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Posted 18th Jun
quick question and after a few opinions on which would be better I have a tight shower room and I am thinking of going for a 700x 900 or a 800 x 800 shower which would be better in terms of useage both are a tight fit but I haven't got much space, I have seen a 700 x 900 shower which I am happy with it's internal space but not seen a 800 800 so not sure if that will be better or worse option.

thanks for any input and advice.
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I'm looking for small shower enclosures too for my second bathroom. I'm not buying until I've stood in it. So if they have a showroom or go to a competitor with your tape measure and step inside the demonstration ones until you find something similar. You don't want to get it wrong of you're going to use it regularly.
Can't seem find any stores locally open might try bnq n the likes tommorow.
Just a personal opinion but I have a 760x760mm shower and its a PITA. I'm always banging my elbows on the sides when showering so I would go for the 800x800 to give a bit more width, rather than 700x900 which is even narrower but gives more room behind me which is no help at all!
They’re plenty 7x9 or better 7x1m just google them
Scotland131418/06/2020 20:57

They’re plenty 7x9 or better 7x1m just google them


My question isn't, about where too buy meant which would be better done have space for 1m wide,
Delbert.Grady18/06/2020 20:39

Just a personal opinion but I have a 760x760mm shower and its a PITA. I'm …Just a personal opinion but I have a 760x760mm shower and its a PITA. I'm always banging my elbows on the sides when showering so I would go for the 800x800 to give a bit more width, rather than 700x900 which is even narrower but gives more room behind me which is no help at all!


Would you say, 40mm would make much difference too elbows, for the 700x900 if it's side ways like shower head is facing 900 would that not help. I seen a 700n900 fitted at families house that seemed ok but the shower head was on the 900mm wide side not 700mm.
Consider the cost of the enclosure as well as the base as non standard sizes cost more. I've had a760x760 and they arefustrating as the mixer or shower head can restrict the doors opening (if its a sliding door). I'd buy the 800x800 personally.
Wet room?? I know it’s a bit more expensive but will give the extra space and would be totally worth it in the long run??
Edited by: "jessica41" 19th Jun
MynameisM18/06/2020 21:24

Would you say, 40mm would make much difference too elbows, for the …Would you say, 40mm would make much difference too elbows, for the 700x900 if it's side ways like shower head is facing 900 would that not help. I seen a 700n900 fitted at families house that seemed ok but the shower head was on the 900mm wide side not 700mm.


Agree that 40mm would not make much difference for elbow room but if the shower head can go on the 900mm wide side of a 700 x 900 that would be much better. If you've seen a 700x900 one fitted and were happy with it then I would go with that.
Delbert.Grady18/06/2020 20:39

Just a personal opinion but I have a 760x760mm shower and its a PITA. I'm …Just a personal opinion but I have a 760x760mm shower and its a PITA. I'm always banging my elbows on the sides when showering so I would go for the 800x800 to give a bit more width, rather than 700x900 which is even narrower but gives more room behind me which is no help at all!


You could always shower sideways?
Ok I have looked at more different options and I think 700 900 maybe best option, seen some at 30mm and 40mm low profile which is better, is there any problem with going for 30mm in terms of the strength or it wouldn't matter.
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