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Oil filled radiator, any recommendations? Discount Den - anyone heard of / used them before?

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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
Am looking to get one for the cold snap and wonder if anyone has seen any decent branded ones on the cheap?
I've already got a Delonghi and tbh am impressed by it so would probably go for the same brand again.
Anyone heard of The Discount Den? They've got a Delonghi G01123ORT 3KW Rapido Portable Oil Filled Radiator Heator for £90, most places doing them for £120ish
was looking to spend half that but this model has great reviews so would go the extra for it.
Am looking to heat a 4x4m room and perhaps leave the door ajar to heat the hallway while my chimney is out of order
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8y, 1w agoPosted 8 years, 1 week ago
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Aldi are doing an Oil Filled Radiator for £36 as a special buy on Sunday 11th January - Website states...
Ideal for any room to add extra warmth. Manoeuvrable and with built-in-timer.

* 2 heat settings
* Overheat protection
* Integrated cable tidy
* Size: 480 × 240 × 640mm
* 2000W
* 9 fins
* LCD display/control panel

No idea what make it is but good price.
#2
Hello everyone. First post. Please don't flame me.

I was waiting for Aldi / Lidl to sell these, but sods law I thought you'd have to wait till the summer, if you know what i mean. I got mine from [url]www.screwfix.com[/url] only last weekend and now typically Aldi are doing a deal.

Heres the link.
http://www.screwfix.com/search.do;jsessionid=WXE1KHRSLOAXGCSTHZPCFFA?_dyncharset=UTF-8&fh_search=oil+radiator&searchbutton.x=0&searchbutton.y=0&searchbutton=submit

Theres a timer version for £35.22 and a non timer for the bargain of £27.40

Hope that this helps someone. Do not buy from mainstream shops as you are looking at £60 - £100+
#3
We had 2kw from dunelm mill for £30 + £3.95p&p its great warms the room in no time and was dreading the electric bill cause had it on loads but bill no higher than normal

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/product/7443b.htm
#4
Thanks for the replies. Couldn't wait for delivery so went down to Homebase and used up my £20 vouchers (before they go under!) from the shed
thread a while ago and got this one for £40 with 3y guarantee.
http://www.delonghi.co.uk/Heating%20Products/med_images/TRSW0920.jpg
Thanks for the replies, repped!

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