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Nebia – the water saving innovation for your shower

Nebia in bathroom

Taking a shower uses less water than taking a bath. What uses less water than taking a shower? The Nebia shower, a new shower system that revolutionizes water usage so you get the same clean feeling with way less waste.

The Nebia looks like a normal wide coverage shower but this shower head is doing even more than your typical water saving shower. Nebia atomizes the water so your shower covers ten times more surface area which is to say water is touching more of you while using less of it. This shower can use up to 70% less water than standard showerheads which means longer, guilt free showers.

nebia close up

Besides just saving water, you could also save quite a bit of money on your water bill, especially if you’re prone to taking long, introspective showers. You will have to install it but it doesn’t need any special hookups, the power is all in the system itself. It’s also a bit more expensive than your average showerhead but with the money you’ll save on water, it may end up just paying for itself. The Nebia is $399 and currently running on Kickstarter.


  • Pretty cool idea, but with one big drawback, cost. This will no doubt save you much more than that over time but what if people can’t afford it? Maybe a payment scheme would address this issue.
    Also, what if you live in an area that has hard water, ie lime scale? How does this deal with that problem? Normal efficiency shower heads get clogged up quickly and that is even when you have in-line filters. If this product atomises water, I can only see that problem being exacerbated due to the even smaller nozzles.

    • Yes it is very pricey but I imagine it’s aimed at all those people in drought stricken California who still have green lawns ;)

      They did address the hard water concern however. From the website: “If you have hard water, Nebia can be cleaned like other showers using an acidic solution or cleaner like CLR if build up occurs.”

      So basically, in that respect, it’s just like a normal shower head.

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