The highly versatile hansgrohe Finoris simplifies daily routines and transforms the washbasin into a wellness hub.
4 April, 2022
Kitchen faucet with a pull-out spray has been a lifesaver. Washing woks and large pots, and cleaning the sink itself have become a breeze. Interestingly, hansgrohe brings the convenience of the pull-out spout from the kitchen to the bathroom with its ‘Flex’ variant of the Finoris faucet range.
At first glance, the Finoris bathroom faucet bears the quintessential hansgrohe aesthetic: minimalist and geometric in appearance. But the German brand’s DNA that is deeply rooted in innovation truly shines with Finoris’ subtly integrated pull-out spray that offers half a metre more operating radius. The pull-out spray glides smoothly back into its original position after each use thanks to its magnetic retraction mechanism. This simple yet effective solution makes it effortless to wash hair directly in the basin without the awkward manoeuvre to fit the head into the sink.
Clearly, flexibility and functionality are greatly enhanced with Finoris. Filling up buckets and tall receptacles in the washbasin is now an effortless task. Washing every crevice of the washbasin thoroughly is now faster and less stressful. In a deeper washbasin, an infant can even have a quick bath, saving time and water as compared to taking a bath in the tub.
To ensure ultimate comfort and sustainable use of water, Finoris even adopted hansgrohe’s award-winning shower spray technology. Choosing between PowderRain spray and smooth laminar spray is as easy as pushing a button on the pull-out spray, with both spray modes using less than five litres of water per minute.
hansgrohe understands that a faucet has to deliver on many requirements. Finoris comes in three surface finishes – Matt Black, Matt White and Chrome – for a splash of colour in the bathroom. The faucet is also available without the pull-out spray but in various heights to complement all washbasins. With Finoris, the washbasin has truly become a stress-free zone and more of a personal wellness hub that delivers a pleasurable experience every single time.
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