From basic white boxes to sleek chrome units with wireless controls, we reveal how to buy the best shower for your bathroom

Electric showers

Having a poor shower is miserable, as you huddle under a trickle of warm water before being frozen to the bone when someone turns on a tap nearby. That’s why, if you’re refitting your bathroom, or creating a new en-suite, you need to make sure you buy a great shower you’ll be happy to use every day. Whether you’re looking for a cheap shower or want a top-of-the-range power shower, this guide will help you make the right choice. And if you already know what you’re looking for, head straight to our round-up of the best electric showers.

What type of water system do I have?

When buying a new shower, the first thing you need to consider is the type of water system you have in your house. This will affect the models you can choose. Any water system will work with an electric shower, but for mixer showers, which rely on readily available hot water supply, you’ll be more limited.

High-pressure water systems

Both vented and unvented water systems deliver water at mains pressure and are well suited to mixer or digital showers. Here’s how to check which you have. If you have a combination (combi) boiler then you have a high-pressure vented water system.

In this system your combi boiler, usually located in your kitchen, heats cold water from the cold mains supply as soon as you turn on the shower, removing the need for a storage tank. If you have a hot water tank but no cold water tank then you have a high-pressure unvented water system.

Water is stored in the strengthened hot water tank, often situated in an airing cupboard, and is then heated by either immersion heaters or by a central heating boiler.

Low-pressure water system

If you have a cold water tank (normally in your loft) and a separate hot water tank (normally in your airing cupboard) then you have a low-pressure gravity system.  The water pressure in this system is generated by gravity and is dependent upon the distance the water drops from the cold water tank.

So, if there’s little distance between your shower and your water tank then you’ll get low water pressure. This system is usually best suited to power or electric showers, although if you have good-enough water pressure then you could use a mixer shower.

Cold mains supply

If you don’t have access to any hot water – as may be the case in an outbuilding – or if there’s only a limited amount, then you’ll rely on the cold mains supply. In this case you need an electric shower. Not sure which type of shower to buy?

Follow these pointers: If there is no hot water supply to that bathroom, you’ll need an electric shower If there is hot water and you don’t have a gravity fed system, you should get a mixer shower If there is hot water and you have a gravity fed system with good water pressure, you should get a mixer shower If there is hot water and you have a gravity fed system with poor water pressure, you should get a power shower.

Electric showers buying guide

In an electric shower, cold water from the mains flows into the unit and is heated by an element – just like the element in a kettle. Once the water gets to the right temperature (depending on the heat setting you’ve selected) it’s pushed through the shower head. Watch our video to help you decide which type of electric shower is right for you.

When choosing an electric shower you need to consider its kilowatt (kW) rating. These range from around 7kW to 10.5kW and in general, the higher the rating, the more powerful your shower will be (although you may notice a drop in winter, when the colder water takes longer to heat up).

If you’re replacing an existing electric shower and want to upgrade to a more powerful unit then you need to consider the following points: Is the water pressure in your home adequate? Shower manufacturer Triton recommends a minimum pressure of 1 bar for a 7kW shower, rising to 1.5 bar for a 10.5kW model.

Can your electrics handle the amount of power? Triton recommends a 32A fuse or circuit breaker for a 7kW shower, rising to 45A for a 10.5kW model. Is the electric cable running to the shower big enough? Triton recommends a 6mm cable for a 7kW shower, increasing to 10mm for a 10.5kW model.

We’ve tested a range of the latest electric showers from big brands such as Aqualisa, Mira and Triton. To see which topped our tests, check out our best electric showers.

Who are electric showers suitable for?

Anyone can have an electric shower installed, as they use cold mains water and aren’t affected by the type of water system you have in your home. Because they generate their own hot water they’re usually the shower of choice for households where hot water created by the boiler is in short supply.

But their use isn’t limited to this sort of setup. Even if you have a high-pressure system that delivers plenty of hot water, an electric shower could still be of interest, especially if you’re creating a new bathroom. That’s because it’s often much easier – and cheaper – to connect a new shower to the existing cold water supply rather than rerouting hot water pipes.

