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I need advice on whether I should get a digital or electric shower. The water pressure in my flat is very poor for the shower (gravity fed water system, heated via HIU, on a district heating system), I’m on the 3rd floor (top floor) so it’s to be expected.

I know an electric shower would boost the water pressure for a shower significantly but would a digital shower do the same? I’m currently looking at Aqualisa’s range of digital showers, there are some suited for a gravity fed system but I’m unsure if this would boost the water pressure for a shower.
 

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