The Tate Rain Head Ceiling Mounted 300mm brings high-end compact minimalism to your bathroom. It has a 300mm vertical reach and features a rain head with a 250mm diameter.
The Tate Rain Head Ceiling Mounted is available in chrome and PVD finishes of black, brushed nickel, brushed gunmetal, brushed bronze and brushed gold. It is also available in a shortened 180mm.
The minimalist design aesthetic of the rain head ensures that it will stand the test of time.
Pairs well with the Tate Shower Mixer and the rest of the Tate range.
The Tate Rain Head Ceiling Mounted 300mm is designed for installation in bathrooms. It is suitable for all pressures.
At Felton, we ensure that every product is made with longevity and durability in mind. All Felton products are either made in New Zealand or assembled in New Zealand. We offer a 5 year warranty on our tapware. For full warranty terms and conditions please visit https://www.felton.co.nz/support/warranty/
We know that when it comes to selecting the perfect finish for your tapware, durability is at the forefront of your mind. You want a finish that not only looks great, but also stands the test of time. Our in-house colour finishing technology Titan PVD produces a strong and durable coating, enhancing the product’s strength and longevity.
This ensures that each product is finished to the highest standards with consistent colour across all our tapware.
Colour customisation available – please fill out the form available in the 'Downloads' section of the page or enquire for more details
WELs: MP 2 Star | 10.0 L/min
LP 2 Star | 11.0 L/min
Kiwi born and Kiwi bred, the Felton story started over 50 years ago in a purpose-built factory in the Auckland suburb of Saint Johns. With a vision of providing New Zealanders with market leading, functional and top quality bathroom showerware and bathroom and kitchen/laundry tapware, Felton still proudly designs and finishes each and every product right here in Aotearoa. At the forefront of innovation, Felton’s sleek and modern designs are focused on the end user, combining technologies with aesthetic appeal.