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Square Shower Kit - £10.99 (< 1/2 price) @ Argos !

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
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Square single setting hand shower.

Anti-clog shower spray.

R34 adjustable rail, 640mm long with Switch and Slide cradle.

Tube in stainless steel, cradle and end caps in zinc alloy chrome.

1.5m double locking metal hose (11mm bore).

Both ends in ABS conical nuts.

Rectangular shaped clear soap dish.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/108-8327015A68UC430355X.jpg
#2
Does anyone know if this is for a proper shower or does it push onto the taps? The description doesn't seem very clear:?
#3
jtx;3114525
Does anyone know if this is for a proper shower or does it push onto the taps? The description doesn't seem very clear:?


Proper shower head with all the bits.. not for tap attachment.
#4
Seems a good price for the shower, heat added :-) xx
#5
You stick the hose on your bath mixer tap shower outlet.
#6
edi
Proper shower head with all the bits.. not for tap attachment.


It certainly doesn't look like a full shower unit. Where is the temperature control? If it's labelled as 'single setting' then that usually means that the temperature is controlled at the source ie. the taps.

From the description given by Argos, this sounds exactly like the kind of thing that you fit to your taps.
#7
He means a proper shower head that you screw onto a proper shower controller... not the tap-based thing your granny uses.
#8
Sweetchuck
It certainly doesn't look like a full shower unit. Where is the temperature control? If it's labelled as 'single setting' then that usually means that the temperature is controlled at the source ie. the taps.

From the description given by Argos, this sounds exactly like the kind of thing that you fit to your taps.

Did you not read my post above ?
#9
UEF
not the tap-based thing your granny uses.
:)
#10
Sweetchuck
It certainly doesn't look like a full shower unit. Where is the temperature control? If it's labelled as 'single setting' then that usually means that the temperature is controlled at the source ie. the taps.

From the description given by Argos, this sounds exactly like the kind of thing that you fit to your taps.
This is what you connect it to http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a202/waterloo_lion/Crosshead20bath20mixer20and20shower.jpg
#11
#12
saintscouple;3146547


lol.. 1 year & 2 weeks ago :p
#13
I bought this and it looked naff, ended up taking it back and changing it for this one:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8324434/Trail/searchtext%3ESHOWER+KIT.htm

£5 more but looks so much better.

Also the shape of the shower head on this one means the water doesnt spray out very well.
#14
mikeyp
I bought this and it looked naff, ended up taking it back and changing it for this one:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8324434/Trail/searchtext%3ESHOWER+KIT.htm

£5 more but looks so much better.

Also the shape of the shower head on this one means the water doesnt spray out very well.

agreed. I bought a similar one albeit for a much higher price but the shower is useless. Avoid.
#15
anyone ever get these thing to work propa, ive got one from b&q, you put the hot on full then turn the cold on ever so slightly and it just goes freezing!!!!
#16
ANDYWOODY01
anyone ever get these thing to work propa, ive got one from b&q, you put the hot on full then turn the cold on ever so slightly and it just goes freezing!!!!


That's because it's not thermostatically controlled.

These shower units are fine for single people - other than that you're relying on others in the house not to touch the hot or cold supply - if they do, you either get roasted or frozen.:whistling:

That said, you can also hook these up to a thermostatic mixer.
#17
Lidl quite regularly sell a thermostatically controlled mixer for £14.99 in their weekly 'specials'

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v152/God-speed/Misc/MixerBox.jpg

Fantastic price and quality :) (they are £110 not including delivery at Screwfix :shock: )

G
#18
mikeyp
I bought this and it looked naff, ended up taking it back and changing it for this one:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8324434/Trail/searchtext%3ESHOWER+KIT.htm

£5 more but looks so much better.

Also the shape of the shower head on this one means the water doesnt spray out very well.


What is required to place the rail against the wall? A few reviews on argos say it was an easy installation.
#19
edi
lol.. 1 year & 2 weeks ago :p


........ and still they can't shift them lol

Make sure you're on time next year. Don't want you posting it 2 weeks late again :p
#20
Wonderkid
What is required to place the rail against the wall? A few reviews on argos say it was an easy installation.


Depends really. If the holes at in the rail match up with your existing ones, all you need to do is take the old one off and replace. Otherwise, if they don't match up, you'll need to drill two more holes and use rawlplugs and screws to affix it to the wall.

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