Triton Trance Electric Shower 8.5kw £69..97 or 9.5kw £79.97 @ Plumbworld ! - HotUKDeals
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Been searching for a couple of days for a decent shower that is cost efficient and looks decent. Came up with this, very good build, when you open the link it marks it as £60 off, but doesnt show it through search option? Either way, its a good deal I think, if your on a low budget like, well, pretty much everyone at the moment lol! Also £4.95 delivery. I believe you get quidco with this site also?? Thanks Matty.

# Slimline design
# Chrome intrigue on controls
# White & Chrome finish
# Push button start/stop
# 3-position power selector
# Temperature control with numbered dial
# Low pressure indicator
# Power on indicator
# Deluxe kit and soap dish
# 5-position sprayhead
# 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee

And most importantley as people forget, the plumb valve is on the right hand side!!
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#1
Remember: It has to be connected by either a qualified electrician or a "Part P" qualified plumber!
They should issue you with a "Part P" certificate. It is illegal to connect the electrical supply to it yourself in the bathroom. Even if it is a direct replacement for an existing one. Personally I prefer a pump in the airing cupboard if you have stored water. :thumbsup:
Otherwise good price.
#2
Martini
Remember: It has to be connected by either a qualified electrician or a "Part P" qualified plumber!
They should issue you with a "Part P" certificate. It is illegal to connect the electrical supply to it yourself in the bathroom. Even if it is a direct replacement for an existing one. Personally I prefer a pump in the airing cupboard if you have stored water. :thumbsup:
Otherwise good price.


BUT how would anyone know if u changed or replaced it yourself ? :thumbsup:

Most competent DIYers could do it. :thumbsup:

Not that i condone folk messing with electricity that don't know what they are doing...... in which case a plumber or leccy IS required ! ;-)
#3
No no, id fully recommend a professional electrician and plumber to install it :whistling:

Thanks otherwise ;)
banned#4
when i used to work for an electrical wholesalers a few months back we used to buy these for £42 & £47 (+ vat )respectivley
#5
Sorry to post OT a bit, but I am looking for a shower cubicle as well, anyone know where to get one of those on the cheap??
#6
Waste of money. There is no such thing as a good electric shower.

They are just about OK in the summer months, but once it gets to winter, when you really want a decent hot shower, they just don't cut the mustard.
#7
roughly speaking what would it cost to get this actually installed?
ie if you have no connection for it in your bathroom?

also what would it cost to get a cubical plus this installed?

also do you need a certain pressure in your pipes? i think my hot water and cold water is gravity fed because the taps are never really very strong and the downstairs ones are better than the upstairs ones.
#8
Triton 8.5 Kw T70si £56.99 at Screwfix
#9
No idea of the difference but I ordered this one yesterday from Screwfix for just over £50 delivered with the 10% off voucher YI219859

https://www.screwfix.com/prods/93582/Bathrooms-Showers/Showers-Enclosures/Showers/Electric-Showers/Triton-Enlight-Electric-Shower-8-5kW?cm_re=SEARCHPROMO-_-TRITON%20ENLIGHT-_-93582
#10
Why has this old thread been resurrected. The Galaxy 9.5kw is still available from some Aldi's for 49.99
#11
zaheer2003;6105324
Why has this old thread been resurrected. The Galaxy 9.5kw is still available from some Aldi's for 49.99


Didn't even notice the original post date!
#12
londislagerhound
Waste of money. There is no such thing as a good electric shower.

They are just about OK in the summer months, but once it gets to winter, when you really want a decent hot shower, they just don't cut the mustard.


Why bump this thread? Your quote adds nothings and no thanks for the advice!
#13
They had these on Argos clearance on eBay for £29.99 delivered last week
#14
5.5% quidco
Used plumbworld last week, & the service was excellent.
#16
Martini
Remember: It has to be connected by either a qualified electrician or a "Part P" qualified plumber!
They should issue you with a "Part P" certificate. It is illegal to connect the electrical supply to it yourself in the bathroom. Even if it is a direct replacement for an existing one. Personally I prefer a pump in the airing cupboard if you have stored water. :thumbsup:
Otherwise good price.


A like-for-like replacement electric shower (even if shower model is different) connected to an existing shower circuit does not fall with Part P. Even if it did (or if the whole installation is new), it is not illegal for an 'unqualified' person to do the work, but it should be notified to the local authority for inspection and certification.
#17
Puffer
A like-for-like replacement electric shower (even if shower model is different) connected to an existing shower circuit does not fall with Part P. Even if it did (or if the whole installation is new), it is not illegal for an 'unqualified' person to do the work, but it should be notified to the local authority for inspection and certification.


But how would anyone know (If I didn't notify the authorities and get it inspected and have a certificate printed etc...) if I swapped an identical shower A with Shower B?
#18
neilcaldwell;6111189
But how would anyone know (If I didn't notify the authorities and get it inspected and have a certificate printed etc...) if I swapped an identical shower A with Shower B?



They wouldn't. Not condoning it, but that said I wouldn't tell them :whistling:
#19
neilcaldwell
But how would anyone know (If I didn't notify the authorities and get it inspected and have a certificate printed etc...) if I swapped an identical shower A with Shower B?


No-one (such as council) will actually know unless 'tipped off' (and who would do so - apart from perhaps a disgruntled tradesman who didn't get the job?). The potential risk - a small one - will arise on a future sale of property when usual questions are asked of seller for HIP and he cannot explain how Part P work was done without cert and with no council record. But the work itself may be very difficult to prove as being done without Part P approval at the relevant time if it could have been done before Part P came into force and the cabling/fittings were clearly not of later manufacture. If the buyer gets a sparky in to do a survey, the work will of course come under closer scrutiny and questions may be asked. (No sparky would of course EVER suggest that work is bad/dangerous/non-compliant etc in order just to gain new business. :whistling:)

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