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Dynamo Rainbow Shower – Electricity and Color Obtained by Using Shower

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Powered by Rubinetterie Cristina, company from Italy, Dynamo Rainbow shower uses water to produce electricity. In the head of the shower is placed a turbine that, driven by water, supplies with energy an LED system that is also mounted in the shower. The beam of light is remarkable, with a power up to 6 W, the energy is used in this way to create extra comfort and relaxation.

The shower is even more attractive as the coloured LEDs are used, capable of turning a daily shower ritual in something really special. By creating a unique atmosphere, the colours are selected keeping in mind the principles of chromoterapy, holistic healing therapy based on the use of colours. Dinamo Rainbow shower is very easy to install and use, as there are no electrical components that need to be mounted.

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