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Blyss Towel Radiator 1200 x 600mm Chrome (Was £54.99) Now £39.99 at Screwfix
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Seems a really great price for this larger Blyss Towel Radiator. It measures 1200 x 600mm and the Chrome will match most bathrooms, customer reviews are good too. The same item i… Read more
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jeti920th Feb

Good point Patrick, any recommendations?


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DE4L3R20th Feb

just looked at the prices of stainless steel , i think id'd rather pay …just looked at the prices of stainless steel , i think id'd rather pay twice with these. lol


Stainless steel always tend to kick out more heat too.
Mines rusted.

Its just a short lived product. Soon will look horrid and a hassle to replace.
Great price +. But insufficient output to heat the room
mlunadia49 m ago

These 2 Kudox seem quite a good price for stainless steel Lugana …These 2 Kudox seem quite a good price for stainless steel Lugana https://www.installershub.co.uk/?s=Lugana&post_type=product&type_aws=true


Thanks
1800 x 600 Curved Radiator £98.39 at Travis Perkins
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28/02/2018Expires on 28/02/2018Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Been looking for one for days cheapest I can find for this siz 5 year garuntee straight version also available but cheaper at 95.99 free delivery offer available until the 28th Feb
Heat added .. is what I would say when I install these.
Sorry I will go now.
BTU output is fairly low for such a size. 2010 BTU/h
Buy white not chrome. White pushes the heat out more, chrome retains
finch4015 m ago

I can afford to when stainless steel ones this size are £500 if you know …I can afford to when stainless steel ones this size are £500 if you know where there £200 I'd appreciate the link


Everybody is different I'd rather pay more money for Stainless Steel and I did as I'd already bought a Chrome one without realising it would rust and the Plumber advised buying a SS one so I did.

I was only putting it out there as many people don't realise they rust.
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Domthedonkey9 m ago

But you will have to buy two in the end when this rusts and looks a mess …But you will have to buy two in the end when this rusts and looks a mess and needs replacing,it's false economy.


I can afford to when stainless steel ones this size are £500 if you know where there £200 I'd appreciate the link
10% off Towel Radiators with Code @ B&Q
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26/02/2018Expires on 26/02/2018Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Enter the code at the checkout to get 10% Blyss White Flat Ladder Towel Warmer (H)700mm (W)500m m 10% off any towel radiator £70 £63 with Code
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Goto screwfix. They are cheaper....
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HUGE Savings on Radiators and DIY products at brooklyn trading
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Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
HUGE saving on Radiators and DIY Products Radiators from as little as £13.99!! Saving up to 90% of the RRP Great Customer Reviews If you're thinking of redecorating might be ide… Read more
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Radiators are New. Shipping seems to be the issue with dents etc but great service. I continue to use.
It might be worth knowing that Screwfix are giving away a free thermostatic radiator valve and lockshield with every Kudox radiator including their £20 radiator.
I have used them multiple times. Have to agree that it is a little bit hit and miss. I have received the right and perfedtky good items, the wrong items and damaged items. They have replaced before now without quibble. However, some of those items were damaged as well. Saying that, for the very cheap price I was willing to run the risk.
So, overal message is; bit hit and miss, they will replace where necessary, maybe not buy if you are in a hurry to fit, very cheap prices.
It's a retail shop just outside Manchester .it's full of end of line discontinued stock .Some bargains to be had last time I looked but a lot of diy stuff is more expensive than toolstation and screwfix .If buying online you will have usual redress on damaged faulty goods.
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Best Heating: Milano Compact - Type 21 Double Panel Plus Radiator - 400mm x 1200mm £50 then get discounts + cashback = potentially £44.65 delivered
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Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
Thought I'd flag up this company as they delivered this to me super quick and the price was good after discounts & cashback. 5% = BHAPR165. 10% = NEWYEAR10 (over £200) or 10% w… Read more
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Bathroom Towel Radiator White - H 730 X W 450mm - £18.99 delivered @ Brooklyn Trading
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Apparently i've been made a list of 'things to-do' around the house and one of them is to smarten up the bathroom (YAY) - been on the look out for a bathroom towel radiator and thi… Read more
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Keep in mind that these smaller towel radiators are almost always used to supliment an existing radiator and not to keep a room warm. Something that is extra important in a bathroom with it generally being a damp area.

A typical 3x2meter bathroom needs around 1600 btu to heat, This towel radiator provides less than 1000, so if you're going to use this to replace an existing traditional radiator do try to ensure that it's going to produce enough heat for the room and not just your enough to keep your towels warm.

