Shaver Sockets

Shop now our range of bathroom shaver sockets and electric toothbrush sockets. Our varied collection includes a plethora of designs to suit both modern and traditional bathrooms, allowing you to power your devices in style. Need more finishing touches? Browse our extensive bathroom accessories range. Free standard delivery on orders over £499 at Victorian Plumbing.
Shaver sockets are designed to prevent the risk of electrocution in the bathroom, but they're no longer just practical devices. You'll now find stunning small single and double shaver plug sockets in popular finishes such as polished chrome, black, and Georgian brass. Our range even includes electric toothbrush sockets with built-in charging stands, allowing you to charge them without the need for any unsightly cables.
All of our shaver sockets and electric toothbrush sockets have been made to the highest standards using only the finest materials. To further assure you of their quality, the majority of these shaver plug sockets come equipped with generous guarantees against manufacturing defects.

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What can I plug into a bathroom shaver socket?

Generally speaking, anything with the appropriate plug to fit the shaving socket is okay to use. This includes devices like shavers, electric toothbrush chargers and other small cosmetic electric devices.

Whilst you can purchase adaptors for this socket, not all devices are safe to use with it. Charging small electronics like a mobile phone are okay to use, however, it’s best to avoid using electronics that require a lot of power. This includes devices like hair dryers or curling irons, as well as large electronics like laptops.

Why do bathroom sockets say shavers only?

Having electrical sockets in a bathroom is considered a safety hazard because there is always a chance that the electricity can come into contact with water. Shaver sockets have a much lower electrical output than typical household plugs, making them safer should you get electrocuted. This also means that they haven’t got the power to support electrical devices that pull a large amount of electricity.

Shavers require a low amount of electricity to charge, making them suitable to plug into the low voltage sockets. As to why it’s labelled for shavers specifically, it’s just a good indicator to the user as to what types of small devices can be charged with this socket.