Opinion on Elektra - Electric Combi Boiler

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I am just wondering about people's opinon of Electric Combi boilers.

http://www.euroboilerparts.co.uk/electric-boilers-12kw-90-c.asp

The above is a link to a UK seller, but I believe the the product is made by an Italian company Fiamma.

I did contact Redring about a couple of years, who make an Electric water heater, but they could not explain why they did not make an Electric combi heater....
 
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A 12kw combi will give you a rubbish flow rate, regardless of what fuel it uses. Electric boilers are by far the most expensive kind of boiler to run
 

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Hi rajeshk4u, which boiler did you use in the end? We don't have gas (4k+ for gas access) do tempted to use elektra too, so need comments/reviews.
 

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Muggles, Elektra claims 12kwh electric boiler is equivalent to 28-30 kwh gas boiler? Correct or not entrierly? Thanks,
 
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Hi rajeshk4u, which boiler did you use in the end? We don't have gas (4k+ for gas access) do tempted to use elektra too, so need comments/reviews.
If it's for your own home I would consider getting the Gas connection. Any form of Leccy heating costs a fortune!!
 
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An electric Storeage Combi is best on the right tariff.
 
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Hi ddq, did you end up with the Elektra?
we're in a similar position and considering the same boiler so any advice welcomed
thanks
 

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