Free Drayton TRV & Lockshield worth £18.99 with any Kudox Radiator @ Screwfix
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Free Drayton TRV & Lockshield worth £18.99 with any Kudox Radiator @ Screwfix

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Found 4th Aug 2015
Now it's summer of sorts I'm finally getting round to replacing my Rads.
The Kudox ones at Screwfix have good reviews & are keenly priced.

They also cuurently come with a free Drayton TRV & Lockshield for each Rad ordered, currently £18.99 on Screwfix. Just add code 53581 to your trolley & it goes to £0.00 as long as you have a Rad to match.

No end date on there that I can see. Available for delivery or collect in store.

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Cracking deal, worth getting whilst its on again.

Just got 2 of these free with my radiators a month ago

Promotion valid until 06/09/15....stated in description

Original Poster

Jasper18

Promotion valid until 06/09/15....stated in description


Expiry duly updated, don't know how I missed that.

Just bought 15 Radiators. Saved £284! Heat Added. BTW. Screw fix also sent me a personalised 10% discount code applied to my account number. This also came off on top. Check your post.

Cheers need three more rads. Now to fit them .

Goes to search YouTube how to add extra rads lol

No 450 height Grrrr

TRV and lockshield not worth £18.99 but the Kudox double radiator's are great value anyway so nice bonus. I'd avoid free next day delivery if I was buying again, brutal.

If you buy these radiators make sure you check them when you get them home. Bought six last year. One had a bracket missing, one was damaged (but strangely the packaging was ok) and one had a plug/connector tail that had stripped threads. And don't expect Screwfix to do anything helpful like give you the missing bracket from another one. You either have to return the radiator or phone Kudox for the missing bit.

Once you get past these issues the radiators are okay.

Banned

Check the BTUs for each room... and if you dont know what I mean then you have no business buying radiators

I wouldn't recommend the brand - I bought some 3 years ago and all the paint has chipped off around the top. Should last longer not impressed!!!!

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Mr Hunter

Cheers need three more rads. Now to fit them . Goes to search YouTube … Cheers need three more rads. Now to fit them . Goes to search YouTube how to add extra rads lol


Check out this fella youtube.com/cha…-zA

Original Poster

GAZZA-UK

No 450 height Grrrr


All my old rads are *50mm wide, but these sizes are now rare in any brand. Existing pipework is 10mm microbore so I should have a bit flex in the pipework. Otherwise longer tails are needed.

the fittings on these are 15mm, so you need a 10mm to 15mm reducer if you existing pipe work is 10 mm microbore.
they are £1 each at screwfix and wicks, just don't tighten them up too hard.

Original Poster

swancut

the fittings on these are 15mm, so you need a 10mm to 15mm reducer if you … the fittings on these are 15mm, so you need a 10mm to 15mm reducer if you existing pipe work is 10 mm microbore.they are £1 each at screwfix and wicks, just don't tighten them up too hard.


Yep, well aware of that, I'm soldering on end feed 10mm>15mm reducers.
wiki.diyfaq.org.uk/ind…ore

Hucknallred

Yep, well aware of that, I'm soldering on end feed 10mm15mm … Yep, well aware of that, I'm soldering on end feed 10mm>15mm reducers.http://wiki.diyfaq.org.uk/index.php?title=Fitting_TRVs_to_Microbore


you might be well aware, but other may not be.

what radiator would someone recommend putting into a terraced house dormer, Its not very big and going to be well insulated.

A double or single panel and what sort of size?

Original Poster

ashtad

what radiator would someone recommend putting into a terraced house … what radiator would someone recommend putting into a terraced house dormer, Its not very big and going to be well insulated.A double or single panel and what sort of size?



Put your details in here, then match the btu on the Screwfix site.
diy.com/hel…art
Edited by: "Hucknallred" 13th Aug 2015

Hucknallred

Put your details in here, then match the btu on the Screwfix … Put your details in here, then match the btu on the Screwfix site.http://www.diy.com/help-advice/btu-radiator-calculator/Dev_npcart_100006.art

Great thanks
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