With an aesthetic inspired by the dahlia flower and the latest air-induction technology, the new Exhale showerhead from Kohler offers a breathtaking showering experience.
6 June, 2017
Nature meets technology in Exhale, the latest showerhead from Kohler. Combining the natural geometry of dahlia flowers and Kohler’s trademarked Katalyst air-induction technology, Exhale promises to deliver a breath-taking shower experience.
The polished chrome finish is resistant to both corrosion and tarnishing while the patterned spray face is made with a silicone surface that ensures ease of cleaning – simply wipe and rub the nozzle to clean off any mineral deposits.
Exhale offers a choice four spray patterns to ensure the maximum therapeutic effect and cleansing. Select ‘full coverage’ for large luxurious drops, ‘drenching rain’ for an exhilarating circular water pattern that mimics the rain, ‘massage’ to target specific parts of the body, and ‘silk spray’ for soft drops that are gentle on sensitive skin, children, and even pets. To change the selection, simply rotate the spray face.
Kohler’s Katalyst air-induction technology cleverly injects air into the water flow, increasing the volume of the water drops to create a richer, more plentiful showering experience while actually reducing the water consumption.
Exhale is available in a wall-mounted version or a slide shower version (both featuring the Katalyst technology). The slide shower version uses a maximum of nine litres of water per minute and earns a three-star WELS rating.
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