Making a statement in the bathroom and bringing the power of rain to the shower, hansgrohe’s Rainfinity showers bring nature’s wonder indoors.
April 5th, 2020
The newly launched Rainfinity showerheads from hansgrohe are designed as statement pieces for contemporary bathrooms. Eye-catching and infused with truly innovative technology, these showerheads reflect a sleek, modern aesthetic with functionality as impressive as the style.
The innovative technology that drives the Rainfinity showerheads has been developed to totally envelop the entire body from head to toe in water, reflecting the infinite rain that the product is named after. But thanks to hansgrohe’s clever design team, the shower has been designed with an innovative wall connection, which means the user can also keep their head out of the spray.
A showerhead perfect for the discerning tastes of a design lover who also appreciates the precious relaxation time of the bathroom, the Rainfinity experience is enhanced by the slightly concave spray surface of the head itself, as well as the diffused arrangement of the water jet holes. This uniquely designed combination means that the spray of water isn’t limited to the head and shoulders as usual, but softly envelops the body with water.
The three spray modes of the Rainfinity showerhead allows the user to truly customise and personalise their showering experience. The PowderRain option creates and microfine spray of water, with thousands of drops wrapping the body in a blanket of water, resulting in a sensual and ultra-quiet shower. Conversely, the Intense PowderRain option sees the centre of the jet disc releasing a stronger, concentrated jet of water, ideal for rinsing out shampoo. The final option, RainStream, is reminiscent of individual strings of pearls, and pampers the user as they shower with a consistently high spray intensity and massages your shoulders and back.
The full Rainfinity range offers many solutions for designers working with any bathroom aesthetic or size. Wall or ceiling, head or hand shower, with just one or all three different spray modes, the hand shower in a traditional design or a modernist geometric rod shape — there’s no end to the design freedom. And for the user, there’s no end to the relaxation.
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