Mira Platinum offers an innovative and stylish alternative to conventional shower mixers, featuring precision temperature control, wireless technology and flexible installation.
February 26th, 2015
Beautifully finished in black and chrome, Mira Platinum, by Kohler Mira, is a striking feature in modern bathroom design. The wireless controller sets your preferred shower temperature with the touch of a button; your flow rate can be easily adjusted by turning the stylish chrome ring.
Additional features include programmable functions such as warm-up and eco modes and a digital clock display.
An optional Mira 360m Showerhead is also available, providing a luxurious shower thanks to a four mode spray, which is easily changed with a patented flip action.
The digital mixer unit is a small box, approximately the size of an iPad, that is placed discreetly out of sight in your bathroom. Easy for a licenced plumber to install, it can be placed under your bathroom vanity or in a ceiling cavity.
Thornthwaite Technologies / Mira Showers Australia
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