Triton Caselona III 10.5Kw Electric Shower 66.59 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Christmas Day my shower broke , I got this its awesome much better then my Creda 9.5KW

Triton Caselona III 10.5Kw Electric Shower.

* White finish.
* 10.5kW.
* 3 power settings.
* 1 shower spray mode.
* Safety cut-out.
* Temperature stabiliser control.
* Easy clean - rubber nozzles on the handset help prevent the build-up of limescale.
* Limescale resistant.
* Includes flexible hose, riser rail and soap dish.

General information:

* Fixtures and fittings included.
* Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
* BEAB approved.
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#1
Looks nice,

How much would you think it would cost to replace an existing one or are they quite easy to do your self?
#2
hmmm I had my shower fitted two years ago and it cost me £400 quid for electrics and plumbing , so I was all set up and this shower was easy to fit as everything was there for me .. so if your replacing a existing set up I shouldn't think you can be charged to much make sure the fusebox can take a 10.5KW

Edited By: Kurvz on Dec 30, 2010 13:09
#3
if its the same model as you have in its easy , but if its a different make and model , the water feed and electric feed might need moving slightly for the new shower
#4
our current one is a triton, only takes 9.5kw but I have seen one I'm thinking about.
#5
Most older installations (Often only for 7Kw units) will not have a large enough sized cable, so don't just think it is simple-swap over unless it is a swap with an existing 10.5Kw shower.

Remember too that all such work in bathrooms needs to comply with the Building Regulations and needs to be done (or at least tested) by a Registered tradesman, so odds on unfortunately there will be a decent sized bill to go with it :-(
#6
nihcaj
Most older installations (Often only for 7Kw units) will not have a large enough sized cable, so don't just think it is simple-swap over unless it is a swap with an existing 10.5Kw shower.

Remember too that all such work in bathrooms needs to comply with the Building Regulations and needs to be done (or at least tested) by a Registered tradesman, so odds on unfortunately there will be a decent sized bill to go with it :-(


That applies to our house when our shower decided die my dad told me not go get a 10.5kw one as our wiring isnt up to standard to handle it. He told he the wiring will have to be redone with thicker cable so it wasnt worth the hassle and cost. So we had to settle for a 8.5kw one instead.
#7
Yeah I had my shower rewired back to the fuse box with a new RCD , even though I had my house rewired the year before , never had a electric shower before but it was worth the money

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