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Horizontal Shower | By Dornbracht

Tired of waking up early to take a morning shower? Now you can continue napping in the shower. Swiss company Dornbracht has developed a new way to bathe: an horizontal shower! The structure is secured to the wall and has a roof filled with water jets that bathe the user. To provide an even greater level of relaxation, the system uses a shower called Ambiance Tuning Technique, which allows to program different temperature and water flow. Watch th video



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MEGA TESLA CYBERTRUCK

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DEER HUNTER SLEEPING BAG

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Imago Cabin on Wheels

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