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Qual-Rad Curved Heated Towel Rail - 750mm x 600mm - Chrome £16.44 @ Homebase
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Qual-Rad Curved Heated Towel Rail - 750mm x 600mm - Chrome £16.44 @ Homebase

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Posted 21st Jan

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I was looking for a bathroom radiator and saw this at my local Homebase (Brenford)
Qual-Rad Curved Heated Towel Rail - 750mm x 600mm - Chrome
Shame it's a wrong size for my bathroom. Not sure if local or national, as these are still at £55 on their website.


If anyone know any other good deals on towel radiators, please post in comments, as I still on lookout for 2.
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This was in my local for £15 and the straight one was for £12
You best searching for a homebase that is closing down
Genuine and possibly silly question - if you have one of these in your bathroom does it replace the radiator or would both be needed ?
Mattk8421/01/2020 12:56

Genuine and possibly silly question - if you have one of these in your …Genuine and possibly silly question - if you have one of these in your bathroom does it replace the radiator or would both be needed ?


This is the radiator don't need both, heat off this is enough
Mattk8421/01/2020 12:56

Genuine and possibly silly question - if you have one of these in your …Genuine and possibly silly question - if you have one of these in your bathroom does it replace the radiator or would both be needed ?


If constantly full of towels the output will be drastically reduced unless you keep it on 24/7. The drawback is that proportionally most of the heat is lost on the pipes under the floorboards even so would be the same amount with or without towels . Always use the largest radiators you can fit. We always switch the CH off when we are out. Our system is very efficient as we use larger radiators than what we should and it takes much less time to get a warm room to our liking and for the time we like. T. valve can also make up for the trick but only if needed as we do not abuse of it.
Edited by: "bobo53" 21st Jan
Anyone know if we can insert an electric element into this one?
getknk22/01/2020 09:41

Anyone know if we can insert an electric element into this one?



And the ones that state electric or plumbed, do they have oil in them as oil fillled radiators?
Q, what if I have a smaller rad and want this large one , what do I need to do?
Just picked the last two up in bridgend....nice deal
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