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koohansen

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Trying to decide between Joven JH-35 35L and 707 Kensington Storage Water Heater 35L.

https://joven-electric.com/product/storage-water-heater/jh-series/jh35
https://707.com.sg/product/storage-water-heater-kensington-35/

I am leaning towards Kensington and would appreciate if anyone can advise based on your experience/knowledge:
  1. Both have 10-year warranty - Is there anything else that I need to be aware of?
  2. Joven mentions that it can retain the heat up to 20 hours or longer - Does anyone knows if that is the same/similar for Kensington?
  3. Buying two storage heaters (master toilet and common toilet) as the two toilets are located far away within the HDB. There is a total of 2 users in the household (1 user for each toilet) and each toilet is installed with rainshower - Is storage capacity of 25L sufficient for each toilet or should I go for a higher storage capacity of 35L?

Thank you!!
Your existing HDB piping, have to ensure it's run separately if you want to have 2 storage heaters.

I'm using Joven JH35 for 5th year running, so far ok. Morning turn on, evening still warm.
 

zendude

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I tot I once read that storage is safer than instant but don't see much of that sentiment anywhere

So theres no diff? I need to replace, would rather use instant sua, cheap and no frills
 

TrueBeliever_jh

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Trying to decide between Joven JH-35 35L and 707 Kensington Storage Water Heater 35L.

https://joven-electric.com/product/storage-water-heater/jh-series/jh35
https://707.com.sg/product/storage-water-heater-kensington-35/

I am leaning towards Kensington and would appreciate if anyone can advise based on your experience/knowledge:
  1. Both have 10-year warranty - Is there anything else that I need to be aware of?
  2. Joven mentions that it can retain the heat up to 20 hours or longer - Does anyone knows if that is the same/similar for Kensington?
  3. Buying two storage heaters (master toilet and common toilet) as the two toilets are located far away within the HDB. There is a total of 2 users in the household (1 user for each toilet) and each toilet is installed with rainshower - Is storage capacity of 25L sufficient for each toilet or should I go for a higher storage capacity of 35L?

Thank you!!
Do you currently have an existing one~?

I got Joven 35L left by the previous owner.. it shorted last week~ :ROFLMAO:

Electrician checked and said there were leaks... so recommended to change.. i wonder can just switch brands or should I stick back.. the pipings should be standard~?
 

ichinisan

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Anyone using a Toshiba DSK33ES5SW with rain shower?

Is the water pressure strong?


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TanKianW

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Been using the Joven storage water heater for the longest time, no leaks at all.

Make sure you don't install the storage heater, inside the toilet which is subjected to a lot of moisture, resulting in rust. Divert it to the service yard.

To save power, I set automation to turn it on (advance heating) when I am about to reach home (Geo-fencing), and shut it off after 15min. So I get to enjoy hot shower when I reached home and it switches off when I about to finish my shower.​
 
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