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Infra-red sensor on bathroom mirror

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whereismagic Thu 16-Jul-15 14:06:50

We are going for a heated mirror in our family bathroom and a lot of them have an infra-red switch. What are the odds that it will break very soon with children trying it endlessly? I am concerned that there are very few places that fix broken electrical items and it never makes economical sense so ewe will have to shell out for a new one. Alternatively, does anybody know a not naff looking heard mirror with a pull switch?

brumeye Thu 16-Jul-15 23:27:52

We're going for cabinets with infrared switch. Surely it's less likely to break than a normal switch because there's nothing mechanical to wear out?

Kissmetillitingle Fri 17-Jul-15 16:14:48

Be careful of these mirrors I have one & the light they give out is very poor.

superram Sat 18-Jul-15 19:46:53

We have 3 with no problems after 3 years

whereismagic Sat 18-Jul-15 20:57:12

Thank you. We are looking at Roper Rhodes ones. I assume if John lewis sells them, they should be of reasonable quality.

CointreauVersial Sat 18-Jul-15 21:08:58

We've had one for years with no issue.

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