"The independent piano keys feature a clear and straightforward design that makes operation simple and switching [between modes] even easier," the company writes.
A dial on the side controls the temperature, which is displayed on an LED screen. The screen does not require electricity; the company says it runs on hydraulic power, so once the water starts flowing, it comes on.
In addition to the rain head and the three-mode shower wand…
…there's this additional "high-pressure spray gun":
This isn't for your body, it's for when you want to clean the shower itself, or apparently, a pet that can withstand high pressure.
Then there's this fourth nozzle on the console (can't believe I'm writing about a shower and using the word "console"). I confess I have no idea what this one is for.
Here's what the system looks like in action:
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The system sells for $400.
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