Delonghi HVY1030 Vertical Upright Fan Heater 2kw only £7.99 del @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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You never know when you may need this lol
* Upright fan heater with 2Kw heat output and 2 heat settings
* Adjustable room thermostat to set and automatically maintain the desired temperature
* Cool air function ideal for summer use
* Frost and overheat protection
* Dimensions (L x W x H): 17.7 x 23.8 x 25.4 cm
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#1
Buy yourself one of those daylight bulbs and one of these, save yourself a fortune on moving to a warmer climate or taking an expensive holiday abroad.

I'd also suggest locking yourself and your family up in your kitchen for a week with a chemical toilet instead of wasting money on a caravan holiday.
#2
I have a 3kw of these, are heating went wrong when it was cold so stuck this on and it cost a bloody bomb oO:(
#3
Nice one.

Was planning to buy a fan in the hope of getting a few warm days this summer.

Might as well get this and have a small back-up heater for the winter as well. 2kw is decent enough.

Heat added.
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philmitchell
I have a 3kw of these, are heating went wrong when it was cold so stuck this on and it cost a bloody bomb oO:(
1kw = 1000 watts, multiply per hour = 1 unit (in cost) of electricity. This heater would consume 2 units of electricity each hour and cost the same as using 20 x 100 watt (old style) light bulbs or possibly an electric kettle (@ 2000 watts).
#5
davelfc
Buy yourself one of those daylight bulbs and one of these, save yourself a fortune on moving to a warmer climate or taking an expensive holiday abroad.

I'd also suggest locking yourself and your family up in your kitchen for a week with a chemical toilet instead of wasting money on a caravan holiday.


You must have some fantastic holiday photo's...................
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skykid3


You must have some fantastic holiday photo's...................


I save myself the trouble and pick up other people's holiday snaps from the alphabetical holders in costco. Most are only the same pics I would have taken anyway.
#7
COMARANTZ
philmitchell
I have a 3kw of these, are heating went wrong when it was cold so stuck this on and it cost a bloody bomb oO:(

1kw = 1000 watts, multiply per hour = 1 unit (in cost) of electricity. This heater would consume 2 units of electricity each hour and cost the same as using 20 x 100 watt (old style) light bulbs or possibly an electric kettle (@ 2000 watts).


your point being???
#8
dirky
COMARANTZ
philmitchell
I have a 3kw of these, are heating went wrong when it was cold so stuck this on and it cost a bloody bomb oO:(

1kw = 1000 watts, multiply per hour = 1 unit (in cost) of electricity. This heater would consume 2 units of electricity each hour and cost the same as using 20 x 100 watt (old style) light bulbs or possibly an electric kettle (@ 2000 watts).


your point being???

....That they don't actully cost much to run????! Or as much as boiling a kettle (per hour of heater being on)....good point methinks?!
#9
good price, but fan heaters really dry out the room, and gives me a sore throat and dry skin
#10
Please note

You will also need the specially enlarged letterbox fitted to your front door, to allow the postman, to fit the MASSIVE bill though. :D
#11
dirky
COMARANTZ
philmitchell
I have a 3kw of these, are heating went wrong when it was cold so stuck this on and it cost a bloody bomb oO:(
1kw = 1000 watts, multiply per hour = 1 unit (in cost) of electricity. This heater would consume 2 units of electricity each hour and cost the same as using 20 x 100 watt (old style) light bulbs or possibly an electric kettle (@ 2000 watts).

your point being???

I was going to say something sarcastic here but you are saying it costs the same as running 20 100 watt light bulbs per hour. Not sure if that is cheap... How does it compare to a normal fire? Come to think of it you might get more heat off running 20 100 watt light bulbs in your living room, and you could grow your own veg in pots at the same time to save more money.


Edited By: BeerGoggles on Apr 11, 2011 15:33: update
#12
How does it compare to a normal fire? Impossible to say ..... depends on the power of the "normal" fire!

You can get a 2kw oil filled radiator which would, arguably, be more efficient as you get the residual heat off it as it cools down .... bit it would cost the same as the fan heater while the power was on. So it's no more expensive to run than any other 2kw heater.

My fire in my living room is electric and effectively just a fan heater. Living room is about 4m x 5m I think and in 10 minutes the fire is capable of a nice little boost in temperature in the room. Not the main source of heat but it was handy in December when even with the central heating on full blast it was a struggle to keep the place warm.
#13
Have some heat. It's not a bad deal at all.
#14
sancheez
You can get a 2kw oil filled radiator which would, arguably, be more efficient as you get the residual heat off it as it cools down
Sorry - it will be exactly the same efficiency as one of these fan heaters because the heat given off as it cools down is exactly the same as the heat it doesn't give off while it warms up.

But if you count efficiency as being "useful" heat, an oil-filled radiator is likely to be worse, because you are likely to switch it off when you leave the room, and that residual heat is therefore wasted.


Edited By: pibpob on Apr 11, 2011 17:49
#15
bigviv
good price, but fan heaters really dry out the room, and gives me a sore throat and dry skin
They don't dry out the room any more than any other sort of electric heater, none of which either add water to the air or take it away. The relative humidity will certainly go down, because the temperature is higher for the same amount of water in the air.

A free-standing gas heater adds a lot of water to the air from its combusion products - normally far too much, causing condensation and mould.
#16
bought it last time round it was on for half price :(
#17
thanks op ordered one as a spare for winter time hot from me

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