The Tim Cook-backed ‘shower of the future’ is again with a Moen partnership

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The Tim Cook-backed ‘shower of the future’ is again with a Moen partnership

If you’ve ever wished to take pleasure in a lifetime of luxurious, with the weirdly particular want to bathe like a billionaire, you’re in luck. Silicon Valley bathe startup Nebia is releasing a less expensive, up to date model of its Nebia Spa Shower, which makes use of atomized water droplets to preserve water. The firm’s partnered up with Moen, and their Kickstarter for the Nebia Spa Shower 2.zero launches immediately.

Since it was based in 2014, Nebia’s gotten some fairly massive names hooked up to it — its product design engineers beforehand labored at NASA, Tesla, and Apple, and the corporate is backed by the likes of Tim Cook, Eric Schmidt, and Y Combinator. Nebia says its halo showerhead and wand can spray you with “tens of millions of tiny droplets with 10 instances extra {surface} space than your common bathe,“ and saves 65 % extra water within the course of. So far, the primary Nebia bathe has saved 100 million gallons of water, and is on monitor to saving one billion gallons within the subsequent two years.

The Tim Cook-backed ‘shower of the future’ is back with a Moen partnership

The Nebia 2.zero is meant to be 29 % hotter than its predecessor, which ought to hopefully quell some prospects’ considerations that the atomizing impact of the bathe mist made them really feel chilly, based on Amazon reviews of the unique. The new model will even present the sensation of extra stress, which looks like the primary factor most individuals are involved about. In the unique Kickstarter, which raised over $three million, the marketing campaign description writes, “And we all know you’re all questioning… Yes, it does rinse your hair.”

The Nebia 2.zero will are available two matte colours, silver and black. The bathe will retail for $499 when it goes on sale, down from its earlier $650. If you need to seize an early-bird value, although, you’ll be able to take a look at the Kickstarter here.

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