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Dyson Hot + Cool AM09 Black/Nickel Fan Heater - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee - £209.99 @ eBay Dyson Outlet

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£209.99 for Dyson AM09 Hot & Cool Fan (Refurbished). It comes with 1 year warranty as well. £400 for a brandnew. Read More
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£209.99 for Dyson AM09 Hot & Cool Fan (Refurbished). It comes with 1 year warranty as well. £400 for a brandnew.
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jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is

Absolute fantasy!

Electricity is roughly three to four times the cost of gas for heating. OK it depends a little on how you are using it, but it is spectacularly more expensive using electricity.
http://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/

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#1
Bargain
#2
£339 Amazon new
Anyone know why so many refurbished dyson fans

Edited By: aabarcellos on Mar 14, 2017 23:04: More
#3
How are these on electricity consumption?
#4
Bought this from dyson ebay last year and when it came it was brand new and sealed although advertised as a refurb
1 Like #5
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?

it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is
#6
jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is
Thanks!!
3 Likes #7
jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is

Hot air.
#8
Bilbo1968
jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is
Hot air.

Yes it produces very hot air :-) oh and lower bills
#9
Bought! Thanks OP! Heat given.
#10
Really good decent fan. Expensive IMO but if you can afford it and need a fan this is the one to buy
7 Likes #11
jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is

Absolute fantasy!

Electricity is roughly three to four times the cost of gas for heating. OK it depends a little on how you are using it, but it is spectacularly more expensive using electricity.
http://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/
#12
What haven't the Chinese cloned this yet lol
1 Like #13
How many amps do these draw?
1 Like #14
Just a bit of a warning - these aren't great as cool air fans (noisy and they don't cool a room that much). Great as warm air fans though so heat added.....ba dum tss!
1 Like #15
Mine has an awful buzz when switched off - apparently this is regarded as normal. Sounds like you've left a speaker and an amp on, but with nothing plugged in.
1 Like #16
stormywhether
How many amps do these draw?

Apparently 2Kw (not that they shout about it!) So what's that - about 8.7/9Amps depending on Voltage?
Typically costing about 30 to 35p per hour to run, depending on tariff.
#17
jase.2
Bought this from dyson ebay last year and when it came it was brand new and sealed although advertised as a refurb

I heard that these are quite noisy in operation. Is that true?
2 Likes #18
aabarcellos
£339 Amazon new
Anyone know why so many refurbished dyson fans

Yeh, Dyson had a lot to refurbish.
#19
Gozer
jase.2
Bought this from dyson ebay last year and when it came it was brand new and sealed although advertised as a refurb
I heard that these are quite noisy in operation. Is that true?

Noisy yes.
3 Likes #20
A £200 fan heater. A bargain because it's not £400.*

*Other 2kW fan heaters are available from around a tenner if you don't actually want to spend all day staring at the immaculate styling.
4 Likes #21
jumpinoffthbed
What haven't the Chinese cloned this yet lol
You had to ask:
https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1g0AJLVXXXXa0XpXXq6xXFXXX4/225728417/HTB1g0AJLVXXXXa0XpXXq6xXFXXX4.jpg?size=75458&height=866&width=750&hash=4e3ec6b72d257af87e1b2179be152d2c
Not the full 2kW but dare say your whole house will be roasting in no time...

Edited By: Kreskin on Mar 15, 2017 20:39
1 Like #22
aabarcellos
£339 Amazon new
Anyone know why so many refurbished dyson fans
I know they had plently of the AM04 and AM05 due to a recall on them a few years ago. Not sure why this model has though
1 Like #23
I have to say , I was really disappointed with these , as a fan they are just not powerful enough , like a gentle breeze blowing , way way overpriced , I've got much better fans which cost £10.
2 Likes #24
Used for 2 days, returned, not worth for that price
#25
Kreskin
jumpinoffthbed
What haven't the Chinese cloned this yet lol
You had to ask:https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1g0AJLVXXXXa0XpXXq6xXFXXX4/225728417/HTB1g0AJLVXXXXa0XpXXq6xXFXXX4.jpg?size=75458&height=866&width=750&hash=4e3ec6b72d257af87e1b2179be152d2c
Not the full 2kW but dare say your whole house will be roasting in no time...

well I want one for the fold.. sorry cold air, but if they're not quiet then I'm not interested. well done finding it tho
#26
snappyfish
Gozer
jase.2
Bought this from dyson ebay last year and when it came it was brand new and sealed although advertised as a refurb
I heard that these are quite noisy in operation. Is that true?
Noisy yes.

75% quieter?
#27
Dyson are absolute crap, you can get something better for far less. This is all form over function. The reason that there are so many refurbs is because they break.
#28
beastlyhax
Dyson are absolute crap, you can get something better for far less. This is all form over function. The reason that there are so many refurbs is because they break.

It is the best fan on the market. That says something about the market which they have very cleverly tapped into.

At £200 its still overpriced by 75%, but you can't compare it to one of those £15 hairdryers that overheat and make your room stink. The fact they can charge £400 to start with tells you how bad the competition is.
Disappointed China didn't think of this first tbh.
1 Like #29
nihcaj
jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is

Absolute fantasy!

Electricity is roughly three to four times the cost of gas for heating. OK it depends a little on how you are using it, but it is spectacularly more expensive using electricity.
http://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/


you are absolutely correct. heater fans that cost £7 will have same efficiency as this. as they produce heat they work close to 100%efficiency.
dyson is a fancy thing doing the same work but has wow factor for showing off to mates.
3 Likes #30
Just to reiterate, absolute gimmick of a product.

