Creda AquaNoir 9.5kW Electric Shower £90 Free Delivery @ Amazon
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Creda AquaNoir 9.5kW Electric Shower £90 Free Delivery @ Amazon

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Found 10th Jan 2014
Bargain! Got one of these installed at home. Would recommened it, and I paid alot more than this..

RRP: £220.00
Save: £130.00
£90 Delivered

The ultimate in designer showering. This contemporary 'all black' electric shower incorporates LED controller lighting. Now you can create a 'mood' for when you’re showering and not just when you’re bathing. With an 'all black' fascia and a 'matt black' control panel, this shower provides the ultimate in bathroom style. Supplied with a luxury, all chrome, multi spray mode accessory kit. Fully temperature stabilised with easy to use push button for on / off operation and separate rotary flow and temperature controls, this shower provides all the features you would expect from a high quality showering product. The shower's footprint and multiple entry points for pipe work and cabling, makes this shower ideal for replacement installations or bathroom upgrades and prevents the need for additional plumbing or redecoration.
When it comes to affordable style, that’s modern and reliable, there is nothing like coming home to a Creda shower. Whether you need an invigorating wake up in the morning, or you just want to wash away the stresses and strains of the day, nothing can beat the feeling of stepping under one of our Creda showers. Each shower is designed to bring innovative elegant styling with exceptional performance, together in one truly outstanding product. The extensive selection of showers available from Creda means that whatever the style of your bathroom and whatever the budget, Creda is sure to have a unique shower to suit your showering requirements.

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Great deal...but.....there is a 2 to 5 week wait for delivery....... So fine if you're in no hurry!
Cheers for the post

I've got the blue led one of these, great but doesn't heat up as well as my old trident did

Excuse my ignorance, but how do these 'box attached to wall' showers differ to showers without said 'box' visibly attached?

Ordered thanks

^^^ There's always one *sigh*

waitingformyfirmware

Excuse my ignorance, but how do these 'box attached to wall' showers … Excuse my ignorance, but how do these 'box attached to wall' showers differ to showers without said 'box' visibly attached?


I think you are referring to a mixer shower that runs off your hot and cold water. Hence you only see the mixer tap.This is an electric shower and only requires a cold water supply that is then heated up in what you describe as the box on the wall. Hope that helps.

Does anyone know how these compare to a Mira in terms of quality etc? Thanks

bestyman

Similar at Screwfix for … Similar at Screwfix for £60http://www.screwfix.com/p/triton-enrich-electric-shower-9-5kw/74867Sorry, cold.



not as good looking

webby443

I've got the blue led one of these, great but doesn't heat up as well as … I've got the blue led one of these, great but doesn't heat up as well as my old trident did



actually i have a white and blue led one, and mines quite funny we are going to exchange it, its having trouble regulating and also keeps blowing the pull chord box, which was fine on my previous few showers. My two cheapy showers before this were better

bestyman

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Not really a fair comparison, The Screwfix Triton is a bog standard cheapy electric shower, The Creda is a temperature stabilized shower.
Meaning if someone flushes the toilet whilst you're under the shower head you don't end up feeling like a lobster. Normally only found on pretty expensive showers. This is bloomin cheap for one of these. Mind you I do prefer my Mira :-)

Original Poster

bestyman

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Lol, Go ahead. Will look great in your new shower room..

bestyman

Similar at Screwfix for … Similar at Screwfix for £60http://www.screwfix.com/p/triton-enrich-electric-shower-9-5kw/74867Sorry, cold.



oh boy

Is this shower powerful?

Is it energy efficient?

Will it turn me into Brad Pitt?

RobTheSpark

Not really a fair comparison, The Screwfix Triton is a bog standard … Not really a fair comparison, The Screwfix Triton is a bog standard cheapy electric shower, The Creda is a temperature stabilized shower.Meaning if someone flushes the toilet whilst you're under the shower head you don't end up feeling like a lobster. Normally only found on pretty expensive showers. This is bloomin cheap for one of these. Mind you I do prefer my Mira :-)



Go under the Creda, or in fact any "temperature controlled shower" and flush the bog, then post back and let me know if the temperature remains constant. Thought not.

Is a plumber required?

mboora

Is a plumber required?



If your not competent with plumbing and electrics yes.

Nice looking and modern . Have some heat

Ordered as doing up the bathroom, Have some heat.

Just what I was looking for, thanks. Voted hot

bestyman

Go under the Creda, or in fact any "temperature controlled shower" and … Go under the Creda, or in fact any "temperature controlled shower" and flush the bog, then post back and let me know if the temperature remains constant. Thought not.

skellysgirl

actually i have a white and blue led one, and mines quite funny we are … actually i have a white and blue led one, and mines quite funny we are going to exchange it, its having trouble regulating and also keeps blowing the pull chord box, which was fine on my previous few showers. My two cheapy showers before this were better


Is your wiring up to it? Sounds like you've gone over the kW rating for your electric cable. Were your older showers something like 8kW?

Ordered last night for our new home. My brother is a plumber so no fitting costs. Thanks for posting.

bestyman

Go under the Creda, or in fact any "temperature controlled shower" and … Go under the Creda, or in fact any "temperature controlled shower" and flush the bog, then post back and let me know if the temperature remains constant. Thought not.



I have had this shower for about 6 months if someone flushes the toilet it definitely gets hotter to the point of being too hot.

Ordered! Thanks so much, complete bargain!

Bought five lol Thanks OP.

I Pay £70 for duffers from Wickes.

Can I ask this will need a 'cocker cable' thick (10m?) electric wire to supply it wont it?

Of course the shower gets hotter when someone flushes the loo.

The water supply is reduced so the shower element (already set to the current water flow) overheats the water.

I am actually surprised a grown adult sees this as a shower fault.

People today!

tfish

Of course the shower gets hotter when someone flushes the loo.The water … Of course the shower gets hotter when someone flushes the loo.The water supply is reduced so the shower element (already set to the current water flow) overheats the water.I am actually surprised a grown adult sees this as a shower fault.People today!



Newer, better showers tend to regulate on the fly these days. They reduce the heat to adjust the dip in pressure.

The point I am making that any electric shower will go ape when the loo is flushed ( including this one as Adam has pointed out), so you might as well buy the £60 one as this £90 one.
Some may claim to be regulating, but in my 20+ years as a plumber I have never seen one, that includes the expensive ones.

I would only recommend an electric shower of any make as a last resort where the plumbing will not easily work with other showers.
If you have a combination boiler a decent thermostatic bar shower such as a Mira coda ( about £100) will give a far superior flow rate ( for the record will also go Ape when the loo is flushed).

I still think a Triton at £60 with a 2 year guarantee is a much better buy that this.

Re cable size, its not black and white. Depends on length of cable run, where it runs etc. But as a rule 10mm is required.

pipehippy

Newer, better showers tend to regulate on the fly these days. They … Newer, better showers tend to regulate on the fly these days. They reduce the heat to adjust the dip in pressure.




Wow I bet they are expensive

bestyman

Re cable size, its not black and white. Depends on length of cable run, … Re cable size, its not black and white. Depends on length of cable run, where it runs etc. But as a rule 10mm is required.



Interesting so if its near the box (under 7 yards) you may be able to get away with a smaller cable?

bestyman

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That's hideous, this one isn't.

Re the rights and wrongs of 6mm cable on a 9.5 kw shower, there is an interesting 21 page thread here.
electriciansforums.co.uk/ele…tml


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