A small number of electric showers even include their own pump to boost the water pressure. These are expensive but can offer a solution if you have a low flow rate in your home.

Why choose an electric shower?

As well as being relatively easy to install – although we’d always recommend using a qualified trader for this – they’re also economical to run, as they only heat the water you’re going to use. They generate their own hot water, so they’re ready to use around the clock – you don’t have to worry about switching the hot water on half an hour before you want a shower. Because they have their own internal heating element, they’ll still work even if your boiler is on the blink.

What are the drawbacks of an electric shower?

Although they can be used in high-pressure systems, you’ll usually get a higher flow rate from a mixer shower if you have this sort of setup at home. If you live in a hard water area then their heating elements can be affected by limescale (in the same way it can affect the element in your kettle). The main body of the units aren’t usually particularly stylish, especially on cheaper models, while the need to incorporate a heating element means they’re bulkier than more discrete mixer showers.

Mixer showers buying guide

A mixer shower blends supplied hot and cold water to the desired temperature and delivers it through the shower head.

Concentric, dual and bar mixer controls enable you to leave the temperature at your preferred level when you’ve finished showering; single lever and rotary do not. Mixer showers are available in a number of styles, but the most common are shown in the table below.

Single lever​​​​

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Rotary or sequential

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A single wheel you turn to activate the shower and control the temperature (you can’t adjust the flow). Again, available as a built-in or exposed option.

Concentric

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Comprises an outer wheel to turn on and control the flow and an inner one to adjust the temperature. Available as a built-in or exposed option.

Dual controls

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This has separate control dials to control the temperature and the flow (the latter can sometimes divert some of the water to a second shower head or the bath tap). Usually only available built in.

Bar mixers

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Consist of a bar, either vertical or horizontal, with dials at either end to control the temperature and flow (again, sometimes with divert options). Bar mixers have to be exposed.

Who are mixer showers suitable for?

Mixer showers typically work with any plumbing setup provided there is a hot water supply. Some are specifically designed for high or low-pressure water systems – make sure you check the model you’re interested in before buying.

Why choose a mixer shower?

Mixer showers are more modern in design and tend to offer more advanced functions than electric showers (including digital options). They’re also more attractive, as there is no need for an unsightly plastic box containing the heating element and controls. If you have a high-pressure system, they’ll typically give you a higher flow rate than an electric model. Find out what shower owners really think of big brands, including Aqualisa, Mira and Triton in our guide to the best mixer shower brands.

What are the drawbacks of a mixer shower?

Mixer showers don’t have their own pump, so won’t increase the flow of water to the shower. So if you have a weak water flow from your taps, the same will go for your shower. If that sounds like your house, you’d probably be better off with a power shower. They also rely on an external hot water supply, so if your boiler is slow to heat up, your shower will be too. And if your boiler breaks, you’ll be left without a hot shower. If you’ve got an unreliable boiler then it may be worth investing in a new model. Read our guide to the best boiler brands to discover which you should choose.

Power showers buying guide

Power showers work in the same way as mixer showers in that they combine water from both the cold and hot water supplies.
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Where they differ is that they contain a pump to boost the flow of water through the shower head. This makes them a popular option in homes with low-pressure systems. There are two types of internal shower pumps, plastic and brass. Plastic pumps are cheaper but can be noisier and are unlikely to last as long.

Who are power showers suitable for?

Power showers are ideal if you have a low-pressure gravity system. They should not be used with a high-pressure system (either vented or unvented).

Why choose a power shower?

For one reason only – to boost the flow rate in your shower if you have low water pressure in your house. This can transform your showering experience, as you get to enjoy an invigorating blast of hot water rather than a meagre trickle.

What are the drawbacks of a power shower?

Power showers are more expensive than electric or mixer showers and use a lot more water. As well as being bad for the environment, if you have a water meter you’ll notice the impact on your water bill. They also use more energy than other types of shower because they have to heat more water during the course of each shower. This means your energy bills will be higher, too. Discover which power shower brand is built to last in our guide to the best power shower brands. Feedback from our latest customer survey found that an exceptional 90% of its showers were still fault-free after eight years use.

