"Didnt know what to expect for £70 but have to say I am so impressed. I was replacing a old triton shower and didn't expect the replacement one to be much better but I can safely say its awesome, it's like a power shower now and it was really easy to fit. Very impressed and would recommend."
"I purchased this Triton electric shower to replace my existing old Triton electric shower. After removing the old unit. Fitting the new shower was a doddle. I did not have to drill any extra holes or make adjustments to piping or cables. Basically it fitted straight in place."
"Bought two of these showers for the two spare bathrooms. Whilst they are not as good as a power shower they are far cheaper and very easy to install. I would recommend these units to anyone. Good pressure off the water main but watch the power rating as you need a hefty circuit to feed each one."
"I bought this product to replace a Gainsborough sv800, and am very disappointed with its performance. The 2 power settings are not sufficient to produce a decent flow of water at the desired temperature."
"I bought this to replace a faulty Triton Ivory 9.5kW which is no longer available. I wanted a new shower that could be fitted without altering the existing pipework and electrics and this was the closest in terms of dimensions and specification. The rear pipe entry and the top fixing hole in the backplate were is the same position as on the old shower. The lower fixing hole was slightly offset but this was not a problem as I drilled a new hole in the wall. A new 15mm compression nut and olive was required, these are not included. The front cover is a bit fiddly to refit as the splines for the controls have to be lined up perfectly. The unit appears well made and the plastic is of good quality and the controls have a positive feel. The riser rail set feels a bit cheap but it does the job and comes with a soap dish. This shower is very good value for money and well worth considering if you are replacing a similar unit."
"I moved into a house for the first time already fitted with an electric shower, was wonderful instant hot water no messing with the taps to get it right, great i thought. Then it went bang! unfortunately with me in it at the time. Having never experianced fitting a shower before, first thing that went through my mind was trying to find a plumber, how long it was going to be and finally the expense! Well i thought to save time and money ile find the shower for myself and try to remove the old. Our shower at the time was the triton t80si 8.5kw and a new one of the same spec was £139.99. However after reading up on screwfix and viewing the instruction manuals for installation I found that the t70si was almost 100% identicle fittings and even better is that I got the 9.5kw for a little over £70. With the only difference i could see was my old one had the push button start stop and this had a dial. And my old shower head had more spray patterns than the new, this was not a problem as i just kept and used the old spray head. This is an inexpensive shower so it was never going to be packed full of features but to be honest what more do you want it turns on and off, has a temperature adjustment and a power setting everything you would need really. Now i'm no plumber or qualified electrician but i have had some training in electrics, I would say that I am an above average DIYer. I fitted the new one in little over 15 mins, taking care to disconnect the electric and turn the water supply off, it was just just 2 screws to the wall a new olive for the pipe and some ptfe tape to seal it and some bathroom sealer to go all around to seal it against the tiles. I followed the very simple instructions to prime the shower, then that was it. Fantastic now a brand new shower fitted and working piping hot and all for under £80 and as i registered it with triton (online) it now has it's 2 year garuntee what more could you ask for. Thankyou screwfix."