Methven’s innovative VJet® technology puts you in complete control of your shower, allowing you to transition between variable functions. No two days are the same, so why not choose a shower that can change to suit your needs?
Increasingly, people are looking for personalisation in the bathroom and an experience uniquely tailored to their needs. This is especially true with showering – the desired spray will vary depending on use, from the basic purpose of cleaning through to calming or revitalising the senses.
More and more, the environment is influencing customers’ home design purchasing decisions. Stainless-steel tapware is an eco-friendly choice as it doesn’t need chemical-heavy chrome plating. Stainless steel is also incredibly hardwearing, yet offers a modern and stylish look for all your tapware. The Methven Tūroa collection is made from grade 304 stainless steel and is considered low lead. Plus, the textured finish is perfect for hiding finger marks.
The Tūroa range also includes a set of designer stainless-steel tapware and matching bathroom accessories, which suit virtually any modern design. This robust collection is supported by an industry-leading lifetime warranty on showers, a 20-year warranty on tapware and a 10-year warranty on accessories.
Your showering needs change, so Methven has created an experience that evolves with you. The Tūroa handset slider (powered by VJet®) allows you to activate a seamless transition from a firm, invigorating shower spray to a gentle, enveloping warmth and everything in between.
To fit out your bathroom with Methven’s intuitive products, you can shop the range online.
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