating spray.
The Grohe Power& Soul line comes in a choice of designs, sizes and spray patterns – for any preference, any occasion and any style.
The product range is offered in minimalist modern Cosmopolitan design as well as organically shaped showers in contemporary style or nostalgic models in the traditional authentic style.
The range includes showers with diameters of 100, 130 and 160 millimetres. These generous proportions ensure the whole body is enveloped by water.
Featuring up to four different spray patterns, Grohe Power&Soul offers individualised showering experiences.
The Rain spray pattern gently envelopes the body, while the innovative RainO2 is enriched with air for a soft tingling feel. The Jet spray pattern eases tight muscles after a workout or a long day at the office. While the Active Massage spray pattern revitalises the body with a moving, circular spray.
A new feature is the innovative selection of the different spray patterns via Grohe AquaDirect. Positioned on the back of the hand shower, this new technology allows the desired spray pattern to be chosen simply by the push of a button.
Thanks to the Grohe DreamSpray technology, the different spray patterns are perfectly defined and immaculately delivered every time, a statement said.
For especially economical and sustainable consumption, there are Grohe Power&Soul showers with Grohe EcoJoy technology, which reduces the water flow without compromising on showering comfort.
The new line comes as handshowers, shower sets or with a wall holder. – TradeArabia News Service
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