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Heated Towel Rail Radiators from £18.98 Del @ Brooklyn Trading (ie curved white size 730 X 450MM)

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Brooklyn Trading have reduced their Heated Towel Rail Radiators again & it looks like they've reduced their delivery by £1 to £3.99 as well, making them now from £18.98 Del. The offer includes Straigh…
wishihadadonkey Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago22 Comments
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Some of the pictures don't seem to match the radiator dimensions so not sure what's up for grabs...
Is this a special "flash" sale or are these prices always available? some of the prices seems very, very good.
Any one know if I would need to change the valves on these as the connections seem to go up at the bottom and not at the sides like my existing ones ?
CarlGordon
Hi, my current radiator measures 700mm Wide, but my pipes below measure 770mm Wide, am i right in ordering a 770(H) x 750(W)? Any help would be appreciated!

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Hi, my current radiator measures 700mm Wide, but my pipes below measure 770mm Wide, am i right in ordering a 770(H) x 750(W)? Any help would be appreciated!
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Simple Value 1kW Oil Filled Radiator - Argos £14.93

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Won't be long till everyone scrambles for heaters. Get ahead and buy this one. Aug: off. Sept: low. Oct: med. Nov high. Featuring a cream, white and light grey finish, this oil-filled radiator
samani Avatar4d, 15h agoFound 4 days, 15 hours ago18 Comments
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Picked up today...worth it, bargain
electric heating unless its on Economy 7 / 10 is a very expensive way to heat the house. Its around 3 times more expensive than mains gas, so if you have mains gas and just want to heat one room, put on the gas boiler and turn the thermostats down to 0 on the rooms you don't want to heat.
Got one of mine today (the other will be ready to pick up in a few days) - gave it a quick try out in my largish kitchen. Okay, it is August, but up north it has been a pretty chilly day. So, stuck it on maximum for a while, if only to see how it would fare in heating up the whole room.

I was more than pleasantly surprised and I reckon these will be decent little heaters for the winter to take a bit of the chill out of a couple of smaller bedrooms that tend to get much colder than other areas in the house.

Thanks to the OP.
Depends how much you pay for electricity. It'll use 1 unit per hour when actually on, so if you pay 12p/kWh, it'll cost 12p per hour. Complicated a bit by the thermostat which will turn the element off when the oil reaches a certain temperature, so at that point it costs nothing to run until the thermostat kicks in again.

All (resistive) electric heaters are 100% efficient, so 1kWh of electricity produces 1kWh of heat, and that applies whether or not it has lights or fans or anything else. So it produces the same amount of heat as any other 1kW heater.

1kW isn't a great deal of heating, don't expect it to heat a typical room in winter for example, but would be useful for a cold corner or when it's marginal on whether to turn the central heating on or not.
can i ask how is the cost to run it
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Berkshire Small Oak Effect Radiator Cover £35 + £5 deliver B&Q £40.00

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Internal dimensions: (H)762mm x (W)947mm x (D)145mm External dimensions: (H)800mm x (W)1017mm x (D)180mm Easy to assemble and can clip together in minutes. Full instructions provided
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Corsair Hydro Series H100i V2 240 mm £88.99 @ Amazon

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Just bought this amazing liquid CPU cooler for my new build. You Save: £21.00 (19%) Not Bad The Hydro Series H100i v2 is an extreme performance, all-in-one liquid CPU cooler for cases with 240mm
ruigoncalves Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Might be a good idea to wait for Corsair to bring out these coolers with their new magnetic levitating fans
would not contribute to be any better by a single degree celsius, only a better quality expensive fan

Edited By: neroneuk on Jul 22, 2016 11:50
DevilzGtr
Might be a good idea to wait for Corsair to bring out these coolers with their new magnetic levitating fans
Obviously those are going to cost a lot and these won't be much below this price.

