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Grohe Advanced Technology: EasyTouch

Now you can turn on the faucet without using your fingers, thanks to a smart battery-driven technology from Grohe called EasyTouch.

Grohe Advanced Technology: EasyTouch


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10 November, 2014


The folks at Grohe are masters at innovation. One of their latest inventions, called EasyTouch, lets users turn on the faucet without having to use their fingers – thus minimising the amount of dirt that gets onto their shiny sanitary ware.

With EasyTouch, users can start the flow of water simply by touching any part of the faucet with the back of the hand, elbow of lower arm. The faucet incorporates special sensor technology, which detects any contact with one’s skin.

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Grohe Minta Touch is one such faucet to feature this technology. The modern and minimalist design comes with a curved C spout and extractable spray, or a straight L spout and extractable mousseur.

It can be operated with just a light tap on its faucet body with the back of a hand or wrist. The faucet can also be operated with clean hands using the ergonomic lever, which benefits from Grohe SilkMove technology for precise and comfortable handling.

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