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Insignia Diamond 1150 x 850mm Rectangular Steam Shower - Built in Bluetooth Speakers / Steam Generator - £999.89 Delivered @ Costco
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Insignia Diamond 1150 x 850mm Rectangular Steam Shower - Built in Bluetooth Speakers / Steam Generator - £999.89 Delivered @ Costco

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Insignia Diamond 1150 x 850mm Rectangular Steam Shower - Built in Bluetooth Speakers / Steam Generator - £999.89 Delivered @ Costco
Posted 19th Aug 2020

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This thing looks like the king of showers. The spec sheet is really quite impressive and if I am honest, I didn't know showers quite like this were available. I won't go through all of the specs, as there are lots. You can see them listed below in the product info though. There's also a schematics PDF on the Costco page, should you want to have a look there.

It's a little bit much for my place, but If I could... I would
States it's a Costco exclusive, so no next best price here. Looking at other Insignia Diamond models it certainly feels like a good offer.

Avavilbel in a black frame or chrome - You can choose on the product page just about the "Add to cart button"

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The Insignia Diamond range is ideal for the modern bathroom. Featuring Insignia’s unique LeakFree tray design, which diverts escaping water back into the tray through the allotted channels meaning you do not need to use any sealant.

Relax in comfort in this 2nd Generation steam shower, stretching out in the capacious cabin, indulging in all it has to offer. Choose your showering option, from the overhead monsoon rain shower, multi-functional hand shower or the 6 body jets. Also, at your disposal is the steam facility, from Insignia’s trademark fast start steam generator, the cabin is fully engulfed in luxurious steam in minutes.

Amplify your experience further by connecting your own audio through Insignia’s 2nd generation Bluetooth touch sensitive control panel and enjoy listening to your favourite music or audiobook whilst relaxing under the glistening internal multi-coloured lighting.

Features:
  • Insignia's industry changing LeakFree tray design
  • Fast assembly with Insignia's QuickClick build system
  • Fast start 2.8kW steam generator
  • Steam outlet with diffuser basket
  • Overhead monsoon rain shower
  • Multi-functional hand shower with optimal height setting
  • 6 omni-directional body jets
  • Hot and cold connections
  • Insignia's EasyGlide twin door wheels
  • Magnetic door seals
  • 6mm tempered glass enclosure
  • Toughened glass shelf with chrome rail
  • Reinforced polymer tray with steel frame and adjustable feet
  • White waterproof slatted stool

Electrical Features:
  • Bluetooth connectivity from any smart device
  • Slimline touch control panel with media connection
  • Twin speaker system for optimal sound quality
  • Chromotherapy Internal Lighting – 7 colour spectrum, either fixed or scrolling
  • Unique after shower Ozone disinfection system

Specifications:
  • Min 2.5, Max 3.4 Bar pressure
  • CE Certified
  • Body Jets: 6
  • Back Panel Colour: Mirror
  • Glass Colour: Clear
  • Shape: Rectangle Shower Enclosure
  • Size: 1150mm x 850mm
  • Warranty: 3 year manufacturer’s parts warranty



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be a bit wary and seek advice before paying all that money.

most people expect to be blown away by a few body jets... but if you’re on a conventional heating/water system or have a bang average boiler then chances are it’ll be a poor experience.

got an unvented cylinder... go nuts!

(experience... fitted one last year after advising the customer against it - fitted in a very nice apartment (think £500k+) and it did exactly what i said. shower head on and ‘body jets’ where you almost had to be dry humping the wall to feel them)
Edited by: "crazywolf" 19th Aug
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be a bit wary and seek advice before paying all that money.

most people expect to be blown away by a few body jets... but if you’re on a conventional heating/water system or have a bang average boiler then chances are it’ll be a poor experience.

got an unvented cylinder... go nuts!

(experience... fitted one last year after advising the customer against it - fitted in a very nice apartment (think £500k+) and it did exactly what i said. shower head on and ‘body jets’ where you almost had to be dry humping the wall to feel them)
Edited by: "crazywolf" 19th Aug
Only 6 mm glass - mine is 10 mm and its not a premium product.
Water prsssure 2.5 - 3.4 bar will probably nean your need a pressure limiter on most direct feed systems.
Ive had an insignia shower - leaked after 2yrs, all needed removing and re-sealing - we got a new bathroom instead due to the costs involved with doing this.
the shower i had also needed both a hot and cold water feed
Edited by: "bencompston" 19th Aug
I can echo the comments above. Insignia are supposed to have a good reputation but my experience was very poor. These showers are flimsy and are incredibly difficult to keep clean. Insignia themselves advise against using modern cleaning products even those specifically for bathrooms. The “chrome” fittings are in fact mostly shiny plastic which rot and break up. Mine came with a 5yr warranty and in fairness Insignia did replace the roller wheels and the waste cover under warranty in separate claims in the first couple of years. The back panel started to crack from a pre drilled fitting hole however and they said cleaning products made it go brittle and it must have suffered impact as well. It was ripped out and in the bin with a year left on the warranty. Yes they look good at first but I would avoid at all costs.
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Will look ideal in my house. We have electric gates with eagles on the gateposts. We really stand out on the busy main road. Our house definitely looks classiest on our street.
We even have one of those glass house numbers.
Although we chose to have a name instead. Great House 🏡
I urge anyone And everyone not to buy these type of showers, they dont last long, constant problems with dials and eventually stops working with ur boiler, just spits out cold water eventually
crazywolf19/08/2020 11:39

be a bit wary and seek advice before paying all that money. most people …be a bit wary and seek advice before paying all that money. most people expect to be blown away by a few body jets... but if you’re on a conventional heating/water system or have a bang average boiler then chances are it’ll be a poor experience.got an unvented cylinder... go nuts!(experience... fitted one last year after advising the customer against it - fitted in a very nice apartment (think £500k+) and it did exactly what i said. shower head on and ‘body jets’ where you almost had to be dry humping the wall to feel them)


DRY humping though? Lol
Buffyville_19/08/2020 15:17

I urge anyone And everyone not to buy these type of showers, they dont …I urge anyone And everyone not to buy these type of showers, they dont last long, constant problems with dials and eventually stops working with ur boiler, just spits out cold water eventually


That means tour thermoststic cartridge has failed. Simply buy another cartridge or purchase a water softener.
1mixx19/08/2020 19:33

That means tour thermoststic cartridge has failed. Simply buy another …That means tour thermoststic cartridge has failed. Simply buy another cartridge or purchase a water softener.


If you don’t have a thermostat cartridge like this model and you have a water balance issue, it will be because your hot and cold feeds have a different pressure. Simply install a PEV (Pressure Equalising Valve). If you throw away a shower because of an imbalance of your water, you may as well dump your car when you get a puncture
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If it's up your street think it's a decent price - it's kinda a novelty that wears off fast. I've thankfully just got rid of the one in our house when we moved in. Had to get new thermostats. Need to be carefulwith water pressure too. Terrible for mould and keeping clean and sealed. Had been passing water and rotted the floor underneath. I absolutely hate the thing. Would not recommend.
Edited by: "Tootles77" 19th Aug
Lived in an apartment for 9 years with a shower with jets coming out of the wall like that. The novelty wore off after about 2 weeks.
Why do I need Bluetooth speakers in my shower? You could install them in the bathroom ceiling so that you can use them not only for taking a shower?
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