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Cooke & Lewis Shower Kit Modern Chrome for £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Cooke & Lewis Shower Kit Modern Chrome for £19.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Posted 20th AugEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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One day offer at Screwfix for this decent quality shower kit.

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Stainless steel and ABS construction.

  • 5-Spray Patterns
  • Rub-Clean Shower Head
  • Universal Fitting Shower Hose
  • Model No: E17
  • Soap Dish

Includes:-

Shower handset, hose, riser rail, soap dish, fittings and fixings.

Available in store / free c&c
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I got this when It was posted on here a couple of weeks ago at £20 reduced to clear, obviously didn't clear so worth a repost
It's good quality for the money and looks nice, the only problem I had as an over bath shower is the limit of adjustment where the shower head clips in, when fully down it still aims to far out and not straight down enough, I tried it both ways and was still the same so I had to open it up and take about 5mm off the stopper to allow more adjustment, once that was done its working great and I'm very happy with it, oh and the 2 little screws that stop the rail sliding are in a tiny bag in with one of the end pieces and are very well hidden and easily missed, it took me (and screwfix guys) ages to find them!
Edited by: "col11" 20th Aug
col1120/08/2019 04:55

I got this when It was posted on here a couple of weeks ago at £20 reduced …I got this when It was posted on here a couple of weeks ago at £20 reduced to clear, obviously didn't clear so worth a repostIt's good quality for the money and looks nice, the only problem I had as an over bath shower is the limit of adjustment where the shower head clips in, when fully down it still aims to far out and not straight down enough, I tried it both ways and was still the same so I had to open it up and take about 5mm off the stopper to allow more adjustment, once that was done its working great and I'm very happy with it, oh and the 2 little screws that stop the rail sliding are in a tiny bag in with one of the end pieces and are very well hidden and easily missed, it took me (and screwfix guys) ages to find them!


That’s very useful. I’m finding the same problem. Please could you explain a bit more what you did? What stopper?
sirhobo20/08/2019 06:16

That’s very useful. I’m finding the same problem. Please could you explain …That’s very useful. I’m finding the same problem. Please could you explain a bit more what you did? What stopper?


Remove the screw from The bit the shower head clips in to and it just comes apart inside you will see where the bit that turns hits a stopoer( it's just plastic that covers around 30% of the circle, I just trimmed about 5mm off with a Stanley knife
I'm at work at the moment if you can't follow that lmk and I'll upload a pic later
Edited by: "col11" 20th Aug
According to the reviews the head only tilts 45 degrees, you can't point it straight down, therefore I returned mine. Otherwise good at this price.
allondon220/08/2019 10:39

According to the reviews the head only tilts 45 degrees, you can't point …According to the reviews the head only tilts 45 degrees, you can't point it straight down, therefore I returned mine. Otherwise good at this price.


See above, a tinny bit of DIY solved that problem
col1120/08/2019 08:54

Remove the screw from The bit the shower head clips in to and it just …Remove the screw from The bit the shower head clips in to and it just comes apart inside you will see where the bit that turns hits a stopoer( it's just plastic that covers around 30% of the circle, I just trimmed about 20mm off with a Stanley knifeI'm at work at the moment if you can't follow that lmk and I'll upload a pic later


I also bought one last time posted ( not fitted yet ) this information is very much appreciated
guttediam20/08/2019 12:21

I also bought one last time posted ( not fitted yet ) this information is …I also bought one last time posted ( not fitted yet ) this information is very much appreciated


No problem Its good to be able to help fellow members just another tip it's better to trim to little than to much, you can just push it back in place and turn it to test it turns enough.
Edited by: "col11" 20th Aug
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