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Blyss Chrome Flat Ladder Towel Radiator (H)700mm (W)400mm +  5 Yr guarantee now £27 @ B&Q
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price, plenty about for C&C and 5 year guarantee A great towel warmer not only heats your towels and bathroom, but will help to make your bathroom a warm and comfortable… Read more
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If you've got UFH then these are perfect for heating the towels. But as someone else said, this will not sufficiently heat a average bathroom.


Jacket boiled or mashed?


Be aware this is tiny as you lose 4cm on each side for the vertical bars so you have about a foot for towels.


Good price but unless your Bathroom is the size of a shoebox this will not heat the room. I've found the BTU very low on Chrome Towel Rails unless you buy a massive one. White ones is a rate comparable with normal Radiators.


Picked a couple up yesterday, nice little rads for the bathroom/kitchen

Single Panel Radiator (H)300MM (W)600MM - Supplied with wall fixings kit, bleed plugs & 15 years warranty £14 @ B&Q
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Decent for the money, good reviews and plenty of stock about for C&C. Delivery aval also but need to add P&P, ideal if buying a few bits anyway Product Information 15… Read more
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She a bit of a farter eh


Glad I could be of help.


This will put out less hot air than our lass.


Thanks. Ordered.


You’ll need to order at least six. Maybe seven to be on the safe side couple on each wall would do it.

Radiator bleed key for 0.99p @  thebathpeople @ Ebay
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Radiator bleed key for 0.99p
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Bought a radiator key at Wilko at 79p. Looks like brass.


Better get one for my dad, he’s always shouting ‘where’s my bleeding key


Where did you bring it? Can you bring one to me?


Not if you do it right!!


79p for 2 in Home Bargains...........Good quality too.

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X3 radiator airers £1.50 @ Asda
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
Pack of 3 radiator airers £1.50 - so 50p each ! Similar on Amazon £8.49 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06WV9GXJD
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Order cancelled, email to advised item OOS & item currently not available, ;( .


Don’t complain on here about condensation problems inside your house!


Oos for me adds to basket then dissappears


Thanks OP, just what I needed, bought 2 and heat added.

harris radiator roller and spare sleeve instore at Homebase for 50p
LocalLocalFound 6th MayFound 6th May
product code 594691 great handy decorating tool for painting behind radiators if you can find 1 in your local
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Lol (lol) is this supposed to be cheap lol (lol)

Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit - vertical mounting - £138 @ Amazon
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Seems like good deal at the moment direct from Amazon Control your heating with the tado° Smart Radiator Thermostats from everywhere and anytime - via app, tablet and PC. tado°… Read more

Much better deal, I've expired this one.


Not a great idea without the tado smart thermostat/timer.


Ah yes, just saw the TRVs (in the pic!). Sorry.


Agreed. Good price!


Different product but that's a great deal - just ordered one!

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HOME Moda Compact 2 Seater Leather Effect Sofa - Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee - RRP: £199.99 (Jet Black - Brown - Poppy Red - Super White) £159.99 @ Argos
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT The simple style and boxy shape of the HOME leather-effect Moda offers a fuss-free way to furnish a room. With hard-wearing foam filled seats, it's minimal desi… Read more

An amp with fake faux skin that will probably fall off!


Unlikely, if you know anything about India.


Oh my. /facepalm. That said - I don't know why anyone would buy this crap over the Ikea Klippan is beyond me.


They ain't skinning cows in India mate. Maybe you're unaware of any culture outside of your own backyard but Cows are sacred animals there.


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Vileda Express Radiator Airer £4 @ Wilkos
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
SAVE £2 The Vileda Express Radiator Airer is the ideal dryer to help you to quickly dry a small amount of laundry, leaving the floor space clear. With its drying space of 3 metre… Read more

Looks identical to the one I bought from Home Bargains last weekend for £2.99

Flat Ladder Towel Radiator White 700 x600 £9.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Wall Fixings, Plug & Vent Supplied 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee Easy to Install Powdered Surface Well Packed Wall Fixings, Plug & Vent Supplied 1 Year Manufacturer… Read more
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Rental property! lol typical words of a greedy landlord. Give them carp that will rust and break then take it out of their bond money.


Bit of a false economy these, cheap for a reason, will start to crack in 12/18 months time, and then rust starts to show. If your not fitting yourself then the cost to fit one of these being approx £40 means having to get another fitted in 2 years if you want to keep it looking good, it will soon add up. Or you fit something decent for £100 and it will last you years. But if you fit yourself, have a rental property or something your renovating to sell on then these tick the boxes as a quick fix.


is this really easy to install?


It says it's available for delivery when I click the link if that's any use?


loads in my area

Flomasta Curved Towel Radiator 700 x 600 Chrome £18.99 @ Screwfix - Free C&C
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Was £62.99 now £18.99. Wall Fixings, Plug & Vent Supplied 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee Easy to Install Construction 1 Year Guarantee Wall Fixings, Plug & Vent S… Read more
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There is one left in Northampton. Shall I go for it or not. It is quite small for two towels.


jointing compound?


