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Decent electric shower

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LakeFlyPie Sat 31-Oct-20 12:09:35

Does such a thing exist these days?!
Due to install a shower room in converted loft space and wonder about going for an electric shower so we would have a functioning system if we had any problems with boiler in future and also wonder if hot water and decent pressure might be better as boiler is 2 floors down.
DP and I recall ugly units with piddling pressure from rental properties in our youth but wonder if the world of electric showers has transformed in modern times.
Any advice or recommendations please?

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Soozikinzii Sat 31-Oct-20 12:22:45

Ours is an electric shower by triton in chrome effect was slightly more expensive than the white ones like £20 more can't quite remember but well worth it still looks good after ten years ! . It isn't a power shower or anything but works well we have a head that lets you alter the flow . Recommended .

HotChoc10 Sat 31-Oct-20 13:10:59

I've just ordered this one which I think looks quite smart. Can let you know in a fortnight or so how good it is!

PigletJohn Sat 31-Oct-20 20:54:08

An electric shower will never deliver as much hot water as a well-designed cylinder or combi system

UK electric showers have around 10-12kW of power; and a modern boiler has around 30kW.

LakeFlyPie Sat 31-Oct-20 23:59:09

Thanks for your replies
PigletJohn - as I suspected.
I think we may have lead pipes between mains in street and our house which need to be replaced, that might help with water pressure and we could also look into a pump.
I'm not looking for a luxurious bathroom but a decent shower is a must

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