Magnetic magic

Kohler’s Converge is the bathroom company’s very latest in showering technology, featuring a two-in-one space-saving design.

Magnetic magic
The Kohler Converge

Kohler’s Converge is the bathroom company’s very latest in showering technology, featuring a two-in-one space-saving design.

The multifunctional flat-faced showerhead detaches from the wall-mounted magnetic docking station to become a convenient and separate hand shower. The sleek design provides three powerful spray patterns while using only nine litres of water per minute.

In polished chrome, the Converge showerhead features a spray face that simply wipes clean with a damp cloth, avoiding any build-up of minerals.

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