DeLonghi (and others) Double & Single Radiators from £5.99 + postage @ Brooklyn Trading
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DeLonghi (and others) Double & Single Radiators from £5.99 + postage @ Brooklyn Trading

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Found 19th Nov 2015
Spotted Brooklyn Trading have reduced a load of DeLonghi Double & Single Radiators by around 60% to 80%. Few that stood out:-
DeLonghi Double Radiator 400mm (H) x 600mm (L) 80% OFF £12.49
DeLonghi Double Radiator 400mm (H) x 800mm (L) 79% OFF £13.99
DeLonghi Double Radiator 400mm (H) x 900mm (L) 80% OFF £15.49
Single Radiator 400mm (H) x 1200mm (L) 79% OFF £11.49
Double Radiator 500mm (H) x 1000mm (L) 79% OFF £16.99
Single Radiator 400mm (H) x 800mm (L) 79% OFF £6.49

Postage can vary but I did a test and got £4.99 for two radiators / £8.99 for four radiators

75 Comments

Amazing prices - hot.

I can feel the heat radiating from this deal!

WOW prices,nice find just 2 months too late for me.

Deserved heat!

are these the electric ones ??

nav_deal

are these the electric ones ??



Umm, no.

nav_deal

are these the electric ones ??


Yeah right!

Ordered two 1m double rads, came to £50 delivered (£17 delivery to South Wales) - Definitely hot!

Could come in handy

cheaper than ebay by some way,ive just replaced 10 for £200 delivered.cheers for posting

Good prices here! Tempted to buy as redecorating in new year but can see these sitting in garage for months then going on eBay.

Unbelievable prices when you compare them to their myson equivalent

Need to look into this

beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. In 5 years a lot of the rads have rusted away....ive changed all the wet room ones already.....expected 10 years at least.

OMG, unbelievable prices!

Cheers OP

Literally hot.

rosstheboss1972

beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. … beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. In 5 years a lot of the rads have rusted away....ive changed all the wet room ones already.....expected 10 years at least.



Is this not down to having rust inhibitor in the closed system? Only ones I have seen perish are Towel rails as all seem to die a death after a few years.. nature of the beast.

rosstheboss1972

beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. … beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. In 5 years a lot of the rads have rusted away....ive changed all the wet room ones already.....expected 10 years at least.


Did you use any inhibitor in your system as I'd expect new radiators to last a lot longer than 5 years?

elne

Is this not down to having rust inhibitor in the closed system? Only ones … Is this not down to having rust inhibitor in the closed system? Only ones I have seen perish are Towel rails as all seem to die a death after a few years.. nature of the beast.



I have this problem with our tower rail, and it will need changing soon, any way I can prevent it from rusting in the future. Also I assumed it was chrome plated or something, or is it just polished, how does it rust.

Try opening a window and get a good extractor fan

Nice one, thanks OP

elne

Is this not down to having rust inhibitor in the closed system? Only ones … Is this not down to having rust inhibitor in the closed system? Only ones I have seen perish are Towel rails as all seem to die a death after a few years.. nature of the beast.



Im not sure if we have or not im afraid....considering the price i paid for the house i would like to think so. All the other rooms are fine......

Cheers OP bought 4 rads £105 inc shipping worked out at £45 less than screwfix

rosstheboss1972

beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. … beware.......we have our new house completely fitted with delonghi rads. In 5 years a lot of the rads have rusted away....ive changed all the wet room ones already.....expected 10 years at least.



Are other brands better in wet/bathrooms?

jh69

Are other brands better in wet/bathrooms?


Any room that condensates will reduce the life span of a rad putting damp towels on them aswell will do the same

Heat outputs are poor compared to same size ones at screwfix. Prob why there cheaper.

The ones I have bought are all higher outputs guess it varies

These are not good quality rads I am heating engineer

paulbamber94

These are not good quality rads I am heating engineer



Why is that? I am keen to buy as delonghi is a good brand and they offer 15 years warranty.

Argh site keeps crashing!!!

dam useless asp based sites that can't handle more than 2 people looking at them.

The paint always rusts I have replaced loads of these, I do have to say they look like any other radiator and feel the same it could all be down to the persons maintenance but I have noticed it seems to be these more often than others

These will get surface rust in a relatively short space of time and additives within the system won't help with rust on the outside!

If you get these get some rust eater and white hammerite to go with them.

jh69

Are other brands better in wet/bathrooms?



probably best ask a plumber im afraid....

Buy cheap buy / pay to get them replaced twice.

Monkeybumcheeks

I can feel the heat radiating from this deal!



Are you mistaking it for how close you are to the monitor of your screen.

I'm a plumber, these are a really good deal.

Is it expensive to move the position of a radiator? My current one is in a stupid position behind the sofa (no other way of arranging my living room).

I'd maybe like one smaller one on a free wall, or perhaps even better 'split' it into two smaller ones, and get rid of the big one behind the sofa.

Anyone know roughly how much that would cost? Flooring is exposed floorboards if it make any difference.

dean_brfc

Is it expensive to move the position of a radiator? My current one is in … Is it expensive to move the position of a radiator? My current one is in a stupid position behind the sofa (no other way of arranging my living room).I'd maybe like one smaller one on a free wall, or perhaps even better 'split' it into two smaller ones, and get rid of the big one behind the sofa.Anyone know roughly how much that would cost? Flooring is exposed floorboards if it make any difference.


The price will be dependant on labour costs in your area more than material costs. If you are a handy person it's easy to do yourself. Also if adding an extra rad, you have to consider the output of your existing boiler, e.g. if it's already at its max capacity you will to replace it with one with a higher output. Call around your local plumbers.
Edited by: "jeds" 20th Nov 2015
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