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Modern Chrome Douche Shower Spray kit with Wall Bracket & Hose

A modern chrome plated brass douche shower spray kit, contains a high quality trigger operated handset, hose and Wall mounting bracket with fixings. Comes with a 5 year manufacturer's guarantee. To be used in conjunction with a douche thermostatic bar valve (sold separately).

Product Details
Height: 126mm
Depth: 55mm
Style: Modern
Material: Solid Brass
Colour/Finish: Chrome Plated
Suitable for all plumbing systems
Easy installation
Effective and practical to use
Water Pressure: LP1 - 1 bar pressure minimum
Shower Head with on/off lever
All measurements are approximate

Pictures shown are for illustration purposes only.

Guarantee: 5 Year

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rimalpatel00728/05/2020 15:26

Well said.Now repeat this to other post with 200+ comments


Done . Its clear from the comments that some individuals posting replies have disgusting hygiene practices and are not for changing. God help their other half's. If I had the time I would set up a company installing these spray kits nationwide. People in the Far East are generally very conscious of personal hygiene. Sadly in the UK we are not.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 28th May
orangelemon28/05/2020 14:32

Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in …Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in this device for UK market (from a smug bidet owner)


I have been using these in my travels to the Far East for the last 30 years. Brilliant idea. I use mine via the cold water supply. Its connected via a diverter coupled to the isolation valve. The cold water is ok even in the winter for the first minute or two. After that its sorta coldddddddd. In summer its fine.
These sprays should be installed in every household in my opinion. Would probably have helped keep the Covid infection rate down too as we all know how ineffective toilet paper is and what it transfers to your hands.
Is it delivered in a bag ?
Lota!!!!
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Is it delivered in a bag ?
Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in this device for UK market (from a smug bidet owner)
orangelemon28/05/2020 14:32

Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in …Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in this device for UK market (from a smug bidet owner)


I have been using these in my travels to the Far East for the last 30 years. Brilliant idea. I use mine via the cold water supply. Its connected via a diverter coupled to the isolation valve. The cold water is ok even in the winter for the first minute or two. After that its sorta coldddddddd. In summer its fine.
These sprays should be installed in every household in my opinion. Would probably have helped keep the Covid infection rate down too as we all know how ineffective toilet paper is and what it transfers to your hands.
johnnyd57uk28/05/2020 15:21

I have been using these in my travels to the Far East for the last 30 …I have been using these in my travels to the Far East for the last 30 years. Brilliant idea. I use mine via the cold water supply. Its connected via a diverter coupled to the isolation valve. The cold water is ok even in the winter for the first minute or two. After that its sorta coldddddddd. In summer its fine. These sprays should be installed in every household in my opinion. Would probably have helped keep the Covid infection rate down too as we all know how ineffective toilet paper is and what it transfers to your hands.


Well said.
Now repeat this to other post with 200+ comments
orangelemon28/05/2020 14:32

Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in …Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in this device for UK market (from a smug bidet owner)


Nothing like a 5° blast of water straight on ya tender bits. Invigorating.
rimalpatel00728/05/2020 15:26

Well said.Now repeat this to other post with 200+ comments


Done . Its clear from the comments that some individuals posting replies have disgusting hygiene practices and are not for changing. God help their other half's. If I had the time I would set up a company installing these spray kits nationwide. People in the Far East are generally very conscious of personal hygiene. Sadly in the UK we are not.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 28th May
johnnyd57uk28/05/2020 15:38

Done . Its clear from the comments that some individuals posting replies …Done . Its clear from the comments that some individuals posting replies have disgusting hygiene practices and are not for changing. God help their other half's. If I had the time I would set up a company installing these spray kits nationwide. People in the Far East are generally very conscious of personal hygiene. Sadly in the UK we are not.


I've seen them all over the Middle East.

Their other half's are probably just as unhygienic as them.

Agree with everything that you've said.

