There are few personal luxuries as easy to come by as a quality set of bathroom towels. Have you ever found towels so soft they're worth fighting over? The cold-blooded people of the world want you to know there's a way to take your towels beyond comfort and into proper coziness: a heated towel warmer.
Having a cold or damp bathroom is more than a bummer, it's uncomfortable. You want a bathroom that is toasty warm--a place of relaxation. Turning up the temperature on your towels will make your washroom a space of wellbeing. Check out the warmers that are heating up the competition.
Best Towel Warmers
1. Zadro Ultra Large Luxury Bucket-Style Bath Towel Warmer with Auto Shut Off and 4 Timer Settings for Bathroom, Gray
Keeping a warm towel has never been easier with this Zadro bucket-style unit. With just one click of a button, you can have toasty garments waiting for you post-shower. Fill it with your bathrobes and towels just like you would a laundry basket. The chamber offers even heat throughout the compartment.
The $140 large towel warmer can fit more than just a bath cloth. Fill it with PJs and throw blankets too. There are four preset timers that run the basket for different lengths and turn off automatically. How energy-efficient!
2. WarmlyYours 8-Bar Barcelona Freestanding Towel Warmer Rack, Plug-In Electric Towel Warmer, Brushed Stainless Steel
WarmlyYours offers several different types of electric towel warmer racks, from wall-mounted towel warmers to freestanding units like the Barcelona model.
This rack has a five-foot cord, so the plug-in towel warmer can be positioned nearly anywhere within your bathroom for easy access. The 8-bar wall design offers hanging space for multiple towels. Your bath linen will be so warm you'll feel like Barcelona is right outside your window.
That "hot towel dryer" feeling is just a click away. Visit retailer's WarmlyYours Amazon store.
3. HEATGENE Hot Towel Warmer for Bath Hardwired Heated Towel Rail, Drying Rack Matte Black Stainless Steel Wall Mount
Wall-mounted electric towel warmers can be a bit tricky since they require some willingness to hardwire. Fortunately, the HeatGene is worth it.
This stainless steel towel warmer is made of water-resistant stainless steel that's easy to clean and even easier to operate. A simple on-off switch will warm your bathroom towels up to pleasant temperatures. Plus, you can fit plenty of them on the 10-bar rack. The bar towel warmer comes with a 2-year warranty. However, with such durable material, you probably won't need it.
4. ForPro Professional Collection Premium Hot Towel Warmers, Extra Large Capacity Towel Cabinet, Two Stainless Steel Racks, White
If you're looking to get toasty towels without having to do any hardwiring electrical work, then you're getting hotter. Consider the ForPro bath sheet warmer, a hot towel cabinet that heats to 180 degrees in 30 minutes.
You've probably seen this bestseller at a spa, yoga studio, or an esthetician's studio. The small, cabinet-sized spa towel warmer is used for heating up moist facial towels. However, if you're looking for a towel warmer just big enough for yourself, this hot box will do the trick. The stainless steel shelves are removable!
5. ROADVIEW Towel Warmers UV Lights Sanitizer, Tuya WiFi Control Intelligent Electric Heated Towel Rack Wall Mounted for Bathroom, Compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant
There are many models and modes out there, but this Smart-style towel warmer is one of the most unique. The infinity towel warmer has a programmable timer, is compatible with your home's digital assistant (hey, Alexa-- warm my towel), and even has a self-shut-off mode for when you leave the bathroom. The future is so cool.
Instead of having bars that heat up and then warm your towel in the process, the Roadview uses UV lights. The result is more than just a hot cloth: it's a sanitary one as well. Keep your damp towels germ-free with this futuristic device. It's perfect for small bathrooms.
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This post was originally published on June 29, 2021.