Heated Bathroom Mirror Panel 65W 580 x 0.4 x 410mm
Perfect idea. Used two of them on a large en-suite mirror and they work fine.
As mentioned by others the only tricky bit is the cable joint is about 4 mm thick so as I was gluing the mirror to the wall had to cut out an area of the plasterboard wall for the cable joint and the cable itself.
But working perfectly.
4 Jan 2014
Heated Bathroom Mirror Panel
An excellent product in every way. Very easy to fit and "does exactly what it says on the tin".
I had been looking for this type of product for years without success. I had even contemplated trying to find one of the old style rear windscreen heaters that used to be available years ago. Then I visited your store and picked up your excellent catalogue and there it was. Many thanks from a very happy chappie.
23 Jul 2013
A nice touch of luxury
Rather than wire this through the en suite ceiling lights I wired through the shaving light over the mirror so it can be switched on when required. Switch the shaving light on and have a shower - the mirror stays condensation free. Gone are the hand prints from those wiping condensation off (saves on mirror cleaning). If required, it will clear a misted mirror quite quickly.
All in all it is a nice touch of luxury that I will be including in the family bath room when we renovate it.
21 Apr 2010
Clear Mirrors Forever
Product is 65 Watts IP34 Class 2 and heats to 45 degrees.
Easy to install - product is flexible with adhesive backing.
Panel is very thin but you do need to allow for the thickness of the cable. Cable is 1m long and flexible enough that I had no problem bending it into an access hole behind the mirror.
Wire to get power when room lights are on - not only to save power but also as the panel throws out quite a bit of heat (65W funnilly enough!).
27 Jan 2009