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Flomasta Curved chrome towel radiator 90x45cm 767BTU, £27.99 Screwfix click & collect Only

£27.99 @ Screwfix
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#1
Heat for that, i paid twice this for mine a while back
#2
Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?
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rd3d2
Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?


It's electric. So should be simple enough. Says it has a plug also.
#4
I also paid double for this a few weeks ago I was happy with quality even at that price. This is a very good deal. Heat.
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rd3d2
Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?
If you've done a bit of plumbing previously fairly easy change out depends on pipework size of feed pipes etc
#6
thespud01
rd3d2
Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?
It's electric. So should be simple enough. Says it has a plug also.
It's not electric, the plug mentioned is not a 13 amp. Had to link this... :)https://youtu.be/OCbvCRkl_4U
#7
rd3d2
Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?


Get on you tube mate.. That's how we all do it
#8
damadgeruk
thespud01
rd3d2
Does anyone know if this is an easy DIY switch-out from an existing standard fixing radiator?
It's electric. So should be simple enough. Says it has a plug also.
It's not electric, the plug mentioned is not a 13 amp. Had to link this... :)https://youtu.be/OCbvCRkl_4U


Sorry. My bad. Have an identical style electrical one. Once it mentioned plug assumed it was electric.
#9
Thanks for this! Just ordered one :)
#10
Picked mine up this morning. Great find. Thanks!
#11
£27.99 bet it rusts up like crazy. I looked at fitting one looks like it can be a lot of work if you need pipework moving which I think you will. Drain the system, redo pipe work, refill system with inhibitor for the £27.99 radiator..

I personally wouldnt fit this myself imagine the cost if you screw up will be a lot more than £27.99.

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