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B & Q Curved Towel Warmer only £39 £39.99

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
Nice looking towel warmer and decent size for £39

Height (mm): 750
Width (mm): 600
Depth (mm): 60
Projection into room (mm): 109
Brand: B&Q
Fixings included: Yes
Warranty/guarantee details: 5 Year warranty for manufacturing faults providing installation guidelines has been followed. Surface finish limited to 1 year
Power (Watts): 283
Category: Towel Radiators
Category: Wall Hung
BTU: 965
Finish: Chrome Effect
Style: Curved
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#1
Towel warmers... that's exactly what they do. They get warm but never hot...

Let's hope this thread get hotter than these towel warmers :p

heat

Edited By: abumusab461 on Mar 04, 2011 01:13
#2
Can I do a straight swap with the rad in the ensuite?
#3
abumusab461
Towel warmers... that's exactly what they do. They get warm but never hot...Let's hope this thread get hotter than these towel warmers :pheat

I have the straight on of these and on number 5 its too hot to touch, we usually have it on 3 - 4 which is still very hot, enough to warm the towel and heat the room.
#4
cartzuk
Can I do a straight swap with the rad in the ensuite?

Pipe centre dimensions (mm): 555

If your existing pipework equals this measurement, then possiably yes.
[mod]#5
Took a normal radiator out and swapped it for one of these curved towel ones in main bathroom - much hotter to touch than old style radiator and certainly no issues with a drop in heat output - bathroom has been warm and toasty throughout winter. :)
#6
I have one of these in my bathroom, I love it!

Nice warm towel when you've just got out the bath. . . . luxury :D
#7
PinkMummy
I have one of these in my bathroom, I love it!

Nice warm towel when you've just got out the bath. . . . luxury :D

I know what you mean and it sounds great, but isn't that effectively what a radiator could do?
#8
I want one. But having already spent £100 on here today I'm not buying it and that's that! I'll then have to pay someone to fit it too. So no, you're not having my money.

Heat added.
#9
Infinite Element
PinkMummy
I have one of these in my bathroom, I love it!

Nice warm towel when you've just got out the bath. . . . luxury :D

I know what you mean and it sounds great, but isn't that effectively what a radiator could do?


yes but looks much nicer, would love one of these to replace existing rad, but its under window so this wouldnt fit in space, have to be in a completely new position, plumber quoted £150 so wouldnt be so much of a deal :(
#10
dont forget you have to buy the straight chrome valves seperately.
#11
can any one find the electrical element for this as well for dual fuel?
#12
Chick21
can any one find the electrical element for this as well for dual fuel?
Try screwfix or toolstation .Toolstation start at £24 .36 rising depending on the wattage required.

Edited By: owldin08 on Mar 04, 2011 12:30: updating with price.
#13
965BTU - good for ensuite no bigger then 1.5msq
#14
Hot! Just need to find me a fitter :s
#15
where are you based emma?
banned#16
how many btu's would someone who knows, recommend for a 4sq meter bathroom?

ive ordered myself a 2936 btu lol but the crazy thing is that the old single panel radiator was 1200 x 750 mm producing approximately 4600 btus
#17
I bought the electrical element with these for £30 or so...
#18
Adnan786
how many btu's would someone who knows, recommend for a 4sq meter bathroom?

ive ordered myself a 2936 btu lol but the crazy thing is that the old single panel radiator was 1200 x 750 mm producing approximately 4600 btus[/q
[quote=Adnan786]how many btu's would someone who knows, recommend for a 4sq meter bathroom?

ive ordered myself a 2936 btu lol but the crazy thing is that the old single panel radiator was 1200 x 750 mm producing approximately 4600 btus


length and width and ceiling height please mate. also how many outside walls? windows? what are the walls? single skin? cavity insulated? also is the floor solid or suspended?
#19
Now featured on Bitterwallet's 'true or false Friday'.
Only heats up curved towels.
Possibly
banned#20
FATBOY78
Adnan786
how many btu's would someone who knows, recommend for a 4sq meter bathroom?

ive ordered myself a 2936 btu lol but the crazy thing is that the old single panel radiator was 1200 x 750 mm producing approximately 4600 btus[/q
[quote=Adnan786]how many btu's would someone who knows, recommend for a 4sq meter bathroom?

ive ordered myself a 2936 btu lol but the crazy thing is that the old single panel radiator was 1200 x 750 mm producing approximately 4600 btus


length and width and ceiling height please mate. also how many outside walls? windows? what are the walls? single skin? cavity insulated? also is the floor solid or suspended?


Going by memory, height 2.7m, length 2.56m, width 1.6ish m, one outside wall, one window, double glazed, floorboards, but have had tiling done on plywood, one party wall, one outside wall, the other 2 are internal walls, dont know what type, loft above, dining/lounge beneath.
banned#21
I assume you are still doing your calculations

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