Myson
Eco electric towel warmer
EECOSH125 

19-11/16" W x 48-1/8" H

$479.40

1 Review

Myson
Eco electric towel warmer
EECOSH125 

19-11/16" W x 48-1/8" H

$479.40

1 Review

$479.40
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Item Description

Overview


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BrandMyson
CollectionEcoShop All Eco
Model NumberEECOSH125
Alternative SKUMyson EECOSH125CH, Myson EECOSH125WH
Details

ETL- approved Smart Thermo Control heating element for extra comfort and safety

Provided with necessary matching installation accessories

  • 120V/60Hz
  • 300 Watts
  • 2.73 AMPs
  • Overall Height: 48 1/8"
  • Overall Width: 19-11/16"
  • Overall Projection: 4"
PDF Technical Diagram
CollectionEco
Width19.6875
Height48.125
InstallationWall Mount
ShapeRectangular
MaterialMetal
System TypeElectric

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Myson   EECOSH125   Reviews

This item currently has 1  review
Myson Warmer

This warmer in the bathroom adds to the modern style, if you are remodeling. But using it for about a year now, a few things worth mentioning. It takes awfully long (easily 45-mins +) to warm up that beast. When it finally gets hot, and it does get really hot, it is actually feels good to grab a warm towel. If your bathroom needs extra heat, it helps, but this could be a very expensive heat source. You definitely need a timer, and don't skip the manual, as setting it up takes some effort. There is always a question - should I pick a vertical one or horizontal unit. If you have 2 or more people using it, which is usually the case, you are better off with horizontal as other towels slip if you pull one, and you can hardly feet 2 large towels on a vertical, like this one. Vertical unit looks cool, but horizontal is definitely more practical.