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A shower using an electric pump to produce a high-pressure spray.
- ‘There are built-in wall and floor units in the kitchen, built-in wardrobes in the bedroom and an electric power shower.’
- ‘The master bedroom to the front has a fitted headboard, two fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room with a power shower.’
- ‘The bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation and includes both a bath and an electric pump power shower.’
- ‘Two of the other bedrooms are doubles, while the main bathroom has wood panelled walls, a power shower and a bath with telephone shower attachment.’
- ‘As they slept, a fire started in the bathroom, believed to be due to an electrical fault with a power shower.’
- ‘But they must have a decent iron and a working power shower.’
- ‘Features here include mosaic tiling, underfloor heating and a power shower.’
- ‘This dressing area has a power shower and hand basin, and plenty of storage space, in addition to the built-in wardrobes in the main bedroom.’
- ‘The shower room includes a power shower and shelved hotpress.’
- ‘The suite here is white and includes a pedestal wash hand basin, a toilet and a step-in shower cubicle with electric power shower.’
- ‘Our room was equally impressive, with marble floors, a power shower, air conditioning and a large balcony with an ocean view.’
- ‘The room without a view has paper flowers, sheets with cigarette burns, a power shower that defies its description and a window you almost have to smash to open.’
- ‘Adjacent to this is a small shower room with a power shower and toilet.’
- ‘The main shower room at this level includes a multi-jet power shower set in an enclosed cubicle that can double as a steam room.’
- ‘I decided I was going to need the assistance of a power shower to get them off.’
- ‘The best option is either a pressurised system or a power shower, which is a mixer shower with an integral pump.’
- ‘Plenty of people enjoy mucking about in boats, but just as many appreciate a power shower and a lie-down in a real bed afterwards.’
- ‘The en suite shower room is fully tiled and has a power shower.’
- ‘The en suite shower room is also a generous size and has a power shower, a skylight and underfloor heating.’
- ‘A small lobby with fitted presses and plumbing for a washing machine leads into the shower room, which includes a double power shower and is fully tiled.’
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