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Rusty – electric or hot water

The edgier, more industrial cousin from the Midlands, Rusty is an exclusive steel finish that has been hand patinated using techniques to create a stunning palette of Autumnal tones. Sealed with a hard wax oil to keep it perfect forever, you can lean up against him and be confident that all you’ll receive is warmth.

Available in matt or satin. Hinge & Bracket can be specified so that the radiator appears to “float” just off the wall with the valves fully disguised. Yet with a simple click to the bottom centre of the radiator, you have full access to your thermostatic controls. For hidden heating it’s better than underfloor too because it has proper temperature control. Currently 8 weeks lead-time due to the nature of the finish, reducing to 6 weeks as quickly as we can.

We think that Rusty sells herself best when stroked and admired in the intimate surroundings of a showroom. So take a look at our where-to-buy section for your nearest retailer.

The great news is that your Rusty radiator is always a ‘one off’ unique piece.

The bad news is that Rusty’s patinated steel finish  is not for the control freaks out there. The nature of this collection means that you have to get back to nature a little bit and let Eskimo help you to let go. Hand patinated finishes are unique every time and cannot be controlled.

If you choose an electric Outline radiator, whether it be in BrassyCliffa colourbrushed stainlessSupermirrorWoodyRusty or Gong, each radiator will require one wireless receiver. This can be concealed within the wiring box on the wall.

Part number REA 1C IMHA – I CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER £82 + VAT.

In addition you’ll then need to control your electric radiator via an analogue or digital room thermostat. Up to 17 radiators can be controlled with either.

Part number CTA RF IMH – PROGRAMMABLE WIRELESS ROOM THERMOSTAT, DIGITAL £172 + VAT

Part number EMA TH IMH A – ROOM THERMOSTAT, ANALOGUE £69 + VAT – As above but can’t programme when comes on, just on and off and up and down with temperature.