The Metris S mixer from Hansgrohe brings together a simple aesthetic and advanced technology to give you clarity, and space for you.
September 15th, 2009
Hansgrohe believes that your taste is as unique as your personality. This has been the guiding principle behind the development of the Metris S mixer range, delivering three unique style worlds to suit your individual taste: Elegance, Style and Classic.
The minimalist aesthetic of the Metris S range offers clarity rather than complexity and simplicity rather than spectacle, free of ornaments and embellishments.
With its pin handle and geometric shapes, Metris S focuses completely on the essential, while offering high-grade material and technical properties that meet Hansgrohe’s high standards in quality.
Metris S brings superior ergonomics and safe operation together with clean-lined uncomplicated design, delivering a quality, durable mixer that you can enjoy in your bathroom for a long time to come. All Hansgrohe products meet the strictest quality criteria and all are tested and certified by numerous international authorities.
Hansgrohe mixers further distinguish themselves through an array of unique technological and design features – such as the ComfortZone for basin mixers, providing greater ease of use and accurate temperature control.
For Hansgrohe, less is more. It may not sound like something you’d relate to water, but the when you feel the soft, voluminous water jet of the Metris S mixer you understand what they mean.
The EcoSmart technology used in the mixer employs a flow limiter, which reduces the flow of water regardless of the pressure, and a unique aerator infusing the water with air, all integrated into the spout. This creates a full, luxurious water jet even at a flow rate of only 7 L/min.
Metris S – space for yourself.
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