2kw convector heater. £12.99 home bargains instore. - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
340

2kw convector heater. £12.99 home bargains instore.

£12.99 @ Home Bargains
Very good price for a 2kw convector heater, near £20 most other stores. Read More
POWYSWALES Avatar
5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Very good price for a 2kw convector heater, near £20 most other stores.
More From Home Bargains:
POWYSWALES Avatar
5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(15) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
good find op, heat added
#2
Excellent find! - Which store please as they were £19.99 in my local store today, as they are online.

http://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/beldray-convector-heater-2000w-314250

Anyway, voted HOT, HOT, HOT! for the heads up to whoever lives nearby you and wants such a heater.

Edit: Sorry - wrong store. I went to B&M not HB:|

Edited By: EveshamLad on Oct 24, 2016 20:04
#3
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
#4
anewman
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
Strange, why would oil-filled be cheaper to run? Thanks.
1 Like #5
AndyRoyd
anewman
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
Strange, why would oil-filled be cheaper to run? Thanks.


i'm going for.. uses the same energy to heat up but the oil retains its temperature for longer therfore it can 'click off' then 'click back on' when the oil is getting cold whereas the electic heater is always on?
3 Likes #6
anewman
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
If anything, a convector heater should use less electricity as it is better at providing the heat quickly. But in terms of energy in, heat out, all electric heaters are the same efficiency.
#7
michaelgell
AndyRoyd
anewman
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
Strange, why would oil-filled be cheaper to run? Thanks.
i'm going for.. uses the same energy to heat up but the oil retains its temperature for longer therfore it can 'click off' then 'click back on' when the oil is getting cold whereas the electic heater is always on?
A convector heater doesn't use the same amount of energy to heat up as it is not full of oil. It produces useful heat virtually instantly.
#8
EveshamLad
Excellent find! - Which store please as they were £19.99 in my local store today, as they are online.

http://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/beldray-convector-heater-2000w-314250

Anyway, voted HOT, HOT, HOT! for the heads up to whoever lives nearby you and wants such a heater.

Edit: Sorry - wrong store. I went to B&M not HB:|


home bargains Shrewsbury.
#9
michaelgell
AndyRoyd
anewman
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
Strange, why would oil-filled be cheaper to run? Thanks.


i'm going for.. uses the same energy to heat up but the oil retains its temperature for longer therfore it can 'click off' then 'click back on' when the oil is getting cold whereas the electic heater is always on?


These convector heaters also have built in thermostats so once room gets upto temp they will cut in and out...
#10
POWYSWALES
michaelgell
AndyRoyd
anewman
Weigh up cost of electric with cost of heater. This is cheap but a more expensive oil filled radiator would probably cost less to use and be cheaper in the long run.
Strange, why would oil-filled be cheaper to run? Thanks.
i'm going for.. uses the same energy to heat up but the oil retains its temperature for longer therfore it can 'click off' then 'click back on' when the oil is getting cold whereas the electic heater is always on?
These convector heaters also have built in thermostats so once room gets upto temp they will cut in and out...

Then they'll be HOT, COLD, HOT!:D
#11
im confused now
#12
mhhbizz
im confused now
The heat you pay for is the heat you get. The one exception is storage heaters, where you can pay for the heat at a cheap time of the day and get it at another time.
#13
I'm fan of convectors but oil-filled are provably more comfortable because they are constant source of heat. Convectors are either full on or cold. Efficiency is same!
#14
For convectors I like silent and powerful air stream that quickly heat the entire room...
1 Like #15
balexandrov
For convectors I like silent and powerful air stream that quickly heat the entire room...

We get that when our child farts.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!