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dannymccann
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Registered: 9th Aug 06
Location: Doddington, Lincolnshire
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3rd Apr 10 at 21:34   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Heyup plumbers. Are these things any good? Do they knacker your shower / pump in any way? The only review I can find is on ciao.co.uk so Im not going to consider it.

It's a pretty powerful powershower as it is and its brand new but I definetly dont want to use a small device like this if its going to cause long term problems.

Cheers
Conway563
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Registered: 7th Jun 06
Location: Yate, Bristol
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4th Apr 10 at 09:56   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

We had one randomly turn up in the post a little while ago and it's made a massive difference (although ours is a shitty mixer shower)

The pressure is now much better but then it couldn't really get much worse than it was
dannymccann
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4th Apr 10 at 10:31   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Just found something on MSE Forum, must of missed it last night. The back pressure from this thing blew some poor sod's push fit connectors off and he flooded his house Think Ill be giving it a miss. Thread here for anyone who is interested
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=1570731&page=1
jungle
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Registered: 22nd Nov 07
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11th Apr 10 at 07:19   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

tbh tho mate i've seen normal water pressure blow off push fit fittings off water pipes on building site's
mattk
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Registered: 27th Feb 06
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11th Apr 10 at 16:57   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I hate pushfit with a passion, I very very rarely use it, only use it when I really have to

cant see them things doing much good tbh

[Edited on 11-04-2010 by mattk]
Brett
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Registered: 16th Dec 02
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11th Apr 10 at 17:33   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Are your water bills really that much? It's the cheapest bill we get.

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For a 2-person household, the eaga ShowerSmart will typically save more than 12,000 litres per year*, cut carbon emissions by 1 tonne* of CO2 over its lifetime and save about 20* on gas and 20* on water bills (where metered) per year.

20 a year saving

[Edited on 11-04-2010 by loafofbrett]

 
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