Edited By: ruigoncalves on Jul 22, 2016 13:54: correction
So tempted to replace my Dark Rock 3 with one of these, just so my RAM isn't being touched by the cooler.
Might be a good idea to wait for Corsair to bring out these coolers with their new magnetic levitating fans
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Kudox Spinaker Radiator Chrome £225.00 Free delivery @ B&Q

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Online promotion, should be £450. Discover our stylish range of high quality designer radiators, specially developed to blend in with the interior of your home. A great designer radiator should mat…
peter1969uk Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago4 Comments
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my gas bill for the year isnt even this much

My annual petrol bill is a lot less than what my car cost too. Often assets cost more than their annual running amount.
Half its normal price, so might not be for everyone. However it's still £450.00 in store, so it is a deal.

It might not be to your taste or within your price range. If you can find it cheap elsewhere then please post the link. I am considering buying this.

Edited By: peter1969uk on Jul 18, 2016 01:12: .
Reina radiators have a 5 year warranty
my gas bill for the year isnt even this much
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Cars radiator springs Playset down from £34.99 to £17.49 at smyths

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Disney cars Playset down to £17.49 seems to be quite a good set 3 play areas and comes with lightening McQueen picked up at wallsend smyths but same price online
amyscullion39 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Many thanks, managed to get one along with something else so I could use the £6 off which easily covered the delivery cost.
Heat added i brought this today from peterborough branch
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B&Q Altrincham closing down at least 10% off everything in-store

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B&Q Altrincham is closing down at least 10% off everything in-store. Some things are also 15% or 20%.
Jordz2ky Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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liston2
I would never buy from a Company that's totally against England being self governed or Scotland, would rather pay more than ever walk into one of their stores. Cold from me.


​Not only that... B&Q has become a commodity shop. Much more expensive that say a screwfix or tool station, price labels are usually misplaced, etc.

For a couple of times I left my (whole) shopping at the tills when I saw something grossly mispriced and they gave me BS.
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Seems a bit tight for a closing down sale :(
liston2
OUT MEANS OUT

What does this have to do this the original post?
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liston2
I would never buy from a Company that's totally against England being self governed or Scotland, would rather pay more than ever walk into one of their stores. Cold from me.
That's exactly what i said to the heart surgeon who was giving me a triple by-pass yesterday...."do i want to trust my life to someone who did not vote for brexit?
Hope you recover quickly :D
B&Q have always been far overpriced.

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These TRVs are not free, they are just included in Screwfix's inflated prices.
When they don't run this offer they run a different offer on radiators , the prices are permanently marked up to cover the offers.

Try
https://www.mrcentralheating.co.uk/radiators
or Ebay for much better prices.

for example 600 x 1000 single panel
£45.07 at screwfix , £30.00 at mr central heating
jiggy jiggy
thx a lot
Jiggy Jiggy
@Enigma @Hotcakes I bought mine earlier this year from Cheapsuites to be honest I can't comment too much about how they compare with traditional radiators as we haven't really needed to put them on so far this year. However saying that we've had them on once or twice to test them and they seemed to be great. You could definitely feel the heat when walking past them.
Now I don't know in terms of quality how they match up with the more expensive brand ones, but how different could they really be? Mine certainly look the part and I personally can't fault them in any way whatsoever. I saw Radiators that looked similar for double almost triple the price I paid.
Cheapsuites have a good rating on trustpilot and I also got cashback using Quidco.
Just had a quick look and they currently have 10% off everything while the Football is on. Quidco also have 4% off. I know you're not meant to use quidco if you're using another code but it worked for me when I ordered.
They have a clearance section and I think I bought about 3 of mine from there: http://www.cheapsuites.co.uk/Clearance/ca7979.html
The rest were just bought from their regular priced items but they were still very decently priced.

Anyone else heard of cheapsuites as the prices are really cheap. not sure if its a scam of some sort. seriously can't believe some of the prices.
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the__cat
This should be in the freebies section.
You have to buy the radiator though!!!!
​Yes, but the rads aren't part of the deal really. They're not marked down in price.
see comment no 1
Please just get a life. This deal has helped me out. I don't look in freebies section.
What you on? There are reduced rads see link in comment 1 that's life. (_;)
I think (s)he was trying to talk to me to be fair. Not only does (s)he not know how to look in the freebies section, but (s)he is also apparently challenged in the use of the reply function. X)
ooh ok, i didnt see the full quote via the app.
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the__cat
This should be in the freebies section.
You have to buy the radiator though!!!!
​Yes, but the rads aren't part of the deal really. They're not marked down in price.
see comment no 1
Please just get a life. This deal has helped me out. I don't look in freebies section.
What you on? There are reduced rads see link in comment 1 that's life. (_;)

