Triton Seville 10.5kW Electric Shower, free delivery £50.56 @ Amazon
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Triton Seville 10.5kW Electric Shower, free delivery £50.56 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Dec 2014Made hot 28th Dec 2014
7.5kW £53.23
8.5kW £49.25
9.5kW £50.56 also available on the same link

Product Description
Size Name: 10.5kW
Product Description
Convenient to use and economical to run, the Triton Seville electric shower heats cold water instantly and does not rely on the water pre-heated by your boiler. The inbuilt heating elements ensure a hot and refreshing shower is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The 5 electric cable and water entry positions allow maximum flexibility when fitting as a new installation, or ease of matching up existing plumbing and wiring if being fitted as a replacement. It's easy to use with a numbered temperature control dial, and 3 power settings allow versatile use (high power setting, economy setting for summertime use and cold setting for rinsing). The scale resistant shower head can provide 5 different spray effects, from a wide gentle spray through to a vigorous jet pattern.

Box Contains
Electric shower
Chrome hose
Shower head
Riser rail kit including brackets
Soap dish
Installation instructions
Warranty registration card

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22 Comments

seems a good deal

Looks like its been as low as £42.29 in last January's sale... I wonder if its yet to drop again for this Jan?

Roughly how much labour would it cost to upgrade my 7.5kw Shwer to a 10.5kw, i have a modern elec consumber unit, i rexkon i would need to run about 10M of new cable

This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen them at that price all over since.

will3000

This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen … This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen them at that price all over since.

Idiot!

Thanks,bought one.

will3000

This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen … This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen them at that price all over since.


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cw018666

Roughly how much labour would it cost to upgrade my 7.5kw Shwer to a … Roughly how much labour would it cost to upgrade my 7.5kw Shwer to a 10.5kw, i have a modern elec consumber unit, i rexkon i would need to run about 10M of new cable



10m of 10mm twin and Earth cable from Amazon- £40. Simply gaffa tape one end of the two cables together (securely) and pull them through. Then get an electrician to fit new shower and likely a higher rates fuse as well as isolator in the bathroom.

When would one use these as opposed to having hot water from a boiler?
Edited by: "benjai" 28th Dec 2014

I need our existing 9.5Kw triton shower downgraded to a 7.5Kw or 8.5Kw because our electrics can't handle the 9.5Kw and it cuts out the electricity when using it on the high setting.

I wonder how much it would cost to have someone replace the existing one with this one in 7.5Kw?

@richardm86

Sounds like you may need to upgrade your shower trip fuse.

Get an electrician in to check as this would be more cost effective than finding a plumber to replace your shower unit as the regulations have altered over the last few years meaning that electric showers require a plumber that holds the latest electrical certification, and because of this they will charge a pretty penny. Good luck.

I bought one 4 weeks ago to replace our broken unit. Whilst both were 10.5k this triton provides much hotter water at a faster rate. I paid £65 from amazon and £25 for a builder to fit. Don't need an electrician if it's a like for like replacement.

will3000

This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen … This is not a deal. I bought one of these 1.5 years ago for £40. Seen them at that price all over since.



if u can give us a link to a cheaper price then your kinda right but if not then yes it is a deal.

Will a 10.5kw shower deliver hot water at a more powerful rate compared to a 7.5kw shower, or will it simply heat water hotter at the same rate?

@theshabster

The water will flow at a faster rate because of the increase in Kws.

We upgraded from 7.5 to 9.5Kw and it's a noticeable difference as I am still using the economy setting whereas on our old unit we would be using the higher setting this time of year.

Dickyboyagain

@richardm86Sounds like you may need to upgrade your shower trip fuse.Get … @richardm86Sounds like you may need to upgrade your shower trip fuse.Get an electrician in to check as this would be more cost effective than finding a plumber to replace your shower unit as the regulations have altered over the last few years meaning that electric showers require a plumber that holds the latest electrical certification, and because of this they will charge a pretty penny. Good luck.



We had someone look before and the electrics need upgraded. Need thicker cable running and the thing in the fuse box changed etc. Was going to cost a lot of money for this. We already have a triton shower installed so it should be easy enough for someone to replace the existing 9.5Kw one with a 7.5Kw one? No idea how much that would cost though.

@richardm86

Sounds like that is your least expensive option. My experience was that I couldn't find a plumber with the electrical knowledge that was able to install it as they had to pay to have the certification as well as learn all the necessary parts inc. part p and wether earth bonding was present etc.

I got one of these for £40. Nothing flash but does the job perfectly and had no problems in 2 years.

I recently bought one of these but for £62. It was easy to fit as there are multiple entry points on the unit for the power cable and water supply. I'm very, very pleased with it, although I've used a longer shower hose and a better shower head with mine (one from Lidl).

AmberJack

I recently bought one of these but for £62. It was easy to fit as there … I recently bought one of these but for £62. It was easy to fit as there are multiple entry points on the unit for the power cable and water supply. I'm very, very pleased with it, although I've used a longer shower hose and a better shower head with mine (one from Lidl).[img]http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/chart/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



Thanks for the quick review, this electric shower is now hot

Dickyboyagain

@theshabsterThe water will flow at a faster rate because of the increase … @theshabsterThe water will flow at a faster rate because of the increase in Kws.We upgraded from 7.5 to 9.5Kw and it's a noticeable difference as I am still using the economy setting whereas on our old unit we would be using the higher setting this time of year.



Thanks for that. We also use the high setting through winter. In fact, we use it on high in summer also, but on the coldest high setting (if that makes sense)?

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