Good control: Grehe's Tempesta 100 electric shower

Grohe announced the new Tempesta 100 electric shower, approved by the Good Housekeeping Institute. The design includes a range of colors and the chrome surfaces are covered with Grohe StarLight longlife to keep them looking new for longer periods.

Grohe's Tempesta 100 uses Grohe DreamSpray technology to offer three spray patterns. It also has a safety feature, SafeStop, which helps prevent scalding by switching off the heater should the water temperature become too hot. Another feature is the EasyLogic control, containing two dials for ease of use to control power and temperature. The range includes two power options and a choice of three colors. 

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