Geberit has announced the launch the Sigma21, the latest addition to its extensive range of flush plates. The plate offers ultimate flexibility and customisation by allowing customers to choose the image, design or colour to imprint on to the inlay.
The product is ideal for any bathroom design with organic round buttons and a wide range of designs, surface finishes, and customisable options available. Sigma21 is also available in a variety of luxury materials, including mustang slate – made from real slate sourced from Brazil – as well as black glass, white glass, and sand glass.
Designed with the senses in mind, the flush plate incorporates textured, natural materials that are pleasing to the touch, combined with elegant design for the perfect combination of style and comfort. Featuring two stylish dual flush buttons, users have the additional functionality of reduced water consumption in the bathroom with every flush.
Geberit Product Manager, Ellie Broderick, said: “We are extremely proud to introduce the unique and pioneering Sigma21, a flush plate at the forefront of sleek bathroom design. The customisable flush plate gives customers the opportunity to truly make the bathroom their own, with limitless possibilities in terms of creative design and colour. With 80% of our sensory impressions registered through vision, to be able to custom-make the perfect flush plate to suit your tastes, personality and room, is revolutionary.
“With wellbeing in the home becoming increasingly important, the glass and slate options not only offer trendsetting style, but directly appeal to our sense of touch with every flush. Available in a range of textures, from smooth glass to natural slate, the flush plate offers the ultimate elegant addition to any bathroom. As with all Geberit flush plates, the Sigma21 is constructed with both durability and functionality, as well as aesthetics, at the core of its design”, she added.
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