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Bathroom Towel Radiators | Heated Towel Rails | Designer Towel Radiators

ADIGE Towel Radiators is the UK's leading bathroom radiator specialist. Established in 2004, we offer high quality products all of which are manufactured to European EN442 standards. With over 10 years of experience, we also offer expert advice, technical help and guidance to all our customers and web site visitors.

Our recently updated and feature pack web site is now even easier to navigate and find stunning designer towel radiators, narrow, wide and practical heated towel rails or high heat output vertical radiators. You may browse and shop by width, height or Btu and apply filters to find the perfect radiator for your bathroom.

If you require further information or advice on our products, please call our friendly and expert customer service team or send us an email with your enquiry.

530/860mm Stainless Steel Electric Towel Rail

530mm wide and 860mm high stainless steel electric Towel Rail with 110 Watt - 374 BTU/h Fixed Power
£99.99 ex. VAT
£80.00 ex. VAT

650/520mm Electric Towel Rail in Chrome

600mm wide and 520mm high electric towel rail in chrome with 120 Watt - 408 BTU/h Electric Only Fixed Power
£99.99 ex. VAT
£89.99 ex. VAT

AMALIA 675/960mm Traditional Column Radiator

675mm wide and 960mm high chrome plated traditional style built-in white column radiator with 1134 Watt - 3868 BTU/h @ Delta 60.
£249.99 ex. VAT
£199.99 ex. VAT

ARTEX 500/900mm Chrome Flat Designer Towel Radiator

500mm wide and 900mm high chrome curved tube on tube designer towel radiator with 546 Watt - 1862 BTU/h @ Delta 60.
£199.99 ex. VAT
£169.99 ex. VAT

CARLITA 485/1800mm Flat Panel Aluminium Radiator - White

405mm wide and 1800mm high rounded rectangular aluminium white powder painted flat panel radiator with 3029 Watts - 10337 BTU/h @ Delta 60.

£294.99 ex. VAT

CASCIA 240/1800mm Designer Bathroom Radiator - Vertical Chrome

CASCIA 240/1800mm high vertical chrome plated square-tubed designer bathroom radiator with 816 Watts - 2774 BTU/h @ Delta 60.

£224.99 ex. VAT

KOCA 500/1200mm White Curved Designer Towel Radiator

500mm wide and 1200mm high white curved tube on tube designer towel radiator with 1017 Watt - 3471 BTU/h @ Delta 60.
£164.99 ex. VAT
£159.99 ex. VAT

MEOT 500/800mm Rectangular Tube Designer Towel Radiator

500mm wide and 800mm high rectangular tubed chrome plated flat towel radiator with 496 Watt - 1693 BTU/h @ Delta 60.
£144.99 ex. VAT
£119.99 ex. VAT

POLIFEMO 500/1200mm Designer Towel Radiator

500mm wide and 1200mm high chrome vertically curved tubes with flat horizontal tube designer towel radiator with 459 Watt - 1567 BTU/h @ Delta 60.
£199.99 ex. VAT
£179.99 ex. VAT

SAHLA 500/1600mm Square Tube Chrome Flat Towel Radiator

500mm wide and 1600mm high square tubed chrome plated ladder style flat towel radiator with 1032 Watt - 3522 BTU/h @ Delta 60.
£249.99 ex. VAT
£219.99 ex. VAT

Great Quality Bathroom Towel Radiators, Heated Towel Rails & Designer Towel Radiators

Your bathroom has huge potential when it comes to interior design, but there are three primary factors that you must take into account when you renovate or modernise the space. They are practicality, heat requirements and style. By supplying a stunning range of high quality bathroom towel radiator and heated towel rails, we can help you to satisfy all of these very important considerations.

We stock designer towel radiators and bathroom radiators of all shapes and sizes in a bid to help you achieve the perfect marriage of comfort, convenience and visual appeal in your bathroom design. It is possible to find both contemporary and traditional options from our varied and stylish range.

When it comes to the practical setup of your main bathroom or an en suite, a towel rail proves an exceptionally useful addition because it will regulate your bathroom temperature and environment while providing efficient storage space for your towels and other garments. This is vital in bathrooms that do not enjoy the benefit of large dimensions and ample space.

Choosing the right bathroom radiator or heated towel rail is simply a matter of browsing the categories in our online store according to your budget and requirements in terms of heat, space and design. We also stock a fantastic range of radiator valves, heating elements and radiator accessories engineered to assist you at every stage of the installation process and to supply the finishing touches to your setup.

We are committed to offering quality radiators at low prices and we aim to deliver an outstanding level of service for each and every customer.

140 confirmed customers have written a review about ADIGE Towel Radiators on Trustpilot.
Our current trust score is 4.6 out of 5 and lowest score is 0. For more customer reviews, please click here
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Paul S
A warming experience
23. Nov
I have never bought from ADIGE before but the whole experience from browsing their website to purchase and delivery has been a pleasure and I have been kept informed along the way and would certainly use ADIGE again and have no hesitation in recommending them.. go on you will not be disappointed !
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Geoff  Eldridge
Why go anywhere else?
23. Nov
The best bit about Adige is that they come in all the sizes and shapes that no one else seems to realise we want. The next best thing is the prices are just right. The final good bit is that we've now fitted several of these and they all do the trick. Well done!
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Alan Hopkin
Truly fantastic
22. Nov
This is the third towel rail I have bought and once again no problems The service from ordering to receiving item superb a credit to all staff , other companies should take a leaf out of your book . Thanks .
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Matthew Gaisford
Good service, item looks good quality!
20. Nov
Looks a good quality product! Haven't installed it yet but would defiantly use again if installation goes well and there's no future problems with the towel rad! Customer service seems very good also!
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Andy
Excellent website & fast delivery
20. Nov
It was very helpful to be able to see pictures of every size variation that was available.

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