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Upto 57% off Kudox premium radiators + free thermostatic valve worth £21.99 some cheaper to buy radiator than valve from £12.99 @ Screwfix
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
They say there is upto 15% off Kudox premium radiators but I have found some for upto 57% off. Get deal link takes you to all in the offer with the free Drayton thermostatic radiat… Read more

Bear in mind guys that these don't give off less heat as the standard type rads..pay a bit more and get the double vertical ones...


£12.60 here (well known plumbing centre) https://www.bes.co.uk/drayton-rt212-trv-lockshield-valve-set-15mm-23015?ref=gs&photo=true&gclid=Cj0KCQiAi57gBRDqARIsABhDSMo-dU7P0kTrC00Hz4zzkjFZqqJbyooUL6Wj5jRxfvBbLxryu7f_GfgaAn1qEALw_wcB Checking the rad prices at the local Plumbers Merchant I use (MBS in Wirral) is £34 cheaper on the 2nd rad on the webpage itself, only £4 cheaper than the first one though so the TRV would likely be better value. MBS has Kartell TRVs for £6 but don't stock Drayton, mine have beem fine. Just saying they are overselling the value of the freebie by near 100% and quite a few of the radiator rates are dog poo. Some (especially the cheaper ones from the OP) are really good prices if you need the radiator, but double check before you spend your money folks.


Only 2 left and you don't get the lockshield with that one Amazon Screwfix


Only a good deal on the really cheap rads. Check total prices before believing they are actually good value, Amazon say £9 for the TRV https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008QLU0EG/


Hi sorry for delay - we have bought 4 from this seller on eBay some 4 years ago and some early last year. Had no issue at all with them. We went for the anthracite coloured ones but remember to buy the angled valves too. They do offers on buy 2 says 15% and stuff which is what we ended up doing. ebay.co.uk/usr/kbstar2006 I'll add a picture of the one in our laundry room in a bit - they were a lot cheaper than anywhere else and I did a lot of research at the time on it. Let me know how you get on anyway :) One in my laundry room that we bought last year ^^

Towel radiator / warmer sale - prices from £7.99 for 500mm x 550mm & £12.99 for 1500 x 600mm @ Screwfix
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Just found these at Screwfix. Looks like they are having a sale on towel radiators and quite a few available for delivery and plenty of stock around for click and collect. Get dea… Read more

The white one isn't available anywhere nearby :(


none near me




Good price !


Ah, so that's why the builder who built my house put two of these in - they're THAT cheap (lol)

Futura Oil Filled Radiator 11 Fin 2.5KW 24 Hour Timer & Thermostat- £49.99 sold by Futura Direct Ltd @ Amazon
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
POWERFUL: Mineral oil fluid contained within the radiator heats up extremely fast and maintains heat over long periods of time with the heat being pushed out at a high intensity. W… Read more

I have a slightly smaller version of the model pictured (Same control panel) and one thing to note is that this timer can't be overridden if you want heat now. Due to the mechanics you can't easily push the timer pegs in at the current time so best you can do is push in the next available pegs and click the timer round a bit but of course then it won't be at the correct time. I specifically wanted one with a timer but this one does my head in and if you need a timer i'd look for one that can be overridden.


Any reason you seemingly live in a windy, damp, hovel? Seriously, either move, or pay a handy man to sort these relatively small jobs out for you. It'll be worth it. Lintels are pretty common, considering they're needed to take the weight of the wall above windows and doors. An easyish solution is to fit a longer wooden batten to the wall either side of the lintel and then fix curtain rails to that. Any reason you can't fill the gaps and insulate properly? And where is the humidity/moisture coming from? There's no reason to live in a damp home. It's really bad for your health (and possessions). And do you have gas central heating? That should be your main source of heating. Gas is 1/3 of the price of electricity typically.


