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HANSA CANYON: Temperature-Sensitive LED Faucets

Posted By Tylene Levesque On September 28, 2007 @ 3:12 pm In green Interiors,Green Lighting,Water Issues | 5 Comments

HansaCanyon, Temperature Sensitive Bathroom Fixtures, LED Lights [1]

Last year we highlighted HansaCanyon bathroom fixtures [2], sleekly designed faucets whose “canyons” are lined with LEDs that change color according to the temperature of the water (blue=cold, pink=warm and red=hot). It’s a pretty neat functional feature, and a safety measure as well- the colors can help prevent you from scalding yourself while washing your hands or stepping into a really cold bath. And now, the German-made Hansa Canyon is available in the U.S.! Until now, despite the Hansa hype, many American buyers were left to settle for alternatives like Equa’s Light Delight [3]or ThinkGeek’s budget LED faucet [4]. But now, just check out the Hansa U.S. website’s [5]Where To Buy [6]” page for further details.



+ Hansa Canyon [5]


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[1] Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/wp-content/uploads/hansacanyon.jpg

[2] HansaCanyon bathroom fixtures: http://www.inhabitat.com/2005/07/11/temperaturesensitive-bathroom-fixtures

[3] Equa’s Light Delight : http://www.equasystem.com/eng/index.htm

[4] ThinkGeek’s budget LED faucet: http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/gear/8122/

[5] Hansa U.S. website’s : http://www.hansaamerica.net

[6] Where To Buy: http://www.hansaamerica.net/wheretobuy.php

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