A new generation of bathroom products.
February 3rd, 2010
The new generation of bathroom heat, fan and light units has arrived courtesy of Sampford IXL.
Designed, engineered and made in Australia, the ’Tastic’ has been redefined and reinvented through the introduction of the Neo.
IXL engineers have spent many hours researching consumer requirements, developing new technologies and sourcing quality materials to ensure optimal bathroom comfort.
The innovative product is in a league of its own. It is architecturally designed, utilises energy saving fluorescent lights and tungsten halogen heat lamps with an outside vent, making it ideal for energy efficient homes.
The ’Tastic Neo’ is a carefully considered fusion of features and includes a flush-mounted, sleek metal and glass design with specially created reflectors that allow heat to be evenly dispersed across the body.
Heat lamps are neatly housed behind toughened, frosted glass and downlights are gimbal-mounted meaning lighting can be targeted or reflected to different areas of a bathroom.
Innovative side-ducting allows for a versatile installation in multi-storey dwellings and a Ventair in-line extraction system removes steam and is sealed when not in use to prevent unwanted draughts.
With the inclusion of a five-year in-home warranty and a two-year replacement warranty on heat globes, the ’Tastic Neo’ is a bathroom must-have providing safety and high quality.
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