I suggest you get a dehumidifier as well as a heater. Oh and you can get tacks to hammer into concrete by the way so you could put up a curtain rail


Thanks 😁 unfortunately I don't have the skill set to sort out things like that...I taped up the ventilation brick and then put cardboard over it and then memory foam and that blocks all the noise, the howling wind etc. from that side. But that is the level of work I can realistically achieve. The memory foam was just by accident as I had nowhere else to put it and discovered it blocked all the noise so happily left it there. Putting up curtains was unsuccessful even with a borrowed hammer drill, masonry bits and advice from my friends father. We hit the lintel I presume according to my friends father and could not get any further and we tried a few different spots as he suggested to try higher and lower to avoid the lintel. He also told us not to bother to drill above the front door to install a curtain rail for curtains as it sounded like solid steel above the front door and it would be too difficult. So that option is out too. We might try again with a piece of wood and construction adhesive and stick a piece of wood above the window and then drill into the wood. However none of this is going to happen anytime soon. Whenever my friend is next free to try a different approach again. We have yet to run this idea by her father to see what he thinks. I did try cardboard on some of the smaller windows after putting privacy film on some of those windows but the cardboard is now soaking wet and the film is coming away from the glass and cardboard is really difficult to cut so I didn't do the larger windows and sliding windows which are the entire length of one wall. Really don't know what else I can do that is realistic. Always looking for ideas and suggestions though. Of course I dress in thermals, layers, a hoodie and socks and have a 13.5 tog duvet with blankets and microfibre sheets.


Simply put, no significant difference. 2.5KW is 2.5kW of electricity converted to heat. Electric heaters are 100% efficient. The only difference will be features and functions and possibly build quality. Do you not have gas central heating? Why is your room so badly insulated? I'd recommend sorting that out 1st.

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Challenge 2kw oil filled radiator in white on castors with 3 heat settings & frost guard £18.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Bit of a crazy price for this considering the newer model is on sale in Argos for £49.99! £18.99 delivered with 1 year guarantee. We have a similar one in the conservatory for the … Read more

I think it was taken in Keith from the prodigy’s house - he’s a fire starter twisted fire starter


Why's the lighter fluid in the photo? Strange.


No I won't . I want to retire my old ones. Thanks for the listing.


Sorry guys all gone - Maybe @sam_of_london will sell you one of his? :D


oos :(

Mi|Home Radiator Valve (Starter Pack - Hub+3 TRV's) Clearance deal @ LEDHut £130.70
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Have been looking into smart heating for ages, but never found the right package. This will allow me to keep my current thermostat, yet control the temperatures of the rooms. Stum… Read more
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Thank you @power_Rogue that looks like a great integration (y)


What a cool idea look forward to when these are perfected and available every where.


Apparently Hive via IFTTT. I've got ST as well and found this highly rated intergration that has been created - https://community.smartthings.com/t/release-mihome-connect-v2-0-1-energenie-not-xiaomi-mihome/62385


It says in description ‘works with Nest learning thermostat’ if that helps


Does anyone know if this works with Smartthings ? Or Hive (probably not) thanks

Netatmo TRV Additional Smart Radiator Valve - £54.99 delivered £5 less than I can find anywhere else @ The Electrical Showroom
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
The Netatmo additional smart radiator valve from Starck is a simple solution to controlling your energy bill. They can be installed on multiple radiators to allow set up of multipl… Read more
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It’s in the settings.


I have netatmo. It’s very stable, and the thermostat in the living room has been running on the same set of AA’s for the last 15 months. I have just started implementing the radiator valves. Recommend


Check your settings, it needs to be comfort or they will work like a conventional trv.


Ingot mine from Maplin for about £35 each when they were shutting down, so was no brainer for me. I already had the thermostat


Aye but tempted to have another go at this price. Thanks for the info

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Honeywell Evohome HR924UK 4-pack TRV's £179.99 delivered from City Plumbing Supplies
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
City Plumbing supplies have an offer on the 4 pack of the Honeywell HR92 TRV's for use with the Evohome system. I picked these up a couple of weeks ago so confirm available to non-… Read more
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That NI posting limitation is a joke :(


Been looking for a deal on these for a while... I need 16 of them, so this looked a decent saving. Cold though (just like my house) as City Plumbing don't appear to be able to use the simple postal service to get them to N.I. :(


The Honeywell evohome controller is needed to get the best out of this system, which is another £200 or so. Each TRV talks back to the controller which makes the call for heat via a relay. If you dont need remote access this might be a bit overkill, but if you want to control individual radiators / have multiple zones set up at home then this is certainly a good option. There are Tado smart thermostats on the market now with smart TRV's and i'm sure a previous deal highlighted some bluetooth TRV's that you can individually control, so that might fit the bil. Definitely worth doing some more research based on your needs and also closely examine your existing heating controls / setup too. You may well find that your existing valves and lockshields might need to be replaced if the TRV's dont fit, which adds cost.