I think (s)he was trying to talk to me to be fair. Not only does (s)he not know how to look in the freebies section, but (s)he is also apparently challenged in the use of the reply function. X)
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5% off All Products with voucher @ Electric Radiators Direct

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Homebase radiator paint £4.43 Priced below half price

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£4.43 now Problem is all stores around me show no stock. What a great price, such a shame. Ronseal One Coat Radiator paint provides a heat resistant, tough enamel finish to all household ra…
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Poundland do small pots of Rad enamel, done all my rads with 2 pots..£2
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save yourself time .just buy a new radiator nowadays they can be picked up cheap.would only paint them if its one of the big old fashioned ones..
They can, but not everyone has the ability to remove & reinstall one.
​I wouldn't say its a time saver. To bleed, disconnect, install and refill a radiator is probably longer than a lick of paint. 4 quid a tin that will paint at least 10 radiators. Show me a radiator for less than 50p and you have yourself a hot vote from me, otherwise you're just talking rubbish.

At 2sqm a tin, how small are your radiators?!!


​10cm x 10cm ;)
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save yourself time .just buy a new radiator nowadays they can be picked up cheap.would only paint them if its one of the big old fashioned ones..
They can, but not everyone has the ability to remove & reinstall one.
​I wouldn't say its a time saver. To bleed, disconnect, install and refill a radiator is probably longer than a lick of paint. 4 quid a tin that will paint at least 10 radiators. Show me a radiator for less than 50p and you have yourself a hot vote from me, otherwise you're just talking rubbish.

At 2sqm a tin, how small are your radiators?!!
mastin
bro1973
save yourself time .just buy a new radiator nowadays they can be picked up cheap.would only paint them if its one of the big old fashioned ones..

They can, but not everyone has the ability to remove & reinstall one.


​I wouldn't say its a time saver. To bleed, disconnect, install and refill a radiator is probably longer than a lick of paint. 4 quid a tin that will paint at least 10 radiators. Show me a radiator for less than 50p and you have yourself a hot vote from me, otherwise you're just talking rubbish.
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Radiators from £2.50 Trago mill's

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The picture has all the details. There may be more details on their website. This us the newton Abbot branch. lots of stock left. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Link to details: http://…
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HOT!!!, Get it, HOT!!! Hehehe :p
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Noctua NH-D15 Dual Radiator Quiet CPU Cooler with two NH-A15 Fans £68.74 @ ebay cclcomputers

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One of the best air cooling fans for overclocking. Don't want to mess with liquid, then get this. Make sure your case, motherboard, graphics card, and ram will comfortable work together. Probably chec…
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It's a great air cooler, but even at a 'deal' price you are paying a premium.
That 70 quid could be put towards the next tier CPU and you could buy a value cooler.
If price wasn't an issue and you already had a great CPU, like the 6700k, why not consider water? It's very similar in price and gives a much better clearance and allows for more airflow elsewhere.
These giant heatsinks are frustrating to install, no matter how nice they cool. And at 70 quid...
If it leaks does the manufacturer replace the motherboard, graphics etc? That would be my worry.
I'm nearly positive Corsair, at the very list, does indeed do this.
Research before you buy of course. Factory sealed AIO coolers are extremely rare to leak, and even a leak doesn't generally mean damage.
I had a leak in my home brew kit after 5 years of constant use, and it was barely a noticeable drip that dried before it left the leak spot.
This isn't a gushing hose, usually it is a gradual leak.
Thanks! Appreciate you coming back to me.
It's a great air cooler, but even at a 'deal' price you are paying a premium.
That 70 quid could be put towards the next tier CPU and you could buy a value cooler.
If price wasn't an issue and you already had a great CPU, like the 6700k, why not consider water? It's very similar in price and gives a much better clearance and allows for more airflow elsewhere.
These giant heatsinks are frustrating to install, no matter how nice they cool. And at 70 quid...
If it leaks does the manufacturer replace the motherboard, graphics etc? That would be my worry.

I'm nearly positive Corsair, at the very list, does indeed do this.