Digital showers buying guide

Digital showers are the latest innovation in shower design, offering features such as precise temperature settings and wireless control units that can be installed elsewhere in your bathroom.

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They work in a similar way to mixer and power showers, taking water from your hot and cold water feeds. But whereas traditional showers require you to manually adjust the temperature, a digital shower lets you accurately set it using the wireless controls.

Who are digital showers suitable for?

As long as you have access to a hot water feed then you can install a digital shower – you can’t yet get a digital electric shower. You will need to consider the water system you have in your house, as some digital showers are designed for low pressure/gravity systems (and often include a pump – effectively making them digital power showers) and others are designed for high-pressure systems (digital mixer showers).

Why choose a digital shower?

Digital showers look modern and offer novel features that, while not essential, can be handy. Many models offer a range of presets so everyone in the house can save their favourite temperature and flow rates, all accurately displayed on an LED screen – there’s no need to reach in to see if it’s hot enough.

Some even have remote controls, so you can turn them on before getting out of bed, while others include smart apps that let you track use. And unlike with a normal mixer shower, you can locate the digital mixer unit (the part that combines the hot and cold water feeds) separately from the shower itself. This means you can hide it away, giving you a sleeker, minimal look in your bathroom and making it easier and less disruptive for your plumber to install.

What are the drawbacks of a digital shower?

Digital showers are more expensive than standard mixer or power showers. In our latest customer survey we found they were less reliable than more traditional units – the more advanced technology means there’s more that can go wrong. Interested in switching to a digital shower? See what customers had to say about them, and discover which brands impressed, in our guide to the best digital showers brands.

What shower features are important?

While showers are generally fairly simple devices, manufacturers are constantly revising them and adding new features – especially on more expensive models.

While showers are generally fairly simple devices, manufacturers are constantly revising them and adding new features – especially on more expensive models.

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Here are some key features to look out for.

Thermostatic protection – a thermostatic shower is designed to keep the temperature steady to within a couple of degrees, so they should prevent it from turning painfully hot and then numbingly cold if the mains water is used elsewhere in your home.

Automatic shutdown – a safety feature that turns off the shower should either the hot or cold water supplies fail.

Maximum temperature – another safety feature that prevents the shower being manually turned too hot (useful for families with fairly young children).

Limescale protection – different manufacturers offer their own solutions to limescale. Typically it’s handled through a phased shutdown in which increasingly cool water is run through the shower once you’ve finished using it. Limescale is a particular problem for electric showers as they have their own heating element which can get furred up and is hard to access.

Multiple heads / diverters – some showers combine a main large head with a small, manoeuvrable one that can be useful if you’ve got small children or pets to wash. A diverter valve allows you to switch the water flow from one head to the other depending on your need.

Flow and spray options – even the most basic shower will typically let you choose from a limited number of power and spray settings. Spend more and you’ll get more choice, such as eco options that reduce the amount of water used and ‘boost’ features that aerate the water stream to increase the flow rate.

As well as these standard features, some specialist showers come with options that make them especially suitable for people who find showering difficult.

These showers – usually called care or inclusive showers – often offer users tactile controls that are easy to operate and which may even provide audio feedback (helpful for those with limited vision). Some versions let you set the maximum and minimum water temperature and include smart functionality to monitor use – something that carers might find very useful.

How much do showers cost to buy and to fit?

There’s a huge range of showers available to buy and prices can vary wildly. In general, electric and mixer showers are the cheapest, then power showers, while digital showers are the most expensive.

Adding features will bump up the price, so a top-of-the-range electric model with a built-in pump and thermostatic protection will cost more than an entry-level power shower. As a guide, in October 2021, prices for showers in B&Q ranged as follows:

Mixer: £45 – £330

Electric: £60- £330

Power: £289- £435

As well as buying a new shower you’ll usually need to pay a qualified tradesperson to install it. The cost to do this will vary in relation to the complexity of the installation and may depend on where you live in the UK.

