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Rain skies and giant pommels: showers play XXL

Rain skies and giant pommels: showers play XXL



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The bigger, the more beautiful. We are ecstatic in front of the huge round or square hanging pommels, and we discover with envy the rain skies that transform the shower into a tropical downpour. A rainy sky, what does this nice term cover? It is a fixed shower system, with a large water flow, rather intended to enjoy the pleasure of water than to wash. We also talk about head pommel. It transforms the shower into a design space that makes you dream. In reality, we speak of a rain sky when a shower head is very large. But to enjoy a rainy sky at home, it is better to have the means. Because it is expensive, even very expensive for the built-in rain skies. To embed a rainy sky, you have to open the ceiling or create a false ceiling. So many important works which significantly increase the already large budget of the taps themselves (from 750 € for a built-in rain sky). But it is true that it is beautiful. Very beautiful, even. There are also rain skies to be built into the wall only. If you want to avoid work, settle for a system to be fixed to the wall (with exposed bar), very easy to install. There are also some wonderful ones! Round or square knobs. From 20 cm side or diameter, the effect is guaranteed. The ideal is to choose a "Elle et Lui", or "shower set", consisting of a head and a hand shower, to be used independently. Practical advice : often the rain skies "drip" very long after the water has been turned off. To avoid this inconvenience, choose models fitted with " non-return valves ". Green advice : rain skies tend to consume a lot of water. While a classic shower consumes a total of 75 liters on average, some rain skies consume more than 50 liters of water per minute! Fortunately, some manufacturers, concerned about the planet, have integrated this problem into their thinking. Hansgrohe and PF Robinetterie, in particular, worked on the distribution of water in order to limit the flow. The quality of the jets remains impeccable but water consumption is divided by 3 or 4 compared to other rain skies.