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21st April 2017
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Geberit AquaClean range enhanced with new enhancement sets
Enabling consumers to raise the comfort levels in their bathroom and enjoy the wellness benefits a shower toilet offers without the need for a complete refit, Geberit has launched a range of enhancement sets to its market-leading AquaClean range.
Keeping installation simple and offering retailers the opportunity to upgrade sales of conventional WCs, the new sets feature a ceramic pan that is specifically designed for use with the Geberit AquaClean 4000, 5000 and 5000plus enhancement seats. Making upgrading to a shower toilet a simple process, with easy connection to the existing water and power supply, the enhancement sets are the perfect complement to the full Geberit AquaClean collection.
From the streamlined, compact Geberit AquaClean Sela designed by Matteo Thun, through to the Geberit AquaClean 8000 and AquaClean 8000plus, the range brings a luxurious pampering experience to the domestic bathroom.
The addition of the enhancement sets brings the Geberit AquaClean range to 10 products, offering exciting opportunities for retailers to differentiate themselves from their competitors, particularly at a time when technology in the bathroom is becoming increasingly important to consumers. In fact, in a recent survey of 1,000 homeowners, almost half (45%) said they would be interested in a shower toilet, making it arguably the ultimate WC for the 21st Century.
Geberit is a market leader for shower toilets in the UK and actively promotes cleaning with water to the end user through a heavy weight media campaign. All Geberit AquaClean retail partners are supported by a dedicated sales team and have the opportunity to take display models within their showrooms, enabling customers to experience the wellness benefits of opting for a shower toilet for themselves.
19th December 2014