Unpleasant thought: if people had to defecate from their mouths (and most of us know people who talk s*** nonstop), you'd have to be utterly disgusting just to wipe your mouth with tissue only - water is undoubtedly the way forward!
Edited by: "Dakota777" 28th May
Lota!!!!
johnnyd57uk28/05/2020 15:38

Done . Its clear from the comments that some individuals posting replies …Done . Its clear from the comments that some individuals posting replies have disgusting hygiene practices and are not for changing. God help their other half's. If I had the time I would set up a company installing these spray kits nationwide. People in the Far East are generally very conscious of personal hygiene. Sadly in the UK we are not.


Don't know mate, public toilets in SEA are scary. Thanks to these little butt showers, they're swimming. I've never been scared of water, not even of swimming in the Atlantic Ocean. But a puddle slowly making its way from the neighbouring cubicle to your general direction is pure horror. I think these are wonderful in your own home, you know who touched them before you, you know they're hygienic (hopefully) but I cannot bring myself to touch these in a public toilet.
An arse will smell irrespective how you wash it, people only assume water is cleaner and hygienic.
Be scientific about what you say. Try touching it 5 minutes after a “proper clean with soap and water” and smelling it
It makes no difference how you wipe it
half the people who use bidets don’t use soap they just use water, I have lived in Middle East where there are bidets in large multinational offices and they don’t have soap next to them, only soap is at the wash basin
people just assume their arse is the cleanest, everyone’s else’s smells
Szabster28/05/2020 16:27

Don't know mate, public toilets in SEA are scary. Thanks to these little …Don't know mate, public toilets in SEA are scary. Thanks to these little butt showers, they're swimming. I've never been scared of water, not even of swimming in the Atlantic Ocean. But a puddle slowly making its way from the neighbouring cubicle to your general direction is pure horror. I think these are wonderful in your own home, you know who touched them before you, you know they're hygienic (hopefully) but I cannot bring myself to touch these in a public toilet.



Would never use a public toilet in SEA especially the ones with the hole in the ground setup. Probably the worst ive ever come across. So many times ive had to beat a hasty retreat having got no further than the cubicle door my sandals awash in the proverbial..
Virtually all homes chalets and hotels in SEA have these spray kits installed and thats the place to use them. Hopefully it will catch on in the UK one day.
Recently fitted one. Should be in every home, just paper alone doesn't clean properly imo. I don't notice any difference when the water is cold.
I've had one in my house ever since visiting the Far East. I agree every home should have one
This is not a good quality product, started leaking after few weeks.
Same issue with replacement
You can get thermostats fitted to help with the cold water problem
edwardsi28/05/2020 16:44

An arse will smell irrespective how you wash it, people only assume water …An arse will smell irrespective how you wash it, people only assume water is cleaner and hygienic. Be scientific about what you say. Try touching it 5 minutes after a “proper clean with soap and water” and smelling itIt makes no difference how you wipe it half the people who use bidets don’t use soap they just use water, I have lived in Middle East where there are bidets in large multinational offices and they don’t have soap next to them, only soap is at the wash basinpeople just assume their arse is the cleanest, everyone’s else’s smells


Can you answer me this: If you had sh*t on your carpet would cleaning with tissue or with water be a better option?
Edited by: "Hello_Mista" 29th May
johnnyd57uk28/05/2020 15:21

I have been using these in my travels to the Far East for the last 30 …I have been using these in my travels to the Far East for the last 30 years. Brilliant idea. I use mine via the cold water supply. Its connected via a diverter coupled to the isolation valve. The cold water is ok even in the winter for the first minute or two. After that its sorta coldddddddd. In summer its fine. These sprays should be installed in every household in my opinion. Would probably have helped keep the Covid infection rate down too as we all know how ineffective toilet paper is and what it transfers to your hands.


I have a thermostatic valve on all of ours. Life saver in winter!.
Hello_Mista28/05/2020 17:28

Can you answer me this: If you had sh*t in your carpet would cleaning with …Can you answer me this: If you had sh*t in your carpet would cleaning with tissue or with water be a better option?


I'd pray on it Kenneth Copeland style.

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If you stood on some poo with your barefoot would you wipe it with a tissue and say it's clean?

