B&Q Towel radiator click and collect £32
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B&Q Towel radiator click and collect £32

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Found 5th Mar
Various sizes available just picked up the smaller version for £20.

Product Information
A great towel warmer not only heats your towels and bathroom, but will help to make your bathroom a warm and comfortable place in which to relax. Our range includes a number of stunning warmers that suit both contemporary and more traditional bathroom interiors.

5 years Warranty
Fixings supplied
Valves not included
This towel warmer is suitable for use with hot water heating systems and can also be fitted with an electric heating element - so you can warm your towels even if your central heating is switched off
Supplied with solid wall fixings kit and bleed plug
Features and Benefits
Introduce gentle warmth into your bathroom with the Kudox Flat Ladder Towel Warmer. This towel warmer features a stylish tube-on-tube multi rail design, which is sure to add a touch of designer luxury to any bathroom area. Constructed from hard wearing steel, with a durable high quality chrome plated finish.

Features a stunning high quality, chrome plated finish
Fixing pack included complete with plugs and vents
This towel warmer would be equally at home in a bathroom, cloakroom, or even a kitchen
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Unfortunately we do not have stock of this product in any of our stores.


cold but hot?
Edited by: "Snakeyes646" 6th Mar
No stock within 100 miles of Bristol
These are rubbish - they pit and rust in less than a year
Another elusive B&Q "deal".
powder coated ones will usually last much longer (thicker and more durable coating)...
yet to see chrome ones to last more than 2 years without signs of rust.
Seems a good price to me..ho
Rust king
Krizzo35th Mar

Rust king


I give is 18 months
Surely with a 5 year warranty if it does rust just take it back and get another one
ses6jwg3 h, 6 m ago

Surely with a 5 year warranty if it does rust just take it back and get …Surely with a 5 year warranty if it does rust just take it back and get another one


What happens if they have none in stock do you get a similar one or money back?
None available within 50 miles of my area.
bad review
jwilliams8020 h, 21 m ago

These are rubbish - they pit and rust in less than a year



I need one as looking to get my bathroom done, can you recommed me a good radiator that looks smilar to this?
ses6jwg10 h, 57 m ago

Surely with a 5 year warranty if it does rust just take it back and get …Surely with a 5 year warranty if it does rust just take it back and get another one



but paying plumber to fit another one is extra cost. if it was something that can be changed easily then it would be fine.
Stainless steel one, TLC direct is a good company. You get what you pay for, mine cost 125
montana781 h, 45 m ago

I need one as looking to get my bathroom done, can you recommed me a good …I need one as looking to get my bathroom done, can you recommed me a good radiator that looks smilar to this?

montana781 h, 49 m ago

but paying plumber to fit another one is extra cost. if it was something …but paying plumber to fit another one is extra cost. if it was something that can be changed easily then it would be fine.


It can be changed pretty easily so long as the replacement is the same width. Valve off both sides, counting the turns on the lockshield side. Drain radiator and swap out for new one. Use PTFE tape on radiator threads and reconnect. It's not difficult unless the radiator is a different width or the thread is different. If so then either refit the old one or get a plumber.
Admittedly I've done plenty of plumbing in my time.
liamf129 m ago

It can be changed pretty easily so long as the replacement is the same …It can be changed pretty easily so long as the replacement is the same width. Valve off both sides, counting the turns on the lockshield side. Drain radiator and swap out for new one. Use PTFE tape on radiator threads and reconnect. It's not difficult unless the radiator is a different width or the thread is different. If so then either refit the old one or get a plumber.Admittedly I've done plenty of plumbing in my time.


I've tried PTFE tape on taps.. and rads. Lol. They're a nightmare for me
There's always other sealers about but I've not had any issues other than on one occasion when I bought Yorkshire fittings from B&Q (before screwfix and others). Had a mare making a joint (not the smoking kind either) thought it was because water was too close to the join and taking heat away but then noticed another fitting in the pack had no pre applied solder. Local plumbers merchant then gave me a couple of end feed fittings and said "If you can do Yorkshire you can do end feed, they're much cheaper" they were right.
Just found this link emergencyplumber.uk.com/plu…te/ I've used Boss sealants with success but can't vouch for the others.
Quite a few reduced
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