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With the temp being so cold thought something that would heat things up would go down well!!!

Delonghi Oil Filled Radiator 3Kw now £101.98 with remote

The price is with the 15% off with the current promotion. Quidco???

As you can adjust the power settings, you can get the room to a good temperature quickly then it will control the temp itself, this is the electronic timer version with a remote. This is particularly good for larger/colder rooms due to its power.


Delonghi Oil Filled Radiator 3000W

3 Heat settings (1000, 2000, 3000W)
ECC - Electronic climate control
24Hr programmable timer
10 Year manufacturers warranty
Remote control
Easy wheels
Dragon ECC Oil Filled Radiator
TRD1230ER
De'Longhi Dragons convect air up through their unique 'chimneys' providing a fast flow of hot air that quickly warms the whole room and also have a large surface area for high radiant heat output. Working in a similar way to the Vento range but at a much more advanced level, the convective chimneys on Dragon 3 provides a 'Super Chimney' effect with multiple narrow chimneys to increase convective airflow in a superior way.

Electronic Climate Control (ECC) is the latest technological advancement in portable heating, and is featured on the ECC versions of the 3kW Dragon. The ECC;
Automatically monitors and selects the ideal power setting to maintain your chosen temperature (from 5°C froststat to 35°C)
Allows you to keep your room at a constant and consistent temperature
By monitoring closely the power and temperature level it ensures high energy efficiency. Benefiting from all the features of the Dragon range these heaters also have
24 hour digital clock
Digital timer to programme two time periods
10 year guarantee
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#1
Forgot to add the 2kw model is £115.00 from comet!!!! there is also a 2.5kw not sure of the price but the 3kw is like the daddy of the series
#2
we actually bought this from http://www.thediscountden.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=GG01123ORT for our conservatory as freeeeeeeeeeeezing cold.....was only £89.99 with free delivery but out of stock just now.
#3
bossyboots
we actually bought this from http://www.thediscountden.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=GG01123ORT for our conservatory as freeeeeeeeeeeezing cold.....was only £89.99 with free delivery but out of stock just now.


Why not a Calor gas heater?
#4
bossyboots
we actually bought this from http://www.thediscountden.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=GG01123ORT for our conservatory as freeeeeeeeeeeezing cold.....was only £89.99 with free delivery but out of stock just now.


Nice!

The model I have posted is also 3kw in stock at B&Q stores (which helps if you are cold now!), it is also with digital screen and remote, think it may give more funtions for programming but not completely sure, have bought one today and put in our log cobin and it has made a massive difference!!:thumbsup:
#5
Shengis
Why not a Calor gas heater?


log cabin ....flames.........= emergency services.......(possibly?):whistling:
#6
no need for screwdriver or any tools, the wheels are already connected and you just have to turn them into place and your ready to go (you still have to plug it in though!)
#7
These are great heaters. Bought a 2kw non remote model from Costco for £35 or so when on offer, and it really heats the room up well.
#8
thepharmacist
log cabin ....flames.........= emergency services.......(possibly?):whistling:


Have you never seen the beverly hillbillies :w00t: Even caravans use gas heaters and they're mostly wood.
#9
Shengis
Why not a Calor gas heater?


cause they are big ugly things!!!!!!

thepharmacist
Nice!

The model I have posted is also 3kw in stock at B&Q stores (which helps if you are cold now!), it is also with digital screen and remote, think it may give more funtions for programming but not completely sure, have bought one today and put in our log cobin and it has made a massive difference!!:thumbsup:


I want a weekend in ur log cabin :thumbsup: whereabouts is it? We stayed in one down in Loch Lomond this summer but my friend stayed there couple of weeks back and said it was sooooo cosy warm and soooo romantic!!!!!!!

thepharmacist
log cabin ....flames.........= emergency services.......(possibly?):whistling:


haha! you dont want to imagine that!!!
#10
I want a weekend in ur log cabin :thumbsup: whereabouts is it? We stayed in one down in Loch Lomond this summer but my friend stayed there couple of weeks back and said it was sooooo cosy warm and soooo romantic!!!!!!!



In my garden......................the wife may have a few things to say!:oops:
#11
Shengis;7346721
Why not a Calor gas heater?


Because they are death traps :-(

LPG refills are expensive anyway & heavy to lug about; the heaters actually require a very large (but conveniently forgotten) amount of permanent ventilation to be safe.(ready the instructions, it will tell you!). Being so big, they are ugly, apart from being a common source of burns, as well as fires.

Otherwse, they are great! :shock:
#12
Shengis;7347070
Have you never seen the beverly hillbillies :w00t: Even caravans use gas heaters and they're mostly wood.


Yes, fixed ones, with a very large amount of permanent ventilation pre-provided!

Many new caravans go for balanced flue heating appliances now too.
#13
This sort of heater will cost something like 45 to 50p an HOUR to run, full on.

Any sort of permanent or semi-permanent use, you are far better off turning you central heating on, or if not provided in that room, then think about getting it extended to there!

Peak time electricity ( and LPG!) is SO expensive :-(
#14
nihcaj
This sort of heater will cost something like 45 to 50p an HOUR to run, full on.

Any sort of permanent or semi-permanent use, you are far better off turning you central heating on, or if not provided in that room, then think about getting it extended to there!

Peak time electricity ( and LPG!) is SO expensive :-(


You are most probably right, but for us this was not an option as the distance to the cabin from the house is significant and the cost of digging and pipping far outways the use of the oil filled when you need it!

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