Unique Satinjet® technology delivers luxury and saves you money*
Conventional shower sprays use single jets of water that can produce a narrow, needle-like spray. A Methven Satinjet shower uses twin jets of water that collide and turn into thousands of tiny droplets that feel soft enough for your face, yet bracingly cleansing for your entire body. Satinjet technology also allows you to shower at lower water flows without compromising that luxurious feeling, so you'll enjoy a refreshing experience that potentially saves you money.*
Let's say you have a shower that currently runs at 20 litres per minute on mains pressure, and your household takes an average of four 10-minute showers every day. Switching to a Methven Satinjet shower with a flow restrictor could potentially save a small fortune on your hot water bill. Simply swap your current shower for a Satinjet model fitted with a 14 litre per minute flow restrictor, and you could save up to 27% of your hot water energy costs and 30% on the cost of the water used in your shower.*
Better still, install a Satinjet shower fitted with a 9 litre per minute flow restrictor, and you could potentially save up to 50% of your hot water energy costs and 55% on the cost of the water used in your shower. Which means the Satinjet would pay for itself in just a matter of months.*
*Water flows on mains pressure vary across the UK. Not all water flows are on mains pressure, with many being on low pressure which will produce lower flow rates. The savings indicated apply only to the example given of a shower flowing at 20 litres per minute on mains pressure, are based on April 2010 Auckland energy and water rates, and are for the water heating portion of the power usage only.
It's easy to upgrade your bathroom with a Satinjet shower, even if you're not planning a full rebuild or renovation. The fittings on most showers are universal, so in most cases you can simply replace the showerhead with a modern Satinjet unit from Methven.
For a superior shower that saves you water and energy, look for the Satinjet symbol.