With more than 30 million faucets installed to date, Eurosmart – the best-selling line of GROHE faucets worldwide -, is now widely available in West Africa. Eurosmart combines high quality with an attractive design and innovative technology. Whether it is in residential bathrooms and kitchens or in public and commercial settings, Eurosmart is the smart choice for all who expect the very best value for money.
Launched almost twenty years ago, the Eurosmart line has benefited from a steady string of improvements ever since. At the heart of Eurosmart’s enduring functionality is GROHE SilkMove technology, whose unique smoothness of operation allows for accurate water control at all times. There is also a Eurosmart model featuring GROHE SilkMove ES, which helps save energy and carbon emissions by releasing only cold water instead of mixed water when the faucet is activated with the lever in its default centre position. In addition, water consumption can be capped at 5.7 litres per minute thanks to GROHE EcoJoy technology.
Apart from its distinctly contemporary design, the key to Eurosmart’s universal appeal lies in its extensive range of models and variants. While the basin faucets are available in a range of sizes from small to large, the shower and tub faucets come in wall-mounted and behind-the-wall versions. The kitchen line-up includes single-lever mixers of various heights as well as wall-mounted models. Add to this the brand-new single-lever model with extractable dual-action spray, which uses GROHE EasyDock for easy retraction and docking. The Eurosmart range is completed by a bidet faucet plus a variety of touchless faucets for public bathrooms as well as for residential guest bathrooms. With its clean and sleek aesthetics, its high build quality and finish, as well as its extensive variety of models, Eurosmart remains one of the most popular choices when it comes to specifying faucets for a wide variety of projects. Favoured by many international architects and interior designers, Eurosmart can be found in countlessresidential complexes, hotels and public buildings around the world.
By Ijeoma Nwachukwu