Nebia Shower

Sep 30, 2015

Category: Tech

It’s often overlooked just how important a shower can be to starting the day off on the right foot. Anyone who has pulled an all-nighter, woken up late or has been forced to miss their morning shower once or twice knows just how much of an effect it can have on your day. But what if there were a way to make your daily shower better? This is the general idea behind the Nebia Shower, a showerhead which claims to be better in every way.

The basic idea behind this revolutionary shower head is how it divides the water into millions of droplets as opposed to the typical method of just a few streams, which provides 10 times more surface area than your regular shower. While doing this, not only is it providing a superior shower experience, but it’s also saving 70% of the water typically used in your current daily showers. For the average U.S. home, Nebia pays for itself in less than two years. The shower head is also easily installed, with no need to call a plumber. It’s available now for $249 to early backers, with an expected MSRP of $399 at launch. [Purchase]

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