Research before you buy of course. Factory sealed AIO coolers are extremely rare to leak, and even a leak doesn't generally mean damage.

I had a leak in my home brew kit after 5 years of constant use, and it was barely a noticeable drip that dried before it left the leak spot.

This isn't a gushing hose, usually it is a gradual leak.
It's a great air cooler, but even at a 'deal' price you are paying a premium.
That 70 quid could be put towards the next tier CPU and you could buy a value cooler.
If price wasn't an issue and you already had a great CPU, like the 6700k, why not consider water? It's very similar in price and gives a much better clearance and allows for more airflow elsewhere.
These giant heatsinks are frustrating to install, no matter how nice they cool. And at 70 quid...

If it leaks does the manufacturer replace the motherboard, graphics etc? That would be my worry.
It's a great air cooler, but even at a 'deal' price you are paying a premium.

That 70 quid could be put towards the next tier CPU and you could buy a value cooler.

If price wasn't an issue and you already had a great CPU, like the 6700k, why not consider water? It's very similar in price and gives a much better clearance and allows for more airflow elsewhere.

These giant heatsinks are frustrating to install, no matter how nice they cool. And at 70 quid...
Its a great cooler no doubts, but if I jump in my time machine, these were 50 ish when first released iirc.
At this price and size, I would go with water every time.
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Cat Radiator Bed/Hammock £1.00 @ B&M

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Cat radiator bed/hammock for £1 at Doncaster B&M My cats love these. Bargain.
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My cat got killed by a car last Friday.
He was superb.
His name was Benny and i **** miss him.
So sorry to hear that. Our cat, Barry, was killed a week before Xmas and we miss him terribly. I hope you're ok.x
Thanks.
First time i've had a pet taken early. He was only 5.
All the others had a good run.
Still coming to terms with it.
artnada
I bought 3 of these recently. My cats turned their noses up at these. After 2 weeks I binned them lol


​i have one my cat used it for one winter and never used it since.
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shindigger
My cat got killed by a car last Friday.
He was superb.
His name was Benny and i **** miss him.
So sorry to hear that. Our cat, Barry, was killed a week before Xmas and we miss him terribly. I hope you're ok.x
Thanks.
First time i've had a pet taken early. He was only 5.
All the others had a good run.
Still coming to terms with it.
Cheers people. Will get another one in time. Its the only way.
Dog is missing him as much as the rest of us.
Bless him.
shindigger
My cat got killed by a car last Friday.
He was superb.
His name was Benny and i **** miss him.
So sorry to hear that. Our cat, Barry, was killed a week before Xmas and we miss him terribly. I hope you're ok.x
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Quinn Compact Modern Radiator 600 x 1000mm - £44.99 @ Wickes

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Only one size available, must be end of line, lots of stock, Type 22 Double radiator with grill. £20 cheaper than screwfix for the same type. Weight: 31.70 kg Maximum Temperature: 90°C Projectio…
rosstheboss1972 Avatar4m, 1d agoFound 4 months, 1 day ago5 Comments
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Suspect the BTU value is incorrect for dimensions.

Found the same issue with Amazon and towel radiators. After finding required BTU for dimensions I then checked elsewhere and it would be over a 1000 BTU lower than Amazon's figures.
its not I've downloaded the product spec from Quinns website and its on the box as I bought one.
Suspect the BTU value is incorrect for dimensions.

Found the same issue with Amazon and towel radiators. After finding required BTU for dimensions I then checked elsewhere and it would be over a 1000 BTU lower than Amazon's figures.
modern?
not really an alternative if it doesn't link to anything my friend.....I wouldn't buy a rad online in any case, cost u 20 quid to post it back if its damaged after opening.
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Quinn Diamond Towel Rail Radiator Vertical Curved Chrome (1170 x 450mm) was £99.99 Save £50.00 now £49.99 @ Brooklyn Trading

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Quinn Diamond Towel Rail Radiator Vertical Curved Chrome (1170 x 450mm) was £99.99 Save £50.00 now £49.99 Quinn radiator from the Diamond range Ideal for use in all bathrooms Colour: Chrome Watt…
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Chrome of any sort in a bathroom is a bad idea - rusts.
Still hot though
Loads of decent ones on Amazon same price
1600 x 595 delivered for £45.

