Bespoke your bathroom with the elegant INS9000 steam shower cabin. A large quadrant which is entirely unique to the range, this enclosure stands at 1350mm x 1350mm perfect for your master bathroom. With an incredibly spacious interior this cabin exudes quality and with luxurious crisp white back panels this shower is a real focal point to any bathroom and really does stand out from the crowd within the range. Operated via a single water valve with a thermostatic cartridge, take your pick from the monsoon rain shower, slender and sleek hand shower or alternatively enjoy the hydro-massage jets. 20 hydro-massage jets in total this is bar far the most of any steam or hydro-massage cabin in the Insignia collection. Equipped with twin seating incorporated into the back panel moulded design, you have a cluster of six jets that operate simultaneously behind each seat turning this cabin into a twin shower. Alternatively, you have a cluster of 8 jets located in the back panel which operate independently from the other clusters.
When it comes to enjoying the luxury steam feature on the INS9000 you can do so in style. Not only is there Insignia’s very own revolutionary ‘Tri-Jet Steam System’ but also Insignia’s AMI system. The aromatherapy modular injection system allows you to infuse your steam with essential oils directly from within the cabin.
The Chromotherapy lighting which is built into the roof enclosure adds a subtle ambience within the cabin. The lighting bounces off the polar white interior which adds to creating the mood whilst you shower or steam. This model is highly popular and is readily available in stock. With a beautiful interior along with an abundance of features this shower is fast becoming one of our most popular models. People love it so much they have scrapped their current bathroom remodel plans in order to accommodate this shower due to its size. Of course, size can certainly be a determining factor which is why this cabin may not be for you but if you can fit something in this size then the simple question is, why wouldn’t you?