Creda Spa 200 10.5kW Electric Shower was £129 now £64.50 @ sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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For instantaneous, economical hot water you can't beat an electric shower. These are showers with a built-in thermostat, which ensures the temperature is kept constant. The Creda Spa 200 10.5kW Electric Shower has easy to use rotary controls for on/off, temperature and flow selection, plus a phased shutdown system that flushes out hot water to make the unit safe for the next user. It also has LED indicators for power on and overheat protection and an energy saving option. The showerhead with 3 spray patterns is wipe clean, so you don't need to worry about the build up of limescale.

The pack contains the heater unit in glossy white plastic with all chrome accessories, riser rail, rub clean shower handset and wall mountings - everything required to install the shower. The water supply pipes and power cables can be routed from the top, bottom or back, making installing the unit straightforward and replacement installation easy. The shower should be installed by a qualified electrician in order to comply with IEE Wiring Regulations.

The Creda Spa 200 10.5kW Electric Shower is CE and BEAB approved.
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#1
Hot, price is good, but same comments apply as in this deal too:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=839406

You probably won't just be able to swap it with your existing shower unless it is also a 10.5kw model :-(
#2
you can swap as long as you have 45amp cable and fuse so any thing 10.5 kw and under is fine
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shadow1
you can swap as long as you have 45amp cable and fuse so any thing 10.5 kw and under is fine


Haha! It's a little more complicated than that!

You will find most older installations with what was most common at one time, 7kw showers have GROSSLY undersized cables for one of these, you really need 16 sq.mm T&E for this rating, and unless it has had a 10.5KW shower before, it's pretty unlikely to be anywhere near that size.
There is other stuff like voltage drop to consider too.

Besides, it is an offence to carry out the work unless qualified under Part P of the Building Regs, so it's not a DIY job anyway, just expect a bigger job than simply swapping it! :-(

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