Triton Enrich Screwfix Bank holiday  4-7th May for £39.99 @ Screwfix
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Triton Enrich Screwfix Bank holiday 4-7th May for £39.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 3rd May
Triton Enrich 8.5kw

Screwfix Bank holiday deal 4th to 7th May 2018

Deal goes live 04.05.2018
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Please note if you're after a decent power shower this is not it.

If you're a cheapskate landlord and buy job lots of these for your 36 student rentals go right ahead. But be aware that you'll need to buy twice as many as you need because they burn out pretty quickly with moderate use.

Source: we've gone through two of these so far and the current one is on its way out. Last time the workers just left the dead one in our sink for us to dispose of.
Heat added to counter the bitterness above
Ryz0r28 m ago

Please note if you're after a decent power shower this is not it.If you're …Please note if you're after a decent power shower this is not it.If you're a cheapskate landlord and buy job lots of these for your 36 student rentals go right ahead. But be aware that you'll need to buy twice as many as you need because they burn out pretty quickly with moderate use.Source: we've gone through two of these so far and the current one is on its way out. Last time the workers just left the dead one in our sink for us to dispose of.


I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called cheapskate showers in the last couple of years for landlords and haven’t yet had to go back to change one. Heat.
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Please note if you're after a decent power shower this is not it.

If you're a cheapskate landlord and buy job lots of these for your 36 student rentals go right ahead. But be aware that you'll need to buy twice as many as you need because they burn out pretty quickly with moderate use.

Source: we've gone through two of these so far and the current one is on its way out. Last time the workers just left the dead one in our sink for us to dispose of.
Heat added to counter the bitterness above
Voted cold because of lack of essential information - its 8.5kw.
Ryz0r28 m ago

Please note if you're after a decent power shower this is not it.If you're …Please note if you're after a decent power shower this is not it.If you're a cheapskate landlord and buy job lots of these for your 36 student rentals go right ahead. But be aware that you'll need to buy twice as many as you need because they burn out pretty quickly with moderate use.Source: we've gone through two of these so far and the current one is on its way out. Last time the workers just left the dead one in our sink for us to dispose of.


I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called cheapskate showers in the last couple of years for landlords and haven’t yet had to go back to change one. Heat.
andygosmore14 m ago

I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called …I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called cheapskate showers in the last couple of years for landlords and haven’t yet had to go back to change one. Heat.


is the water inlet reversible (i.e. from left or from right?)

I have a Triton Ivory 4 that is tripping my RCD in the junction box when my oven is on, so it may be on the way out.
I've also had issues with the 'Enrich' range. Triton do make some good showers, but these are poor.

The included shower head / pole is cheap, the flow isn't very good and we had one fail on us mid shower.

I'd really recommend buying one of the higher range models from Triton or Mira.
We bought one of these for a bathroom refurbishment. Our plumber advised us to return it as, although, he said it was okay as a summer shower when little heat is needed. No vote, caveat emptor.
andygosmore148 m ago

I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called …I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called cheapskate showers in the last couple of years for landlords and haven’t yet had to go back to change one. Heat.


Have worked in screwfix and they sell thousands of these and are never returned.Dont know how 1 customer is having such bad luck.
WalterSmith44 m ago

is the water inlet reversible (i.e. from left or from right?)I have a …is the water inlet reversible (i.e. from left or from right?)I have a Triton Ivory 4 that is tripping my RCD in the junction box when my oven is on, so it may be on the way out.


Check on screwfix website should have pics it will tell you.
Folks it's a shower for £50 now £40 they are reliable but if looking nice finish,expensive shower heads and good flow rate well you obviously need to spend more than £40
Got 2 of these - no issues yet
Had one of these for about 4 years but we don't use it much in winter

At this price it'e well worth buying more than 1 so if they do fail, it's just a simple switch with no extra plumbing.
WalterSmith1 h, 42 m ago

is the water inlet reversible (i.e. from left or from right?)I have a …is the water inlet reversible (i.e. from left or from right?)I have a Triton Ivory 4 that is tripping my RCD in the junction box when my oven is on, so it may be on the way out.


