Find out how Hansgrohe’s innovative Croma Select range offers the ideal shower experience at the touch of a button.
20 January, 2015
Always at the forefront of product innovation, Hansgrohe has now incorporated its intelligent ‘Select technology’ into the widely popular Croma Select range, allowing users to choose a choice of sprays at a mere touch of a button, even when the hand shower is attached to the wall bar.
“Croma hand showers are some of our best-selling products,” explains Steffen Erath, Product Manager for Hansgrohe. “We’ve now taken this very popular line a step further. The new Croma Select hand shower features an ergonomically designed long and slender handle, and its integrated Select button couldn’t be more practical.”
The range comes in three models and two different designs. The Croma Select Multi hand shower offers three different spray types: a soft rain shower, a powerful IntenseRain mode and a pulsating water jet massage. Then there’s the Croma Select Vario hand shower, which can regulate spray intensity, from a soft rain shower to the forceful TurboRain mode. And for those seeking an affordable option suitable for use in the bathtub, there’s the single-jet Croma Select.
Also of note, the Croma Select 180 showerpipe combines all components in one system: an overhead shower and hand shower with Select technology in two different designs (E and S), an adjustable shower holder, a hose, and the Hansgrohe Ecostat Comfort thermostat, which allows precise setting of desired temperatures. The showerpipe is also available with a single-lever mixer. Importantly, as the shower system can be easily installed using existing plumbing connections, with no need for new wall tiling, it makes an ideal solution for bathroom remodeling projects.
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