But as a guide, online bathroom retailer VictoriaPlum.com estimates that it could cost as little as £100 for a simple like-for-like replacement or between £100 and £400 for a new installation.

Electric Shower reviews

Mira Jump Multi-Fit Electric 9.5kW review

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83%

Key features

  • Standard electric shower
  • Non-thermostatic
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verdict: A great electric shower available at a reasonable price

The Mira Jump Multi-Fit is an excellent shower and a Which? Best Buy. It’s very reasonably priced, delivers a good amount of hot water at a steady temperature and is simple to fit and to use.

Pros
  • Easy to install and to use
  • Maintains very steady water temperature
  • Mostly unaffected by changes in water pressure
  • Eco mode cuts water and energy use in half
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Cons
  • Not the most stylish or advanced

    Triton T90xr 9.5kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    82%

    Key features

    • Pumped electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic
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    verdict: Very consistent flow and temperature control

    If you’re after a consistent shower with a steady temperature, the T90xr 9.5kW would be a great choice. It’s important to note that this Triton model should only be used with a gravity-fed cold water tank (this means you’ll have a hot water cylinder in a cupboard with a separate cold water storage tank usually in your loft). But if you have this sort of setup then it’s an excellent option that’s simple to install, easy to use and very efficient.

    Pros
    • Good flow rate
    • Very stable temperatures
    • Easy to use and clean
    • Quick to install
    • Low annual running costs
    Cons
    • Very noisy
    • Low maximum temperature on eco setting

    Mira Sport Thermostatic 9.8kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    80%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Thermostatic
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     verdict: Convenient, consistent, and comfortable showering

    We were very impressed with this thermostatic shower as the water temperature is controlled brilliantly – even if there’s a sudden drop in pressure. Add the fact that it’s simple to use, easy to clean and economical to run, and it’s clear why we’ve made this Mira a Best Buy.

    Pros
    • Good flow rate
    • Maintains a steady temperature
    • Copes with a drop in water pressure well
    • Easy to use
    • Quick to install
    • Easy to clean
    • Excellent water and energy efficiency
    Cons
    • No major flaws

    Redring Pure 9.5kw review

    £52.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    80%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
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    verdict: Keenly priced, simple and efficient Best Buy.

    The Redring Pure 9.5kW Instantaneous is a simply designed, efficient and effective Best Buy. It’s comparatively cheap to buy and run, and for a shower at this low price point it works very well to maintain a relatively stable temperature. It’s a rare treat to have an easy-to-use, one-handed shower head adjustment on models at this price point, although the Pure’s shower head only has one spray pattern and it’s not the quietest of showers.

    Pros
    • Good temperature stability
    • Efficient
    • Simple
    • Intuitive to use
    Cons
    • Lacks extra features
    • Not the quietest shower

    Mira Decor 9.5kw review

    £210.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    80%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
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     verdict: Efficient, effective and attractive Best Buy

    This Best Buy Mira Decor 9.5kW shower is certainly more than just a pretty face. It’s very efficient and works well to get up to and maintain temperature. It’s easy to use and the adjustment on the shower head to change the spray pattern is excellent.

    Pros
    • Good temperature stability
    • Easy to use
    • Quiet
    • Easy to install
    • Range of spray options
    Cons
    • Could be easier to clean
    • Control markings lack contrast

    Triton Excite+ 9.5kw review

    £115.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    79%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
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    verdict: Good value

    The temperature control of the shower is excellent as long as there are no other demands on your water supply while showering. The ease of use, range of shower patterns and efficiency of this model make it a good compromise of feature, performance and value.

    Pros
    • Very easy to use
    • Heats to high temperatures on both settings
    • Spray pattern options
    • Easy shower height adjustment
    • Very good temperature stability
    • Fairly quick to recover temperature if  toilet flushed or tap turned on
    Cons
    • Installation could be easier
    • Temperature rises by 5°C if additional demand placed on water supply

    Dimplex Vital DL 9.5kW Stop Start review

    Test scoreShow Context

    78%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic
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    verdict: A great, cheap option

    This is a pretty simple shower and its bland design is unlikely to win it too many style points. But it does the basics really well and is a great, budget option.

