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Nebia Spa Shower 2.0

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Feb 14, 2019

Category: Tech

Back in 2015, Nebia released a revolutionary showered head that used 65% less water compared to standard models without skimping on the shower experience, attracting big investor names like Apple’s Tim Cook. Striving to always be better than their best, the company has created the Nebia Spa Shower 2.0.

Nebia’s second-generation water-conserving shower head is now compatible with 95% of the showers in America. It’s also 29% warmer than the previous model without using more water pressure or power. And it now comes in matte black and matte silver so you’re not stuck with just one color option. Thanks to the Nebia 2.0 design, droplets fall three times faster and provide you with two times more coverage while still using 65% less water compared to traditional showerheads. We recommend you check this shower head’s compatibility requirements to ensure it will work with your shower. You can back this project and reserve the Nebia 2.0 shower head for $349.

Kickstarter: $349

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