New Hydro Energetix™ Showerheads from Moen Provide 40 Percent More Force and 40 Percent More Coverage
North Olmsted, Ohio . . . Innovators at Moen, the leader in exceptional water experiences in the home, are excited to launch the Hydro Energetix™ showerheads, which offer 40 percent more force** and 40 percent more coverage** to further improve consumers’ everyday interactions with water.
Available on two platforms – standard wall-mount or a handshower – Hydro Energetix showerheads offer eight high-performance spray settings, which deliver a 40 percent** increase in force for a powerful showering experience. A helpful pause/trickle setting allows the user to stop water flow momentarily when needed.
In addition, three of the settings feature a unique oval spray pattern, which covers the length of the body for better coverage**. Plus, a 60-inch, kink-free metal hose on the handshower allows for extended reach.
“At Moen, we pride ourselves on producing innovative products that enhance consumers’ daily routines and elevate the way they interact with water in the home,” said Lori Marks, senior product manager, showering, Moen. “This line of Hydro Energetix showerheads is a prime example, as they provide excellent water delivery with a large five-inch spray face and offer customizable spray settings that create an invigorating showering experience.”
The showerheads are available in a Chrome finish, as well as Moen’s exclusive Spot Resist™ Brushed Nickel finish which resists fingerprints and water spots to maintain the brilliance of the fixture.
Both the standard wall-mount and handshower showerheads are certified to meet EPA WaterSense® criteria, conserving water without sacrificing performance.
All products feature Moen’s lifetime limited warranty*** to ensure superior quality.
For more information, visit moen.com or call 1-800-BUY-MOEN (1-800-289-6636).
- Spot Resist™ Brushed Nickel
- Standard wall-mount
FLOW RATE: 1.75 gpm
AVAILABILITY: The Home Depot
- Wall-mounts: $26.98-$29.98
- Handshowers: $34.98-$39.98
Certified to meet EPA