Fitted this last week, same quality as all the other budget rails.

Brooklyn Trading just have ridiculous RRPs.

Edited By: themorgatron on Apr 18, 2016 21:38
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XSPC Radiator Screw Set 6-32UNC (Black) £1.10 inc P&P @ Kikatek

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Not the deal of the century or for everyone. Seemed very reasonable to me for correct screws for a rad I needed to put to use.
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Cheers :) , I tried some other PC screws I had which I thought would be appropriate but they weren't oO . Rather than wreck the threads on the rad I opted to purchase these. Perfect fit and ordered from the comfort of my armchair :) .

Edited By: gupsterg on Apr 15, 2016 19:00
great find if you need those type of screws for your water cooler :p
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Beldray Oil filled 1.5kw radiator £8.75 + others @ Wilko instore

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This was twice the price yesterday and I think that was a good deal! Available in store in Horsham. Also ceramic fan heater for £5, convector heater £6.25, small convector heater £4, small black oi…
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Urm, not expired, still on the shelf in Horsham!
This is national :)
Don't know if this is national. Had a quick look as I sped through my local Wilko's and they were all full price. Didn't have time to get somebody to investigate for me
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Free set of Valves (1*TRV) when you buy any Kudox or Barlo radiator @ Screwfix

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Needed to replace a small radiator and had a look in the usual places and found Screwfix to be the cheapest, and also they throw in a set of valves. Valves are listed as £18.04 - http://www.screwfi…
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Just bought a new Rad... and saw this mentioned on the Screwfix website (would have missed it otherwise). SO the offer is still on until September apparently.
Bookmarked, need about 8 rads for a house we've just bought
colourpie
What a massive pain in the ****, bought 8 rads about a month ago. If deal was on and they didn't tell me I'll be extra annoyed!


B&q had this a offer at that time and their rads were on offer too.
Got my whole house fitted with the 21's
colourpie
What a massive pain in the ****, bought 8 rads about a month ago. If deal was on and they didn't tell me I'll be extra annoyed!


Just buy them again and then take them back on the original receipt.
midnightblade
will they refund £18.04 if you don't want the valves?
No.
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Radson radiators £15.00 - £40 plus vat all sizes reduced only at city plumbing in york

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all Radson radiators reduced at city plumbing in York 4 prices depending on size purchased. They seem to have about 30 different sizes Branch details are 01904 690088 City plumbing George Cay…
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Where the hell is the link taking me LOL


Lol. Should be nowhere , as it wasn't online , I didn't put one there , or at least I don't remember doing so !
Where the hell is the link taking me LOL
Nice one, off down there now for a look. Heat from me!
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Various towel radiators up to 90% off @ Brooklyn Trading from £12.99 + delivery - see post £14.99

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Just browsing Brooklyn's website and looking at some of the towel radiators which are massively reduced. Ok you can take the RRP with a pinch of salt but some of the prices are extremely good compare…
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Absolutely unbelievable prices there OP. Even wth delivery added. My dad is a plumber/heating engineer by trade and couldn't get one for anywhere near these prices, even at trade. Have some heat (literally) X)
I have normal small white radiators in my bathroom and downstairs WC and both are rusted badly. I will take a look on the site.
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in my experience a radiator is a radiator you can't really go wrong it's all to do t the guy that fits it heat added and just bought one thank you been looking for one cheap for a while
If they are just Chrome and not Stainless Steel they are likely to rust,I made that mistake and I wasn't taking any chances so I ended up buying another that was Stainless Steel before we had out bathroom done.
I bought chrome ones from screwfix and they rusted quite quickly as well. I'm now buying some white ones off this site, at least you can re-spray them if they rust! :)
Why would you buy ones that are likely to rust again :|
I'd rather spend the money on getting decent ones,to me it's false economy.
The chrome ones rust, hopefully not the white painted ones. I have a painted one from screwfix as well, and it has never been a problem, just the chrome versions.

White rads can rust in Bathrooms though can't they due to the condensation,unless that's just here as we have a lot of condensation.

