Apple’s Tim Cook and Google’s (now Alphabet’s) Eric Schmidt were early investors in this stylishly designed Nebia Shower that promises to deliver an experience akin to those misty waterfalls and yet use 70% less water compared to regular showers. The San Francisco based Nebia achieves this by atomizing water into millions of tiny droplets, thus allowing more water to come into contact with your body.
The shower bracket is made from anodized aluminum and it includes a handheld wand as well. Nebia says that the installation is straightforward and you won’t even have to call your plumber to set it up. Delivery of this literally refreshing product begins May 2016.