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Another going going gone sale @ B&Q 03/08/2007

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1 Like #2
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[mod]#3
Thanks for this, will have to grab me a couple of those towel radiators. :)

Voted hot and rep given.
#4
Syzable
Thanks for this, will have to grab me a couple of those towel radiators. :)

Voted hot and rep given.


Thank you for the rep and they are what i'll be going for too.:thumbsup:
#5
Does anyone know if those Towel Rails are electric... I was in store on Monday and these look like the electric ones as opposed to the normal Central Heating ones.
#6
karl.pestell
Does anyone know if those Towel Rails are electric... I was in store on Monday and these look like the electric ones as opposed to the normal Central Heating ones.


Looks like hot-water-heated ones to me.
#7
Thanks Edi... I will have to get someone to pop into the store for me!
#8
i am hoping they are central heating ones too
i will be there at 7 to grab one lol
1 Like #9
i bought 3 of those heated towel rails in there recently for £30 each!!! Need another one though!
karl.pestell - they look they same as mine which are run off the heating system, the pic just doesnt show the pipework.
#10
Thanks Lollyxx!

I was only concerned as I remember looking at the "cheap" rails so to speak and they were electric which I didnt want.
#11
Can anyone get more details on the cooker hood? Can't find it on the site...
#12
karl.pestell
Thanks Lollyxx!

I was only concerned as I remember looking at the "cheap" rails so to speak and they were electric which I didnt want.


Mine are good quality i think!! They are just the right size i think! They do 2 small ones, the smallest is made by Inspirational and the slightly larger one is made by Kudox.
#13
Thanks for the post and scans most appreciated, voted hot and rep left :thumbsup:
#14
Lollyxx - what would you say the one on offer is? The slightly bigger one?
#15
Random question but if their proper central heating ones are they a lot of trouble to have installed.
#16
I will have a quick look and see if i can work it out.
I can show you a picture of mine up on my wall if you like?
#18
itstony
Random question but if their proper central heating ones are they a lot of trouble to have installed.


Nope!!! i had my 3 all installed at separate times. didnt take the plumber long.
only thing is depending on the height and where you want it.
if its on an external wall its harder to bury the pipework so 2 small pipes show.
if its an internal wall you can have it looking like its floated but obvioulsy you will need to fill and prepare the wall after,

hope this helps a bit!
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ferple
Can anyone get more details on the cooker hood? Can't find it on the site...


Looks very much like one I installed in Feb.

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t13/EdinSimon/Kitchen.jpg

Dont remember what make, but it seams to work well and I think I got it for £130 then. "I had a tip off about it from a member of staff"

Details:
Has 5 push button switches (Lights, off, low, medium & high)
Filter is easy to access
Brushed stainless steel with part glass hood.
Was easy to install.
(Only thing to consider is, we'd intended to have a shelf connecting the two side cabinets together but the depth of the flu was too deep and would have looked terrible)

hope this helps you out. :thumbsup:

-E_S-
1 Like #20
You may also be able to pick up these bargins TODAY just been down to our local store and they adjust the prices between 6-8pm so they are ready for the sale tomorrow :w00t:
#21
Stevie-G
You may also be able to pick up these bargins TODAY just been down to our local store and they adjust the prices between 6-8pm so they are ready for the sale tomorrow :w00t:


I know where I'm going just before they close tonight. :-D
banned 1 Like #22
ferple
Can anyone get more details on the cooker hood? Can't find it on the site...

We've just ordered a new kitchen from them & got this hood model #: Non branded HDG91SS £179 (Page 107 on the Kitchen Price & range Book)

3 speed settings
Noise Level 55db
Extraction rate 480m3/hr
120mm vent kit required which is £30
#23
I thought the Flymo looked like a good buy until I saw 32cm... that would mean a lot of work on anything but the smallest lawn.

Some other good offers there though.
#25
I bought the cooker hood a few months ago (paid £135 :x ), although I got the 60cm wide model, this one is 90cm wide, make sure you have a big enough gap to fit this!:whistling:
#26
Thanks for pre-warning, much appreciated :thumbsup:

Voted hot
#27
edi
Looks like hot-water-heated ones to me.

these rads are universal, you can plumb them in or buy a water element designed for them for £10ish (i think).

We bought a water driven one, and just got a element and put it in. Obviously its still full of water, but its not on your heating system.
#28
gonna pop into my local one tonight, see if they reduce the prices early. i want one of the towel heaters.
heat and rep added
#29
How much do these radiators usually sell for?

Also surely you can use existing plumping to fit these babies?
#30
EdinSimon
Looks very much like one I installed in Feb.

Details:
Has 5 push button switches (Lights, off, low, medium & high)
Filter is easy to access
Brushed stainless steel with part glass hood.
Was easy to install.
(Only thing to consider is, we'd intended to have a shelf connecting the two side cabinets together but the depth of the flu was too deep and would have looked terrible)

hope this helps you out. :thumbsup:


tkpeters
We've just ordered a new kitchen from them & got this hood model #: Non branded HDG91SS £179 (Page 107 on the Kitchen Price & range Book)

3 speed settings
Noise Level 55db
Extraction rate 480m3/hr
120mm vent kit required which is £30


Thanks very much! Much appreciated. I'm now very tempted. :-D

Will pop in on the way home and see if they've done the price drop yet.
#31
mikeyp
How much do these radiators usually sell for?

Also surely you can use existing plumping to fit these babies?


£30 in b&q. about £50 elsewhere
#32
Gonna go for the flymo.
#33
any one know anything more about the monobloc tap cheers
#34
You think these are the only deals or there could be more...can't see anything I want :(
#35
yeah ain't as great as previous sales..... not much you could buy for the sake of buying like the last one but some good deals if you are refitting your home :) do like the radiators but too much hassle to install them now
#36
baker dave
any one know anything more about the monobloc tap cheers



Ive got the same tap , got it with the sink advertised in a set cost £70 about 2 years ago now.

Very good quality, although Aldi and Lidl also sell them from time to time for £9.99 !
#37
I posted this just before my bed time,(night shift) so glad it was useful.........:thumbsup:

and thanks to all for the info about the towel rails etc.....


:w00t: 1st time I've ever had 2 deals on the front page at the same time....thank you all for the votes and rep....:thumbsup:
#38
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#39
I bought 3 of these radiators last August in B&Q. (Positive they were about £40 back then). I got my dad to fit these in to my brand new house in the bathrooms which already had normal white radiators in them. He managed this and is by no means a plumber. He just had the patience to get it right. The existing pipework ovbiously needed modifying to line up with the new inlets on the B&Q ones. You can even buy braided flexi pipe which will do the job out of places like screwfix, plumbcenter etc i`m sure.

The only problem we have had with these radiators is that the o-rings on the top locking nuts can sometimes perish and leak. We have had one in a year though. Local plumb shop will sort you out with replacement for next to nowt though if required i`m sure.
I really like the rads and good value for money, and as stated before they can be made electric by buying the element seprate.

The instructions inside the boxes were a bit confusing though so take your time and work it out. It tells you about flushing trhough systems and doing tests etc once installed. I never bothered with this and had no probs, but again it was a brand new house with new radiators fitted throughout.

Spent a few weeks bleeding them down right enough to get all the air out, but it is a 3-storey house.

Go get them i say.
#40
Just a question on the dishwasher - do they just fit in where a washing machine would have been with regards to plumbing? ie same hot & cold water feeds and the same waste pipe outlet? Thanks

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