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27th Sep 2021

Architect Africa

Blutide’s best kept secret unveiled …

Blutide’s Rego range of taps has been designed for the South African market by a young, dedicated team of South African designers.


The Rego range from Blutide features elegant lines and inspirational style.

With a young, dedicated team of South African designers BluTide forges ahead with the launch of the spectacular Rego Range. The Blutide designers’ brief was, as always, to design taps for the South African market and the Rego range is what they presented. With designs like these in our dynamic South African market, it’s no wonder Blutide is fast becoming a highly sort after brand for first time home owners wanting to upgrade all the way through to the county’s top designers and architects.

With the mix of modern iterations, passion and desire, BluTide has released a delicate yet powerful range of taps that will have the longevity to live on past the trends.   The Rego range has elegant lines which make the range simply stylish. This range is demure in its styling and inspirational in character. A timeless masterpiece for any bathroom setting. Imbued with a sense of serenity and the unwavering commitment of the BluTide brand, this range is where beauty and passion collide. The BluTide brand allows you to appreciate the finer things in life.

Once again, the highest grades of DZR brass and other materials are used to ensure the entire Rego range passes the SABS tests for Jaswic approval as well as the prestigious Australian Watermark. BluTide products carry a 15-year guarantee against manufacturing defects.

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