Unless you're lucky enough to have exact size replacement for your existing radiator, it's probably not going to cost you anything additional to plumb this towel radiator next to your existing radiator.
got this one from screwfix and it looks lovely on the wall had it in for a month now and no stains etc from having towels on it FLOMASTA FLAT LADDER TOWEL RADIATOR CHROME only £26.89 reduced from £131.99 and good reviews going back a way too.
Nothing says "Travelodge" like a white towel rail. Eww.
They look great, but are a bugger to clean and wipe any condensation off. I obsessively clean the one in my bathroom. Great price tho
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Flomasta Flat Ladder Towel Radiator Chrome 700 x 400mm 176W 601Btu Save £105.10! Free C&C £26.89 at  Screwfix
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
I'm actually looking for an electric towel rad myself but noticed this regular one with 79% off at screwfix saving £105.10. Seems to be a fair few around for C&C Steel constr… Read more
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It's a bit on the small side for a towel warmer
I have one of these in my kitchen and it's more of a towel warmer than a radiator. Doesn't provide much (if any) warmth to the room.
I had a chrome bathroom rad but it rusted fairly quickly. Ended up paying a considerable amount more for a stainless steel one which has been perfect. Once you factor in the cost of someone to install it (if you’re not au fait with plumbing and welding), I think it’s worth paying the premium for stainless steel.
moob5 h, 39 m ago

600 btu - not going to give out much heat, be warned




Especially once it is insulated by a towel.
moob3 h, 12 m ago

600 btu - not going to give out much heat, be warned


These things couldn’t even warm ice!
Termo Teknik Type 22 Double Panel Premium Compact Radiator - £29.99 C+C @ Wickes
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Fitted top grill, 10 year warranty, best in market from what I can see
The thing that’s made me laugh is that when someone else has called you out for another of your ignorant ‘no such thing’ claims, you’ve claimed to be a plumber instead - hotukdeals.com/dea…443

What’s it tomorrow Mr Benn? Car mechanic? Carpenter?

I see you’re still yet to ackowledge that there is such a thing as a combi with f and e, despite the 24CDI-based facts being right in front of your eyes. I’ll not hold my breath, and I’ll stick to people who actually know their stuff rather than some mouthy handyman who thinks that if he hasn’t seen it, it doesn’t exist
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Get back to pushing pens you two
RichardDouglas1 h, 8 m ago

I’m a heating enigneer ( …I’m a heating enigneer


There's hope for everyone.
RichardDouglas56 m ago

I’m a heating enigneer ( …I’m a heating enigneer


You may well be. But you're not an engineer.
qbs22 h, 20 m ago

Before I changed my radiators and zone valves, I posted on a couple of …Before I changed my radiators and zone valves, I posted on a couple of websites populated by "experts". The Dick could well be one of the know-it-alls from there, who clearly knew very little. I ended up doing everything the way I intended from the start, totally ignoring their "advice". Took a while, primarily because the walls are dodgy and the old rads were imperial, but no disasters as foretold by the "experts".


I’m a heating enigneer
Radflek free radiator reflectors 1,000 packs available throughe their website at 12:30pm on Thursday 1st February 2018.
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You'll need to be hot on the heels of this freebie to bag one of 1,000 packs of two radiator reflectors. The sheets reflect heat back into the room from the rear of your radiator t… Read more
I got mine through the post today and now fitted, brilliant things and my rooms feel much more comfortable, I only fitted them at noon!! Thanks Radflek and OP!!
gaz12716th Feb

for those that were lucky enough to win , has any one recieved their free …for those that were lucky enough to win , has any one recieved their free pack yet?


No not yet, they said it might take up to 28 days for them to dispatch it and I think they will then email you to confirm that.
for those that were lucky enough to win , has any one recieved their free pack yet?
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Dear lynsey,

Thanks for taking part in the MoneySavingExpert.com Radflek promotion. Congratulations on being one of the lucky 1,000!

This is an email to confirm your order for a FREE 2 sheet pack was successfully placed. Your order information is below:-
Tado smart thermostat radiator valves  £54 @ Amazon
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Reduced from £59 to £54. Not a great saving but at least it is something off.
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The Tado system is brilliant. I kitted out our entire house after a full renovation (11 radiators). A bit of splurge, I know, but it regulates the temperature so well in every room.

The only gripe is that in bedrooms, you do hear the motor whirring as it closes and opens valves. It doesn't wake me up at night or detract from my sleep, but for lighter sleepers it might.
Useful if you have the Tado system already. Shame I bought our second one only the other day!

Even at this cost, I wouldn't kit the whole house out, we're just using them in the 3yo's and newborns room to keep temperature regulated nicely.
KTF4 h, 7 m ago

I Is it £20 off the price on the tado website as the referal system they …I Is it £20 off the price on the tado website as the referal system they have is only for the kits?


Hi, its £40 off for a kit, unfortunately I thought we both got £20 but its better than that, I get the full £40.
Its not such a good deal for you after all
Someone turn the heat up please...it's getting cold in here.
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bilbob1 h, 36 m ago

2 £20 each unit or a pack? And £20 off what price?



