power shower, manual / thermostatic.?

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Wonder if i could ask help in choosing a power shower , I thought Thermostatic would be the best. But see there are manual types. I'm looking at a all in one type power shower.
What would I need to look for in choosing a shower that would give a reasonable power shower rate

guess the higher the flow rate?

sorry a bit vauge ~ thanks for any help in advance,

http://www.plumbworld.co.uk/triton-as2000xt-aqua-sensation-191-17658 ? any good
 
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Always go for thermostatic if you don't want your tender bits to get par- boiled when somebody turns on a nearby tap ;)
 
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yeah I was wondering why they have manual ?? lol

suppose i just have to look at best flow rate ? #

Thanks for reply :p
 
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More than happy with 12 years service from my Mira Event XS.
Thermostatic version works very well only had to fit a solenoid in all that time not even had motor brushes.
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