Less Water, More Money
What If Apple Made a Shower Head? It’d Probably Look Like This
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In 2015, Nebia launched the first iteration of the Nebia showerhead, designed to conserve water by reducing droplet size. The company attracted high-profile backers like Apple CEO Tim Cook, Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia and a number of Silicon Valley notables. Following the success of the Nebia 1.0 and 2.0, the company just launched its third-generation showerhead on Kickstarter — and it’s smaller and cheaper than ever.
Made in collaboration with Moen, the Nebia by Moen showerhead provides double the coverage of a standard showerhead while saving 45 percent more water, according to the brand. To do this, it uses patented atomization spray technology, which creates smaller water droplets without compromising water pressure. The company claims the new showerhead is its hottest yet and uses 41 percent less heating energy than a traditional one. The biggest news: it costs $199 instead of the $499 price tag of the 2.0, with an optional handheld wand bringing the price up to $269. Throughout the duration of the Kickstarter campaign, the Nebia by Moen is discounted to $160, or $199 with the wand.
According to the brand, Nebia by Moen can be installed in 15 minutes without screwing or drilling. And improving on the previous iterations’ compatibility limitations, the Nebia by Moen can be set up in even more showers than ever.
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