Is it £20 off the price on the tado website as the referal system they have is only for the kits?
Thermokraft 600mm x 600 mm type 11 single panel compact radiator £18 INSTORE @ homebase
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
Home base they have a Thermokraft 600mm x 600 mm single panel compact radiator is type 11 its £18 not available online is an INSTORE only deal.
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CrazyBob35 m ago

It is a good price for just the radiator, but if you need a TRV and …It is a good price for just the radiator, but if you need a TRV and Lockshield then Screwfix are including them free.


Suppose it comes down to choice and whether its worth the extra £12 ish at screwfix to get them free. Just thought for the price it was good if you had other parts anyway,I'm female what do I know ha
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 29th Jan
It is a good price for just the radiator, but if you need a TRV and Lockshield then Screwfix are including them free.
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Pro-Elec 11-Fin Oil-Filled Radiator, 2.5kW, 2500W, White Or Black @ CPC Farnell for £34.20 Delivered
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Worth a repost as I've recently received a CPC catalogue with a cheaper price? Whilst I type, the wind is howling where I am.... This is listed as a "New" addition to their websit… Read more
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dudeonline6th Feb

Sorry pressed cold by accident! I bought one arrived today. Seems good. …Sorry pressed cold by accident! I bought one arrived today. Seems good. Got everything I need 3 power settings, thermostat. I have it controlled by my echo dot. Arrived quick.


What are you using to control with a Dot?
How expensive are these to run? I could do with something to boost my conservatory during the winter.
Sorry pressed cold by accident! I bought one arrived today. Seems good. Got everything I need 3 power settings, thermostat. I have it controlled by my echo dot. Arrived quick.
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cracking deal
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bankbandit4 h, 3 m ago

What's the model number of this delonghi dragon, please. A link will be …What's the model number of this delonghi dragon, please. A link will be appreciated too.


amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00CA1T07G/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1517254562&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=de%27longhi+dragon+4&dpPl=1&dpID=41VnzM4pzIL&ref=plSrch

Price has gone up since I bought mine unfortunately. but the Delonghi dragon is an amazing heater imho + 10year Warranty
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Programmable Radiator Thermostat heads to 'zone' your heating - four for £41.62 (£10.40 each) from Amazon.de
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Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
£18.93 is Amazon UK price These solve the problem, if your house has single-zone heating with 'dumb' thermostatic radiator valves, of how to economically time-control individual r… Read more
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Thanks for a brilliant post you've really helped me out. It took a while to fiddle with these so they fitted my rads but once fitted they work great. This is a much more cost effective (and equally effective) solution than a fancy pants zone system with bluetooth.
gwapenut28th Jan

How noisy are these? I looked into them a little while ago but concluded …How noisy are these? I looked into them a little while ago but concluded from reviews that they would be too noisy for the bedroom of a light sleeper


I know what you mean, the trick is to get them to turn off when your not sleeping e.g. in the day when you are downstairs. Also co-ordinate this with your boiler thermostat.
Just installed number 1, had to use the adaptor, which then created a void so got error f2 (too much distance) after much fannying about, used the other part of the adaptor to load with 5p pieces to "bridge the gap" and now testing the timing functions.

You should expect an additional 35p per unit if you're in my situation
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Ordered 6 of these. Assuming you can just remove them as and when if you want to tinker with them, rather than having to program them in situ?
Bought the bluetooth version of this on Prime day as an experiment.

They well made and my single one was easy to fit as I had British Gas (Drayton I think) TRVs

App is OK, saves grovelling on the floor to program the device. I have set it up once and left it (so far) so not 100% sure that the app/bluetooth is worth it.

The only downside I have found during research and use:

> These are binary TRV's - rads are on or off. Other more expensive ones are variable. Not sure how much difference this will make as far as temperature regulation. It is installed in a bedroom so, for me, precise regulation isn't much of an issue. The fact that I can have this room heating separately to the other rooms is already a big benefit.

> No central monitoring. The app and bluetooth are only really and good for configuring the device.

For the price, this is a no brainer if you want to have basic control over rooms that are not used much.

For me, off of the back of my little experiment, I am looking at upgrading to the Drayton Wiser system. Much more functional than these TRVs, but more money. Nowhere near as expensive as the Honeywell Evohome stuff tho'
De'Longhi Dragon 4 Electronic Timer Oil Filled Radiator TRDS4 1025E, 2500 W - White - £109 at Amazon
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Was 119.99 when i last posted.
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Bought this last year from amazon and its great heater. Works well in out conservatory - keeps it nice and warm .
Decided to order another. And found out my current Dyson air heater had a product recall on it when I did a comparison online so thanks for posting
My mum has one, excellent heater with loads of clever functions. Very sturdy and moves around smoothly on it's castors.
GDB22221 h, 44 m ago

These cost exactly the same amount to run as any other 2.5 kw electric …These cost exactly the same amount to run as any other 2.5 kw electric heater. They put out exactly the same amount of heat. A standard convector costs around £20, so why buy one of these?


