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Geberit introduces programmable Sela shower toilet

The luxury bathroom designer and manufacturer has launched the latest model in its AquaClean shower toilet range

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The Geberit AquaClean Sela shower toilet has been designed to fit seamlessly into any bathroom.
The Geberit AquaClean Sela shower toilet has been designed to fit seamlessly into any bathroom.

The new Sela shower toilet, the latest in Geberit's AquaClean range, combines an elegant design with patented WhirlSpray technology and cutting-edge smart toilet features to bring a sense of freshness and well-being to personal care.

Designed by London-based designer Christoph Behling, the model has a stylish, streamlined silhouette with clean lines and features a contemporary chrome or white alpine panel to complement any bathroom.

Four programmable buttons allows settings to be customised and operated via remote control to suit individual needs and preferences, including water temperature and water pressure.

In addition, the Sela offers all the key signature functions of the Geberit AquaClean, including a rimless Rimfree WC ceramic pan, which ensures increased hygiene, and TurboFlush technology for precise, thorough and beneficial cleaning.

  • With an easily removable seat and lid and automatic descaling, Geberit AquaClean shower toilets are designed to be cleaned and maintained with minimal effort.
    With an easily removable seat and lid and automatic descaling, Geberit AquaClean shower toilets are designed to be cleaned and maintained with minimal effort.
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For more information and technical support, visit: geberit.co.uk/aquaclean-sela

 

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