...but I want over 500watts(1700 btu). The ones that fit the requirement
tend to be either massive or very clunky looking ones based around an old
fashioned looking school radiator.
I think I need one that is part radiator- part towl rail but I want a
I fitted surpisingly cheap wet rads that are chrome plated ladders etc.
The disdvantage is they are coupled to the heating timers not independent
Would this fit the bill?
"Nature does not give up the winter because people dislike the cold."
Snag with a towel rail is the output to the room varies depending on how
many towels you have on it.
Mine runs from the central heating. With no towels, it just about works to
keep the room warm. Covered with towels, forget it. So I added a rad
*One nice thing about egotists: they don't talk about other people.
Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW
I have just fitted one of these
claims to be 970W, but I will have to wait until next winter to find out
if that is enough to heat the room and dry towels.
They do a smaller one at 700W
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