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EKO steps into the bathroom

Known for its innovative waste bins, EKO has now entered the bathroom and beauty markets with its EKO iMira.  The technically advanced, free-standing mirror is designed to give the user full visibility, even in low light conditions.  It has three light-settings including natural daylight, bright and warm.

Its high tech features include an optional sensor function, which lights up automatically as a face approaches and then turns off after 12 seconds of moving away.

Brian Walmsley of EKO UK explains: “It’s a remarkable product for precise application thanks to its five times magnification and powerful lighting. The lighting is 1100 lux and has a colour rending index of 93.”

The mirror is rechargeable via USB, with one charge lasting up to four hours of continuous use or around three to four weeks of average daily use.


Top: Mirror image – the EKO iMira.

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