My previous ordinary White radiator had started to rust at the bottom.
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ozskins
not important if you have another properly specced heat source. many are towel warmers, these are not towel radiators. chrome and rusting is down to quality, Quinn are budget Chinese I think, but Don't spend thirty quid and think it's going to be great, perfect as a cheap refurbished sell on though.
Chinese copies I reckon.....
Real Quinn radiators sold here and just take a look at their Trustpilot rating.http://www.heatandplumb.com/acatalog/Quinn_Crystal_Curved_Ladder_Towel_Rails.html
In my personal experience of Quinn rads, I would not purchase another! POS with lousy quality with very poor finish quality.

However if you read their website, on the plus side, they say that they are made in Wales from local steel. Therefore if you want to support British steel then there is your chance.

However for me, none of them put out sufficient heat for my bathroom.

Heat added but I will give them a miss.

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in my experience a radiator is a radiator you can't really go wrong it's all to do t the guy that fits it heat added and just bought one thank you been looking for one cheap for a while
If they are just Chrome and not Stainless Steel they are likely to rust,I made that mistake and I wasn't taking any chances so I ended up buying another that was Stainless Steel before we had out bathroom done.
I bought chrome ones from screwfix and they rusted quite quickly as well. I'm now buying some white ones off this site, at least you can re-spray them if they rust! :)
Why would you buy ones that are likely to rust again :|
I'd rather spend the money on getting decent ones,to me it's false economy.
The chrome ones rust, hopefully not the white painted ones. I have a painted one from screwfix as well, and it has never been a problem, just the chrome versions.
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10% off Leyland Paints, Brett Martin and Carron Radiators using promo code @ Beatsons

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Bluetooth Thermostatic radiator control- Save money on heating £15.80 (Prime) / £19.79 (non Prime) Sold by pimp-up-your-handy and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Bought some of these as my gas bill was out of control and wanted to find easy ways to reduce it. These are great for rooms that are not used a lot I have noticed that my gas usage has fallen alrea…
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I can't see the point of these unless each radiator is individually zoned and can call for heat independently.
Typically, a central thermostat or programmer will determine when the boiler comes on and this will only then supply heat to all the radiators on the circuit. Then a normal TRV controls the room temp.
ie don't think that you can alter these via Bluetooth independently of the main heating controls. These won't turn the boiler on and off for each room.

Well obviously programmable valves that can independently call for heat from the boiler and so zone each area served would be the ideal - well actually it would not - individually zoned underfloor heating would be. But like underfloor heating, individual radiator valves that can bi-directionally talk to the system programmer would be expensive to retrofit. I think the Honeywell system can do it, and presumably others, but when I recently looked the lovely Honeywell system is something like £600+ for a system to fit a house like mine. As a cheap alternative I fitted a dual zone system with two programmable thermostats and Pegler iTemp programmable valves in each room. It has worked very well. The two zones turn on and off the right times and control the temperature in the most frequently used areas of the house and the iTemp valves control the temperatures for where there are predictable patterns of occupation, like bedrooms. In the infrequently used front lounge I control the radiators with a remote control which is quite neat. So I have good if not perfectly fine control of the temperatures in any given area at any certain time. All good except three years or so on the valves have started failing. Having just taken one apart it appears the reason for failure is under-sized plastic in the area where the mechanical gears that push the plunger to open or close the valve are - disappointing because the electronics still work work fine. I'm now thinking about my next choice for replacement, so I am interested in these. But I suspect they are of similar strength, or worse, than my current Pegler programmable valves.
solid
Great deal, heated. Hope these work more reliably than those Bluetooth light bulbs - you have to reboot and switch the lights on and off sometimes when they have trouble reconnecting


​Yes been reliable so far in terms of reachability.
I'm in heating, this is just a toy for the techno geeks to buy then complain when it goes wrong
I can't see the point of these unless each radiator is individually zoned and can call for heat independently.

Typically, a central thermostat or programmer will determine when the boiler comes on and this will only then supply heat to all the radiators on the circuit. Then a normal TRV controls the room temp.

ie don't think that you can alter these via Bluetooth independently of the main heating controls. These won't turn the boiler on and off for each room.
Great deal, heated. Hope these work more reliably than those Bluetooth light bulbs - you have to reboot and switch the lights on and off sometimes when they have trouble reconnecting
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this deal is available nationwide, I don't know much about the brand as its the first time i have bought it today. There still few left in Leeds Ls9.
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How much heat do these give off
6824 BTU/hr is the heat produced by 2000watts. Though in reality its lower for these radiators as the heating element is not constantly on.

