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Triton Caselona Easyfit 8.5kW Electric Shower Set with 2 year guarantee £39.99 or 10.5kw version £54.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
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Couldn't believe the price on this - had to check it wasn't just for the riser rail! Triton Caselona Easyfit 8.5kw shower with over temp cut out, flow and temperature controls, 3 m… Read more
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nihcaj

A quick look at the schematics shows this is not the same internal layout as the previous "Caselona" or "Caselona II" models, so don't expect an instant replacement on you existing pipework & cabling :-( The nearest fit seems to be the Triton "Enrich" model which is still widely available for about 48 to 50 quid in 8.5KW version. Other models (name seems to depend on where you buy it!) seem to have the same internal component layout and may well fit like for like too, although don't expect to be able to fit a higher rated unit on cabling intended for a lower powered one .

ws007

wow, good price usually the cheapest price for these are £55

TRITON ENRICH WHITE ELECTRIC SHOWER, 9.5 KW @ B&Q - Free Delivery or C&C
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Found 28th MayFound 28th May
If you can access Trade point, you save a further £2.90. Triton Enrich white electric shower offers 1 spray pattern and 3 power levels, operated by a variable power control. 2 … Read more
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peter1969uk

Thats just how much they are selling it for, that doesn't make it the RRP. You will find the shower on Amazon and even on eBay for £70 and over. Screwfix and B&Q are part of the same group of companies owned by Kingfisher. So you often see similar priced items in both stores.

Blitz8484

When they have it on sale they'll have the original price them the sale price below it to show it's in sale. But they don't so it's not on sale on they're website! Just the original price they ate selling it for...

peter1969uk

They have it for sale at £59.99, I cannot see anywhere on the page where it says RRP.

Blitz8484

Not really a deal when Screwfix has it for sale at £59.99 rrp

a_user

Identical to the Triton Cara, just a new name is all. Generally a quite reliable unit, they tend to last around 4-5 years, so at around £60 every time it needs replacing, it's not bad at all really.

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Bristan Smile 9.5kW Electric Shower - White for £53.27 delivered @ Homebase
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Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Great value shower at Homebase The Bristan Smile 9.5kW Electric Shower White is an attractive and modern styled electric shower unit. Sleek and modern styled, perfectly suited f… Read more
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billyboyjones

Mira prices have absolutely shot threough the roof.

thabiz

If you want to increase the power of a cheap electric shower then I reccomend one of the Turbo shower heads off ebay. The ones with little balls in that supposedly make the water purer, I don't know if they really do that, but they do increase the power by 25% or so. Not a massive increase, but well worth it for £8 or less. I think the balls and small apertures basically allow the pressure to build up abit. Plus some of them have 3 spray modes.

Grumpy1

8.5 kW version also available for a few pence less https://www.homebase.co.uk/bristan-smile-8-5kw-electric-shower-white_p252639

smokedsausage

8.5 kw is plenty for a electric shower , these are pretty good showers though do have 1

rhitey

I've had the Wicks badged version of this shower for over a couple years now and its been fine, no issues at all A hell of a lot better than the expensive Mira it replaced and I'm not sore about that at all........

Mira Escape Plus 9kw electric shower Argos 93.99
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Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Cheap thermostatic shower same shower looks to be £300 in screwfix
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wowbiggy

Really good price for thermostatic electric shower!

mcvicker7556

Heat from me good price for a Mira shower

jimjimjeroo

What I'm trying to figure out is it better than a 10.5 kw considering it's rrp

starbidder

I don’t know why peeps are pulling this apart and sending it to Siberia? I have had one for years and it’s survived. So heat from me (highfive)

bobziz

Good find. Next cheapest seems to be Amazon at £133.99. heat added.

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MIRA JUMP WHITE 10.8KW MANUAL ELECTRIC SHOWER £67.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C
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Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Great price for this from Screwfix, well over £130 anywhere else. Easy replacement for many electric showers. Adjustable slide bar fits over holes left by previous shower kits. Se… Read more
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FlangeNut123

To check the cable (T&E) chances are you'll have to go up in the loft and measure the cable. Google your shower make & model number to find out the rating if you don't have the manual. Assuming someone hasn't fitted a higher rated one already.

kennethsross

Yeah, 9 - 9.5 max. Trouble is you probably have 6.0mm T+E from that to the shower. I would be looking for 10.0mm for a higher rated shower. Don't take risks - nothing worse than your house burning down when you're in the shower (embarrassed)

cocobwoy

DOM40B6 which i am guessing is 40A so up to a 9-9.5kw is that right? Can you upgrade these to higher? The problem we have is the current shower can't heat the water quick enough but it is a crap titan. This is my first experience with electric showers so not sure what to expect from something like a Mira

kennethsross

Check the rating of the MCB labelled 'shower' in your distribution box.

cocobwoy

Thanks, anyway of telling what the supply is capable of? Just moved into a house with an electric shower which is crap. Looking at upgrading before getting a mixer.

