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electric shower advice please!

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WouldYouCouldYouWithAGoat Sat 11-Oct-08 19:28:30

it is all rather confusing.
do more kw = better shower?
my is the miro sport better than the miro sprint?

god i am boring myself but if anyone has any sensible electric shower advice i would be v. grateful

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Sat 11-Oct-08 19:49:21

Baaa

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Sat 11-Oct-08 19:49:37

kw = higher pressure

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Sat 11-Oct-08 19:50:28

links to micro sprints and sports please.

Are these power showers or just electric?

WouldYouCouldYouWithAGoat Sat 11-Oct-08 19:50:32

thank you sweet lady of waffle.

WouldYouCouldYouWithAGoat Sat 11-Oct-08 19:51:18

just electric, think power showers are a waste of water. i just want one that i install, it cleans me and doesn't break down ever.

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Sat 11-Oct-08 19:52:23

Ok. I am pretty sure the higher the kw the higher the pressure.

BoysAreLikeRabidDogs Sat 11-Oct-08 19:52:30

here is a helpful diagram

HTH

BoysAreLikeRabidDogs Sat 11-Oct-08 19:54:48

More KW = more water going through, not neccessarily with a pump - but there is a limit, according to DP.

Mixer showers use a pump.

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Sat 11-Oct-08 19:55:08

Mira sport is one of the best sellers on one website, there is a sport max that is higher pressure (10.8kw I thnk)

WouldYouCouldYouWithAGoat Sat 11-Oct-08 20:01:02

mira sport is more expensive (mira sprint 8kw is £99 whereas a mira sport 10kw is about £200)

i am happy to spend the extra but just need to know why.

thank you ladies!

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Sat 11-Oct-08 20:13:14

www.plumbnation.co.uk/site/mira/?gclid=CPydt77sn5YCFRdqQgodwX407A

SweetApril Sat 11-Oct-08 21:35:32

Do you live in a very hard water area? Our electric shower broke down because of scale build-up - plumber said it was a real problem in our area. It wasn't repairable either. Sorry, don't mean to be negative just thought it might be another thing to consider.

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