    Pros
    • Cheap
    • Simple
    • Energy and water efficient
    Cons
    • Basic
    • Few features
    • Water flow rate not as high as the very best

    Mira Sport Max with Airboost 10.8kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    78%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic

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    verdict: A powerful electric shower

    The Best Buy Mira Sport Max with Airboost is an excellent electric shower. It delivers plenty of hot water and is easy to install and to use. The temperature does change if someone else turns on a tap, but it’s no worse than most other electric showers we’ve assessed.

    Pros
    • Lots of features
    • Powerful
    Cons
    • Quite expensive
    • Uses a lot of energy on the high setting

    Mira Galena 9.8kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    78%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Thermostatic
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    verdict: Pricey, but worth it

    This shower doesn’t just look good, it works brilliantly too. It delivers plenty of hot water, holds the temperature steady – even if the water pressure drops – and has plenty of features. Yes, it’s expensive, but it’s cheap to run, and we think it’s worth it, which is why it’s a Best Buy.

    Pros
    • Easy to install and use
    • Low energy and water use
    • Good flow rate
    • Consistent temperatures even if the water pressure drops
    Cons
    • Expensive
    • Low maximum temperature on eco setting

    Mira Azora 9.8kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    77%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Thermostatic
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    verdict: A great shower

    This is a great all-round electric shower. It produces a decent amount of hot water, is easy to fit and use, and keeps temperatures stable at all times.

    Pros
    • Delivers a decent amount of hot water
    • The temperature doesn’t fluctuate as much as most and is quick to recover
    • Stylish design
    Cons
    • Expensive

    Aquas Indulge Touch Flex Smart 9.5kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    77%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic
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    verdict: Powerful and consistent.

    The technology inside this stylish shower has no problem maintaining a steady flow rate and temperature, and the touch controls are so easy to use that it won’t matter if you’re still half asleep when you step into the cubicle. It’s energy and water efficient, and thoroughly deserves being made a Best Buy.

    Pros
    • Good flow rate
    • Handles a drop in pressure well and recovers quickly
    • Easy to use
    • Economical to run
    • Digital controls
    Cons
    • Tricky to install

    Mira Advance Flex 9.8kw review

    £400.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    76%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
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    verdict: A Best Buy with excellent temperature control

    This Best Buy Mira Advance Flex is a quality shower. It’s very easy to use, with a simple and intuitive design. It maintains temperature well. But to switch to eco mode you must open the shower unit and change the settings before replacing the cover – not something you can do on a whim. As such, we didn’t rate it highly for efficiency, as you can’t quickly go into eco mode when you don’t need high water pressure.

    Pros
    • Stable temperature even when pressure drops
    • Easy to clean
    • Accessible
    • Highly customisable
    Cons
    • Not easy to switch to eco mode
    • A bit loud
    • Poor water efficiency on factory high setting

    Mira Meta 9.5kW review

    £200.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    76%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Thermostatic
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    verdict: A great, easy-to-use shower

    This is another excellent shower from Mira. Not only does it maintain a steady temperature for a lengthy shower, but it’s very economical to run, and recovers quickly if there’s a sudden drop in water pressure. We found it easy to install and maintain, all of which means we’re more than happy to give it our Best Buy label.

    Pros
    • Good flow rate
    • Stable temperatures
    • Quick to recover if the pressure drops
    • Easy to use
    • Simple to install
    • Excellent energy and water efficiency
    Cons
    • Low maximum temperature on eco setting
    • Noisier than others

    Mira Elite QT 9.8kW review

    £239.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    76%

    Key features

    • Pumped electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic

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    verdict: A great option if you have a cold-water storage system

    The Mira Elite QT is a great shower. It’s important to note it’s designed to only be used with a gravity-fed cold water tank (this means you’ll have a hot water cylinder in a cupboard with a separate cold water storage tank usually in your loft). But if you have this sort of setup then it’s an excellent option – especially if you struggle with weak water pressure.