Water is natures way of cleaning impurity.... It's so logical... We wash everything with water (clothes, dishes, cars) why don't we see the logic in washing the bum! Baffling!
Edited by: "ashtrex" 28th May
Hello_Mista28/05/2020 17:28

Can you answer me this: If you had sh*t in your carpet would cleaning with …Can you answer me this: If you had sh*t in your carpet would cleaning with tissue or with water be a better option?



water will be very very messy. I would do it with a tissue, a wet one
if I put water it is going to get messy and spread it everywhere
If I had a carpet cleaner I would wash with shampoo water specially made for carpet cleaner but until I hire one I would get a baby wipe
for daily spills I would use tissue paper
in fact baby wipes are better at removing small spills that water
have you been washing spills on carpet with water ?
you didn’t answer my question but asked yours, typical
orangelemon28/05/2020 14:32

Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in …Used everyday in Thailand but the water is never cold which is the flaw in this device for UK market (from a smug bidet owner)


I have mine on a mixer thermostat... Guess who was laughing during the great TP drought...
edwardsi28/05/2020 17:54

water will be very very messy. I would do it with a tissue, a wet one if I …water will be very very messy. I would do it with a tissue, a wet one if I put water it is going to get messy and spread it everywhere If I had a carpet cleaner I would wash with shampoo water specially made for carpet cleaner but until I hire one I would get a baby wipe for daily spills I would use tissue paperin fact baby wipes are better at removing small spills that water have you been washing spills on carpet with water ? you didn’t answer my question but asked yours, typical


It seems all these solutions to spillages etc require a liquid of some sort..
Genuinely baffled by these things.... are you just jet washing the area, using after paper... using your hand with soap etc ? HOW Do you use one ?
Is a cold water only one usable in UK ? I'd imagine it quite uncomfortable.
RoosterNo128/05/2020 18:45

Genuinely baffled by these things.... are you just jet washing the area, …Genuinely baffled by these things.... are you just jet washing the area, using after paper... using your hand with soap etc ? HOW Do you use one ?Is a cold water only one usable in UK ? I'd imagine it quite uncomfortable.


You may have your own preference on tissue before or after. Usually just water, no soap involved.

Unpopular opinion but as uncomfortable as the cold water may be, it does help certain.. body parts.. contract, post release.
Tobargainornot28/05/2020 18:35

It seems all these solutions to spillages etc require a liquid of some …It seems all these solutions to spillages etc require a liquid of some sort..


That’s your interpretation based on your inherent prejudice
it definitely doesn’t require using a hose pipe to clean the carpet, it will create a lot of mess if you hose it with a running water pipe
Tobargainornot28/05/2020 18:35

It seems all these solutions to spillages etc require a liquid of some …It seems all these solutions to spillages etc require a liquid of some sort..


So when you wash your bums you use water not soap and if you touch it, you’ll know it smells
just as in case of carpet, if I wash it, if it’s even possible to wash with a hose pipe, it won’t still be clean until I use a special carpet washer later. Even then it’s not as new

for my initial cleaning, I can use a tissue paper as water doesn’t anyway make it clean

also carpet is absorbent not like my bum which is not absorbent.

to give you another example, if you dip your hand in oil, and use only water, the oil doesn’t wash off

if you use a tissue paper it washes off more, definitely more than just water

I have much drier hands although still unclean but comparatively they are cleaner than if I had used water
edwardsi28/05/2020 20:04

So when you wash your bums you use water not soap and if you touch it, …So when you wash your bums you use water not soap and if you touch it, you’ll know it smells just as in case of carpet, if I wash it, if it’s even possible to wash with a hose pipe, it won’t still be clean until I use a special carpet washer later. Even then it’s not as new for my initial cleaning, I can use a tissue paper as water doesn’t anyway make it clean also carpet is absorbent not like my bum which is not absorbent. to give you another example, if you dip your hand in oil, and use only water, the oil doesn’t wash offif you use a tissue paper it washes off more, definitely more than just water I have much drier hands although still unclean but comparatively they are cleaner than if I had used water