9.5 kW GROHE Tempesta 100 Electric Shower £72.99 @ Amazon
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Found 3rd Dec 2017Found 3rd Dec 2017
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. For a sense of sheer indulgence this electric shower features a choice of three spray patterns to suit your mood, and includes GROHE DreamSpra… Read more
FlorencesDad

And cold I would hope. (y)

goemon

The units are made by redring and they kinda suck they frequently leak from the o ring in the internal filter and when a small ammount of limescale get in the gap around the power button it constantly gets stuck. The only grohe components are the hose and the shower head. I have two of them which i bought after seeing a which? Product review - I regret my decision. Not bad for the price at £73. But definatly not worth a premium price over any other brands.

fishmaster

I believe you require 10mm cable for this. I still have 6mm so can't install anything over 8.5KW

realvinner

Hot for sure!

luvsadealdealdeal

Grohe is a top brand - though they presumably contracted out the manufacture of this, albeit to their spec Quite a steal of a price.

Mira Sprint Electric Shower 10.8kw £101.70 @ B&Q With B&Qs price promise of price match plus 10% extra off
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Found 16th Nov 2017Found 16th Nov 2017
Mira Sprint 10.8kw shower is currently £140 at B&Q but only £112.99 at Argos. With B&Qs price promise of price match plus 10% extra off, the price goes down to £101.70 Ho… Read more
GasGaGlide

was there much difference?

trancemitter

Thanks for posting this. Just replaced my broken Mira Sport for a Mira Sprint 9.5kw. B&Q beat the Argos price by 10%. Paid £92.69

_Betty

You're right. I've corrected it now. Thanks for pointing that out. 😊

timetosurf

This is a Mira sprint not sport. 🤔

_Betty

I've added the B&Q link to the main thread and included the Argos link in the description. :)

Triton Cara 9.5KW Electric Shower, Black for £30 with 2 Years Guarantee @ B&Q
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Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
Spotted this earlier and thought it might be a good deal to share. :o -- Triton Cara black electric shower offers 1 spray pattern and 3 power levels, operated by a variable power… Read more
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fredstar786

Got delivered today

mariealcockma

Mine arrived today ordered Thursday evening also Enrich ..black too

sosarder

Arrived this morning. Enrich model (not cara) but photo looks the same. Happy days. Ordered within 10 mins of the deal being posted.

EdR883

Just had call from b and q, claimed there was a glitch on the system and they have no stock so order cancelled....

bumbaclart

Hi, I have that but when you log in to your B&Q account is the order still showing?

Mira Move 9.5kw White and Chrome Electric Shower  £24.99  Argos/eBay
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Found 27th Oct 2017Found 27th Oct 2017
Smooth Move. Mira Move is the perfect replacement for electric showers that accept water connections from the right. Now it’s easy to upgrade to Mira. Clearscale™ technology cuts … Read more
morrig

Must have been hot, or just a quick shower. For any one after a good cheap one there is a Triton 9.5kw one for £42.41... https://www.amazon.co.uk/Triton-Seville-9-5kW-Electric-Shower/dp/B0035549XG/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 Just spotted it went hot a few days ago... https://www.hotukdeals.com/thread/2815880/new-comments

Bear.Bargains

wow that didn't last long! Must have only been one in stock

blue1971

OOS but would've been well decent

Triton Seville 9.5kW Electric Shower £42.41 Del @ Amazon
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Found 22nd Oct 2017Found 22nd Oct 2017
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon Multiple Cable & Water Entry Points for Replacement Rotary Temperature Control Rotary Power Control: Cold, Eco, High Easy Clean Shower … Read more
othen

You don't understand.

KEVIN6BZ

uk voltages are 230 +10% or -6% so within 216.2volts - 253volts . Under normal conditions I have seen 257 volts which was reported to local DNO and lowest I have seen is 223 volts . but when there's a phase down to a transformer I have seen it as low as 166v which drives electrical stuff mad.

muffboy

You and your mates and your neighbours and your work colleagues can check with a multimeter and I can almost guarantee you will all be getting supplied at 240v or 415v if on a 3 phase supply

othen

I'm afraid you are wrong there: all UK households are supplied with 220v-240v harmonised voltage for single phase supplies, that means the power companies can legally provide power within that range of voltages. If course one has to take the lowest voltage (and hence the highest current) because that is what can happen - my calculation was nothing to do with erring on the side of caution.

muffboy

You speaketh perfect sense apart from the 220v, in the UK most households will almost definitely be supplied @ 240v which is less than 40A for a 9.5kw. That said, always best to err on the side of caution.

Triton Amore 8.5kw Electric Shower - Brushed Steel - B&Q Clearance - £130 (or £117 on Wednesdays with Diamond Card for over 60s)
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Found 26th Jul 2017Found 26th Jul 2017
I can't actually say (yet) whether this shower is any good, but I do believe this is the best price it can be found for. Cheapest alternative I could find was Amazon at £214 but sa… Read more
nomis83

Yeah the price seems to vary quite a bit online. I'm still pretty sure I picked this up about £100 cheaper than anywhere else. It's a nice looking shower, but i'm amazed they sell it for over £300!

roba1st

its £329 at VERY

Triton Riba Electric Shower White 8.5kW + 2 Years Guarantee £41.65 with Free C&C @ Wickes
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Found 22nd Jun 2017Found 22nd Jun 2017
Really good value for this model and the customer reviews look pretty good too. This Triton Riba Electric Shower has been reduced from £79 to £49, but you add it to your basket y… Read more
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FCRL

Just got one thank you

trf197

Is anybody else struggling to checkout on the Wickes website? Just getting repeated 404 errors...

