This 700mm wide square-bar heated towel rail from Hotwire Heating provides the comfort of warm, dry towels in winter that your family deserves. This 130W heated towel rail has a modern design with its neat brushed nickel stainless steel bars. Designed for two hanging standard towels, one above the other. The classic structure easily complements any bathroom interior design.Read more
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Smart and Spacious Electric Bath Towel Warmer
This stylish Hotwire 700mm wide 10-bar Heated Towel Rail has square vertical bars and horizontal rails. This range also includes a built-in timer and an on/off switch attached to one of its vertical bars. Designed for two hanging standard towels, one above the other.
This electric towel warmer is durable and comes with a concealed wiring adaptor for easier operation after installation. It is also tested to be splash-proof with its IP55 rating, making it safe and suitable for spaces near the shower or bath.
Practical Heated Towel Rack with Built-In Timer
- SMART - Includes a built-in timer and an on/off switch. The colour varies to match the rail
- DURABLE - Made with 304-grade stainless steel that endures daily usage
- STYLISH - Solid horizontal bars highlight its modern design
- COMPACT - Perfect for smaller bathroom spaces. Can accommodate at least 2 towels at the same time
- QUALITY - Manufactured to international standards and has an IP55 splash-proof rating
- Dimensions: 900mm(H) x 700mm(W) x 128mm(D)
- Weight: 4.5kg
- Number of Rails: 10
- Watts: 130W
- Power: 230/240V a.c. 50 HZ
- Wiring: 1.5 metres of flex is provided. Concealed wiring components included
- Material: 304-grade stainless steel
- Finish: Brushed Nickel
- Concealed Wiring Adaptor: Included
- Running Costs Per Hr approx**: 3¢
- IP Rating: IP55 Splash-proof
- Warranty: 5-year replacement
- Compliance: Electrical safety standards AS/NZ60335.2.43:2018
** Running costs calculation is based on an electricity tariff of 25¢ per kilowatt. Check with your electricity provider on your current tariff. No responsibility is taken for the correct calculation of running costs.