Showering is a part of our ordinary daily routine, but it should be extraordinary. Nebia brings about a showering experience like no other, and it’s good for the environment too. It’s this combination that has seen the Nebia low-flow showerhead raise £6 million with 3 Kickstarter campaigns.
And, not only that, the shower has been featured across big media publications, including The New York Times, Forbes, BuzzFeed, and CNBC, to name a few. So, what’s all the hype about? Allow us to introduce you to the unique features found across Nebia showers.
Easy to use Self-Installed System
Unlike other shower models, Nebia showers are self-installing. All you’ll need is the shower itself and some basic DIY skills to fit the spa shower. With Nebia’s adjustable bracket and a portable wand (that is great for misting the plants), the shower can be installed in a matter of minutes.
Once the shower has been fitted, the height adjuster can be moved smoothly to position the showerhead. When compared to other showers, users have found the Nebia models far more comfortable and convenient to adjust.
A Shower Technology Breakthrough
Nebia uses atomisation innovation to transform the water that flows through the showerhead. When you use a Nebia shower, you’ll be immersed under millions of tiny droplets that cover 10x more surface.
All of this is while using less water than a typical shower would. This redefining shower experience will make you question why you didn’t try Nebia earlier. The atomisation of water is what makes Nebia showerheads feel so luxurious due to a fully immersive experience.
A Shower That is Good For The Planet
One of the main reasons why Nebia showers have been in the media spotlight is because they reduce water consumption. Nebia uses 70% less water than a standard household showerhead. This means that the average home will see savings of up to £1,000 per year on water bills. If you’re still wondering whether Nebia is worth the initial investment, it certainly is. Your new Nebia shower pays for itself in less than two years.
The shower nozzles use a patented H2MICRO™ technology, which has been widely regarded as a breakthrough in the industry. Not only is this an engineering breakthrough but also one that could see a brighter future for the planet. Nebia is the shower of the future.