Shower timer pull switch

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by Pierre1981, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. Pierre1981

    Pierre1981 New Member

    SO I timed the boy in the shower this morning - 13 minutes.
    After saying over and over, get out, be quicker, etc etc it just isnt working - if im not at home he'd stay in for longer!

    So, my thoughts, a pull switch with a timer, sitting between the isolator (which is on all the time) and the shower unit.

    Cant seem to see any timed isolator pull switches anywhere
     
  2. Bob Rathbone

    Bob Rathbone Active Member

    You are becoming irate over something that will not continue for long, have you forgotten when you were his age? Give the lad some slack.
     
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  3. Pierre1981

    Pierre1981 New Member

    £40 a month showering one guy, there is a house full of us. 13 minutes is far too long
     
  4. Pollowick

    Pollowick Well-Known Member

    Don't think it is that bad ... say 1/4 hour in a 10kW shower is 2.5 kWh. Which costs around 35p. So, one shower a day or 30 showers per month would be about £10. Maybe you should ask why he need a long shower every day.
     
  5. Pierre1981

    Pierre1981 New Member

    ADHD , concentration issues. Literally need to spell everything out fo rhima nd set reminders (heating,lighting, etc etc.). So, this is a reminder device really to be done and dusted when we go off to work and cant prompt
     
  6. retiredsparks

    retiredsparks Well-Known Member

    ADHD ?
    I bought my grandson some medicine for it...and on the back it said concentrate.....I thought, if he could concentrate i wouldn't need the flipping medicine !
    :D
    Rs
     

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