Sounds like it was wired by somebody who was wired!!! Sounds like they have just put it on your kitchen ring, rather than its own fuse. Best advice, get a qualified electrician to check it out before your house burns down!!
Link to installation and operating instructions here
I have one of these and wired it in to outside electric security light and garden water pipe....no issues other than it freezes up in winter but all in all a good shower.
gerry72302 h, 34 m ago

Have worked in screwfix and they sell thousands of these and are never …Have worked in screwfix and they sell thousands of these and are never returned.Dont know how 1 customer is having such bad luck.



Crap wiring in their house.
Edited by: "dijital" 3rd May
Got one a year ago.
Fitted it PROPERLY, and it works a treat.
Flow rate/heat is a bit slack on eco mode, but use the full 8.5kw and it's perfectly fine.
If you have a flow rate/heat problem , you might want to make sure you are using the correct gauge of cable, 6mm wont cut it.
Don't use a water supply from a header tank, you need a decent water main supply.
Get a different shower head if you want various shower head spray patterns. This is a bargain at 40 quid.
If you want skin ripping power - buy a jet wash.
Edited by: "Yakkyda" 3rd May
I have the 10.5kW version of this (£69.99) screwfix.com/p/t…18-

It's great and has been going strong for the past 5 years... just make sure you have 10mm2 wiring for 10.5kW - don't try to get away with 6mm2
Flow does slow quite a lot in winter even with 10.5kW but is perfectly usable - wouldn't fancy the 8.5kW version in winter personally... you'd be standing under a dribble on the coldest days.
I had no problems with the wiring
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zocom2 h, 20 m ago

I had no problems with the wiring [Image]


I am a fully certified gas safe engineer and can see no problem with the above!
zocom2 h, 35 m ago

I had no problems with the wiring [Image]


But you didn't use the shower.
However, the only person who did use the shower had their funeral last week!
You could plug a hair dryer in, saves getting out of the shower with wet hair.
Buy a decent Mira Sport shower fit and forget . I bought one out of Screwfix and it cost me £200. It’s replacing one that’s 5 years old and is still working but shower room is getting gutted so everything coming out . I’ve fitted showers like this in the past and they have burnt out within 18 months. Buy cheap and you get cheap.
andygosmore121 h, 33 m ago

I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called …I am an electrician and have fitted in excess of 50 of these so-called cheapskate showers in the last couple of years for landlords and haven’t yet had to go back to change one. Heat.



Simple design, saves water better than our old one.

No its not a power shower but then if i put a deal up for a fiesta would you shout "its no bently!"
Yakkyda3rd May

Got one a year ago.Fitted it PROPERLY, and it works a treat.Flow rate/heat …Got one a year ago.Fitted it PROPERLY, and it works a treat.Flow rate/heat is a bit slack on eco mode, but use the full 8.5kw and it's perfectly fine.If you have a flow rate/heat problem , you might want to make sure you are using the correct gauge of cable, 6mm wont cut it.Don't use a water supply from a header tank, you need a decent water main supply.Get a different shower head if you want various shower head spray patterns. This is a bargain at 40 quid.If you want skin ripping power - buy a jet wash.


Good advice you really cant use a header tank!
If you do you need an addon pump to ramp up the pressure/flow.
I have installed numerous of the cheaper Creda £49.95 range and they last for years!
Its usually one of the copper heater elements that goes on a shower.
Limescale is a killer for the inlet pressure sensor!
Shower switches off and wont come on - clean out the sensor and its fixed but so many folks just chuck em out!

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Edited by: "omendata" 4th May
Im not an Electrician and I have one that is wired up to my Door Bell, seems to work Ok until some knocks on the door.

Dont forget the £5 Off when you spend over £25 thing at Screwfix this weekend.
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