Manrose 100mm Shower Light/ Extractor Fan £33.99 @ Amazon
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Manrose 100mm Shower Light/ Extractor Fan £33.99 @ Amazon

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Found 16th Mar
The Showerlite can be used within the splash area of the shower or bath and is powered by a S.E.L.V. remote safety isolating transformer.
The Showerlite is suitable for any 100mm (4") in-line system such as the Manrose SF/ID
Available in three colours white, and chrome, the Manrose Showerlite will enhance any shower or bathroom providing a rich warm glow of soft light.
The Showerlite is available separately in boxed carton packaging or in blister packs with or without transformer. They are also available in a blister fan kit pack. Each pack is supplied complete with fan (available with or without timer), Showerlite unit, transformer, one length of PVC flexible ducting, external wall grille, fixing screws, plugs and straps.

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Just to note that these aren't very power, we recently upgraded ours to a Manrose mf100 and it makes a big difference to the condensation left in the bathroom.

M_z

Just to note that these aren't very power, we recently upgraded ours to a … Just to note that these aren't very power, we recently upgraded ours to a Manrose mf100 and it makes a big difference to the condensation left in the bathroom.



how much was the Mf100? does it have a humidistat built in?

owned something similar in previous home and wasn't that impressed.....think it's better to stick to a stand alone.

I've been looking to replace ours, this kit usually sells for about £30 at one or two places at any one time (e.g. screwfix, Amazon).

It's also the old kit, not to LED version so likely just stock dumping.

cbrown1979

how much was the Mf100? does it have a humidistat built in?


Screwfix have the MF100 for £48.99 and you have to buy a seperate humidistat for this .. screwfix.com/p/m…867

I wouldn't bother as the air flow is not great and you'll end up with misted up windows and mirrors. Best going for the inline fans, just remember that you'll need some vents and piping. Our bathroom is much improved since we upgraded to an inline fan. Bought off eBay for around £33 delivered brand new.

siadwel

I wouldn't bother as the air flow is not great and you'll end up with … I wouldn't bother as the air flow is not great and you'll end up with misted up windows and mirrors. Best going for the inline fans, just remember that you'll need some vents and piping. Our bathroom is much improved since we upgraded to an inline fan. Bought off eBay for around £33 delivered brand new.



Inline as in more traditional type going straight through wall?

JohnnyUtah

Inline as in more traditional type going straight through wall?



No, I put a vent in the ceiling and then ran a length of flexible tubing, the sort you use with a tumble dryer, to the soffit board where I fitted another vent. The in-line fan was positioned in the attic half way along the tubing Cost less than £40 for everything.

I used to have a fan fitted directly to the ceiling as the one mentioned in the deal and connected in the way I mentioned. It was 78m3 extraction rate and the room would steam up, the one offered is only 23m3. My inline fan is 187m3 and much better but they go up to about 245m3 for the 4" 100ml sizes. If you were putting one direct through a side wall I'd go for a 5" or 6" model for better extraction. I chose the ceiling option because the electrical work was far easier.

Morrig in post #5 mentions the type of fan I bought, just make sure you buy the correct one. Mine has a timer, so it will have a 't' at the end of it i.e Manrose 100t

Hope this helps you.


Edited by: "siadwel" 17th Mar

siadwel

No, I put a vent in the ceiling and then ran a length of flexible tubing, … No, I put a vent in the ceiling and then ran a length of flexible tubing, the sort you use with a tumble dryer, to the soffit board where I fitted another vent. The in-line fan was positioned in the attic half way along the tubing Cost less than £40 for everything.I used to have a fan fitted directly to the ceiling as the one mentioned in the deal and connected in the way I mentioned. It was 78m3 extraction rate and the room would steam up, the one offered is only 23m3. My inline fan is 187m3 and much better but they go up to about 245m3 for the 4" 100ml sizes. If you were putting one direct through a side wall I'd go for a 5" or 6" model for better extraction. I chose the ceiling option because the electrical work was far easier. Morrig in post #5 mentions the type of fan I bought, just make sure you buy the correct one. Mine has a timer, so it will have a 't' at the end of it i.e Manrose 100tHope this helps you.



Ah I see. No ventilation in the current bathroom and the mirrors mist up and windows. It's due a complete rip out this year and an over shower/light combo has been mentioned but wasn't sure how effective it would be especially if you ran a bath instead.

Had a ceiling mounted fan that vented to the soffit in the last house which seemed to work ok.

The screwfix fan Morrig posted above ... is that similiar to how you describe?
Edited by: "JohnnyUtah" 17th Mar

Yes, it's got a good extraction rate, over 3 times that of fans that fit directly in to the ceiling. You just tie-wrap/duct tape the flexible hose/tube to either end of the fan. My previous one sounds like it was like yours but it would mist up, bathroom is about 8 foot by 8 foot 6. Much happier with this new one.
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