You'll find a whole host of water-saving hand showers in our store. Hansgrohe for example offers EcoSmart whereas Grohe sells EcoJoy.
There are several other ways to reduce the water consumption of showers:
these include flow rate limiters , although the shower jet can become too weak and reduce the showering pleasure.
Other options are particularly fine nozzles. The water passes through in thinner drops, like a spray from the shower head.
The third water-saving method is by adding air. The drops are just as voluminous but feel softer.
You can even half your costs by opting for a water-saving hand shower. You not only require less water, but also less hot water needs to be heated ready for use.
The design of hand showers differs greatly between staff-shaped showers and disc-shaped showers , whereby the disc can be round or square-shaped.
The thin staff-shaped hand showers are extremely popular in designer bathrooms. Bestsellers include the Axor Starck Jet hand shower and the Grohe Euphoria Cube+. The disadvantage: they generally come with only one spray mode; only Axor offer versions with two spray modes.
Anyone looking to enjoy a rain shower or massage jet should consider a disc-shaped shower. They are more voluminous in their design but offer more features.