What else do you need for this to work? I don't need the facility to access via phone - just easy control when at home. Would I be better advised to look for something else? Are these the TRV's I'm looking for .................?


Good price, and as Mr.No said a great smart system with more option than the others. I need to link mine back with Google Home for some reason it's fallen out with it.

Mill Heat 1500W Electric Oil Filled Radiator £149.89 @ Costco
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Voted as one of the top 9 portable heaters: https://www.independent.co.uk/extras/indybest/house-garden/household-appliances/9-best-portable-heaters-8386866.html Normally retail… Read more

Thanks for the update. It is one of those deals that is great but for some unexplainable reason went cold. Appreciate you drawing my attention to it. Merry Christmas


I love it. Costco are generally good for returns if you don’t like it. I once returned an item after 6 months


Mate, this deal is still going. I'm super tempted. Did you end up buying one? Are you happy with it?


I have several oil heaters but bought for only £20 or less


Can also be used as a router for giants.

De'Longhi Nano Oil Filled Radiator for £35.98 Delivered @ Costco
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Costco Membership require for purchase. Online only Hot Buy. Product Details The De'Longhi Nano radiator has a compact design and integrated carry handles to make it ideal for … Read more

Seems very expensive for a 500w. Would struggle to heat a small room


I have three of these and they're pretty amazing for the size. Although they're only 500w they're very powerful; can easily keep a bedroom comfortable without heating the whole house. This is a great price! Many saying 'they'd struggle to heat a small room' or 'they're expensive' - neither of these are really true. In my experience they're as good as heaters of double the power due to the design as for 'expensive' well...they use far less energy than bigger, cheaper heaters so you get your money back over a season.


500w might be small but it has 2 good reviews. I may go for this. thanks OP


Home Bargains have a mini Daewoo 800w oil filled radiator for £14.99 - more heat, less cash - so gonna have to vote cold pal sorry


Only 500w, would only be good if you got a very small room..

Bathroom Towel Radiator Chrome - H 1120 x W 620mm £29.99 @ Brooklyn Trading ( plus others see post )
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
As above. Appears to be a good price. Others available too worth a look if your looking... brooklyntrading.co.uk/search?q=Towel+radiator+ Delivery is £9.99 or pick up in sto… Read more
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Think I’ll change my name to Damien lol :D


It's nearly Halloween Penny (horror) (lol) (lol) (lol)


We've had things from them before - really good company, and super helpful when we weren't sure eexactly what we needed. So no comment on the specifc deal, but a big thumbs up for the vendor!


a corner radiator :O


They must have been smoking some funny stuff when they came out with the rrp.

40% off Barlo Delta Compact Type 22 Double Panel’ Double Convector Radiator 600x1200mm was £79.98 now £47.98 @ Toolstation C&C
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
As above. Appears to be a good price compared to elsewhere, good brand. Lots of other sizes also reduced. Factory fitted top grilles and side panels. White paint finish. Supplie… Read more
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I was comparing toolstation and screwfix rads. Screwfix have Kudox premium radiators with free trv valves which worked out a little cheaper for my whole house


You probably are (excited) (cheeky)


Good deal great brand, use less water so heat up quicker than average (according to marketing claims) and so use less gas. Our experience is that we replaced whole house with Barlo branded radiators, and haven't looked back.


Not many are available for delivery anymore


What's the difference between Toolstation Barlow delta range and Screwfix Barlow compact range ?

Silvercrest 2kW Oil-Filled Radiator is Back £39.99 @ Lidl instore from Thursday 18 Oct 2018
LocalLocalFound 17th OctFound 17th Oct
I have been looking forward to this radiator. Bought two last time and absolutely brilliant quality. I hope this helps some people on here. Large radiator with 9 heating fins and… Read more
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If both heaters of same kW rating have a thermostat and were set to same temp there should be no noticeable difference in efficiency. Consider the oil-filled option will take a little longer to heat the space to the stat temp, and gradually release its accumulated heat energy for some time after it is turned off.


