Rogerseller introduces two new luxury shower ranges to the design sector.
September 17th, 2009
Rainlight is the latest in shower indulgence, combining soft LED light with a contemporary flush mounted ceiling shower. The light activates automatically when the shower is in use and remains illuminated for two minutes after water has been turned off. ’¨’¨Rainlight is an easy to install, retrofit, water-efficient shower system and the polished stainless shroud comes in square and round profiles, both 365mm overall size.
The Mero shower system exclusively presents an ultra-slim, softer rail design with the latest in functional technologies. The smooth lines of the soft flat rail and showerheads are aesthetically unique. ’¨’¨Functionally, the Mero System 1 dual shower is easy to operate with a 3-way integrated diverter – choose between head, hand shower or enjoy the two simultaneously – and integrated water inlet for easy installation.
The full, yet light showering sensation is further enhanced by the new Nikles Airdrop© technology located within each shower rose, mixing a generous volume of air with water to deliver the ultimate shower experience. ’¨’¨Each handpiece also contains a water insulated inner core which prevents the risk of scalding due to hot water running through the hand held shower rose.
Both Rainlight and Mero are available exclusively through Rogerseller in September 2009, both achieiving WELS 3-star (9 litres per minute rating).
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