Water savers: StyleFlow Air by California Faucets

StyleFlow Air
StyleFlow Air infuses the shower water with air to create fuller droplets without increasing water consumption.

Introducing the new addition to the StyleFlow family of showerheads and hand showers with air-infused water for water-saving showering experience. StyleFlow Air from California Faucets has a patented device that infuses the shower water with air to create fuller droplets without increasing water consumption.

The hand showers join the existing IKO StyleFlow series, as well as the GEO StyleFlow series. Each sport five-inch diameters and are available in either multi-function or single-function versions. The multi-function versions have three spray modes: Air Spray, Rain Air Spray, and Massage Air Spray.

Two StyleFlow Air single-function showerheads with self-cleaning jets also join the mix. The first is a five-inch diameter showerhead that joins the IKO series, while the second is a four-inch square showerhead in the new StyleFlow QUA series.

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StyleFlow Air is available in multiple flow rates from 2.5 gpm to 1.5 gpm. Each model is available in polished chrome and 14 artisan finishes.

StyleFlow Air by California Faucets

StyleFlow Air by California Faucets

StyleFlow Air by California Faucets

StyleFlow Air by California Faucets

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