A warm summer rain in winter: The new head shower GROHE Tempesta 250

  • Full face Rain spray which covers the whole body
  • 250 mm diameter in round or square design
  • Sustainable enjoyment thanks to the water-saving GROHE EcoJoy technology

Beirut, 12 January 2021 – Gentle, delicate droplets of water caress the skin and cover it completely: GROHE’s new Tempesta 250 head shower now ensures a warm summer rain in your own shower – even in winter. Relax under its full face Rain spray and generous diameter of 250 mm, confident that your luxurious shower is also eco-friendly, thanks to the water-saving EcoJoy function. The technology limits the flow of water to a sustainable 9.5 litres per minute without compromising performance. Pure water enjoyment while doing your bit for the planet – a perfect combination for 66% of Germans who are searching for a shower which assists them in being sustainable in their day-to-day life.[1]

In addition, the head shower GROHE Tempesta 250, which is manufactured at the own shower competence center in Lahr, Germany, impresses with its slim design and elegant chrome finish. This stunning design has already been awarded the renowned iF Design Award 2020 and the internationally renowned ICONIC AWARD 2020: Innovative Architecture.

GROHE Tempesta 250 is available in a round or a square design as a single head shower, in a set with shower arm, or as a complete shower system. Its minimalist design allows it to be integrated into any modern bathroom and its universal connection makes it easy to install on all standard shower arms – a simple upgrade for a relaxing, sustainable shower enjoyment.

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About GROHE

GROHE is a leading global brand for complete bathroom solutions and kitchen fittings and has a total of over 6,500 employees in 150 countries – 2,600 of them are based in Germany. Since 2014 GROHE has been part of the strong brand portfolio of the Japanese manufacturer of pioneering water and housing products LIXIL. In order to offer “Pure Freude an Wasser”, every GROHE product is based on the brand values of quality, technology, design and sustainability. Renowned highlights such as GROHE Eurosmart or the GROHE thermostat series as well as groundbreaking innovations such as the GROHE Blue water system underline the brand’s profound expertise. Focused on customer needs, GROHE thus creates intelligent, life-enhancing and sustainable product solutions that offer relevant added value – and bear the “Made in Germany” seal of quality: R&D and design are firmly anchored as an integrated process in Germany. GROHE takes its corporate responsibility very seriously and focuses on a resource-saving value chain. Since April 2020, the sanitary brand has been producing CO2-neutral worldwide. GROHE has also set itself the goal of using plastic-free product packaging by 2021.

In the past ten years alone, more than 460 design and innovation awards as well as several top rankings at the German Sustainability Award have confirmed GROHE’s success. GROHE was the first in its industry to win the CSR Award of the German Federal Government and was also featured in the renowned Fortune® magazine’s ranking of Top 50 that are “Changing the World”.

About LIXIL

LIXIL makes pioneering water and housing products that solve every day, real-life challenges, making better homes a reality for everyone, everywhere. Drawing on our Japanese heritage, we create world-leading technology and innovate to make high quality products that transform homes. But the LIXIL difference is how we do this; through meaningful design, an entrepreneurial spirit, a dedication to improving accessibility for all and responsible business growth. Our approach comes to life through industry leading brands, including INAX, GROHE, American Standard and TOSTEM. Over 70,000 colleagues operating in more than 150 countries are proud to make products that touch the lives of more than a billion people every day. Learn more at www.lixil.com

[1] explorare & GROHE, shower study, June 2020; Germany, Great Britain, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Russia, Egypt, total of 3,500 respondents. 40% of Germans even feel bad about the environment when taking a long shower.

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