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Power Showers

Power showers are a game-changer, mixing water from both hot and cold supplies to create the perfect temperature. While at the same time a pump in the main body works to push more water through, increasing water pressure and in turn, enhances your shower experience like never before.

Go with the Flow

Power showers are suited to a low-pressure system and a plentiful supply of hot water. Mira power showers use an integral pump to boost the water flow so that you can always experience a deep clean.

Ultimate Showering Experience 

Power Showers come in two options; thermostatic or manual. Both deliver a powerful and exhilarating spray, even at low pressure with thermostatic giving you extra control over temperature and safety while showering. 

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  • Mira Vigour Manual

    Mira Vigour Thermostatic Power Shower

    £219.50
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  • Mira Vigour Manual

    Mira Vigour Manual Power Shower

    £189.95
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  • Mira Event XS Manual

    Mira Event XS Thermostatic

    £449.50
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  • Mira Event XS Manual

    Mira Event XS Manual

    £358.95
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  • Mira Vigour T-Dual Thermostatic Shower in White and Chrome finish

    Mira Vigour T Dual Thermostatic Power Shower

    £385.75
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  • Mira Event XS thermostatic shower in chrome and white

    Mira Event XS T Dual Thermostatic Power Shower

    £499.85
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Power Showers

Power showers provide you with a powerful water flow, which is why most people choose power showers over electric showers. However, electric showers are arguably more efficient and cheaper to run than a power shower, so it depends on where your priorities lie.
No, you can not have a power shower with a combi boiler. Power showers run from a built-in pump that makes them incompatible with combi boilers.
There are a few factors that will affect how efficient your shower is, but generally, power showers can use more water. Some people prefer to choose an electric shower because of this.
Power showers use a pump to boost the pressure of the water. The pump can make a huge difference in homes with low water pressure.