Curved chrome towel radiator rail £59.99 reduced from £109.99 @ screwfix - HotUKDeals
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first post please be gentle,don,t know how to add pictures
1100 x 500 chrome curved towel radiator
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#1
nice post, am needing to buy 2 of these and was gonna go through ebay for 500 X 1000's at £75

5% quidco too
#2
http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/96/p44796_x.jpg



Curved Towel Radiator Chrome 1222BTU 500 x 1100mm

Suitable for any size kitchen or bathroom. Practical and stylish, can be plumbed into any indirect central heating system and are easily controlled by either radiator valves or TRVs. Supplied with brackets, wall fixings and bleed plugs.
Steel Construction with High Quality Chrome-Plated Finish
Manufactured by a Registered ISO 9001 Company
Supplied with Brackets, Wall Fixings & Bleed Plugs
Towel Radiator supplied with brackets, wall fixings and bleed plugs.

Free delivery on £50+ spends too :)
#3
Thanks for the post nesbit & welcome to HUKD :) Can you add the retailer to the title please, as we try to include that :)
#4
remember to buy valves too they have straight or angled ones for £9.99 down from £14.99

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/87742/Plumbing/Radiator-Valves/Sphere-In-Line-Radiator-Valve-Pair-15mm

i *think* straight ones are required where the pipes come out of the floor
#5
Can these towel radiators replace conventional radiators in a cloakroom bathroom? EG do they generate the same heat as a conventional radiator? Dumb question probably but I don't want to replace my radiator and find the downstairs loo is freezing in the middle of winter but the towels are nice and warm!!
#6
yes they will replace normal radiators ,however they are normally less output than them
you can check output in the btu,s of both your rad and the towel rails online
the towel rail pushes out 1222 btu s
#7
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As a web designer I must respond and say please don't do this.

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#9
Don't forget to add voucher code AF2 to get £10 off if spending £150+ at Wickes
#10
They do have cheaper ones too.
banned#11
sadiebabes
To add pictures using Internet Explorer:

Right click on pic>
Click on "Properties">
Grey box pops up>
Highlight "Address (URL)" part>
Ctrl+C (copy)>

For deal posts etc then just paste (Ctrl+V) the code in the "link to image file" section

For forum posts add tags [img] and [/img] at the beginning and end...

ie... [img]your-link-goes-here[/img]


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the underlined bit is fine and this is what to do to add to a deal as ii goes to hukd database for saving before linking or something like that, to add images to normal posts then you need to upload to somehwere like [url]www.photobucket.com[/url] or [url]www.imageshack.com[/url] first
banned#12
also 5% back through quidco if ordering online
#13
screwfix towel radiators usually dont have a good thermal output. i.e. low BTU rating
not sure about this one may want to compare it to a similar sized radiator from elsewhere.
#14
ShaunR
As a web designer I must respond and say please don't do this.

This is known as image leeching and you stealing bandwidth in form of images from another site costs them money.

All images shown on HUKD should be hosted on HUKD or imageshack (or a free host).


Okedokies, I never knew that. I only learnt how to do that from other people on here & never knew it could cause problems :) I assume it's alright to use the image link in the first post though?
banned#15
sadiebabes
Okedokies, I never knew that. I only learnt how to do that from other people on here & never knew it could cause problems :) I assume it's alright to use the image link in the first post though?


yes it is:thumbsup:
#16
Ta Sass!
#17
Its good someone learns something new every day
#18
Bought some of these from Plumbworld on the ebay part of their operation not their main site. 1150 x 500. They always have buy it now or best offers running. The size mentioned 1150 x 500 was purchased for £26 ish. Research their completed sales before u place an offer n you'll be suprised at some the prices. I also bought a vanity unit with large mirror and light and the sink included for £45 and a sink mixer tap and bath matching taps for £20, they combined the delivery charge. HTHS.
#19
Sootzer, what is there ebay user name?

Cheersin advance!
#20
Aldi have one on offer at the moment...

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2867_5267.htm

which is slightly bigger but claims more than twice the output, are the figures just marketing cobblers or would it be worth spending £99.99 there instead?
#21
hi lynne
plumbworlduk

hth
#22
Money Spinning
Don't forget to add voucher code AF2 to get £10 off if spending £150+ at Wickes



Wickes?? Sorry? IS that a code for Screwfix or for Wickes?
#23
One note of caution - the steel in these cheap towel rads is often very thin and of low quality. I've had some in the past from Screwfix which were already rusting inside when delivered. You MUST make sure your system is kept up to strength with inhibitor or these can fail very quickly.

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