Anzzi shower door doors, which have become so ubiquitous they are now synonymous with the ubiquitous American bathroom, have been made more secure by a pair of new models, according to a new report from Vice.
The two models, which come in two versions, are the A1 and the A2.
The A1 is made of stainless steel, while the A4, which has a built-in camera, has aluminum and glass doors.
It has a 5-inch (16.4 cm) gap between the opening and the doorframe.
A5 and A6 versions are available.
The A1 also has a rear view camera and a rear locking mechanism, while A5, A6, and A7 models all have a rear-facing camera.
The rear cameras, however, have different cameras, making it hard to tell apart the two models.
The rear camera on the A3, for example, only has a 4-megapixel camera, while on the C4, it has a 13-megapixels camera.
However, a representative for Anzzi told Vice that the cameras in the A5 are different from the A7, which are all 4-millimeter (12.8-micron) sensors.
This makes it harder to tell the difference between the two.
The two models are both designed for the outdoors, with the A6 version going for an outdoor bathroom, while a representative from the company said the A8 version goes for an indoor bathroom.
The company did not specify the price of either model.