Triton T80Z White and Chrome Fast Fit Electric Shower 10.5kW
The Triton T80Z continues to be one of Britain’s best-selling showers due to its brilliant reliability, affordability and simply a great showering experience. This fast-fit version has all the features that makes the T80Z great, but it also makes installation a lot easier and gives you the flexibility in installing the shower in more awkward bathroom situations.
Features and Benefits:
|Declared Load Profile||XS|
|Water Heating Energy Efficiency Class||A|
|Annual Electricity Consumption (KWH)||475|
|Sound Power Level (indoors, Db)||15|
|Finish||White & Chrome|
|Shower Head & Riser Kit Supplied||Yes|
|Electrical Supply||45 Amps|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SP8001ZFF|
£80.02 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £154.97 Save £74
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Pros: works well great heat output reasonable price
Cons: boxing flimsy
the shower looks good and works well but the mouldings for pipe entry are flimsy and the screw fixing are very hard to line up if not on a dead flat wall we had ripple tiles
Pros: Figments on both side of shower
Cons: Shower hose not long enough
I placed my order 2pm and got this delivered the next day at 10.30am that's a good service
Pros: Very easy to fit and powerful
I bought this shower to replace an old non electric shower and it was exactly what i was looking for at a reasonable price
Pros: Attractive. , Easy to use. , Fairly easy to fit. , Good replacement for the Triton Opal 2 unit once you sort the cable rerouting and entry point!
Cons: Could do with top entry and connections for power cable (minor point). , Doesn't have a cool down period before shut off like the Opal 2 had which may have prevented extremely hot water hitting the next user if used straight after., Top fixing hole difficult to access without magnetic screwdriver.
Bought the Triton T80Z Fast Fit 10.5kW Electric Shower to replace an older and now discontinued Opal 2 10Kw unit. The footprint is similar to the Opal2 so the original two holes were covered so no need for filling, just two new holes to drill. Plumbing in was easy, using existing pipework and a new copper olive in the joint. Wiring was a bit trickier as it came in from a side boxing next to the Opal 2 unit and entered into the top of the original unit, so had to reroute it down and in through the bottom of the new one. Fortunately I could pull enough cable through the box section that it came in from so this may be something to be aware of when replacing a unit rather than a new installation. Once installed and professionally tested, works a treat, easy to use, and satisfied it was a suitable choice and replacement.
Pros: Pretty easy to fit.
Cons: Can't use the rail to replace an existing installation without filling (or re-tiling!).
I bought this to replace an old T80Si so I already new it was a good, reliable shower.
It's a simple job to fit with a variety of entry holes for pipework and wiring but I did need to re-plumb a little as the inlet connection now has a 90 degree elbow. I also had to drill new fixing holes as they are now in new locations but as it is larger than the T80Si this did not create any problems. In all, about an hour to remove and replace the existing shower. I was fortunate enough to already have a 10 amp supply in place.
Unfortunately I could not use the new rail for the shower head as the fixings are completely different and it would have left me with 6 holes in my tiles to fill.
Since fitting it has performed perfectly as you would expect.
Pros: Multi cnection points for water and electricity a good point
Very good value for money and fast delivery
Pros: according to Husband very easy to fit
Cons: None everything at moment is great
Another great purchase from Plumbworld shower fantastic worth the money first class service
Pros: Durable, Easy to install, Looks good, Value for money, Well Made
to be honest I have this shower already and so easy to install I bought this one incase the other one fails on me and not used yet had the same one for maybe 3/4 years now and have the new one if this goes. yes crazy I know but hey.