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I would not ---- it is grounded but it is not built to be exposed to the elements.
If it was under some cover like a porch or covered section of a lanai it might be functional but will reduce its useful life.
Be very sure in ALL cases you have a properly protected, rated, and grounded GFI outlet!!!

By richard & donna on December 1, 2013
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Good question! Yes, and I'd recommend a simple AC timer, available on amazon, per my review of this very good item, purchased at the same time. I'm using a Belkin timer, aka a "countdown" timer, with 3 simple settings: 1/2 hr., 3 hrs., 6 hours. This is inexpensive, and will give you some peace of mind. We typic… see more Good question! Yes, and I'd recommend a simple AC timer, available on amazon, per my review of this very good item, purchased at the same time. I'm using a Belkin timer, aka a "countdown" timer, with 3 simple settings: 1/2 hr., 3 hrs., 6 hours. This is inexpensive, and will give you some peace of mind. We typically use the 3 hour setting. Plug the towel warmer into this little Belkin device (or any similar device), the device into the wall outlet, press the on/off button, and you're good to go. Works very well together. see less Good question! Yes, and I'd recommend a simple AC timer, available on amazon, per my review of this very good item, purchased at the same time. I'm using a Belkin timer, aka a "countdown" timer, with 3 simple settings: 1/2 hr., 3 hrs., 6 hours. This is inexpensive, and will give you some peace of mind. We typically use the 3 hour setting. Plug the towel warmer into this little Belkin device (or any similar device), the device into the wall outlet, press the on/off button, and you're good to go. Works very well together.
By David in Telluride, Colorado on July 31, 2014
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Yes , it can be wall mounted. The hardware is included.
By JUAN C FRANCESCHINI on December 15, 2014
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Be sure your wall outlet is not controlled by a switch and is hot test with a light.
Be sure the units on / off switch on the leg is on should light up when on.
If that all checks out ---- bad unit (dead on arrival) ship it back.

By richard & donna on August 31, 2013
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The cord is a light gray that matches the color of the heated towel rack.
By D. Fox on September 15, 2015
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Matt silver
By Fred S. on January 22, 2017
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I have mounted both of mine on the wall so I don't use them freestanding. They are about 33-1/2" tall X 21-1/2" wide. They mount about 3" off the wall or freestanding the feet are about 13-1/2" wide and add another inch or so to the height. I love mine.
By Galen on December 4, 2013
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It is a matte silver in color.
By ann on January 24, 2017
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We have ours free-standing and plugged into the wall but only have the switch on in the morning before taking a shower. No problems yet.
By Val on October 1, 2015
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I had it for a few years and never had any issues.... But it is really weak! So if you have pets or kids I don't recommend it. I would get one that you attach to a wall.
By Amazon Customer on April 5, 2017