Screwfix 72 hour price crash inc. Towel Radiator 1100 x 600mm £49.99, Triton Enrich Electric Shower £ 39.99 and more
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Screwfix 72 hour price crash inc. Towel Radiator 1100 x 600mm £49.99, Triton Enrich Electric Shower £ 39.99 and more

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Found 21st Mar 2013
Screwfix once again have there 72 hour sale meaning lots of bargains to be had. Some of the deals include:

Curved Chrome Towel Rail 1100mm x 600mm - £49.99
Triton Enrich Electric Shower 8.5kW - £39.99
Forge Steel Screwdriver & Bit Set 30Pcs - £14.99
DeWalt D25013N-GB 2kg SDS+ Hammer Drill 240V & 110v - £79.99
and a few more

while stocks last so get in quick

34 Comments

Original Poster

Just realised that the Bosch drill comes with 2 x 2.6 Li-ion batteries.

Does the radiator just plug in an existing socket does anyone know?

Banned

this will get hot

Original Poster

Im not positive but i dont think its an electric towel radiator but it connects to a gas pipe just like a normal central heating radiator

rsmith34223 change the link you have posted, i clicked and its your logged in page, i can see you address, order history everything! i tried to send a private message but it wouldn't let me. Change your screwfix password too. Cant be too careful!

rsmith34223

Im not positive but i dont think its an electric towel radiator but it … Im not positive but i dont think its an electric towel radiator but it connects to a gas pipe just like a normal central heating radiator



I advise against connecting your towel radiator to your gas pipe

It doesn't connect to electricity or to a gas pipe. It connects to the central heating hot water system. Exactly how will depend on your system.

Original Poster

Thanks for the warning pfarre10 but i dont think i have an online account with screwfix so not sure whos it is just copied the link from my browser?

Original Poster

oncemoreitb Just realised what i wrote there so thanks for correcting me lol

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Alinshearah

this will get hot



Not if you connect it to the gas pipe.oO
Maybe if you open the bleed valve and set it alight. Get hot then.
Edited by: "banerama" 21st Mar 2013

Alinshearah

this will get hot


One would hope so

Bosch drill is good value with two batteries but only 10mm chuck and loss of reviews where it had burnt out prematurely.

Without sounding stupid is this an electric heater?

Looking for a towel rail, this is a fantastic price!

Original Poster

Spenceey No its not electric im afraid

I just ordered one, even though I dont plan to have the bathroom done for maybe 1yre

seems to have good reviews on screwfix website

Not sure how you don't look stupid seeing as that's already been discussed on this page...

These can be converted to electric with a bit of faffing.
I did mine last time these were on offer.

There shouldn't be a power socket within 3m of your shower/bath anyway.

I Live in a new build house that uses flexible pipe for the radiators. How would this work with the towel radiator? This is a great buy though!

awastedyouth

There shouldn't be a power socket within 3m of your shower/bath anyway.


That's why it would be wired in permanently.

awastedyouth

There shouldn't be a power socket within 3m of your shower/bath anyway.



3 meters? Blimey, that pretty much excludes most of my house

Cheers got both the radiator and the shower. Both needed. Total of £130 off.

kiwikeen

I advise against connecting your towel radiator to your gas pipe



well if he tells us where he`s living, so we can keep an eye out in the news headlines,

i think it would be fun ,

well for us

ajay87

I Live in a new build house that uses flexible pipe for the radiators. … I Live in a new build house that uses flexible pipe for the radiators. How would this work with the towel radiator? This is a great buy though!



if you mean plastic pipe, then using pushfit fitings are easy.

screwfix.com/c/h…162

ho and yoo`ll need this:

screwfix.com/p/c…103

or this

screwfix.com/p/c…146

depending where the pipes are comming from.
Edited by: "ws007" 21st Mar 2013

HardyRexion

3 meters? Blimey, that pretty much excludes most of my house


If there's a wall in the way then that rather saves the day as walls tend to stop splashing water.

awastedyouth

There shouldn't be a power socket within 3m of your shower/bath anyway.



Regs have changed, you can have power sockets in the bathroom as long as they have adequate protection, ie RCD protected

Can someone link the towel rail please can't see it sorry if I'm being dim

I bought the same towel rail last year (or the year before) when it was on offer (around about the same time of year) it's really good. I bought the taps from screwfix too and then put some chrome effect snap on covers for the copper pipes - looks brill.

According to the reviews on Screwfix this has been down to £39.99 before so not quite as good. I'm in 2 minds about whether to take the plunge with it, I'm also in a new build but have done absolutely no plumbing in the past, ever...

Go for it, what could go wrong!....other than a leak, which will go in the night, flood the house, drown the dog. Might be ok though :-p

2 ordered. Moving into a new build next week with 600mm bathroom rads. Bargain

gone through the link the rad is priced at £160.price gone back up or am i going wrong somewhere?

ordered last night, picked up today, bargain to replace rusty radiator in bathroom and to get rid of the broken towel rail, heat added
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