Mirror, mirror: Connect to my phone

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Strasser Woodenworks has bathroom mirrors that feature Bluetooth capabilities for connecting to smartphones and tablets, along with built-in lighting and defogging capabilities.

Touch-control icons located on the bottom of the mirror operate four independent functionalities, according to the company:

  • Integrated backlighting: LEDs emit a glow from behind, ideal for creating a soft, ambient light for relaxing baths or late-night bathroom visits.
  • Built-in makeup lighting: Integrated LEDs along the mirror’s “frame” are switchable between a warm/soft-light setting (2700k) or a cool/bright-light setting (4000k) depending on the task.
  • Defogging: Using a delicate heat, the defogging mirror keeps the glass free of steam during and after showers. It includes automatic shutoff.
  • Bluetooth and speakers: Homeowners can connect smartphones or tablets to the mirror via Bluetooth to listen to music, the news, or podcasts.

The frameless, freestanding mirrors can be mounted horizontally or vertically. Available sizes include 24” x 36”, 36” x 36”, and 48” x 36”.

For more, visit www.strasserwood.com.

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