I bought one of these last time it was on offer. The pump's absolute junk that blows more air back up towards you (because the top of the pump chamber where the plunger goes in isn't sealed) than it does down the plughole. Thought I must have got a duff one so I had it replaced and the replacement was just as bad. Other than that I have no complaints.
Bought this last time on offer, really good !!
Super rubbish 🗑
Rubbish...trust me ;)
Good product but this is full price, it's £1.99 when on offer, posted many times previously including mentions in your post for the inferior version on Amazon recently.
Use good silicone. Dow Corning 385, silicone tool Come back to bathroom fitted 4-5 yyears still white
Brought after all the comments that I can poo in this. Will test and take pictures for anyone else that’s curious (cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky)
I think the dimensions would be depth 110 width 70 not the other way around.
Got this 1.5 years ago and got it fitted in my en-suite bathroom. Been in constant use since. Looks good features are handy. Steamer gives steam and reaches 30 degree in 5-6 minutes. Takes long time to clean glass all around but it’s down to our scaled water. Time will tell how reliable they are but I would not fault it at this price
The runny version is always easier, hope this helps.
Thank you for posting and congratulations on your first hotukdeals thread (highfive)
The main cyclinder leaked. Had the main unit changed 3 times. Now changed to Mira Honesty and no issues at all. Such a better unit
I've just bought a Mira Atom erd. Part way through installing it, what problems did you have?
I wouldnt recommend this shower, i have had 3 replaced and luckily Mira exchanged it for another model. Seems like there are big issues with the Atom model.
I’ve got a Mira branded shower thing. The tubing is the same cheap rubbish that they all give and will last just over the 1 year warranty period. otherwise it’s fine, but I don’t think it’s a better than other brands at This Price
This is the one I got... https://www.screwfix.com/p/triton-3-position-shower-head-chrome-84-x-230mm/39840 I've got good water pressure and this gave both decent pressure and flow rate for my shower. Very happy with it
Please post a link to the Triton. Thanks
Shame there is no click and collect. Got it of eBay for 16 delivered. Very good.!
If it’s any help I contacted customer services about the delivery charge. And they refunded me instantly and said they will Look into the ridiculous delivery charge of £12.50.
I've got a rainfall shower with second separate shower head. Decided these "soft" satinjet showerheads would just end up poorly replicating the big rainfall showerhead. Went with a Triton head from Screwfix that is excellent and also cheaper
Don’t put on a electric shower otherwise you will destroy it , electric showers should only be used with the sprayhead intented and supplied with shower . Iam forever replacing showers that are knackered because of these spray heads .
Surely the back pressure puts more pressure on the shower motor?
Get it right its a ionic shower head, what ever that means I don't know it just sounds cool. That's the key to selling loads of rubbish for loads of money give it a catchy name
These always make me laugh Adding some stones to a shower head to make it look cool and people love it Essentially all its doing is restricting the flow of water and would be better with a normal aerator
Bought this off the deal, bit sceptical given the amount but just six hours to dwell in the plug and ran through with some hit water and the shower runs away easily now. No additional bottle or half left to store if space is at a premium.
I find the old school plunger works best and no nasty chemicals
Not sure how/why this is a deal? It's been mostly at this price for months. (y)
Just bought 2x1L Mr Muscle for £3 (set up subscribe and save) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075V3T7ZR?psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&ref_=chk_typ_imgToDp
Thanks for your reply. Ive had a few people recommend Ideal over Worcester/Bosch.
Worcester= Plastic internal components= pinholes everywhere. Razor sharp chassis= installers/engineers claret all over the place, Not very service/repair friendly= longer repair times= extra cost Replacement parts are not cheap (we try stay clear) Ideal= Plastic/composite sump= leaks. (Other than that, not many major parts tend to fail, we install a lot of ideals and attend significantly less breakdowns than worcesters) Service/ repair friendly= quicker turn around. Replacement parts are average cost (caviat: I am referring to the newer ideals. We stopped installing ideal for a few years from around 2008'ish, during and after the "icos" and "isar" debarcle) Generally, the system condition accounts for a lot of boiler issues. Make sure you get the system cleaned properly. Pound for pound though, if your requirements are small enough, the main eco compacts are the best value on the market.
Bosch/Worcester or Ideal?
My Gloworm just failed and needs replacing. Not 8 years old yet... And what its failed on started maybe 3 years ago. Looking at Boxt prices and reviews, why wouldnt i go with them... Bosch/ Worcester or Ideal?
Jumping on the thread but has anyone used eazyheat.co.uk Cheapest compared to everyone else online (as need a regular boiler comverted to a combi so that is an extra few quid) but is it worth saving a few quid?
it's is true, with some rain 100l butt will fill up very quickly got the same type, but I wish to have a bigger one, so will buy another one for overfills, cheers (y)
It comes with a deflector kit. You cut into the downpipe at the height of the overflow on the water barrel, then add the deflector on the downpipe which sends the rainwater into the rain barrel; when full, it just continues down the downpipe. See below Or, just redirect your downpipe into the top of the barrel, and then at the overflow put a pipe back into the downpipe. A lot of people including myself prefer this as you catch ALL the water , whereas the deflector method will loose some
Stupid question but how do you rig this into the gutter down pipes?
Thanks OP this is just what I needed, perfect for those that don't need big butt's (lol)
100L is really small. I think they only sell it, because people can fit them in a car (maybe). I have 3x 200L now, all daisy chained. Its not enough. I am not able to capture enough to last. A relay fitted to a water butt pump, the relay is switched using a 12v supply connected to the level switch which is pointed at an angle at the top of the cistern.
I let the air out of our highest radiator once a month. So satisfying to hear the water glug glug up and the top of the rad heat up.
Oh no! What now? (annoyed)
Click & collect all unavailable near me
Who the hell would click and collect a 39p radiator key? Just buy one when you are next out shopping from B&M or home bargains etc.
TopCashBack is a flat-rate £0.17 for click and collect. Never tried it with such a small purchase but there is no mention of a minimum spend. If you've got a socket set with small sizes you may well find that one fits. Either way be careful, the valve can snap off more easily than you think. Don't overtighten.