Yes, using tissue WIPES off more than just water. Isn't it entirely possible that if you do both, it's cleaner than each individual method? Having drier hands after wiping your bum is irrelevant as I am assuming they would become wet when you wash them after.. right? Or just a dry towel and job done?
Edited by: "Tobargainornot" 28th May
edwardsi28/05/2020 19:53

That’s your interpretation based on your inherent prejudice it definitely d …That’s your interpretation based on your inherent prejudice it definitely doesn’t require using a hose pipe to clean the carpet, it will create a lot of mess if you hose it with a running water pipe


My inherent prejudice is based on all the examples you kindly provided of cleaning a carpet with liquid or a WET wipe..
Tobargainornot28/05/2020 20:07

Yes, using tissue WIPES off more than just water. Isn't it entirely …Yes, using tissue WIPES off more than just water. Isn't it entirely possible that if you do both, it's cleaner than each individual method? Having drier hands after wiping your bum is irrelevant as I am assuming they would become wet when you wash them after.. right? Or just a dry towel and job done?


The hand example is because someone gave the carpet example
what is more like your bum, the skin on your hands or the carpet

so if you dip your hands in oil to make them dirty and just use water without wiping them with tissue they are more dirty than just wiping with tissue. A dry towel after you wash with water is a very unclean towel, I hope you use it only once and then it goes into the washing machine on a hot cycle !
you can use a wet wipe, it’s still a tissue and than a drier one, job done also without installing a a spray
edwardsi28/05/2020 20:04

So when you wash your bums you use water not soap and if you touch it, …So when you wash your bums you use water not soap and if you touch it, you’ll know it smells just as in case of carpet, if I wash it, if it’s even possible to wash with a hose pipe, it won’t still be clean until I use a special carpet washer later. Even then it’s not as new for my initial cleaning, I can use a tissue paper as water doesn’t anyway make it clean also carpet is absorbent not like my bum which is not absorbent. to give you another example, if you dip your hand in oil, and use only water, the oil doesn’t wash offif you use a tissue paper it washes off more, definitely more than just water I have much drier hands although still unclean but comparatively they are cleaner than if I had used water


Your anus will still have sh*t particles stuck to it, then your spreading it as skid marks onto your underwear. If you just use toilet tissue paper. Which makes your essay you wrote pointless. My advice use a little tissue to wipe excess, wash with good old H2O (thoroughly such as this bidet device) then wipe and dry again with a little tissue paper. Behold your anus has no faeces!!!
Hello_Mista28/05/2020 21:36

Your anus will still have sh*t particles stuck to it, then your spreading …Your anus will still have sh*t particles stuck to it, then your spreading it as skid marks onto your underwear. If you just use toilet tissue paper. Which makes your essay you wrote pointless. My advice use a little tissue to wipe excess, wash with good old H2O (thoroughly such as this bidet device) then wipe and dry again with a little tissue paper. Behold your anus has no faeces!!!


Careful there, sounds like 'inherent prejudice'
Several people here mentioned cold water.
Did anyone mention a thermostatic mixing valve?
Yes, it complicates the installation, but costs just about £15 and is really worth installing.

I installed a similar shower few months ago and it was one of the best improvements I ever made. Works really well even with my low pressure water (first floor, tank in the loft).
Edited by: "grumbler" 28th May
Can someone recommend a good quality wall shut off valve to go with this?
polarbaba28/05/2020 17:31

I have a thermostatic valve on all of ours. Life saver in winter!.


I must get round to fitting one but yes thats the proper way to do it.
johnnyd57uk29/05/2020 07:55

I must get round to fitting one but yes thats the proper way to do it.


You'll be very very happy you did it!.

Your butt will thank you!
Hello_Mista28/05/2020 21:36

Your anus will still have sh*t particles stuck to it, then your spreading …Your anus will still have sh*t particles stuck to it, then your spreading it as skid marks onto your underwear. If you just use toilet tissue paper. Which makes your essay you wrote pointless. My advice use a little tissue to wipe excess, wash with good old H2O (thoroughly such as this bidet device) then wipe and dry again with a little tissue paper. Behold your anus has no faeces!!!



You probably either don’t read or don’t comprehend what I asked and keep on writing the same thing over and over again
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