RHodgett

Thanks!

Triton Riba Electric Shower White 8.5kW - 2 Years Guarantee £41.65  with Free C&C @ Wickes (Using code)
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Found 23rd May 2017Found 23rd May 2017
A few places have this at £49 at the moment, although there is a voucher code for an Extra 15% off - MAY17 Not the most powerful, but it's a good price for this model and review… Read more
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Martini

Well said "othen". You can't just say 6mm cable can take 47 amps and is fine for an 8.5 kW shower. There are more factors to take into account such as where and how the cable is routed to the shower unit. Seek advice before you burn your house down or kill yourself! There is also no way this would work on a lighting circuit and I'm sure it was a joke!

othen

The current carrying capacity of 6mm^2 is 39A (see Table 4F1A), which means a B32 MCB, which would not be sufficient for a 8.5kW appliance (37A) - that is the regulation, but saying that would a 6mm cable and a 32A MCB work? Almost certainly, but the main factors would probably be a. Voltage drop (lower potential difference at the shower means higher current in the wire, and hence a bigger heating effect) b. Thermal insulation (the figures in the book are for direct clipped cable in air - if it is running through 10m of insulation the situation will be very different). I'd rather that electric showers were not available to the public at all because they look so easy to fit or change, and most DiYers have no idea about voltage drop/current carrying capacity/over current protection/fault protection - and as a consequence I see a shocker (sorry for the pun) every now and then. The biggest danger is where someone fits a more powerful (particularly 10.5 kW - drawing 46A, or more if there is significant voltage drop) to replace a 7kW appliance connected to a 6mm^2 cable (I've even seen 4mm^2 cable). Sometimes the MCB has been changed for a larger one because it kept tripping (for what reason I wonder?) without the DiYer realising the cable then had no over current protection. I know it always says on the packet that the shower should be fitted by an electrician, and that new installations are notifiable, but that does not stop people doing the above to save a hundred pounds or so (and risking a fire).

Kenwoods001

6mm Cable can take up to 47 amps and is fine for a 8.5kw shower.

jameswestby

Yeah definitely not safe, standard lighting cable normally 1.5mm cores and main supply cable 2.5mm cores. Hope just a joke if not I'd suggest taking it out now.

elbs

who knew, indeed

TRITON ENRICH MANUAL ELECTRIC SHOWER WHITE 10.5KW £69.99 @ Screwfix
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Found 15th Feb 2017Found 15th Feb 2017
Features multiple cable and water entry points for ease of installation. Simple dial controls for temperature and power. Supplied with riser rail, adjustable shower head holder and… Read more
Kojo_Segu

It's now £49.99

mani1

Bargain,have 2 Triton showers which are at least 10 years old.

DRRINK

Cheap

sradmad

good find op, heat added

Bakerdave

£129.00

Triton Martinique 10.5kW Electric Shower + 2 year guarantee - now £55.16 delivered with code @ Amazon
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Found 20th Jan 2017Found 20th Jan 2017
It's £10 cheaper than the previous deal posted. - Phased Shutdown (Limescale Resistant Shutdown) - Slimline Technology - Push Button Power Controls: Cold, Eco, High - 5 Shower Hea… Read more
barneyonion

good price for triton

samseng

No it's Brexit

callum84

Discontinued? They still manufacture it and is part of their current range. Probably a revision 8 years ago. Cheaper 8 years ago? Bloody hell, is this that inflation thing they speak of.

Mecoconuts

This appears to be a very old shower that was discontinued over 8 years ago.....and it was cheaper then....lol https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/10-5kw-triton-martinique-electric-shower-150422

Bob_Green

Yea we get it, £10 off a £50 spend :p

Triton Martinique 10.5kW Electric Shower + 2 year guarantee - now £65.16 @ Amazon **Cheapest**
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- Phased Shutdown (Limescale Resistant Shutdown) - Slimline Technology - Push Button Power Controls: Cold, Eco, High - 5 Shower Head Spray Patterns - 2 year full parts & labour… Read more
avinine86

gutted ....missed such a great deal

pabs1000

​what electric shower do you recommend then

NotMyRealName

Heat added, just bought as my old shower is on its way out and probably about to cause a fire!

Noeldude

This model is exactly the same as an Opal 2 model - they've just tarted up the front case and shower head a bit. Really quite simple to switch if you know how to isolate the power and the water. If you don't (or if you're feeling particularly lazy, you could just swap out the control board (with the solenoid) from your old Opal with the one in this. Nothing more than a few screws and crimped spade connectors. If you're in any way uncertain about any of this and particularly isolating the power then get a spark in.:)

BUZZ.FUZZ.47

To be honest I don't know. The shower keeps going hot and cold and my uncle who is a plumber said I need a 9.5kw one.

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