Versatile, elegant, stainless steel Italian designed Quadro towel warmer Collection comes in a range of size perfect for every bathroom concept. Towel warmers are energy efficient and an affordable way to dry towels and keep bathrooms warm and mildew free. The product line ranges in styles, all of which can also be used at pools, saunas, spas, boats, kitchens and mudrooms.
- Width: 20"
- Height: 16"
- Depth: 3 1/4"
- Crossbars: 6
- Bar Spacing: 1-3/8" **
- Watts: 92
- Amps: 0.8
- Ave. Temp Range: 131 °F - 167 °F
- High-quality stainless steel available in Polished, Brushed, and Oil Rubbed Bronze finishes
- Flexible design allows for unit to be installed vertically, horizontally, or upside down
- Innovative Italian heating system with NO LIQUID
- Silent and efficient
- Heats quickly and evenly
- ETL certified for Canada and the USA.
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
The warming rails are 100% stainless steel, with a strong stainless steel wall mount and separate switch, for a cleaner-looking fixture. It only uses 60 to 240 watts, which is equivalent to one or two light bulbs. Cover plate included with integrated ON/OFF switch with pilot light. The towel warmer can be controlled by an additional 24 hr / 7 day programmable timer (optional).
Aside from bath towels, warming racks are used to dry delicate clothing not suitable for a tumble-dryer, and keep rooms dry and mold and mildew free. The heated towel rails have an internal thermostat, to prevent overheating,
automatically switching if they do overheat.
Note: Once the you have chosen the size and finish you would like, an electrician can easily install
Download: Tech Specs PDF
Frequently Asked Questions: Amba Towel Warmers FAQs
Note: AMBA Quadro Collection products are used for hardwire installation. We recommend using an electrician to install.
** The best way to drape the towels on a towel warmer is not actually to weave the towels between the bars, but rather to have the towel folded in thirds, and then drape the towel over the top bar (with half of the towel hanging over the front and the other half over the back of the bars). By doing it in such a manner, you have the maximum about of surface area contact between the towels and the bars.