There are plenty of calculators online for calculating what BTU is required to heat a room.
This one also tells you the wattage needed to heat the room.
How much heat do these give off
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HEAT!

Quality bit of kit for heating places cost effectively and when you do not want
to put your main heating on ;-)

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I like the idea of it - but reading the description is even better: "The USB DC power supply is more humane...". :)
"Computer fever, just like boiled eggs"
terrible. ends up overheating your laptop further.
Or prop your laptop up on a book to get some airflow to the underside :D
WaveMotionEngine
I like the idea of it - but reading the description is even better: "The USB DC power supply is more humane...". :)


​i like "With 4 different sizes suckers, you can choose appropriate sucker for your computer" sucker is never a good word to use in sales....
I like the idea of it - but reading the description is even better: "The USB DC power supply is more humane...". :)
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Just been to my local Aldi (Edgbaston, Birmingham). The oil filled radiators have been reduced to £16.99. Assistant said they will have been reduced at other Aldi stores too. Features 600W, 900W
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x8 in Studley branch @ £17.99
Full price in Bellshill
Went to York Fulford Road on Monday (when deal was posted) and all were full price there too.
£24.99 in Swindon too..... Must just have been a local deal maybe? Or else op is having an early April fool? Lol
Just bought one of these at the full price £25. Boiler just broke though, so I don't really have the opportunity to browse. Got the thing set up within a couple of minutes (need to attach legs and castors), and it's working as expected and keeping the missus happy until I can get a boiler fixerer person round.
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Max Cady
Screwfix coming out at £21.94 atm.
Are you sure? I make it £28.99.
Your right, forgot my page is auto set for a trade account.
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Max Cady
Screwfix coming out at £21.94 atm.
Are you sure? I make it £28.99...http://www.screwfix.com/p/drayton-trv4-white-chrome-trv-15mm-angled-l-s/34362

£21.94 if you have a trade account.

I'm not a fan of these (although they are very reliable), prefer a RAS-C2 and drain off lock shield.
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http://cdn2.digitalartsonline.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3441071/FV4H08OHEBN83BM.LARGE.jpg
No clue what that is. But looks like a part to build an artificially intelligent computer? oO
What are you up to. Don't doom us all.
Lol. I'm not sure I follow...

It's from a game called Portal :D
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http://cdn2.digitalartsonline.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3441071/FV4H08OHEBN83BM.LARGE.jpg

No clue what that is. But looks like a part to build an artificially intelligent computer? oO

What are you up to. Don't doom us all.

Lol. I'm not sure I follow...
Max Cady
Screwfix coming out at £21.94 atm.

Are you sure? I make it £28.99...
http://www.screwfix.com/p/drayton-trv4-white-chrome-trv-15mm-angled-l-s/34362
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Anyone know what the energy cost difference is between the oil filled and the convector, and which one heats up quickest?
Looking for something for occasional use in the garage.
Thanks
There's a few threads comparing the two here http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2144401
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2157237

If I had to choose, I'd go for the oil-filled radiator, because I feel they're safer. Some say they provide a steadier heat than the "blast" of a convector, but apparently both cost the same amount to run. The convector heaters heat up faster.
Anyone know what the energy cost difference is between the oil filled and the convector, and which one heats up quickest?

Looking for something for occasional use in the garage.

