Triton Aquatronic 4 Ultra 9.5KW shower £63.99 @ Wickes
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Triton Aquatronic 4 Ultra 9.5KW shower £63.99 @ Wickes

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Found 7th Nov 2014
Deal only started yesterday. Decent price for a shower that you would usually find at around the £100 mark.

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If your electrics can take it worth going for the 10kw versions, also worth checking different model names else where as they are often called different things but are same models

Original Poster

Cheapest I could find elsewhere in its other guises was £95 so its still a decent saving. Had to show the Wickes staff the website as their systems still had it at £127 due to the deal being so fresh.

eslick - care to explain why it would be worth going for a 10kw version?

Have some heat!

http://www.diy.com/departments/triton-cara-white-electric-shower-95kw/42473_BQ.prd

i bought the screwfix shower which has been very good.

http://m.screwfix.com/p/triton-enrich-electric-shower-white-9-5kw/74867?filtered=true

this one

Original Poster

That screw fix shower is great but its not nearly the same quality shower.

aLV426

eslick - care to explain why it would be worth going for a 10kw … eslick - care to explain why it would be worth going for a 10kw version?Have some heat!



Greater kW means more power / water flow , tried 9.5 before took them back, might not seem a big difference but really is. Just google triton 10.5kw they can be got for around £70. They come with dials or buttons but reality they are the same.
Edited by: "eslick" 8th Nov 2014

So you are recommending a 10.5kW shower now?
Heat for the deal as posted, not for better opinions/options....
Shower wattage is not linked with water flow, unless you have a power shower (pressurized water supply). All the ones available on the web site linked to by the OP are gravity fed, therefor the water flow will be the same entering the unit. The problem with a shower over 9kW is they usually need greater water pressure to ensure safe temperatures. For example a 7kW shower will happily work @ 1Bar as will a 9kW one, (however the water flow will be greater - not the same as pressure). Some 9.5Kw and any 10kW + models I have seen need at least 1.5Bar pressure.
Water pressure and water flow are not the same thing.....
This is HotUKdeals - come for the deals not the opinions!
Edited by: "aLV426" 8th Nov 2014
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