Kohler brings an elegant and quiet bathroom to the market
Kohler brings an elegant and quiet bathroom to the market

Kohler, the pioneering designer and innovator of kitchen and bathroom products, has announced several new features in its personal health smart home product line, including smart and quiet bathrooms.

Kohler presented four new products at the first virtual CES in history: a smart, quiet shower, smart toilet and no-touch bath faucet, as well as two new products in collaboration with Phyn.

As millions of people around the world spend more time at home, they are eager to find balance and let go of the stresses and worries of everyday life.

The intelligent and experiential Quiet Tub is inspired by the Japanese jungle baths where water, light, fog and scents come together to form an immersive sensory journey designed to soothe, relax and rejuvenate the mind and body.

By transforming the bathroom into a spa-like environment, the smart and serene bath provides a paradise for personal care and happiness.

With the Kohler Smart Silent Bathtub, you can use apps or sound to fill in water as the smart silent bathtub fills with water from the bottom of the tub and seeps water from the H-wood to create a soothing sound.

There is also full spectrum lighting in the bathroom that can create an atmosphere and a color therapy experience.

Fog envelops the calm and intelligent surface of the bathroom and gives the shower a feeling of deep relaxation.

Essential oils can be added to your bathing experience to create a refreshing scent that stimulates the senses and improves focus.

You can also create predefined actions to activate the functions in a specific order so that you can set up the bathroom exactly the way you want it.

For example, you can fill a tub with a certain level and temperature and then add some mist or activate aromatherapy, all of which can be sent to Alexa via voice commands from Amazon or the Google Assistant.

If you want to try a bathroom at home, the price is not cheap as you only have to pay around $ 9,000 to control the temperature and depth of the water, and if you want to run atomization and aromatherapy, then the price is $ 11,000, and both models will be available in July. .

There's also a $ 16,000 surplus grid and lighting model and will be available in October.

While the quiet bathroom looks stylish, it must be said: It's not as impressive as the company's smart Numi 2.0 toilet, which was shown at CES 2019 and has surround speakers. Alexa ambient lighting and volume controls.

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