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FlowSaver Shower Temporary Water Shut Off @ savewatersavemoney.co.uk £7.99

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Brilliant device to save water when showering. I've had one since my last eye watering water bill and can highly recommend. Simply push the button to restrict the water flow to a trickle whilst lather… Read More
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2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Brilliant device to save water when showering. I've had one since my last eye watering water bill and can highly recommend. Simply push the button to restrict the water flow to a trickle whilst lathering yourself and then push the other way to turn the water flow back to normal.

If on a water meter should make a significant saving of cash over the months.

2 pounds postage but if you buy other water saving items on the site you can make a saving there too!
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2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
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#1
I just turn the shower off when I lather up then back on again when I need to rinse off, but it's a good gadget for those who can't be bothered to do that
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illy1965
I just turn the shower off when I lather up then back on again when I need to rinse off, but it's a good gadget for those who can't be bothered to do that

More suitable if your shower is on a mixer tap or the on/off/temp control is combined - this way you don't need to muck about getting the temperature right again.
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I just don't shower which saves me money on water and on Valentine's Day!oO
#4
I lather under shower
#5
No good if it cuts our power shower flow down from 14 ltrs/min which is why I bought it.
Glad we're not metered.
Nothing like an invigorating power shower.
#6
Pretty sure these couldn't be used on a power shower. I'm sure it would make it bounce from hot to cold and back again. That's what ours does when someone turns the tap on downstairs
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illy1965
I just turn the shower off when I lather up then back on again when I need to rinse off, but it's a good gadget for those who can't be bothered to do that
More suitable if your shower is on a mixer tap or the on/off/temp control is combined - this way you don't need to muck about getting the temperature right again.

Unless you've set your boiler to give out hot water at the temperature you'd like to shower in and don't open the cold tap.
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urbanbushwacker
I just don't shower which saves me money on water and on Valentine's Day!oO
But it must ccost you a fortune to chisel off the dirt.
#9
118luke
Pretty sure these couldn't be used on a power shower. I'm sure it would make it bounce from hot to cold and back again. That's what ours does when someone turns the tap on downstairs
You should've got a thermostatic power shower like ours....keeps the water temp. to within 1°C if someone flushes the loo or turns on the washing machine or tap
Pointless fitting one of these devices to a power shower or your restricting the flow so it's no longer a powerful shower

Edited By: buckmr2 on May 06, 2017 14:21

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