All electric heaters convert almost all electricity into heat making them all 99.9%+ efficient.

Any convection or fan heater will heat a given space just as well as this.

Your absolutely mad beyond belief if you use these in place of gas for anything other than instant heat, absolutely not a substitute for central heating for anyone who cares about energy bills.
1 Like #31
On the labour ward last year I was lucky enough to use one of these (or so I thought). After about 5 minutes of this fan I realised it was an overpriced piece of rubbish. Like someone said above it is the same as a gentle breeze and sounds like a lawnmower being used next to your head. Before anyone says it this is before my contractions had started, so I didn't imagine it.
#32
I think the idea "all electric heaters convert all electricity into heat so are near 100% efficient" is a piece of marketing BS that takes advantage of people's ignorance of physics and whilst it is true in many ways, it doesn't translate to practical economics very well at all.
1 Like #33
Big selling point for me with these is they don't have metal grills or exposed heating elements to burn yourself (or curious children) by touching. The remote operation is also brilliant and like anything Dyson, the aftercare warranty is 2nd to none so I'm confident it'll last for years and years if it not, they'll replace it. Sure I could get through 20 x £10 heaters in that time and cost the same but they're generally ugly, don't have remote control, don't do hot & cold or any specific temperature in between, don't rotate and can cause serious injury if touched when hot.
As for the money saving comment, utter sh*te. I have an energy monitor and can see it uses the same as a bog standard £10 heater fan, it'll still cause epic bills if you use it all day regularly.
#34
[quote=s24adm]Big selling point for me with these is they don't have metal grills or exposed heating elements to burn yourself (or curious children) by touching. The remote operation is also brilliant and like anything Dyson, the aftercare warranty is 2nd to none so I'm confident it'll last for years and years if it not, they'll replace it. Sure I could get through 20 x £10 heaters in that time and cost the same but they're generally ugly, don't have remote control, don't do hot & cold or any specific temperature in between, don't rotate and can cause serious injury if touched when hot.
As for the money saving comment, utter sh*te. I have an energy monitor and can see it uses the same as a bog standard £10 heater fan, it'll still cause epic bills if you use it all day regularly.[/Yquote]


Years and years? This has a ONE YEAR warranty!
1 Like #35
The adage about fools and their money has never been more true.

The elephant in the room, of course, is why there is such a huge supply of these manufacturer refurbished devices.
#36
nihcaj
[quote=s24adm]Big selling point for me with these is they don't have metal grills or exposed heating elements to burn yourself (or curious children) by touching. The remote operation is also brilliant and like anything Dyson, the aftercare warranty is 2nd to none so I'm confident it'll last for years and years if it not, they'll replace it. Sure I could get through 20 x £10 heaters in that time and cost the same but they're generally ugly, don't have remote control, don't do hot & cold or any specific temperature in between, don't rotate and can cause serious injury if touched when hot.
As for the money saving comment, utter sh*te. I have an energy monitor and can see it uses the same as a bog standard £10 heater fan, it'll still cause epic bills if you use it all day regularly.[/Yquote]
Years and years? This has a ONE YEAR warranty!
means nothing, I've had parts sent out for dysons that are 7+ years old (even 2nd hand ones I've bought on ebay), free of charge, they are very good in my experience of looking after their customers.
#37
s24adm
nihcaj
[quote=s24adm]Big selling point for me with these is they don't have metal grills or exposed heating elements to burn yourself (or curious children) by touching. The remote operation is also brilliant and like anything Dyson, the aftercare warranty is 2nd to none so I'm confident it'll last for years and years if it not, they'll replace it. Sure I could get through 20 x £10 heaters in that time and cost the same but they're generally ugly, don't have remote control, don't do hot & cold or any specific temperature in between, don't rotate and can cause serious injury if touched when hot.
As for the money saving comment, utter sh*te. I have an energy monitor and can see it uses the same as a bog standard £10 heater fan, it'll still cause epic bills if you use it all day regularly.[/Yquote]
Years and years? This has a ONE YEAR warranty!
means nothing, I've had parts sent out for dysons that are 7+ years old (even 2nd hand ones I've bought on ebay), free of charge, they are very good in my experience of looking after their customers.

I have Dyson products too. Dyson started off with good products and decent service. Not now.
Current vacuum models are junk, and the service now matches. There are plenty of parts for the older vacuum cleaners, which is the precise reason a refurb older model is probably a better idea than a new one, but these over-priced comedy devices are in another league altogether.

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.dyson.co.uk

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/homeowners/dyson.html
#38
Is this the fan that had problems with catching fire?
#39
Doesn't cool a room, just creates a breeze making it seem cooler, but in actual fact heats the room.
#40
ruc
nihcaj
jase.2
hash8511
How are these on electricity consumption?
it has cut my energy use down by around £10 a month - dd dropped by that amount and its much faster at heating the place than the gas central heating is
Absolute fantasy!
Electricity is roughly three to four times the cost of gas for heating. OK it depends a little on how you are using it, but it is spectacularly more expensive using electricity.http://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/
you are absolutely correct. heater fans that cost £7 will have same efficiency as this. as they produce heat they work close to 100%efficiency.
dyson is a fancy thing doing the same work but has wow factor for showing off to mates.

Surely the point of this is that it efficiently distributes the heat around the room.

Yes it will draw the same amount of power as a £7 heater, but because it distributes it quickly around the room you don't need to use it for as long or at the same power level. Thus, saving money.

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