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Blyss Wickham Vertical Designer Radiator, White (W)480mm (H)1800mm
Discover our stylish range of high quality designer radiators, specially developed to blend in with the interior of your home. A great designer radiator should match the style of interior, whether that be minimal and understated, an ultra-modern contemporary, or a more timeless traditional style. All of our designer radiators have been crafted to a high quality, and many feature state-of-the-art technology.
- Guarantee - 5 years
- Only fixings included
- Supplied with brackets, plug, vent and wall fixings
Features and benefits
This vertical radiator is highly efficient in terms of heat output and convection and works perfectly in both period and modern interior schemes. High panel radiator provides big volume of heating output, and adds a sense of comfort and luxury to your bathroom experience
- Use the product as a decorative item for your room. Provides an alternative source of heat in the bathroom and helps prevent mould
- Features a beautiful, high-quality paint coating
|Maximum operating temperature||110°C|
|Standard||BS EN 442, ISO 9001|
|Wall to centre (with standard bracket)||51mm|
|Number of sections||1|
Good product, instructions could be better.
roobalob - 1 month ago
The radiator itself is well built, quality finish.
The fixtures-screws-bolts are poor quality and will round off easily.
The instructions could be better in terms of specifying measurements for the mounts.
Not a quality product
Littleplumbco - 1 year ago
Hung one of these rads today for a customer. Quality is poor. Nasty rough surface finish which marks very easily. Bracket centres are an irregular measurement and the brackets themselves are fiddly. Stands off the wall a long way.
ok could be better
GraJohn - 2 years ago
I bought this the other week I have hung it on the wall thought that the brackets were below par and my thought was that if someone walking by slipped on the floor and grabbed hold of the radiator to stop them selves from falling, in my eyes could end up with the radiator on top of them .
answer was to make two more identical brackets and fitted them upside down on the top rail to stop the radiator from coming out of the bracets shame that the makers couldn't see the possible downfall
As far as heating goes have not yet piped it up
Instructions were not very good at all ie. distance between the the brackets