Your point is valid but I would buy as it retains heat longer and also safer, you can hang washing over it. For £50 you can get a 2kw easy but not from a big brand.
Edited by: "JeffsterRule" 18th Jan
Good price as I payed 135 not long ago
De'Longhi Dragon 4 Electronic Timer Oil Filled Radiator TRDS4 1025E, 2500 W - White. Amazon
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Seems to be the cheapest available.
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I bought this for £149.. good if you’ve small room to heat else avoid. Their cable is also small so better to avoid..
you_gotta_be_kidding1 h, 15 m ago

£79.99 in store at Costco for the 2kw one


I can't see that online on Costco. Is it in store deal? At Costco 2kw going for £125
I bought this last week at that price and its a great price. Best heater ever. very happy with it. Heat added
The model with the manual timer is available for about £30 less. Everything else about it seems to be the same

Manual timer version
Cold radiators?  2 decent quality solid brass very well reviewed radiator keys (sent Royal Mail, First Class) 99p delivered eBay / bedbustersuk
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Sort out those radiators with the cold tops to them: 2x Solid Brass Radiator Keys (excellent quality - see reviews) Fast Free Delivery - Royal Mail, First Class … Read more
Cyrus27th Dec

last time I checked it was very low green. I dont know how to increase it …last time I checked it was very low green. I dont know how to increase it ...


There should be a "filling loop" usually underneath the boiler if it's a combi, if you've got a tank then it might be near that. It's a flexible hose with a valve at each end. Top up the pressure by turning on both valves. 1 to 1.5 bar is plenty so don't go crazy
jsoap26th Dec

Might be hydrogen.


Shut up
agarioDZclan11 h, 4 m ago

Probably a leak somewhere. Have you checked the pressure lately?



last time I checked it was very low green. I dont know how to increase it ...
Cyrus18 h, 13 m ago

hot. I have to keep bleeding my bleedin' radiators because they keep …hot. I have to keep bleeding my bleedin' radiators because they keep getting air-pockets in them. Anyone know why this could be?


Check the boiler bar pressure.
bemad2 h, 21 m ago

I'm having a problem with just one radiator in our system.It sounds like …I'm having a problem with just one radiator in our system.It sounds like trickling water inside the radiator. And whilst it heats up it is cold to the touch all the way down on one side (rather than just cold at the bottom and hot at the top). The other side is red hot.Anyone have a clue what is happening "inside"?


Needs bleeding
Cat Radiator Bed only @Homebargains Was 12.99, now £4.99 @ Home Bargains
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Great price for the winter who has cats hope this helps
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DAMNOME12 h, 46 m ago

These are always £5 in homebargains....


miaaaaaow!
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Nothing better than a warm ginger pussy
davek15 m ago

Mine fit in ok.These are always £4.99 - have bought two quite recently.



Yes but they can’t stretch out. The fabric on ours did stretch over time. I then cut the metal at the front and added a piece of 12mm copper pipe to re-tighten, which had the benefit of making it longer
Geemac8 h, 12 m ago

These are too small for cats more for kittens.


Mine fit in ok.

These are always £4.99 - have bought two quite recently.
Great for defrosting the Christmas turkey...
De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator with Timer, 2.5 KW - £90 @ John Lewis
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Not seen this model as cheep as this for a while, Amazon have also price matched but there are those who would prefer to buy through John Lewis given the choice
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MynameisM21 m ago

This seems very expensive what's so special about this one vs the cheaper …This seems very expensive what's so special about this one vs the cheaper ones out there.


There are cheaper alternatives to most products on sale an i'm sure if I saw a good deal on a Mercedes you could say they are often unreliable and what's wrong with buying a cheaper Renault, "Iv'e had one years and has never broke down" and all that, This radiator is cheaper than it has been, That's all I'm saying
This seems very expensive what's so special about this one vs the cheaper ones out there. Seems these aren't very reliable if someone on this post says they had one damage there carpet within 2 years bought one of these oil filled radiators about 15 years ago for around 20 quid still going fine is there any improvements in technology seems not if they still use such large amounts of energy to heat up.
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linhang901 h, 7 m ago

Vax one only cost £19.99 delivered. Hmmmm but thats only 1.5kw


There's another Vax which is linked to above. 2.5 kW with fan. £40.
Vax one only cost £19.99 delivered. Hmmmm but thats only 1.5kw
Kenneth1311 h, 27 m ago

Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more …Oh no doubt about it, De'longhi is the better company and the rad is more thermally efficient, so I can tell anyway from reviews. Like I said it's all going to come down to budget and what it's to be used for.


All electric heaters are equally (100%) efficient. Physics.
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