An all-chrome design makes the Creda 53557581 electric shower a modern, aesthetically-appealing shower that looks great in any bathroom. Offering 10.5 kW, this model is also available in 8.5 kW and 9.5 kW models, but for our review of the Creda 53557581, we’ll be focusing on the 10.5 kW model.
Designed in the UK, this model is backed by a 3-year warranty and is easy to install, too.
Let’s take a look at what makes this model so highly praised.
Features at a Glance
- All chrome exterior
- Push button on/off function
- Phased showdown
- Three power selections
- 3-year warranty
- Riser rail kit
- Chrome multi-mode showerhead
Our Creda 53557581 10.5kW Review
The first step to enjoying this shower is to install it, and if you’re replacing an electric shower, this will be a lot easier. The issue is getting all of the pipes to line up appropriately, and if you’re installing your first electric model, it may be easier to hire a plumber to do all of the piping work for you.
Installation is 30 minutes or so if replacing with a water inlet that matched the Creda electric shower. A 15 mm cold water main is used for the hookup.
Once installed, you’ll find that this is the best shower you’ve ever owned – it’s that good. First, the showerhead that is included is a multi-mode model, so you can change the way the water flows out of the showerhead for a massage, harder pressure and so on.
An on/off button allows the shower to be turned on and off without fiddling with temperature settings (find the perfect setting and leave it).
There are three power selections, too:
- High power
What’s neat is that there is a phased shutdown process that flushes hot water through the unit, which is ideal if you have hard water.
Temperature is controlled through a dial that offers seven temperature controls. The adjustable rail kit allows the showerhead to be placed at the perfect height for you.
- Comes with a multi-mode showerhead
- Remembers previous temperature settings
- Flushes for hard water areas
- Comes with a 3-year warranty
- High setting is too hot
When turned on the highest setting, the water can reach scalding hot levels, which isn’t ideal. Low settings also cause water pressure to suffer slightly. These are both minor concerns, and it’s easy to use one of the other temperature settings to find the right temperature for you.