Thanks
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Re the Black 1.5kW Oil Radiator with 7 elements - "Also Known As GTIN UPC EAN: 5051259024762"
Not sure why CPC do this but on the other EAN link it's £26.54 (£31.848) http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/cyn20-7black/1-5kw-floor-standing-oil-filled/dp/HG00919?ost=5051259024762&selectedCategoryId=&categoryName=All+Categories&categoryNameResp=All%2BCategories
They do it simply because overall it nets them more money. Those who aren't so concerned about the cost and won't hunt out the bargains will pay more; those who won't buy for full price but are tempted by the bargains will make them less money but more than if they lost a sale.
Cheers, I posted this as soon as I read the email around 2pm yesterday :) I do like making up lists :)
Top effort ;)
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needed another one and they're still available.
honeymonster86
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bellboys
They look great but ultimately cost you more money to heat your house. /boring, sensible post/
Where on earth do you think the heat goes?! Is the radiator cover some sort of black hole.
No of course not, the radiator cover simply acts as a temporary holder of heat. Any heat it absorbs will still be released into the room, just at a slower rate. So it may make the room heat up slightly slower, but will not STOP heat.
Imagine wrapping your radiator in insulation. Where will the heat go? The answer is, it will go nowhere, it'll just stay in the central heating pipes and carry on circulating around your central heating system.
So insulating your radiators (with a wooden box for example) makes your radiator less effective at heating up the room, so either your room will be colder or you'll boiler will have to keep working for longer.

You've sort of agree with me here, but it won't necessarily make the room colder, it will just take longer to heat up, but the heat is not lost and won't make your boiler work for longer. Its like having a cast iron stove, it takes longer to heat up but once it is warm it retains the heat so warms the room for longer.

As for warm air leaving your pipes and somehow managing to get back into them and make them hotter ... stop and think for a second how illogical that is. How can warm air make something that is already hotter than it any warmer?

The warmth coming out of your radiator would have to be warmer than the radiator itself! If your radiator can do this, please tell us all how, because this will save a fortune on heating bills, radiator cover or not!



​Not sure you could have misunderstood any more completely! To be clear, I don't sort of agree with you....
honeymonster86
bellboys
They look great but ultimately cost you more money to heat your house. /boring, sensible post/

Where on earth do you think the heat goes?! Is the radiator cover some sort of black hole.

No of course not, the radiator cover simply acts as a temporary holder of heat. Any heat it absorbs will still be released into the room, just at a slower rate. So it may make the room heat up slightly slower, but will not STOP heat.


​It won't cost more or less to heat a room since the heat will eventually be transferred to the room. They probably slow the process though.

Technically you could argue that with radiator on an outside wall (in the room obviously) the trapped heat in the cover has more time to transfer to brick/block and outside if you have poor insulation.
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honeymonster86
bellboys
They look great but ultimately cost you more money to heat your house. /boring, sensible post/
Where on earth do you think the heat goes?! Is the radiator cover some sort of black hole.
No of course not, the radiator cover simply acts as a temporary holder of heat. Any heat it absorbs will still be released into the room, just at a slower rate. So it may make the room heat up slightly slower, but will not STOP heat.
Imagine wrapping your radiator in insulation. Where will the heat go? The answer is, it will go nowhere, it'll just stay in the central heating pipes and carry on circulating around your central heating system.
So insulating your radiators (with a wooden box for example) makes your radiator less effective at heating up the room, so either your room will be colder or you'll boiler will have to keep working for longer.

You've sort of agree with me here, but it won't necessarily make the room colder, it will just take longer to heat up, but the heat is not lost and won't make your boiler work for longer. Its like having a cast iron stove, it takes longer to heat up but once it is warm it retains the heat so warms the room for longer.

As for warm air leaving your pipes and somehow managing to get back into them and make them hotter ... stop and think for a second how illogical that is. How can warm air make something that is already hotter than it any warmer?

The warmth coming out of your radiator would have to be warmer than the radiator itself! If your radiator can do this, please tell us all how, because this will save a fortune on heating bills, radiator cover or not!


Edited By: honeymonster86 on Jan 30, 2016 08:17
74zep
Its because convection is increased pulling cold air in and warm air rise's, however without the cover the heats convection is slower and radiates forward more then up. The key thing is, does it save you money on heating bills not at all however in hallways they can reduce heat lost when doors open but its marginal. The main use for these things is they stop radiators getting damaged in high traffic areas.


​like M6 etc... :)
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Morrisons 1500w oil filled Radiator £22.00 @ Morrisons

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Best price found in Ealing Morrisons, I hope it is national.
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Can you get these online?


No I don't think so
Can you get these online?
Can you get these online?
prudenza
Is this national?
£29 at my local Morrisons. Bought it as I was desperate.
Is this national?