A new SmartControl shower bundle, including a Rapido Smartbox, is available from Grohe.
Comprising of the best-selling Tempesta 110 shower head, a Rapido Smartbox, shower outlet elbow and a Grohtherm thermostat with a one button interface, the bundles offer a complete SmartControl package. The company has estimated it offers a saving of approximately 18% in comparison to purchasing as separate components.
The SmartControl shower bundles are designed for concealed installation which enables the creation of a stylish and minimalist shower area with no bulky pipework on display in front of the wall.
By pushing the button on the front of the SmartControl trim, the shower head is switched on. By twisting the button, the user can adjust the flow of the water with complete precision. The temperature can be adjusted via the dial underneath.
It also features a safety feature with the SafeStop override button which will limit the shower to 38 degrees Celsius, ensuring peace of mind and shower independence for users of all ages. Once the shower is switched off, the system remembers the preferred settings for the next time the shower is in use.
The Tempesta 110 shower head delivers a choice of four different spray patterns which can be easily selected to suit the user’s needs. The shower head features Grohe’s water-saving EcoJoy technology which caps water use at 9.5 litres per minute.
“The SmartControl one button models are great for those seeking a simple shower set with the superior quality of a thermostatic system and a concealed installation”, said Paul Bailey, Senior Category Manager at GroheUK. He continued: “Its easy-to-use operation and TurboStat technology eliminate unpredictable temperature fluctuations, making it an excellent and safe product for families and multi-generational homes. Following the success of our two and three button models which enable additional water outlets to be controlled from the same system, we wanted to ensure the SmartControl technology and design was made widely accessible and affordable to as many as possible.”