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Mira Elevate 10.8kw Shower £25 in store @ Homebase
Mira Elevate 10.8kw Shower £25 in store @ Homebase

Mira Elevate 10.8kw Shower £25 in store @ Homebase

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In my local store 26/2/2011 Mira elevate 9.5kw and 10.8kw showers down to £25.

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If this can be validated then that is a mega hot price for showers with those ratings!

Have to go and check this out later on.

Banned

I doubt this is nationwide. Going to be checking at 1pm. If it is - wow !!!

I love power showers.

its not on the Homebase website, no link to it!!

just been at 9am to my local homebase no sign of this model ! can the poster please post up receipt proof and image

I have looked on website and it is coming up as over £100.

seems to be only at certain stores I picked up a mira mixer shower with jets two weeks ago for £50 down from a couple of hundred but they only had one left,so its just down to luck I'd call to ask if they have any special offers before making a journey.

As some comments above, local store in Newport couldn't even find it on their database as a model the stock

£103 on their website so seems unlikely!

Umm why is this hot when noone apart from OP has seen this (also kindly neglected to tell us what store)

Rom

I love power showers.

Well find another thread then, as this isn't a "power shower". A "power shower" is one that contains a pump and connects to a source of stored hot water. This has no pump but connects to the cold water main and contains a heating element to heat the water instantaneously.

pibpob

Well find another thread then, as this isn't a "power shower". A … Well find another thread then, as this isn't a "power shower". A "power shower" is one that contains a pump and connects to a source of stored hot water. This has no pump but connects to the cold water main and contains a heating element to heat the water instantaneously.



Agree completely, there is no way in this world I would swap my shower powered straight from my combi for an electric one

edit - having said that, if you are unlucky enough to have to have an electric shower if you can find one for this price its a bargain
Edited by: "dannymccann" 27th Feb 2011

Original Poster

My local store is in weston super mare. They were stacked up next to the customer sevice desk.

went specially to the bishop auckland store. none existent deal there, so must be store specific.

Looked at my local store and there was none.

dannymccann

Agree completely, there is no way in this world I would swap my shower … Agree completely, there is no way in this world I would swap my shower powered straight from my combi for an electric oneedit - having said that, if you are unlucky enough to have to have an electric shower if you can find one for this price its a bargain



I don't think myself unlucky I have had an electric shower for 30 years, last one I got was from aldi a galaxy show and even at a quarter of the heat in the winter it is powerful enough for a really good blast (takes your skin off). Some power showers I have been in have not been this powerful and had a few friends (who have power showers) to stay have commented on how powerful and constant it was. In the 30 years I have always had access to a hot shower and never had a boiler problem (because I don't need one).

I can believe this price. I bought one last year for £60 from Homebase and that was dirt cheap. Before I had the chance to fit it I installed a combi boiler so no longer needed it. Sold it on Ebay for over £100.

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misterboumsong

just been at 9am to my local homebase no sign of this model ! can the … just been at 9am to my local homebase no sign of this model ! can the poster please post up receipt proof and image



At 9am? On a Sunday? You sure?

Bargain if you can find one. I haven't voted. I too have recently upgraded to a combi boiler and fitted a thermostatic tap/shower mixer. I have enjoyed excellent hot showers in the depth of winter when my rather low powered electric shower would have given a lukewarm dribble.

Dave.

Lucero

Bargain if you can find one. I haven't voted. I too have recently … Bargain if you can find one. I haven't voted. I too have recently upgraded to a combi boiler and fitted a thermostatic tap/shower mixer. I have enjoyed excellent hot showers in the depth of winter when my rather low powered electric shower would have given a lukewarm dribble.Dave.



Think maybe your electric shower was broken or not very powerful as I get full blast even in the -18 it went down to here?

leedale30

I don't think myself unlucky I have had an electric shower for 30 years, … I don't think myself unlucky I have had an electric shower for 30 years, last one I got was from aldi a galaxy show and even at a quarter of the heat in the winter it is powerful enough for a really good blast (takes your skin off). Some power showers I have been in have not been this powerful and had a few friends (who have power showers) to stay have commented on how powerful and constant it was. In the 30 years I have always had access to a hot shower and never had a boiler problem (because I don't need one).

Your electric shower does what it says on the tin - the kW rating is exactly how much heat goes into the water, regardless of who makes it. I expect you know this, but some people reading your post might think that there is a difference between the makes in this regard. The "blast" you talk about in the winter will be high pressure jets but very few of them, i.e. not much flow rate. If this is good for you then fine - a lot of "power showers" use ridiculously large amounts of water (and hence energy to heat it) for not really that much benefit. In fact, one that has less flow rate than an electric shower has probably got something wrong with it.
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