Duratherm Curved Chrome Heated Towel Rail 1200mm x 450mm - 942 BTUs
As the UK seems to be constantly engulfed in cold weather all year round, heated towel rails like the Duratherm are becoming more and more popular in households all over the country. Having a soft, warm towel waiting for you after a shower or bath can change washing from a boring, tiresome experience into something you look forward to. A Duratherm towel rail will have you saying "so long" to those freezing cold mornings whilst also making your bathroom look that bit more elegant and stylish.
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NB. Valves are NOT included
|Heating Element Included?||Yes|
|Number of Pipes||17|
|Fuel Type||Dual Fuel|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DUELTRAIL10|
£59.98 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £129.97 Save £69
More than 50 Available
Pros: Very elegant and modern
I'm delighted with it. It looks great in my remodelled shower room, and heats beautifully.
Pros: Stylish item!
Cons: None so far
Great value for money, looks good and works well. Highly recommended.
Pros: Very good price,easy to fit and it was delivered in 3 days.
I bought this towel rail to replace my old one,this one was the cheapest I could find and I am happy with this item at such a low price.
Good product - our customer is pleased - what more can we ask for?
Pros: and excellent service and delivery from Plumbworld, cost , effective , style
This towel rail replaced one of the same size but the curved effect makes it much easier to place towels through.
It was far cheaper than the towel rail it replaced too
Pros: good quality
got this on a sale purchase, good quality and robust
Pros: Element is cased in a stainless steel jacket, other elements I've fitted haven't been and do not last as long.
As advertised, slim, tidy product, works as expected.
Pros: Value for money. Simplicity.
Not all towell rail heating elements are the same! Two previously installed by a plumber have burned out and so I decided to do this replacement myself.
When I dismounted and flushed out the radiator I discovered why it had packed up. It was full of black gunge fom previous meltdowns from elements that, to me, were overpowered. The key, I am sure, is to use the lowest wattage element compatible with the size of the rad. Not only is it cheaper to run but you don't want a towell rail that scorches passing skin!
I have bought this bit of kit before from Plumbworld for another radiator and it has worked flawlessly for the last 5 years so I have good hopes it will be a repeat performance.
The build quality looks good for a no-frills piece of kit and the price is a third of many others on the market. Value for money? A definite 'yes.'