A Kelowna company has attracted the attention of Time magazine, which recently unveiled its annual list of best inventions.
RainStick Shower, which is an appliance for both residential and commercial spaces, earned a spot on this year’s list of 200 exciting new products and ideas.
Rainstick Shower addresses the pressing issues of water and energy conservation across North America, offering 80% water savings, up to 80% energy savings and double the standard flow rate. With the RainStick app, you can seamlessly monitor savings, and maintenance, and customize your shower experience to perfectly suit your preferences.
It is also a more hygienic option than traditional showers with a low maintenance, built-in self-cleaning system after every shower.
“We don’t want people to think that sustainability has to be about making sacrifices,” RainStick Shower co-founder and CEO Alisha McFetridge said in a press release. “Rainstick provides an elevated experience with increased water pressure that is only possible thanks to its sustainable, re-circulating design.”
The full list of best inventions can be found here.
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