This year at 100% Design 2013, Eskimo launch their latest radiator design. The Holy Rail radiator and towel warmer is a room’s fun, colourful friend. You can choose any two colours that blend beautifully within your interior design or any two colours that just take your fancy.
Fun, colourful friends can also be surprisingly practical if you look beneath the surface and this one pumps out a high heat output via it’s hidden modular aluminium radiator ‘engine’. A powder coated steel front fascia panel and towel slot shell makes this an inspired dual purpose design, both heating your room and warming your towels.
We’ve considered your luxury chunky bath towels, we’ve thought about a family’s haste and we’ve added to our mission statement of ridding the world of ugly radiators, another priority. The end of wet towels being left on floors, beds, chairs and banisters.
Imagine this world. Our new design allows the stuffing of towels into a slot on the way out. Could it be true? The ever frustrated ‘towel picker-upper’ may finally have found it. The Holy Rail.
Available in six standard sizes and a choice of 29 standard colours that are included within the price. Alternatively you can have any colours you choose for a small additional cost. We are even happy to create special one off combinations, perhaps including our metal finishes such as Supermirror?
Wall mounted, central heating with bottom end connections for your valves. Or apply our innovative Hinge & Bracket design so that all valves and pipework are neatly hidden, yet still accessible to control your temperature.
After a decade of graft, our quest is complete, we have discovered The Holy Rail.
29 standard RAL colours available,
Or choose any RAL you like (additional cost),
Or use our colour matching service (additional cost).
On special request.
Test pressure: 7.5 bar.
Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar.
Maximum Operating Temperature: 95°C.
Pop by and see us at Stand L360 in Interiors.
Press contact at Eskimo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Louisa September 11th, 2013
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