We got a similar one from b&q only larger and have problems with it leaking. The seal is just a simple o ring rather than the more elaborate knuckle type joint on more expensive radiators and seems more prone to leak


Good deal


3 in Gravesend store

tado° additional Smart Radiator Thermostat - vertical/horizontal mounting - intelligent heating control with geofencing via smartphone £54 Amazon
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
his is an additional product of the tado° Starter Kits. You can add additional Smart Radiator Thermostats to your setup to control multiple radiators and zones independently from o… Read more

Understandable doubting the value of the TRVs given the price. That said, it all depends on individual circumstances too. Thermostat alone (for me) was only a small piece of the jigsaw. True efficiency and convenience came when I replaced all the TRVs (7 of them) because now, only the ones I need come on whilst others don't waste energy. I have different schedules for zones or particular rooms. So during the day, upstairs remains at say 18 degrees whilst livingroom / downstairs is set to 22 since we barely go upstairs except to sleep! Bedroom also gets pre-heated to be at 22 degrees by 9pm so we're warm when going up stairs. Now, the thing is, I got the TRVs between £35-45 each through various discounts and at different times so it hasn't felt like a big deal. I'd definitely think twice about forking out the whole lot in one go, especially at £60 each! Still a decent discount here, thanks for sharing OP.


i have the tado thermostat and it is great. justification of the smart TRV - I'm not so sure, they are very expensive and its not like a house only needs one or two.


Not that huge a deal (original £59). If you need two or four, check out the 2pack or 4pack offer that Tado have on their official website at the moment.

Pro-Elec Heaters Price Drop: 11-Fin Oil-Filled Radiator, 2.5kW, 2500W, Black @ CPC Farnell for £32.38 Delivered (Others In OP)
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
The 2.5kW was £34.20 (inc VAT) previously https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pro-elec-11-fin-oil-filled-radiator-25kw-2500w-white-or-black-cpc-farnell-for-3420-delivered-2885404… Read more
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I'm guessing CPC dug more out of the warehouse, there's 2 in stock showing now.


No longer stocked.


I only have very minimal experience of Oil Radiators but boyf uses them in his house (all electric cos he's in the Highlands and they don't get gas!!). I found 1.5kW kept the living room "comfortable" but I'd probably have needed a higher heat output - my flat isn't even that big. I paid flippin' £30 for it because I was desperate and carried it home from Morrisons a few hours after my boiler had its death warrant issued (always happens in winter, doesn't it)! :p


Overall heat output is exactly the same for both, heat up and cool down times differ as mentioned. Oil filed ones have a couple of advantages though... With convection heaters you sometimes get the burning smell where dust has settled on the exposed heating element. Some say convection heaters dry the air more. That element exposure would probably make it unsuitable for where kids are about as they're more likely to drop something inside or cover it with something, so you could argue that oil filled is a little safer.


The only difference is that this will take 5+min to produce heat and 5+min to cool down. When this eventually leakes the oil may ruin your carpet. Oh and this is a lot heavier.. which will also ruin a carpet (flirt)

2 X SOLID BRASS RADIATOR BLEED KEYS  - get rid of those cold areas at the top of your radiators - 1.09p eBay /  Smart-Plumbing
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Not a lot you can say really. Radiator keys, 2, one to replace the one you'll inevitably lose. Brass. 2 positive reviews and 1 critical, but the critical review is actually a po… Read more

Isn't that just the everyday story of HUKD? :(


I think qbs is not getting any at the moment. (shock)


Loving all the anger and passive aggression about 50 pence radiator keys (lol)


I'm always willing to learn (y) Which specific zinc alloy is harder/stronger than brass?


I've got brass bleed screws. Just saying.

tado Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit £129.99 reduced from £179.99 @Very (2 TRVs and 1 bridge) (works with Alexa)
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
I think this is the cheapest it has been I dont know whether it is v3 or not but I guess it is Horizontal TRV link: https://www.very.co.uk/tado-smart-radiator-thermostat-starter… Read more
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Now £179.99. Needs more clicks to expire.


I don’t pay any subscription costs!?


Maybe you want to mention the hidden subscription costs for geofencing hm? Seems tado are not too proud of it so they try to hide it as much as possible.


Nice to see that these 'designer' nonsense 'smart' heating control manufacturers are finally coming round to the wireless zoning concept pioneered by Honeywll Evohome several years ago, eh?


No it won't tell Nest to start the boiler. It will just regulate the heat in the radiator while nest tells the boiler to run. Might be able to use or create an applet on IFTTT to make it work with a smart thermostat other than the tado thermostat.

TADO Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit - Vertical/Horizontal £138/£139 after £40 off @ Currys and Ebay Currys (vertical only) (works with Nest and Hive)
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Same price at Amazon: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tado-smart-radiator-thermostat-starter-kit-horizontal-139-amazon-2913311 I thought this would be useful for those that ha… Read more

Looks like quite a dirty solution. It that case, why just not add Tado Thermostat (to control the boiler directly) for approximately £95-100 and have a clean setup?


I beg to to differ. Like I said they can be connected via 3rd party such as IFTTT. I know for fact that smart TRVs like Tado, Energinie etc. Can via IFTTT request the nest thermostat to call for heat.


