Anyone staying frequently in hotels knows that working out how the bath shower diverter works can be a difficult problem. Does the button in the middle pull up? Does the end of the spout twist? The permutations are endless.
Wisp is a genius solution that could not be simpler to operate. Designed to be used on any no-tap-hole bath with a minimum rim of 80mm, the Wisp diverter can be used to control two outlets such as a bath filler and an overhead fixed or hand shower by a simple flick of a lever.
The discreet but functional and very responsive Wisp diverter control is very easy to use. Lift the lever up to fill the bath and lower it for the water to stop. Press the doorbell style button on the side of the fitting for showering from an overhead or a handset. "The push button has a super smooth feel is very discreet and much better than a traditional pull out diverter, "comments Crosswater's Chairman David Hance. "It is easy for anyone to use - even people with limited hand movement who can find it difficult to grip and pull a diverter knob."
The Wisp bath shower diverter is especially designed to control two fittings in a bathroom and is ideal for use with combination bath overflow filler and a hand or overhead shower. The Wisp diverter works efficiently from a balanced pressure water supply system. Another benefit with Wisp is that designers have more freedom of choice when it comes to specifying bath fillers as Wisp avoids the need to choose only the one that has a built in diverter where a bath shower mixer is required. "At Crosswater we are great believers in better solutions," says David Hance. "This is one of them and such is our confidence that this style of product and technological advancement is the future for operating a bath filler and shower that two new models will be made available in our best-selling Kai and Water Square ranges."