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AdvantagesEasy to use and maintain, Looks nice, Adjustable spray modes.

DisadvantagesNot overly powerful spray wise

...even if I do eventually purchase goods from the high street, having an initial look or several, at specifications and even reviews on-line, does save an awful lot of leg work. During my search I came across the Triton Trance 2nd Generation 9.5kg electric shower. As well as this one, I short-listed a couple of other showers but, before purchasing any shower I first wanted to actually look...

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AdvantagesFun and lively comic opera sung in English

DisadvantagesNot in the original language

...The Barber of Seville, Il barbiere di Siviglia is a comic opera full of vitality and fun. Composed by Gioachino Rossini in 1816, it is his most popular opera. Originally entitled Almaviva after the character from the play. The CD released by the label, Chandos as part of its Opera in English Series, on 21st February 2000 presents the opera in full recorded on 2 discs. The CD is available from...

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AdvantagesI like being able to control the maximum temperature and the shower is a very good model

DisadvantagesThe cost is quite a lot higher than other Triton showers

...We are a busy household and my husband and I like to shower instead of taking a bath to save time in the mornings or evenings, our youngest child likes to have a bath but the eldest has reached the age where he too prefers a shower. Our Triton shower was newly installed when we moved into our property but the same model is still available and costs up to £300 dependant on where you buy it from...

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