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Intelligent bathroom systems from Kohler

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 29, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Well-known kitchen and bathroom brand Kohler has launched a selection of new products with intelligent design features

The range features the advanced toilet Veil which combines modern American style with oriental design aesthetics. Veil uses the latest technology from Korea to offer an unparalleled experience for customers and was a finalist in the International Design Excellence Awards. The intelligent toilet features three preset cleaning modes offering options for both ladies and gentlemen, while the French curved seat allows for maximum comfort. All of the design functions can be activated by the wireless control pad.

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Along with Veil, Kohler has launched a range of bathroom designs that will allow for maximum bathroom enjoyment by customers. The new in-shower steam system allows for steam release in less than 60 seconds, making it the fastest technology in its field. Essential oils can be added to the device to create a spa-like environment in any home.

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The intelligent mirror series allows you to listen to music as you use your bathroom, and the anti-fog system also features a clock and temperature display. The Uplift Mirror Cabinet features a sensory system that raises the door automatically when hand-motion is detected.

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Another addition to the range is the Beitou Faucet. Named after a famous hot spring in Taiwan, the design of this faucet is such that it mimics the flows and currents of a river, creating a relaxing bathroom experience.

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