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Whets your ideal shower?

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50shadesofmeh Sun 09-Mar-14 09:22:46

We are refitting our En suite and have a quadrant shower enclosure and trying to find a shower that looks nice and gives a lovely shower without being too expensive.
Most electric showers are fugly plastic boxes and the mixer showers come with their own problems , what would you get?

justaweeone Sun 09-Mar-14 09:29:39

Have a look at Aqualisa Digital Showers
There are loads of different ones according to your needs,we have a digital pumped one. But best of all it has an additional button mounted on the wall so you can turn it on and wait for it to reach temperature before you get in!
The showers are not cheap but long guarantee and excellent customer service.

50shadesofmeh Sun 09-Mar-14 15:18:05

Thanks justaweeone is the aqualisa digital nice and strong?

justaweeone Sun 09-Mar-14 15:27:23

It is fantastic
You have the choice of two levels of water power
The lower one is powerful enough
You can have a concealed one or exposed,the exposed one is ideal if you do not want to rip out tiles etc
We have the exposed one but paid nearly £600 for ours inc the extra button(that was nearly 7 years ago) however have ordered this one for the Dc's bathroom from plumbworld

Aqualisa Visage Digital Pumped Concealed Shower with Adjustable Height Kit - VSDCA01G

Code PWQU0167 £480.97 Saving £160.81 until offer ends£320.16
(inc VAT)
Standard Delivery: £5.96 (inc VAT)

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