Make sure your timer plug is rated to take the power of the radiator. I had this problem with a more powerful 3kw heater.


You shouldn’t let small children anywhere near one of these (annoyed)


Voted hot. These are not very fast . But these are safest . No danger of catching fire like with other electrical heaters . Also very good around small children.


Also bought one last time, very happy with it, added timer plug to switch on at appropriate times.

Tado radiator valves 4 pack £158.20 @ Amazon
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
TADO - usually 59 each Have to wait a while but good value if you need 4. works out at 40 each
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Yeah mine cancelled too, had a whinge got £10,pushed it and got £20.


I just complained to Amazon, they offered me 5gbp, i asked to escalate further and they increased to 20gbp. I called it quits there, better than nothing even if frustrating


Anyone know if amazon allowed to do that once accepted your money, anything can do? Or worth a complaint?


Mine too


Odd, aren’t these current and it’s not a major discount. Cancelled mine also

1.5KW Oil Filled Radiator now £24.99 delivered w/code @ JTF
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
The weather is definitely getting colder, and this Oil Filled Radiator 1500W is great to have in the house - you can now get it for just £24.99 including delivery using code: RADIA… Read more

Was tempted to buy but after reading reviews on amazon i think ill pass (lots of people mentioning leaking oil after a month of use)

Tado smart radiator valve starter kit £99.99 Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
I have Tado. Works great. The radiator valves are good for creating “zones” within your home. Usually sell for about £50-55 each on ebay. The v3 bridge goes for around £35. At this… Read more
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I checked my valves and it does not appear that can make it show the room temperature either. I guess is only on the app.


Hello, Does anyone know if you the tado thermostat valves display what the temperature is in room physically or is it only available by opening the app? I can't seem to find a way of making it display why temperature it is on the valve I've installed in w kitchen


Note, there is now an update to this article: https://www.tado.com/t/en/updated-why-we-created-new-v3plus-products/ Essentially, they've listened to the existing customer feedback and have a new offer for existing customers. Existing customers can either stick with the old app (as before) or upgrade to the new v3+ app for a one time fee of £19.99, and this will give them a lifetime subscription to their "new" auto-assist skill, and they will not have to pay the yearly subscription as previously indicated. Only new v3+ customers will have to pay a yearly subscription. While not a perfect solution, it should go some way to appeasing some of their existing customers.


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Your start point is spend £200 without thinking

40% off Smart Home Installation Services @ Amazon - e.g. £72 for Smart Home Thermostat Replacement
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Must admit first time seeing this on Amazon, bunch of smart home installations reduced by 40%. Ideal for someone not wanting to take the risk or hassle of installing themselves. No… Read more

I couldn't agree with you more. These days I pay people to service my car and change the brake pads because I'm time poor and my wallet is a bit fatter (well, actually has something in it). That's my choice. My point above though was that it doesn't mean I don't understand what I'm getting them to do. And some of the menu prices are steep for what they are. General awareness of things and/or a willingness to at least know the basics even if you're not doing it yourself equips a person to not be ripped off by the chin-rubbing plumbers of this world. We live in a world full of more dishonest people and times of austerity. Being savvy is no bad thing and instilling that from a young age is important when it's easier to understand things you see and touch. As you grow up that then translates to wanting to understand the less tangible things, like financial products, or just generally assessing value for money.


Price and value is all relative. Example is flying. I wouldn't pay business or first class prices, but if you have the money, there's not much difference between £500 and £3000. Likewise £72 to replace a thermostat? Some would consider that pocket change and well worth not having to lift a finger and waste an hour watching YouTube DIY videos and deciphering instruction manuals.


I did say that the prices are fair for people that don't know how to do it. That includes those that choose to pay someone even if they do - that's fair enough. And I made a separate (general) point about teaching practical things in schools. What's your point? Does everyone know how to touchtype then? That should be a required skill these days too. Along with knowing how your broadband router works. These are basics in modern society. People need to be equipped for the essentials of modern life, doesn't matter if they're technically minded or inclined or not. I'm happy to be educated about the current driving test. I'd still bet there are a million numpties who don't know how to do it even though they passed that in their test.


