This towel warmer from Amba is available as either a wall-mounted or more simple plug-in option. The wall-mounted model comes with a programmable timer, allowing for the towel warmer to come on and turn off automatically but both come equipped with a built-in on/off switch. This towel warmer is sturdy and attractive in appearance, made of stainless steel and available with a stunning brushed or polished finish. Ten bars provide plenty of space for hanging multiple towels, with both the horizontal and vertical bars offering efficient towel heating capabilities. Heating up in less than 15 minutes, the Amba towel warmer gets towels noticeably hotter than competitors, although the time it takes will depend on the thickness of the towel you’re using. Amba offers a two year warranty to protect your investment.
This freestanding towel warmer from Warmrails is simple to install as it uses only a standard outlet and a discreet on/off switch. Although the Hyde Park towel warmer can be left on for long periods of time, it’s at its most energy efficient when you turn it on only when needed. The towel warmer heats up quickly, and towels are warmed thoroughly within the time it takes for you to finish a normal shower. The attractive chrome finish and eight bars look nice in any bathroom, and can accommodate multiple towels at a time as well as drying swimsuits and other delicate pieces of clothing. The Warmrails Hyde Park towel warmer comes with a one year warranty.
This simple six-bar towel warmer can be used as a freestanding model or mounted to the wall for extra convenience. This towel warmer fully heats up within half an hour, and is powered using a standard outlet with no invasive hard-wiring required. An on/off switch allows for simple control of the unit without having to always unplug the unit. Although this is a basic design, this model offers an affordable way to have the convenience of a towel warmer in your home. This particular unit does take longer to fully heat up than more expensive models, but it’s an excellent overall choice for the budget-minded individual given its affordability and versatility.
This towel warmer from Warmly Yours offers a simple design, with ten bars and a brushed stainless steel design. Two models are available, one plugging into a standard outlet, and another hardwired into the wall. The plug-in model uses a six-foot cord, while the hardwired model comes with a programmable timer; however, both heat up quickly, providing consistent heat for warming towels and garments. Although the Warmly Yours Infinity towel warmer is slightly on the expensive side, it offers well-rounded performance, attractive design, and a two year manufacturer’s warranty.
This unit from Brookstone is a good choice when you don't have the space for a larger, rack-style towel warmer. This particular model is capable of accommodating two oversized towels which it can comfortably warm up within ten minutes. A transparent lid allows you to peek in from the top to monitor the towels or garments warming up inside. The towel warmer uses a standard outlet and includes an auto shut off feature for convenience and more importantly, safety. At first this warmer may have a slight plastic smell when still new although letting the unit run through its warming cycle a few times with the lid open and no towel inside can solve this issue. However, individuals with strong odor sensitivities should probably avoid this type of towel warmer altogether.