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Contemporary Electric Towel Warmers

by Myson

Enhance your home décor and add warmth as well with an elegant electric towel warmer, brought to you by PlumbingSupply.com®! The sleek lines and elegant finishes are sure to please even the most discerning taste, and will add a subtle designer touch to your home.

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Angara Electric Towel Warmers - Hardwire

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The Angara contemporary electric towel warmer is stylish and elegant. With heat output of up to 500 watts, these towel warmers can warm your towels as well as your bathroom or kitchen.

Model Chrome Nickel Satin Nickel
ERR1 $1,857.98 $2,770.43 $2,981.26
ERR2 $2,568.79 $2,891.47 $3,440.40
ERR3 $2,783.31 $2,998.51 $3,602.21
ERR4 $3,744.12 $3,128.03 $3,380.37
Model Regal Brass Oil Rubbed Bronze White
ERR1 $3,163.74 $2,508.32 $2,245.52
ERR2 $3,308.37 $2,573.11 $2,307.98
ERR3 $3,503.64 $2,598.25 $2,308.52
ERR4 $3,975.69 $2,925.25 $2,752.59

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Ferlo Electric Towel Warmers - Hardwire

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The Ferlo contemporary electric towel warmers are durable and built to last, while still bringing beauty to your bathroom. With heat output of up to 475 watts, these towel warmers do a great job both warming towels, as well as acting as a room warmer.

Model Chrome Nickel Satin Nickel
ECM2 $2,258.32 $2,565.14 $2,691.98
ECM3 $2,548.54 $2,708.27 $3,066.10
Model Regal Brass Oil Rubbed Bronze White
ECM2 $3,308.69 $2,407.57 $2,699.93
ECM3 $3,458.28 $2,637.51 $2,046.02

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Ferlo Electric Towel Warmers Contemporary Collection - Hardwire

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These Ferlo contemporary electric towel warmers offer you a nice selection of choices for whatever type of bathroom your have. With heat output of up to 100 watts, these towel warmers will keep your towels warm and ready for when you need them.

Model Chrome Nickel Satin Nickel
ECMH3-1 $1,454.55 $1,553.58 $1,789.17
ECMH3-2 $1,774.21 $2,870.91 $2,155.66
ECMH3-3 $1,431.85 $1,563.65 $1,759.08
ECMH3-7 $1,433.50 $1,526.39 $1,759.36
Model Regal Brass Oil Rubbed Bronze White
ECMH3-1 $2,391.18 $1,807.66 $1,391.62
ECMH3-2 $2,343.83 $2,027.83 $1,484.32
ECMH3-3 $2,166.40 $1,433.41 $1,518.05
ECMH3-7 $2,249.35 $1,584.24 $1,258.52

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Lindi Electric Towel Warmer - Hardwire


The Lindi contemporary electric towel warmer is modern design mixed with superb engineering to give you a quality product that will last through the years. With heat output of up to 225 watts, these towel warmers are a great addition to any home.


Chrome Nickel Satin Nickel
$2,541.31 $2,742.84 $3,299.35
Regal Brass Oil Rubbed Bronze White
$3,330.15 $2,275.71 $2,058.67

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Avonmore Electric Towel Warmer - Hardwire

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The Avonmore contemporary electric towel warmer is a great choice for any kitchen or bathroom. With heat output of up to 400 watts, these towel warmers provide enough heat to warm your bathroom while still keeping your towels nice and toasty.

Model Chrome White
EECOSH85 $829.64 $768.84
EECOSH86 $834.40 $827.88
EECOSH125 $939.68 $974.39
EECOSH126 $1,002.74 $1,047.51

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Interlude Electric Towel Warmer - Hardwire

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The Interlude contemporary electric towel warmer will match any home décor. With heat output of up to 500 watts, these towel warmers make great complements to any bathroom or kitchen.

Model White
EINTH1 $1,014.23
EINTH2 $1,101.93
EINTH3 $1,567.12

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "What's the difference between electric and hydronic towel warmers?"
A. Both electric and hydronic towel warmers are designed for in-home use. Electric towel warmers typically have very low energy consumption rates - many consume the same power as a standard light bulb (60 Watts). These models contain one of two types of low wattage elements: some use a dry element, while others use an element to heat mineral oil within the unit. Electric towel warmers are available as either hardwired or plug-in. Hardwired units will need to be integrated into the building's electrical system, while plug-in models simply plug in like any other appliance. Both types of electric towel warmers may be operated with an on/off switch or with a timer. Some of the larger electric units can provide enough heat to warm a room, though electric units are typically used in conjunction with another heat source to heat a room. Hydronic towel warmers simply utilize your hot water plumbing to produce heat by running the hot water through the towel warmer. This can be done one of two ways; by connecting to your home's hot water heater (open system), or to a specific hydronic heating system (closed system). In most cases the hydronic towel warmer is going to be the most efficient method (energy savings-wise) but can also be the most difficult for installation unless the installation is part of a complete remodel or new construction. For more information about towel warmers, please see our towel warmer information page.

Q. "Are there additional uses for a towel warmer?"
A. There are many uses for a towel warmer. They can be used to dry laundered delicates and bathing suits, as well as wet boots and shoes. They can also double as a radiator or space heater, keeping bathrooms and mudrooms warm, dry, and mold, mildew and humidity free.

Q. "What is the manufacturers warranty for these towel warmers?"
A. The Myson name is synonymous with quality, and they have given these items great warranties to back up their quality. The Pearl units come with a 2 year warranty. The Diamond units come with a 3 year warranty. All other units are covered by a 5 year warranty. Please note that all warranties are handled directly with the manufacturer.

Q. "What does it mean when you say 'heat output up to 500 watts?"
A. The heat output is the rating for the electric element used in the towel warmer to heat the mineral oil. A unit that is rated at 500 watts uses an element that can heat the mineral oil at a static 500 watts of energy per hour.


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