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Screwfix Deal Of The Day - 2 White Towel Radiators - Were £80.00 now £24.99 (£29.99 Delivered)
Screwfix Deal Of The Day - 2 White Towel Radiators - Were £80.00 now £24.99 (£29.99 Delivered)

Screwfix Deal Of The Day - 2 White Towel Radiators - Were £80.00 now £24.99 (£29.99 Delivered)

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Deal of the Day at Screwfix are a twin pack of white towel radiators reduced from £80.00 to £24.99 (+ £5 p&p) These don't have the best output, but are good for cloakrooms or small ensuites, etc.

Site description -

Two 700x400 White Towel Radiators, 178Watts 607BTU. Towel Radiators designed with simple, straight lines. Robust steel construction with white finish.


Also available in chrome at £29.35 (+ £5 p&p) = £34.35



Site description -

Two 700x400 Chrome Towel Radiators, 165Watts 563BTU. Towel Radiators designed with simple, straight lines. Robust steel construction with chrome-plated finish.

Possible free delivery and 10% if you spend over £50 using vouchers.

23 Comments

Chrome is £5 more! :thumbsup:

165 watts sounds quite low, about two light bulbs worth of heat. Would find it difficult to heat a small room would be my assumption. Perhaps ok to dry towels ect but may not be enough if your looking to heat a bathroom ect.

You should look into the power output before purchasing this.

These type of things aren't meant to heat a room are they,i thought they were just heated towel rails,not actually a radiator to heat a whole room.

deb8z;3957300

These type of things aren't meant to heat a room are they,i thought they … These type of things aren't meant to heat a room are they,i thought they were just heated towel rails,not actually a radiator to heat a whole room.



I've got one and it doesn't heat my room. I've got two rooms without radiators and you can tell which they are when you walk into them. I wouldn't rely on a towel radiator to heat your room, trust me, it doesn't.

thanks op just ordered a pack good price heat added.

When I went to get a Chrome towel radiator for my bathroom, the output I needed became a subject of discussion between myself and my fellow shoppers. We came to the conclusion that if you Don't know the output of your Current radiator - why worry about the Towel one needlessly?

If like me you're replacing some hunking 10 year old radiator on its last legs, even less point comparing.

Just don't do anything silly like replace a Huge radiator with a Tiny towel one of course.

I'd say for anyone who has say a downstairs WC this is a great buy - and for those who have a tiny bathroom, still worth a go.

We have a very small bathroom without a radiator at all, I was wondering actually about these, how would you go about fitting it electricity wise, would you have to feed through the plasterboard wall and spur it off a mains circuit ring?

For a towel rail to heat and dry off your towels would anyone really want high wattage anyway, wouldnt be economical.

Scrub what I have just said, they are gas plumbed ones I notice!

I was about to post asking what on earth you meant by electricity etc, when I checked the link, and saw the heating element also listed you can put in (for both plumbed and non-plumbed) - so thats me educated.

It had never occured to me that you could fit a radiator Without a water supply, learn something every day.

nice find! I want these but am wondering if someone can offer some advice... when trying to purchase, the site offers an in line radiator valve and a radiator heating element as extras - are these essential to the functioning of these heaters, just recommended extras or completely unconnected?

Please excuse my novice-ness

Cheers

Where do you input the 10% off code ?

PJR;3961110

Where do you input the 10% off code ?



Just found where to put it , updated the order & no discount was applied .

:whistling:

Jakaru;3959899

It had never occured to me that you could fit a radiator Without a water … It had never occured to me that you could fit a radiator Without a water supply, learn something every day.




If you seal it full of liquid and connect an element to it will explode when turned on!!!!.Dont do it

cobbydale;3961224

If you seal it full of liquid and connect an element to it will explode … If you seal it full of liquid and connect an element to it will explode when turned on!!!!.Dont do it



Why would it explode ?

What do you think an immersion heater is ?

If you can fit a designed for element into it then it will be perfectly safe .

Can't find this electric one your on about

Can someone confirm - do you heat them via an electric element or do you plumb them to a hot water supply?

I think everyone is confused- anyone know a plumber??!

stphnstevey;3961726

Can someone confirm - do you heat them via an electric element or do you … Can someone confirm - do you heat them via an electric element or do you plumb them to a hot water supply?



From what I can see they need to be plumbed in .

Looking more closely , these are plumbed in type BUT , you can buy an electric element for them at £27 each .

Fantastic, ordered, thank you. Will be perfect for my WC, a little underpowered for my bathroom but a darn sight better than the nothing I have right now

by the way those of you talking about rad output, this site will help you out:
home-radiators.co.uk/Rad…htm

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Chrome ones (only ones interested in) gone up to £44 now

PJR;3961157

Just found where to put it , updated the order & no discount was applied … Just found where to put it , updated the order & no discount was applied .:whistling:



The Discount dosent show until you get the "order Despatched" email later that day, the webpage when ordering and even the invoce your emailed at time of order show the full price, but the order dispatched email and more importantly the price you pay is discounted.

This is a strange way of doing it i agree, but all screfix discounts work this way.

Did anyone purchase one of these after the 9 PM deadline? I ordered it around 10 PM by browsing for it and it was listed at £29.35 and have an email confirming the price too. I then received the invoice email being charged £44.03 for the radiators! I have called them twice now asking for an explanation as the price was still at the reducaed amount after 9 PM and that there was nothing to say (when I was browsing) that the offer had run out at 9 PM. I await a call in the morning and will post a reply back...
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