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The concealed base inlet heightens the visual clarity and serenity of the design.
How does water enter a bathtub? When it comes to design and practicality of its bathroom products, Duravit pays close attention to even the tiniest of details, and emphasizes thinking outside the box. Alternative to the traditional water supply is inlet which is integrated in the bottom of the bathtub. Thanks to this technology, water runs into the bathtub quietly via a rosette in its base, which can be controlled using standard tap fittings. The outlet is also under the rosette: the inlet and outlet are at two different heights and are hygienically separated by an additional non-return valve.
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The technology underneath the bathtub does not require any additional space.
The technology underneath the bathtub does not require any additional space, so the tub does not have to be raised. The outlet valve can simply be removed for cleaning.

Whether it’s the freestanding centerpiece of the room or a discreet built-in or back-to-wall installation, the Duravit bathtub and its minimalist form slips seamlessly into any bathroom layout. And, the concealed base inlet heightens the visual clarity and serenity of the design.

The following bathtubs can be offered with the “base inlet”: Blue Moon, Sundeck, Paiova, PuraVida, Starck, Vero, Darling New, Esplanade, Onto, Happy D.2, DuraStyle and Nahho.


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