An evolution in bathroom appliances from Sampford IXL
February 7th, 2012
The IXL Tastic has been a recognised icon in bathrooms across Australia for more than 30 years.
The design aesthetic of their best-known product the Tastic, has changed little over the years, however the introduction of the IXL Tastic Neo has launched the evolutionary process for the brand.
Architecturally-designed, engineered and made in Australia, the Tastic Neo is a statement of elegance.
Its modern design complements any bathroom – combining heat, exhaust fan and light units with a unique aesthetic.
The flush-mounted sleek design, houses the tungsten halogen heat lamps neatly behind the frosted toughened glass and uses energy saving compact fluorescent lights with gimbal-mounted down lights allowing flexibility in light direction.
The Neo is complemented by a 5-year in-home warranty and a 2-year replacement warranty on heat globes and in-line fan.
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