Elegant and indulgent, the new hansgrohe Raindance E showerheads are here to wash your troubles away.
1 March 2019
Text by Andrew McDonald
Elegant, expressive and dripping with designer appeal, the new hansgrohe Raindance E showerheads have been created to transform the shower experience into one of luxury.
Designed by longtime design partner Phoenix Design, the Raindance E overhead showers and shower pipes combine a sleek contemporary aesthetic with generous surfaces, quality materials and a truly sophisticated water performance.
The Raindance E showerheads, whether in 30x30cm wall mounted or 40x40cm flush in the ceiling overhead options, offer a world-class showering experience, coating the entire body in seamless soft droplets. The improved air technology in the design of the showerheads as well as the specific arrangement of the individual spray jets, ensure a relaxing full body enveloping of water.
Not just a soft massage of water, the centre nozzles of the spray disc are placed closely together, making it easier to rinse out all traces of shampoo. The other jets are more spaced out and their gentle spray relaxes the shoulders and upper back.
In contemporary homes, bathroom designs are as varied as architectural style. The multiple components of the Raindance E shower range are all immaculately designed, and offer numerous possibilities for varied modern shower and bathroom areas.
In situations where the only source of water is an adjustable handheld shower, the Unica E shower set with its flat, glazed shower bar, sliding holder and matching soap dish, makes for an elegant solution that uses the same world-class technology.
Equipped with the water-saving EcoSmart technology, the nine litres per minute flow of the Raindance E showerheads isn’t just a cool design feature, it’s an economical and green one.
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