KUDOX SILVER TOWEL RAIL (H)1000MM (W)450MM £32 @ B&Q
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KUDOX SILVER TOWEL RAIL (H)1000MM (W)450MM £32 @ B&Q

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Found 11th Jan
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As if we’d be able to or bother triangulating your positions from the b&q store mileage’s to your whole postcode which potentially could have over a thousand houses on it
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As if we’d be able to or bother triangulating your positions from the b&q store mileage’s to your whole postcode which potentially could have over a thousand houses on it
Our house only has electrics and no gas. Does anyone know if this would be suitable? the description mentions "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" but I'm a noob when it comes to these things and don't really know what that means?
Edited by: "bigpappasmurf13" 11th Jan
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sparklehedgehog14 m ago

As if we’d be able to or bother triangulating your positions from the b&q s …As if we’d be able to or bother triangulating your positions from the b&q store mileage’s to your whole postcode which potentially could have over a thousand houses on it


I am truly sorry if I offended you by doing that
Hunt_Deal_Hunt2 m ago

I am truly sorry if I offended you by doing that


No you made me chuckle at how paranoid you are!

Here’s Johnny!!!!
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sparklehedgehog6 m ago

No you made me chuckle at how paranoid you are!Here’s Johnny!!!!


Well it served it's purpose then
bigpappasmurf1343 m ago

Our house only has electrics and no gas. Does anyone know if this would …Our house only has electrics and no gas. Does anyone know if this would be suitable? the description mentions "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" but I'm a noob when it comes to these things and don't really know what that means?


Its just a long probe heating element usually 150w to 600watt that screws in and needs a power supply, so in the summer when you have no central heating on warms and dries the towel. Have a 2Kw fan heater in bathroom to quickly heat bathroom but the higher rated elements would warm up a small bathroom you have to top up with water... towelradiator.co.uk/t/e…ils
Kudos for your Kudox.
morrig52 m ago

Its just a long probe heating element usually 150w to 600watt that screws …Its just a long probe heating element usually 150w to 600watt that screws in and needs a power supply, so in the summer when you have no central heating on warms and dries the towel. Have a 2Kw fan heater in bathroom to quickly heat bathroom but the higher rated elements would warm up a small bathroom you have to top up with water... https://www.towelradiator.co.uk/t/electric-only-use-towel-rails


Cheers that makes sense now. Shame these are OOS near me now
Edited by: "bigpappasmurf13" 11th Jan
bigpappasmurf131 h, 38 m ago

Our house only has electrics and no gas. Does anyone know if this would …Our house only has electrics and no gas. Does anyone know if this would be suitable? the description mentions "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" but I'm a noob when it comes to these things and don't really know what that means?


We have one similar to this and our house uses only electricity, so you need to get an electrician to wire it into your mains - relatively easy job for electrician. It might not be enough to heat your bathroom by itself, but it will take off that edge in a chill.
morrig1 h, 50 m ago

Its just a long probe heating element usually 150w to 600watt that screws …Its just a long probe heating element usually 150w to 600watt that screws in and needs a power supply, so in the summer when you have no central heating on warms and dries the towel. Have a 2Kw fan heater in bathroom to quickly heat bathroom but the higher rated elements would warm up a small bathroom you have to top up with water... https://www.towelradiator.co.uk/t/electric-only-use-towel-rails


Heating element costs £30 on it's own!

I've also got an all electric flat.
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I am not sure why this deal was expired, there's still stock in various stores
I did see some electric ones in Homebase recently. No price on them but took one to the till and the manager said I could have it for £20. but I actually need a gas one so may be worth looking there.
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