No, as Tado TRV would not be able to request heat from Nest. I know what they are, as I have full Tado setup.


I highly rate Tado over Hive or Nest. It's more suited to larger homes tho, we have Tado TRVs in every room and have saved £££s by only heating the rooms that need it at certain times of the day; bedrooms at night, kitchen & breakfast room in morning, games room, living room, dining room in evening etc. The TRVs also report the Humidity which is handy in the bathrooms - using IFTTT you could trigger an extractor fan to come on for example rather than run it constantly with a light switch.


It's not the same thing. These are TRVs ,using them would give you zone control. As for working with Nest or Hive, you just like the 2 "eco systems" like you would with most other IoT systems.

tado° Smart Radiator Thermostat Starter Kit Horizontal - £139 @ Amazon
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Amazon have reduced this from £179 to £139. Will work best with tado smart thermostat but there is no need to have the tado thermostat as it will work with Hive, Nest and any other… Read more
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Because the tado thermostat is an extra expense and this is a site for hot deals i.e. bargains. It isn't much of a bargain if you need to shell out for something else which, if you own a hive or a nest, you already have. Therefore the statement is valid, but I will accept i should have stated "any" from the start.




Yes, and will be fine in a flat with communal boiler. But if you have your own boiler, why not get a Tado thermostat as well. I was just saying, that "works with Nest or Hive" is a wrong statement.


I don't think this works with hive or nest. They are competing proprietary systems. These trvs control the hot water flow to your radiators. They depend on your boiler receiving the signal to pump hot water. If the boiler is not pumping hot water and the trv valve open, the radiator doesn't get hot as no hot water is flowing. So if you use nest/hive, and nest/hive tells the boiler to stop circulating hot water (because the temp is reached), tado trvs won't know that. For these trvs to work well, I think you also need the tado thermostat (wired to boiler directly) or tado extension kit (which is wired to boiler, and receives on/off command for heating water from trvs).


If you were to buy Tado starter kit with 2 TRV's (vertical or horizontal), I think it would make sense just to buy Tado thermostat for £99 and sell Nest on Ebay. (check on Tado website what configuration you need.)

A brilliant price mini designer radiator - ACUTE MIRROR CHROME TOWEL RADIATOR (H)420MM (W)600MM £59 @ B&Q
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Just purchased one of these, fantastic little towel rad for the downstairs toilet, excellent price for a branded designer rad,
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totally agree


Picture looks nice with no pipes coming off it, Don't think it would look very attractive with two copper pipes going up/down the wall, unless you have a false wall, Like FraankMorrison above said the one in screwfix is a better deal and will give out more BTUs


This one is pitacs designer rad not the cheap import stuff...


My pipes come out of the floor, so it would cost quite a bit to get them hidden for this. Better with a tall standing one.


500 x 600 towel rad is £30 in screwfix

Good price on steel panel -  22 Double Panel Premium Universal Radiator £110 @ Wickes
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Buy two double panel for 110 in wicks, good quality good price.
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This is actually a reasonable deal, however, as ever it depends on the height and width dynamics when taken with the heating requirements. For example, if you look at Brooklyn Trading they do not have a type 22 radiator of this size available. The nearest is 1000 x 400 at a cost of £23.99 which appears amazing value. The rub though is the heat output. The Wicks panel has a BTU/h of 7958 which is significantly higher than the Brooklyn panel which is 4517.


Bought Wickes pack 10 rad valves 20 years ago 7 out of the pack leaked so never bought any of their plumbing stuff since with the exception of copper pipe :S


Wickes radiators aren't good quality. That's why the guarantee is $#*%


When I bought my radiators from Wickes 5 years ago, they had a Myson label on the fins, so could still be the case that they are made by Myson.


That's a terrible price, Brooklyn traders is much cheaper

White\ chrome angled TRV 15mm x 1\2 " Thermostatic Radiator Valve £4.99  @ Screwfix
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Was £7.29 now £4.99 thermostatic radiator valve ( TRV ) Trade rated ,bi - directional body,liquid sensor,compression connection.
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Had mine a few years, only issue I found, they adjust themselves...I have noticed with heating ON,and you adjust them, you can see the knob VERY slowly rotate, maybe only one number, then it stops, strange..


Anyone know if these are the plumbers ones. I renewed all mine in 2004 to 2005 with ERA type. I have had a few fail and all with the same problem. The plastic internals break and the top drops off. Happened to 4 of mine and all failed in a matter of weeks which was odd yet the other 6 are fine. I couldn't get the original one but the plumsure ones from B and Q fit ok. Will see how long these last.


Just put this on a radiator in my house, annoyingly and loudly whistles when near the thermostat temperature.


I got these some time ago. They are mainly metal except the top which contains sensor. No problem with tightening etc but they do get stuck from time to time leaving your room freezing cold. They not truly bidirectional.


This looks very similar to the one recently put on my rental place. The screw-fastener on the underside of the dial loosens itself off when it gets even anywhere near tight. Plastic fitting internals etc. just let go and it pops off. PITA to adjust because of this - as it can never be tight enough to never budge on twist. Wouldn't recommend.

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