The Grohe Ondus AquaFountain website suggests that this digital shower "exudes the very essence of water." Does anybody know what that even means? Probably not, but the bottom line is that Grohe found a way to tech up your shower, and that's intriguing. Grohe is a company that guides its designs based on the concept of Sensual Minimalism, which you can see reflected in the design of the AquaFountain.
Our friends at Oh Gizmo describes how the shower works, "Use the backlit touchpad and LCD to input the exact temperature that you want, and the shower will remember, even if you hit the pause button (how cool is that) to go check your email in between shampoo and conditioner. The showerhead itself emulates a waterfall, while the detachable handset (handset?) is designed to feel more like rain."
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