You mean apart from it being part of the driving test which it wasn't in the past? This ridiculous ageist assumption that young people can't do anything practical and "nothing gets taught in schools anymore" is tiresome. Some people aren't practical and don't care to be, and that's fine so rather than spouting ageist assumptions why don't you try and add some constructive input?


maybe another system I'm thinking of then - I thought my mate's one was hive; I've got Tado myself - my underfloor one just uses the built-in relay, the house heating one connects to the extension kit for hot water control as well (that has the standard backplate, and requires mains coming in to power it, but can handle voltage free or mains switching via a jumper switch).

Wärme Designer Electric Wall Heater Low Energy Panel Heater Radiator - Generation 2 @Amazon with £20.00 voucher £169.95 Sold by Wärme Designer Heaters and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
I've had the first generation Wärme electric heater on my watch list for a while now & saw that it dropped to £149.00 (£144 with voucher) this week. This link is for the 2nd G… Read more
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These are designed for permanant installation- Usually you need about 100w per square metre - so you would need either 2.5kw in a single unit like an Aeroflow AF07, or two radiators at 1.25kw each like the Digiline DE50DX80. Both are Lot 20 compliant which now includes Adaptive start and Open window sensing tech. Hope this helps you out.


Could you please advise me a good economic radiator for a room 25m2? thanks in advance


The one review "do not purchase. Exploded" might be off-putting for some (lol) (lol) (lol)


Similar one here for £48 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Standing-Mounted-Convection-Heater-Remote/dp/B01K7V3VF2


Blatent Plug. This listing sounds like it was written by a child with playground understanding of heating/physics. It's a panel heater not a radiator. It's IP22 which is not Waterproof. Spend a bit more on a proper British electric heating system with Individual App control for each Radiator. You'll only save by using the timed control efficiently, and a real top of the range stat. Demo app & Radiators: https://www.electrorad.co.uk/digi-line-radiators http://clevertouch.lvi.eu/mobile/dist/#/login I like that you can set it to come on 15 minute increments for before I get up or get home and control it on the fly.

Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
High performance radiator providing exceptional heat output. 2384Btu 699W Brackets, Wall Fixings, Plug & Vent Included Factory Fitted Top Grilles & Side Panels 15 Year Man… Read more

I have fitted whole house with kudox rads when I was putting my central heating in. Two winters so far and not a problem. You need to put inhibitor in your co system to stop rust clogging your boiler. The magnetic filter is also compulsory with the new boiler to catch the crap floating in pipes


Yes I missed that sorry.


Brilliant price, these are really good quality rads.


Which if you'd read the next post you would have seen that I'd said that lol (lol)


No as per OP description "Long Life Nano-Ceramic Paint"

KUDOX FLAT BAR-ON-BAR TOWEL RADIATOR 1100 X 500MM CHROME - £44.99 @ Screwfix (free C&C)
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
KUDOX FLAT BAR-ON-BAR TOWEL RADIATOR 1100 X 500MM CHROME - £44.99 @ Screwfix (free C&C)
£44.99£119.9963%Screwfix Deals
Steel construction with a high quality, chrome-plated finish. Supplied with wall brackets, bleed plugs and fixings. 1331Btu 390W Construction 1 Year Guarantee Compatib… Read more

It's alright the one I got is v similar in design and price so should be OK. Dam. Good spot.. I ordered another for a similar price already. Annoying. Oh well.


cancel and order again....


Dam. Good spot.. I ordered another for a similar price already. Annoying. Oh well.


@musssy £44.99 now


@Chrisrules334 Now even lower price £44.99....

Kudox Towel Radiators half price from £59.98 ( was £ 119.99 ) @ Screwfix C&C
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Kudox Towel Radiators half price from £59.98 ( was £ 119.99 ) @ Screwfix C&C
£59.98£119.9950%Screwfix Deals
As above. Deal of the day, different sizes available at 50% off screwfix.com/c/heating-plumbing/designer-towel-radiators/cat831418?brand=kudox&modelname=cadiz Not sure abo… Read more
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Fake pricing, always been this. Buy them regularly.

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