We are pleased to announce the Wiser Radiator Thermostat has won a Red Dot Design Award. The international accolade was awarded for outstanding innovation and functionality in the Product Design category.
The Red Dot Design Award is a prestigious international competition, founded in 1955. This year, companies and designers from 59 countries entered more than 6,300 innovations in the Product Design category, a higher number than ever before.
One of the key features praised by the judges was the radiator thermostat’s twist top boost function with spring back, designed by Drayton’s innovation team. By simply twisting the cap, you can quickly and easily adjust the temperature in an individual room, making it 2°C warmer or cooler for one hour.
Perfect if a room feels a little chilly or too warm, the twist top feature provides added comfort and control. The handy LED light signals that the set-point has been changed for 60 minutes and at the end of the boost period the accurate built-in temperature sensors will regulate the room temperature in line with your set heating programme.
Wiser Radiator Thermostat design
The Wiser Radiator Thermostat was also commended for its slimline design, which makes it a discreet addition to any room. In addition, the radiator thermostats can be mounted on to existing valves for easy installation and minimal disruption.
Simon Fabri, Engineering Director, said: “We’re delighted that the Wiser Radiator Thermostat been awarded this esteemed prize, and is getting the recognition it deserves.
“The product has been designed with both the installer and the homeowner in mind, with minimal effort required for installation, but maximum functionality for the end user.”
Award winning features with Wiser
- Unique twist top boost for user friendly control
- Precise control via sensors that regulate room temperature
- Sleek, slimline design
- Subtle LED display blends with the contemporary design and gives clear and simple feedback to the user
- A chrome ring and a subsequent chamfer divide the device into its functional areas.