Methven’s Aio shower head uses Aurajet technology to widen your wetness and deepen your experience with your water fixture every time you turn it on. The company says the Aio aims for no less than “maximum body contact and all-over warmth.”
Shaped like a halo (wonder if it will cleanse me of my sins along with my sweat and dirt) the Aio’s encircling water holes are positioned such that they spray water in a criss-cross, rather than a straight needle pattern. This design expands the shower head’s coverage area without, according to Methven, sacrificing spray force. They estimate the Aio achieves twice the skin contact coverage of a traditional shower head, and generates up to 25% more spray force than the “needlers.”
Despite its increased intensity, Methven also says the Aurajet tech has an optimized and efficient water flow rate of 2.3 GPM. A layer of engineered polymer with hydrophobic properties resists the build-up of limescale.