Delta® In2ition® Showers with H2Okinetic™ Technology
Two-in-one showers offer the dual convenience of a showerhead and handshower in one
INDIANAPOLIS – In 2012, Delta Faucet reintroduced its popular line of In2ition® showers, featuring a showerhead and handheld shower in one to combine the soothing comfort of a showerhead with the convenience of a handheld shower, bringing ultimate flexibility to the bath. Available with optional H2Okinetic™ technology, which controls the speed, movement and droplet size of the water exiting the showerhead, the In2ition showers delivers the feeling of more water without actually using more water.
“The science behind H2Okinetic™ technology creates a shower experience like no other,” said Paul Patton, senior product development manager, Delta Faucet Company. “We’ve brought this technology to our In2ition® two-in-one showers to give consumers the satisfaction of a warmer, more drenching shower.”
In2tition showers with H2Okinetic technology feature a detachable handshower, which can run separately or simultaneously with the showerhead base, giving the user the comfort of water streaming from the showerhead position and the flexibility to accomplish other tasks, such as bathing children, washing pets and cleaning the shower. When not in use, the shower employs MagnaTite™ technology to lock the handshower back into place using a powerful magnet. A flexible 60-inch hose that conveniently stretches to 82 inches provides extra reach and flexibility before returning to its original length.
In2ition showers are currently offered in three distinct styles - contemporary, transitional and traditional - to suit any décor and are offered in a variety of finishes, including Chrome, Champagne Bronze™, Venetian® Bronze and Brilliance® Stainless. The traditional In2ition shower with H2Okinetic technology is also offered in the Delta Polished Nickel finish. Beginning May 2014, a square In2ition shower will also be available in Chrome, Venetian Bronze and Brilliance Stainless finishes. All showers in this collection flow at a rate of 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm).