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Hansgrohe Raindance Rainfall

Create a waterfall in your bathroom with the new Hansgrohe Raindance Rainfall shower systems.

Hansgrohe Raindance Rainfall


November 20th, 2012

Inspired by water in its naturally flowing form, the Hansgrohe developers worked with Phoenix Design to create the Raindance Rainfall series – a complete shower system that pampers users not only with an aerated rain-like RainAir jet, but also with a RainFlow gush jet.

Rainfall Raindance Lift

Raindance Rainfall Lift Shower Panel

Raindance Rainfall Lift Shower Panel

Protruding just 60mm from the wall, the Raindance Rainfall Lift is one of the flattest shower panels available. Thanks to its minimalist, slender appearance and the corner-mounting option, comfortable freedom of movement can be attained even in the smallest of shower areas. The handle at the lower end of the body can be used to smoothly slide the Raindance Rainfall Lift up or down by up to 200mm. The gush jet can thus easily be aimed at the desired body area.

Raindance Rainfall 180

Raindance Rainfall 180

Raindance Rainfall 180 Overhead Shower

Raindance Rainfall 180 Overhead Shower

The Raindance Rainfall 180 twin jet overhead shower perfectly suits any decor style. The aerated, voluminous RainAir shower directs water amply from the 180-mm-wide jet disc in the front section of the shower. The large distance from the wall provides users with excellent freedom of movement to enjoy the gushing water to the optimum. The 170-mm-wide, voluminous RainFlow jet pours over the shower user like a natural waterfall, bringing a titillating natural experience into your home bathroom.

Hansgrohe Pte Ltd

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