MIRA JUMP WHITE 10.8KW MANUAL ELECTRIC SHOWER £67.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C
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MIRA JUMP WHITE 10.8KW MANUAL ELECTRIC SHOWER £67.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C

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Found 11th Apr
Great price for this from Screwfix, well over £130 anywhere else.

Easy replacement for many electric showers. Adjustable slide bar fits over holes left by previous shower kits. Separate power and temperature controls for precise tuning. Clearscale technology reduces limescale for improved performance.

  • Suitable for Cold Mains Water Only
  • Delivers 4Ltr/min at 0.7bar
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Push-Button Start / Stop
  • Rotary Power Control
  • Rotary Temperature Control
  • Riser Rail
  • 4-Spray Pattern Shower Head
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Just worth pointing out that not all supplies to an existing shower will be capable of carrying 45 amps.
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Seems a good deal, heat added!
That's really cheap for a 10.8kw recognised brand. Heat. There was one at my local Stourbridge store 5mins ago, now gone and no more stock locally.
Just worth pointing out that not all supplies to an existing shower will be capable of carrying 45 amps.
None in Cornwall
Prize to anyone who can find a store with any of these in stock.

Wild goose chase
kennethsross54 m ago

Just worth pointing out that not all supplies to an existing shower will …Just worth pointing out that not all supplies to an existing shower will be capable of carrying 45 amps.



THIS!

Anyone running out to pick this up please check the power rating of your current shower first.

Always replace like for like - or even lower.
how much to fit a shower, it's council place so don't wanna put too much money in it, but would love s shower in there
No stock
kennethsross2 h, 53 m ago

Just worth pointing out that not all supplies to an existing shower will …Just worth pointing out that not all supplies to an existing shower will be capable of carrying 45 amps.


Thanks, anyway of telling what the supply is capable of? Just moved into a house with an electric shower which is crap. Looking at upgrading before getting a mixer.
cocobwoy2 m ago

Thanks, anyway of telling what the supply is capable of? Just moved into a …Thanks, anyway of telling what the supply is capable of? Just moved into a house with an electric shower which is crap. Looking at upgrading before getting a mixer.



Check the rating of the MCB labelled 'shower' in your distribution box.
kennethsross8 m ago

Check the rating of the MCB labelled 'shower' in your distribution box.


DOM40B6 which i am guessing is 40A so up to a 9-9.5kw is that right?

Can you upgrade these to higher?

The problem we have is the current shower can't heat the water quick enough but it is a crap titan. This is my first experience with electric showers so not sure what to expect from something like a Mira
cocobwoy10 m ago

DOM40B6 which i am guessing is 40A so up to a 9-9.5kw is that right?Can …DOM40B6 which i am guessing is 40A so up to a 9-9.5kw is that right?Can you upgrade these to higher?The problem we have is the current shower can't heat the water quick enough but it is a crap titan. This is my first experience with electric showers so not sure what to expect from something like a Mira


Yeah, 9 - 9.5 max. Trouble is you probably have 6.0mm T+E from that to the shower. I would be looking for 10.0mm for a higher rated shower.

Don't take risks - nothing worse than your house burning down when you're in the shower
Edited by: "kennethsross" 11th Apr
To check the cable (T&E) chances are you'll have to go up in the loft and measure the cable.

Google your shower make & model number to find out the rating if you don't have the manual. Assuming someone hasn't fitted a higher rated one already.
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