    Pros
    • Pump ensures decent water pressure
    Cons
    • High energy use
    • A bit noisy
    • Expensive

    Mira Sport 9.8kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    75%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic
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    Mira Sprint 10.8kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    75%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic

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     verdict: A powerful shower

    The Mira Sprint delivers loads of hot water so you can enjoy a luxurious shower first thing in the morning. This does make it more expensive to run than most showers we’ve tested but you can reduce the running costs by switching to eco mode.

    Pros
    • Reasonably priced for the amount of power it delivers
    Cons
    • Not the most stylish design

    verdict: Pretty good

    This is an impressive electric shower that narrowly missed out being a Best Buy. It’s a pretty good all-rounder though it doesn’t quite handle changes in water pressure as well as the very best.

    Pros
    • Delivers plenty of hot water
    • Quick to recover to around 40°C after a temperature drop
    • Eco mode saves water and cuts costs
    Cons
    • Temperature changes quite a bit when others use water supply
    • Expensive

    Mira Play 9.5kW review

    £160.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    75%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic
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    verdict: A very good option

    The Mira Play is very good shower. It’s not quite in the Best Buy class but it’s still a decent choice, especially if you find a good deal on it.

    Pros
    • Pretty simple to install and to clean
    • Maintains very steady water temperature
    Cons
    • Dials can get a bit slippery

    Triton T80 Pro Fit Eco 8.5kw review

    £167.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    74%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
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    verdict: Efficient, but with minor flaws

    This is a very efficient shower that’s also easy to install and use. The five spray pattern options mean you’re likely to find a setting to suit you and it heats water well in the high power mode. However, its inability to reach our target temperature in economy mode and temperature spike when the water supply has other demands placed upon it prevent it from being a Best Buy.

    Pros
    • Very efficient
    • Easy to install and use
    • Heats water well in high mode
    • Recovers fairly quickly from temperature spikes due to additional demands on water supply
    Cons
    • A bit loud
    • Temperature rises noticeably when a toilet is flushed or a tap is turned on
    • Economy mode couldn’t warm water above 33°C

    Triton Zenica 9.5kw review

    £85.00Typical price

    Test scoreShow Context

    74%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
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    Triton T100XR 9.5kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    73%

    Key features

    • Standard electric shower
    • Non-thermostatic
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    verdict: Not a bad option, but better models are available

    The Triton T100XR is a good shower that does most things pretty well. It’s not quite in the Best Buy class but it’s still a decent choice, especially if you find it on a good deal.

    Pros
    • Pretty simple to use and to clean
    • Delivers decent amount of hot water
    • Efficient eco mode
    • Stylish design
    Cons
    • Not as easy to install as some
    • Temperature fluctuates a little during use

    verdict: Limited features, but works well.

    This shower put in a respectable performance in our tests. It’s easy to install, intuitive to use, provides a good amount of water on all settings and is efficient to boot. However, it’s very limited in terms of features – there’s no on/off button or spray pattern options – and the controls aren’t quite as easy to use when they’re wet compared with some other models.

    Pros
    • Heats water well on ‘high’ and ‘economy’ modes
    • Stable temperature in ‘economy’ mode
    • Efficient
    • Easy to install
    • Intuitive to use
    Cons
    • Limited features
    • Temperature rises higher than many when an additional demand is made of the water supply
    • Dials could be easier to grip when wet

    Triton OMNICARE Thermostatic design 9.5kW review

    Test scoreShow Context

    73%

    Key features

    • Care electric shower
    • Thermostatic
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     verdict: Brilliant temperature control

    There’s plenty to like about this thermostatic Care shower, not least the fact that it’s brilliant at maintaining a steady temperature. The large, rubberised controls are very easy to use and it delivers enough water to give a satisfying shower.

    Pros
    • Care features make it easy to use
    • Quick to install
    • Very stable temperatures
    • Copes well if there’s a drop in pressure
    Cons
    • No eco setting
    • Uses more water than others