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Kandor 500W Electric White Towel warmer (H)980mm (W)550mm
This electrical 500W white towel warmer does not use fluid to heat up so is perfect for bathrooms where there is no existing plumbing for radiators. It features an electronic thermostat with an easy to use LCD display and has 9 adjustable programs; including a forced running timer function of 5 minutes to 2 hours which is perfect for heating your towels whilst you're in the bath or shower.
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with Adjustable fixings
- Only fixings included
- Adjustable fixings
Features and benefits
- Technology without fluid : quick raise in temperature and no leakage risk
- Electronic thermostat with LCD display and 9 adjustable programs
- Over heat safety cut out
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
i cannot program the thing
eddieN14 - 3 days ago
this is ridiculous, i cannot see how can anyone do that! I am a programmer and can read flowcharts well, but this one is unreadable. PLEASE HELP i cannot even start!!
how can i rate the thing if i cannot even set it to work. but it does look nice on the wall
Neat, tidy does the job
Homo owner - 18 days ago
Bought this for our downstairs shower room. Easy to wire in and fit. Warms the room nicely as before it was freezing in there. As others have said, the complicated programmer let's it down. All I wanted was for it to come on at 7am and turn off at 10pm. Studied the instructions and done what I think is correct but it doesn't turn off. We now just switch it on and off manually.
Best for a small bathroom
Nsp1 - 29 days ago
Bought this even though the reviews said the programmable timer was confusing. It’s easy to install. Feels like it’s made of plastic rather than metal. Instructions say “DO NOT (in capitals) put a plug on this radiator” I did and it works ok. Has a Blue and Brown wire and needs a 13a fuse though. After 12hrs of being plugged in set to CONSTANT it’s not really that warm in the bathroom. Max output is 30 degrees. In heat terms, it’s similar to the same heat as a cup of tea. It gets to 30 degrees and I’ve confirmed this using a thermometer. My bathroom is approx 12ft square. I would say this is better suited for warming towels which I suppose is what it’s called and not for heating a bathroom unless that bathroom is a small WC or similar. Thinking of taking it back but then again, I might just leave it now I’ve drilled 4 holes in the wall.
Excellent! Great value and great heat output!
BigT01 - 3 months ago
Very happy, excellent quality, value and heat output! Don't be put off by the reviews about the complicated timer... no disrespect to the people who struggled with it, it is perhaps more complicated than it needs to be, however, spend 10 minutes reading the instructions (and don't lose them for future reference!) and spend 10 minutes programming the unit, and it works perfectly! I'm no scientist and managed to get it to turn on and off, at the desired temperature. Very happy!
Good heater - bad programme function!!
NLorimer - 4 months ago
If you don't mind switching your heater on and off manually, this one it's great. If you're looking for something programmable STEER CLEAR!
The manual for this heater is very confusing. Some things just don't make sense and it feels like there is a lot of info missing. I managed to set the time, and the various temperatures for the different modes. I managed to set the timers in Programme mode (the times is it supposed to come on and off each day). However, when i try to leave or in programme mode, it displays that it's in Eco mode (continuous low temperature). If anyone knows of a way to switch off Eco mode PLEASE LET US KNOW!! Would love for this heater to just work - ie. come on at the programmed times and not waste electricity when we're not here. Until we can figure out this issue we will have to switch on and off manually :(