Various towel radiators up to 90% off @ Brooklyn Trading from £12.99 + delivery - see post
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Various towel radiators up to 90% off @ Brooklyn Trading from £12.99 + delivery - see post

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Found 31st Mar 2016
Just browsing Brooklyn's website and looking at some of the towel radiators which are massively reduced.
Ok you can take the RRP with a pinch of salt but some of the prices are extremely good compared to other stores.

Too many to list quick link in first comment.
Delivery from just £4.99
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Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 31st Mar 2016
Love Brooklyn Trading prices are amazing. Heat
Heat added PF...I really could do with some X)

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Thanks, never used before, very cheap prices!
Silly question but how hard is this to replace my existing radiator the cheap white type. Could I fit this using the existing valves? Oh and It's a cracking deal!
Couldn't find any chrome rails of a practical size for cheap.
Edited by: "themorgatron" 31st Mar 2016
A must have, nice find PF, heat added
For those of you who have bought these before, are they any good quality wise?
bottle123

For those of you who have bought these before, are they any good quality … For those of you who have bought these before, are they any good quality wise?



That's what I'm worried about !
they seem too cheap (crap?) to be true...
Edited by: "goldengirlz" 31st Mar 2016
in my experience a radiator is a radiator you can't really go wrong it's all to do t the guy that fits it heat added and just bought one thank you been looking for one cheap for a while
Just ordered one of the larger towel rail radiators. Delivery was 8.99 but for less than £40 total it's still a bargain! thanks OP
Good prices but a lot of them are tiny! Good as a flannel radiator.
ssgraff

in my experience a radiator is a radiator you can't really go wrong it's … in my experience a radiator is a radiator you can't really go wrong it's all to do t the guy that fits it heat added and just bought one thank you been looking for one cheap for a while



If they are just Chrome and not Stainless Steel they are likely to rust,I made that mistake and I wasn't taking any chances so I ended up buying another that was Stainless Steel before we had out bathroom done.
Make sure you also get the correct BTU for your room.
deb8z

Make sure you also get the correct BTU for your room.



Thats not so important for towel radiators.
When they are covered with a towel, they don't give off anywhere near the same heat.
simes

Thats not so important for towel radiators.When they are covered with a … Thats not so important for towel radiators.When they are covered with a towel, they don't give off anywhere near the same heat.



Well no,but you don't have it covered with a towel 24/7 so why would you get the incorrect size for the room
not important if you have another properly specced heat source. many are towel warmers, these are not towel radiators. chrome and rusting is down to quality, Quinn are budget Chinese I think, but Don't spend thirty quid and think it's going to be great, perfect as a cheap refurbished sell on though.
ive got one of these in my bathroom. you get more heat from a hot fart!
deb8z

If they are just Chrome and not Stainless Steel they are likely to … If they are just Chrome and not Stainless Steel they are likely to rust,I made that mistake and I wasn't taking any chances so I ended up buying another that was Stainless Steel before we had out bathroom done.



I agree completely. If it's for a bathroom then avoid chrome as the damp will cause them to rust. My chrome ones only lasted a few months before rusting. I paid quite a bit more for stainless steel towel radiator. If I had known when I bought then would have gone for stainless steel in the first place as the cost of having a plumber or builder in twice is far more than the price difference between chrome and stainless steel.
I got my chrome one from a supplier on ebay, had it for nearly 2 years now - not a bit of rust.. i did pay nearly £100 though... (went for a high BTU)
Refurbing a house at the mo and these are mega cheap, well done OP!!!
These may shorten the life of your boiler if they begin to rust/leak. Go with a good quality stainless steel radiator.
patrick_000

I agree completely. If it's for a bathroom then avoid chrome as the damp … I agree completely. If it's for a bathroom then avoid chrome as the damp will cause them to rust. My chrome ones only lasted a few months before rusting. I paid quite a bit more for stainless steel towel radiator. If I had known when I bought then would have gone for stainless steel in the first place as the cost of having a plumber or builder in twice is far more than the price difference between chrome and stainless steel.



That's basically what I said and yet nobody liked my comment *stamps feet* lol
Note on stainless and chrome.

Do not use any chlorine based products on it.

Their website seems to be struggling, am getting a lot of error page can't be found..
does this heat up cotton towels? COTTON TOWELS
ozskins

not important if you have another properly specced heat source. many are … not important if you have another properly specced heat source. many are towel warmers, these are not towel radiators. chrome and rusting is down to quality, Quinn are budget Chinese I think, but Don't spend thirty quid and think it's going to be great, perfect as a cheap refurbished sell on though.



Chinese copies I reckon.....

Real Quinn radiators sold here and just take a look at their Trustpilot rating.

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Some excellent prices here. Heat added.
Would be heat added, but found one, put it in the basket, then it came up as "Sold out". Then emptied my basket. Hmmmm.
Please let me know how you plug it ? Need some information about how it works
bess94

Please let me know how you plug it ? Need some information about how it … Please let me know how you plug it ? Need some information about how it works


they are plumbed in to your central heating...
Great, been waiting for these for ages. B&Q let me down last time. Bought two for the toilets, the Mrs will be well pleased! Cheers OP
mrwhitelabel

they are plumbed in to your central heating...


Oh thanks to replied so quickly ☺ will tell to hubby, I think he was looking for this
mrwhitelabel

they are plumbed in to your central heating...



In which case it's strange that most of the rails in this deal claim the power output in watts.....
Monkeybumcheeks

In which case it's strange that most of the rails in this deal claim the … In which case it's strange that most of the rails in this deal claim the power output in watts.....



...and that's why I never know what to get, I need a couple MBC, but I'm struggling to see which one's I need...that's why I always rely on...

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...but in saying that, if they give me a price, I'd always double check and that's why I'm a nightmare to deal with X)
Monkeybumcheeks

In which case it's strange that most of the rails in this deal claim the … In which case it's strange that most of the rails in this deal claim the power output in watts.....



Note: I'm not a physicist so don't flame me if I get this wrong. But shouldn't the correct unit used be watt-hour? I know all the plumbing merchants use BTU to describe radiator output but surely that is completely archaic for use in the UK now?
Quinn Irish Co, well known in the trade, they are the same and all Chinese.
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