Double Convector Radiator £22.99 @ trago rrp £118.13 - HotUKDeals
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620mm x 800mm

single available too for £8.49 rrp £43.70
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#1
Great price, but a bit small.

Pity they don't seem to have other sizes at similar prices.
#2
Wow.

HEAT added
#3
perfect size for bedrooms.
#4
other sizes are available
#5
Haven't been to Trago for years, made our caravanning holidays worthwhile coming back loaded up with bargains.
#6
Cheaper than Toolstation - about £10 dearer at Toolstation
#7
stphnstevey;7903362
Cheaper than Toolstation - about £10 dearer at Toolstation
Except I think the Toolstation ones are better - they have a more densely folded convector and therefore give out more heat. Unfortunately the one in this offer has no figure for heat output so you can't compare easily. The amount of heat it gives out is crucial.
#8
It looks like a quinn roundtop - output 5304 btu's if it is - but check with them to confirm or otherwise.
#9
looks likw quinn - probably worth it but for heat toolstation wins
#10
Very hot. Thanks for this unique posting. Pity I can't get one up in Scotland.
#11
I don't want to take off topic but are the Toolstation radiators decent quality? Also are they a decent company todeal with.
#12
At last a deal nr me! Makes up for all those millions of deals only available to foreigners!

Right me 'ansom!?
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roscoe2000
I don't want to take off topic but are the Toolstation radiators decent quality? Also are they a decent company todeal with.


Toolstation is a perfectly respectable company and has given me good service over several years with negligible supply/delivery problems. Go to the website and see the range or request a catalogue. I haven't yet bought any rads there but have no reason to suspect the quality - and TS must sell them by the thousand.
#14
do they deliver ?
#15
pinkleponkle
perfect size for bedrooms.


Surely suitability depends on the size of your bedroom, taking into account ceiling height, number of external walls and insulation values?
#16
Trago (my local cornershop) are doing an additional 15% off everything (apart from electricals) today and next Sunday (Cheapest place to get carpets) - actually my house is a shrine to Trago

Oh and I have a single panel one of these radiators (many sizes available) in my bathroom - no issues
Unfortunately it is in the West Country ...
#17
I live not far from a Trago Mills and they have every size you could want CHEAP:whistling:
#18
actually, this is basically the trade price on radiators... most radiators are sold at three to five times what they should be

if you're buying a few, and don't need delivery, go to your local plumbers/builders merchant and quietly ask for trade and you'd be stunned by how much they can knock off - I replaced eight radiators in my house and it cost me less than £200 - some of the more popular sizes getting 80% discount.

so yes, the general public are being ripped off. and don't buy cheap crap rads, ensure they've got "kite marks" and are made to full quality, otherwise you're more likely to get corrosion problems quickly.
#19
speculatrix
actually, this is basically the trade price on radiators... most radiators are sold at three to five times what they should be

if you're buying a few, and don't need delivery, go to your local plumbers/builders merchant and quietly ask for trade and you'd be stunned by how much they can knock off - I replaced eight radiators in my house and it cost me less than £200 - some of the more popular sizes getting 80% discount.

so yes, the general public are being ripped off. and don't buy cheap crap rads, ensure they've got "kite marks" and are made to full quality, otherwise you're more likely to get corrosion problems quickly.


Yes you are totally right, builders merchants put massive mark ups on
items and people are so stupid in paying hugely over inflated prices. A bit like a B&Q once its gone its gone price when they are still making a decent profit.
#20
Bogroll Warlord
Surely suitability depends on the size of your bedroom, taking into account ceiling height, number of external walls and insulation values?


I think you are crediting central heating installers with doing more than we need to. Very few will do anything other than take a guess. Ive been doing this 15 years and have never worked out a rad size with anything but my instinct
#21
pinkleponkle
I think you are crediting central heating installers with doing more than we need to. Very few will do anything other than take a guess. Ive been doing this 15 years and have never worked out a rad size with anything but my instinct


I respect your honesty, but not perhaps your professional skills. I accept that selecting the right radiators (and other heating components) can never be an exact science but it does merit more than plucking figures out of the air.

It is not hard to find helpful info and calculators online - and I would suggest that every householder should have a go at estimating his requirements and then comparing the result with whatever the 'professional' proposes. No-one wants the wrong rad in the wrong place or to waste money.
#22
The widespread adoption of thermostatic radiator valves has made the necessity of calculating radiator sizes accurately somewhat less necessary.

The ridiculous thing is that you are still supposed to have a "room stat" to switch the whole system on and off based on the temperature in one room! But I digress...
#23
pibpob
The widespread adoption of thermostatic radiator valves has made the necessity of calculating radiator sizes accurately somewhat less necessary.

The ridiculous thing is that you are still supposed to have a "room stat" to switch the whole system on and off based on the temperature in one room! But I digress...


'Somewhat less necessary' perhaps, but whilst a thermo valve will stop an over-large rad from overheating a room, it will not compensate for any undersized rad.

It is quite possible for every thermo-controlled rad to be heating its own immediate area to a reasonable level but for the zone as a whole to be too hot or cold and therefore rightly responding to the zone (room) stat - which should not be close enough to any rad to be unduly influenced.

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