Spa experience: New shower products with smart technology from ThermaSol

The Serenity light, sound and rainhead delivers mood lighting with chromatherapy, as well as sound therapy, and a gentle falling water sensation.
The Serenity Light, Sound, Rainhead delivers mood lighting with chromatherapy, as well as sound therapy, and a gentle falling water sensation. Photo credit: ThermaSol

ThermaSol launched five new products: ThermaSol digital shower; ThermaTouch and SignaTouch controllers; SteamVection steamhead; and the newly-designed Serenity Light, Sound, Rainhead.

The fully-integrated ThermaTouch LCD in-shower touchscreen controller–which comes in seven-inch and 10-inch models – manages all aspects of the digital shower and steam experience. All audio and lighting modes can be operated with ease and a menu of 20 of the most popular apps that include shows, news, weather, music allow for a connected and immersive digital shower experience.

The streamlined SignaTouch controller is a five-inch LCD in-shower touchscreen that controls digital shower and steam functions, and can operate Serenity light, sound, rainhead when installed. Like ThermaSol’s larger ThermaTouch controller, SignaTouch has two customizable user settings.

ThermaSol engineers used the science of convection to create an industry first: the SteamVection steamhead. This design delivers floor-to-ceiling temperature uniformity within the steam shower. For users, this means consistent and even temperature zones ThermaSol’s steamhead also allows the closest proximity to the outlet called, “the steam emitting safety area.” This is a mere three inches from the wall, thereby avoiding intrusion into one’s usable shower space.

The Serenity Light, Sound, Rainhead delivers mood lighting with chromatherapy, as well as sound therapy, and a gentle falling water sensation. Designed to integrate into an existing bath environment, this system can be installed without access from above.

Meanwhile, the ThermaSol digital shower has a clean, integrated look, with the interface eliminating the need for multiple bath fittings with a modular design.

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