Kudox Flat Towel Radiator Chrome 700 x 400mm £13.50 @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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Seems like an excellent price for a quality compact towel rail and just what I was looking for for the en-suite.

There are several dotted around (I've got mine from Blackburn) but they won't last long at this price!

Excellent reviews everywhere.

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605Btu. 183W. Steel construction with a high quality chrome-plated finish. Supplied with wall brackets, bleed plugs and fixings. Simple, flat design in ultra-stylish, high quality, chrome-plated finish. Compatible with electric element.
Manufactured by a Registered ISO 9001 Company
Compatible with Electric Element
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Product contents:
Towel Radiator, brackets, wall fixings and bleed plugs.Specifications:
Depth 84mm. Wall to centre 64mm. Pressure tested to 13bar. Max. working pressure 10bar. Heat output calculated at Delta_T50K. EN 442-1.
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#1
Think this is the same as the one what was posted yesterday
#2
brockware
Think this is the same as the one what was posted yesterday

Really? I can't find it - have you got a link? When I posted it a comment came up that it had been put up last October (for £27!) so this is much better :p
1 Like #3
Sorry the one what posted yesterday is curved ,and this is cheaper to , so this is hot for me ,could do with it connected at the moment cos its freezing
#5
The curved one is in the hot deals cost £15
#6
Great price for a downstairs toliet but too small to heat adequately even a small bathroom. Shame but get price anyway.
#7
Good find.
#9
Anyone wanting a rail suitable for a small bathroom I just goto one of these. There was stock at two of my local stores.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kudox-flat-ladder-towel-radiator-chrome-1000-x-500mm-273w-932btu-21-00-screwfix-2104370

£20 is still cheap for a reasonable sized rail.

Edited By: alera on Dec 31, 2014 10:51: Edit
[mod] 1 Like #10

Hi Gerrymig

This one is the flat version, whist the other is the curved model :)
#11
6 stores within 7 miles, none with stock.
#12
Just got one in Colchester, perfect for my en-suite bathroom, great price.
2 Likes #13
This is an excellent price. Voted Hot! However, be warned that thwt it is very likely that these will be spotted with rust out of the box. If you have a damp bathroom, like me, you will need to wipe them dry if they are not on. I bought one in July and fitted it with rust spots on it. I did not have it on or wiped it... I thought they are designed to be fitted in a bathroom. By end of August it was covered with rusted areas... I returned it to screw fix and they changed it for me and even gave me a bottle of inhibitor. When I opened the new bos at home, rust spots were discovered. I read the manual in more details and did say that they have to be wiped clean... I guess you pay for what you get. My bathroom is rubbish anyway, I need to do it up. When I have the money to get a new bathroom, I will get a decent towel rail (probably stainless steel).
#14
Excellent, been keeping an eye out for a price drop here - thank you. Don't forget cashback.

Edited By: morgie on Dec 31, 2014 11:27: .
#15
Cheers, got one.
#16
none in stock,only some branches in the UK...
1 Like #17
NeoTrix

Hi Gerrymig

This one is the flat version, whist the other is the curved model :)

Thanks Neo:)
1 Like #18
dont trust Kudox. I just had a Kudox radiator leake after 16 months of fitting. Complained to Kudox to replace under warranty but they declined my claim saying the cause is lack of inhibitor. All other 30/40 year old radiators in my house are fine though. Perhaps new radiators are not tough as old ones
#19
ASG
dont trust Kudox. I just had a Kudox radiator leake after 16 months of fitting. Complained to Kudox to replace under warranty but they declined my claim saying the cause is lack of inhibitor. All other 30/40 year old radiators in my house are fine though. Perhaps new radiators are not tough as old ones

Did you not have inhibitor then???
1 Like #20
no idea. they're saying no. I'm no expert. all I know this was a straight replacement on another working radiator which was with the property since built. the previouse one was not big enough for the room size. when I got this fitted I asked the plumber if anything else was needed (system clean or anything) he did some checks and said no. similar thing happened to someone else. do a google search on Kudox. I'm sure there's many happy customers but my radiator literally had a hole through the metal after one and a half years use.
#21
Sorry, the product you are looking for could not be found.
Either:
The product you are looking for is a TRADE EXCLUSIVE and is only sold to Plumbfix and Electricfix Members.
The product is no longer sold on http://www.screwfix.com.
#22
ASG
no idea. they're saying no. I'm no expert. all I know this was a straight replacement on another working radiator which was with the property since built. the previouse one was not big enough for the room size. when I got this fitted I asked the plumber if anything else was needed (system clean or anything) he did some checks and said no. similar thing happened to someone else. do a google search on Kudox. I'm sure there's many happy customers but my radiator literally had a hole through the metal after one and a half years use.
It sounds like you had exactly te same experience as me! My plumber was a bit of a crook as well. He replaced one of my radiators and did not put any inhibitor in te system, a straight refill... When I decided to change the radiator in the bathroom for a towel rail (Kudox), I did so research and was told by various plumbers that you do need to inject some inhibitor in the central heating system every time you drain and refill the system... You get a bottle for £6 to £7 in screwfix. Older radiators will last longer than the Kudox but they will corrode and eventually leak. Difficult to fid a trustworthy tradesman nowadays...
#23
Still one in St Austell:)
#24
need a large 1000mm x 500mm but none in stock.
#25
Beware they rust really quickly.

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