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Triton Enrich White 8.5kw Manual Electric Shower - £44.98 Click & Collect at Screwfix (£49.98 delivered)
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Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
A great value unit that is easy to use and install. Dial temperature controls to set preferred power and temperature levels. Ideal replacement shower with top, bottom, side and rea… Read more

No buy a mira much better


My Triton Kito has just gone. Would this be a good replacement?


Great price - got 2 of these - great showrs


Good little shower. I've got this exact one, Installed it 5 or 6 years ago when the old one failed after more than a decade. It's a straight swap with these Triton showers so no pipes, tiles needing altered. I'm keeping an eye out for the black one on a deal, it'll look good against the slate colour tiles. 8.5kw isn't powerful to many but it does fine for our family. Our wiring won't support anything more powerful atm.

Triton T70gsi Easy Fit 10.5Kw White Electric Shower, £58.94 at Amazon
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Posted 7th FebPosted 7th Feb
Triton T70gsi Easy Fit 10.5Kw White Electric Shower, £58.94 at Amazon£58.94 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
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Decent offer. Price drop from £69 to £58.94. About this item Easy plumb - triton's swivel-fit technology is a 180° fully reversible swivel water inlet that accommodates water c… Read more

Anyone know if a standing shower head unit be attached to this and would it work? Thinking something light this https://www.screwfix.com/p/maina-rear-fed-exposed-chrome-shower-with-diverter/9553t Or would it need like a bigger eletric system?


Its a Mira advance and you can store upto 5 settings. They don't do that model anymore by the looks of things. I guess I should be grateful it lasted as long as it did. Why don't they last longer!?


I had a Triton T80 easy fit and it lasted just over 2 years. I'm on my 2nd one, but only had it a year. So far so good. To be honest if I got 7 years out of my shower I'd be quite happy. I might move onto Mira if this one breaks. What make of shower do you have now?


About 7 years and was a fairly decent model. Its on its last legs at moment!


How many years did they last? Were they the cheaper models?

Bristan Solis 8.5kW Electric Shower - White - £74.99 @ Argos / ebay
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Posted 18th JanPosted 18th Jan
Bristan Solis 8.5kW Electric Shower - White - £74.99 @ Argos / ebay£74.99£18459% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
8.5kW. Over temperature cut-out. Push button stop/start. Auto shut-down/safety shut off. Complete with wall brackets and fittings. 1 shower spray mode. Thermostatic. … Read more




Triton T70gsi 8.5 kW Electric Shower, White - £64.99 at Screwfix - free click &o collect
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Posted 4th JanPosted 4th Jan
Triton T70gsi 8.5 kW Electric Shower, White - £64.99 at Screwfix - free click &o collect£64.99Screwfix Deals
Good offer from Screwfix. Features Swivel-Fit for left and right side water connections. Simple to install and use, with dial controls for temperature and power settings. Suppli… Read more

ANY kinda water is great in Glasgow, it flushes the Glenmorangie outta the liver :) . I'd rather live there for the Triton showers, then. (y)


Water is lovely and soft here in Glasgow...


I bought the 9.5kw version. Takes a lot longer for the hot water to come through, like 45 seconds long. My old one was hot in 5 - 10 seconds. Just think Triton showers are terrible all around.


Is it true that any of these type of showers clog up and become unusable after a year or so, in hard water areas? (i .e ALL of UK) Does one have to instal water softeners?


Thanks for finding this. Ordered the 9.5kw one for an extra tenner.

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Triton T80 Easi-Fit Electric Shower 8.5kW (Free Click & Collect) £79.98 @ Toolstation
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Posted 14th Dec 2020Posted 14th Dec 2020
Triton T80 Easi-Fit Electric Shower 8.5kW (Free Click & Collect) £79.98 @ Toolstation£79.98£139.9843% off Free P&P FreeToolstation Deals
Multi-Fit Electric Shower • Suitable for cold mains water only • Push button start / stop • Rotary control for 3-setting power selection • Delivers 8L per minute at 1.0 bar • M… Read more

I have a Mira Sport that is 10 years old and still works fine and at my previous house I had a Mira Vigour that was 8 years old when I moved. I have read that the newer ones are not as well made but I think thats probably like most things today.


Even if they're not the longest lasting you've saved yourself a few quid fitting them yourself, which almost pays for them really. There are some good YouTube videos on how to fit. You might need a tile cutting drill bit (couple of quid) & some PTFE tape (a quid) and that's about it really (other than a bit of common sense). The one things that is good with Triton showers is that they come with a guarantee. If they do break down in the guarantee period and they find the fault lies with the shower unit itself, then you're covered.....there's nothing to pay. BUT if there is no fault with the shower and its correct operation you will have to pay their callout fee. https://www.tritonshowers.co.uk/help-and-support/support/product-guarantees


140 quid XD


I've got 2 of these in my house. 18 months in and no problems (touch wood). They are indeed pretty easy to fit.


Got the 9.5kw version of this. Been in place for 7 years and no issues.

Triton Enrich White 9.5kW Manual Electric Shower £54 @ Screwfix
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Posted 13th Dec 2020Posted 13th Dec 2020
Triton Enrich White 9.5kW Manual Electric Shower £54 @ Screwfix£54Screwfix Deals
Was looking to replace a non working Electric 9Kw shower came accross this on offer Screwfix : Cheapest available Suitable for Cold Mains Water Only Delivers 3.9Ltr/min at 1b… Read more

You can't beat a bit of Welsh


Pretty poor shower these i have one in the property I bought and its not great i mean it does the job but it will be getting ripped out when I do the bathroom (embarrassed)


How much do you think the trade price should be ?


After reading through this entire thread, I am now certain that if someone posted a deal for a shower curtain at £5 a number of people would be saying it was a terrible deal, that the water repelling £100 curtain they own is a far better buy


The vast majority of users on this site are unlikely to be Trade buyers spending ££££'s each year. Having said that paying an extra £6 as a non Trade customer is good value @ £54 or equally so, getting 12% discount as trade customer after spending ££££'s per annum is a poor trade price @ £49