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Electric Patio Heater - £29.99 @ Woolies

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9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
Ideal for indoor and outdoor use, this Electric Patio Heater looks stylishly modern in a silver-tone finish. It has an easy-tilt head for fully directional heat and reaches to an adjustable height of up to 210cm. Fully weatherproof, it has three heat settings - 650, 1350 and 2000 watt.

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3 heat settings: 650, 1350 and 2000 watt
Height adjustable up to 210cm
Easy pull On/Off switch
Fully weatherproof
Mains powered - not gas!
Easy-tilt head fo fully directional heat
Stylish in silver

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#1
This wouldn't be so bad as an indoor heater. I wouldn't use it outside though for obvious reasons.
I'm not gonna vote this one cold, as it's actually functional for indoor use.
Thanks.
#2
Why wouldn't you use it outside? If it's been tested, achieved kitemark etc, and is weatherproof?

Might be being thick, but can't see what's wrong with using this model outside :-/
1 Like #3
Obviously you missed the global warming debate a few days ago
#4
Obviously :)

Can you enlighten me then? Why it is okay to use inside, but not outside? :-)
[mod]#5
Thanks for your first deal post furrytomatoes :) Very Good price for this !
#6
Scribbles
This wouldn't be so bad as an indoor heater. I wouldn't use it outside though for obvious reasons.
I'm not gonna vote this one cold, as it's actually functional for indoor use.
Thanks.

Fully weatherproof :whistling: :giggle:
#7
i have two that i use outside and they are great i know its electric but you wouldnt put a gas one out in the rain either
#8
I'm lost at the global warming debate bit though, if you use will use this indoors, why will using it outdoors cause global warming issues?!?

I have a waterproof/weatherproof outdoor plug socket to connect it to, the whole unit is BSE endorsed I presume, so what's the problem?? :-/
#9
jmdrizen
I'm lost at the global warming debate bit though, if you use will use this indoors, why will using it outdoors cause global warming issues?!?

I have a waterproof/weatherproof outdoor plug socket to connect it to, the whole unit is BSE endorsed I presume, so what's the problem?? :-/


If you consider it OK to heat up the open air and use 2kw to do it, then fine. I just don't is all.
Heating inside is a necessity, unless you want to live the life of a nomad. Heating the outside is neither responsible nor necessary. Others may have a different take on it, but that is my opinion.
#10
Scribbles
If you consider it OK to heat up the open air and use 2kw to do it, then fine. I just don't is all.
Heating inside is a necessity, unless you want to live the life of a nomad. Heating the outside is neither responsible nor necessary. Others may have a different take on it, but that is my opinion.


Ỳou`ve lost me, so using a 2kw heater inside if you are cold is ok but outside it causes global warming, so if you are cold take it inside and its fine! Whatever you say mate. I`ll go and light up my gas fired one instead!
#11
yeah come on, put a jumper on and dont waste da NRG!
#12
Sorry, didn't mean to start an arguement here :-D

I'll just be quiet and sit under my heater in the corner...
#13
These items totally defy any sort of logic. Why on earth would anyone want to heat up an open space?

In my honest and humble opinion, they should be made illegal.
1 Like #14
blueladd
Ỳou`ve lost me, so using a 2kw heater inside if you are cold is ok but outside it causes global warming, so if you are cold take it inside and its fine! Whatever you say mate. I`ll go and light up my gas fired one instead!


Using a heater needs energy wherever you use it, thereby contributing to global warming. I only use the energy I need, but no more than that. Using a heater outside is akin to washing your clothes in champagne. It may achieve the purpose, but it's a shocking and vulgar waste. I thought this was an easy concept to grasp. Obviously I was wrong.
Unless you are trying to make me look stupid, which I can assure you I am not :x
I can't be bothered with this thread any more. I voted it hot, there endeth my participation.
#15
blueladd
Ỳou`ve lost me, so using a 2kw heater inside if you are cold is ok but outside it causes global warming, so if you are cold take it inside and its fine! Whatever you say mate. I`ll go and light up my gas fired one instead!

They both have some influence on Global Warming. Using a heater inside is superior by miles because it's super efficient. Even after you turn the heater off you may stay warm for several hours inside due to insulation, but outside the heat energy is lost instantly so costs more and does more damage to the environment because you are heating up the Earth faster due to more heat energy being created.

Take cars as another example. Two choices exist. Either you buy a small car and minimise pollution or you use a chelsea tractor for the same journey and potentially quadruple pollution.
#16
Blanco
They both have some influence on Global Warming. Using a heater inside is superior by miles because it's super efficient. Even after you turn the heater off you may stay warm for several hours inside due to insulation, but outside the heat energy is lost instantly so costs more and does more damage to the environment because you are heating up the Earth faster due to more heat energy being created.

Take cars as another example. Two choices exist. Either you buy a small car and minimise pollution or you use a chelsea tractor for the same journey and potentially quadruple pollution.


Exactly.

Anyway, if it's sooo cold u need a heater outside then it'd make sense to come indoors!
#17
Here we go again.........People trying to express there personal views on others........Cant u just say yes its a Gud Buy or a Bad Buy without going into the morals of a Deal............Geeeee ive been and brought a mouse trap but the bloke at the counter didnt lecture me on killing a mouse...........
#18
Blanco
These items totally defy any sort of logic. Why on earth would anyone want to heat up an open space?

In my honest and humble opinion, they should be made illegal.


People waste energy every day, leaving TVs on standby, leaving lights on to light up driveways, hallways etc. Would you make these illegal too?

Banning and making things illegal isn't always the answer, I can see the negatives for the item, as can the positives. Educating is better then banning....
#19
You can't stop global warming.

It is a natural event.

Sit back and enjoy it. :-D :-D
#20
chuf
Here we go again.........People trying to express there personal views on others........Cant u just say yes its a Gud Buy or a Bad Buy without going into the morals of a Deal............Geeeee ive been and brought a mouse trap but the bloke at the counter didnt lecture me on killing a mouse...........


Good point :oops: Should have just said voted hot, good price :-D
#21
chuf
Here we go again.........People trying to express there personal views on others........Cant u just say yes its a Gud Buy or a Bad Buy without going into the morals of a Deal............Geeeee ive been and brought a mouse trap but the bloke at the counter didnt lecture me on killing a mouse...........



When it has the potential to affect other people, then yes, personal views imposed are of the highest importance. If you bought a Gun for personal use I couldn't care less if you shot yourself in the foot since it doesn't really affect others. If Global Warming has the ability to effect myself or future generations then I would be bothered about it. Season acceleration in April is a prime example of a consequence.

The government could start a Green Campaign if they really wanted to. But would they care about your patio heater? I have a feeling VAT may be more important. :giggle:
#22
Cant u just say yes its a Gud Buy or a Bad Buy without going into the morals of a Deal

It's a Bad Buy.
#23
I think its a good buy if you want one, i cant understand why some people have to bang on & on about issues that a few heaters are not going to change. Do the same people go on about every other problem in todays world with such vigour, if they are that bad why have they not been banned, let people buy what they want.
#24
Scribbles
Using a heater needs energy wherever you use it, thereby contributing to global warming. I only use the energy I need, but no more than that. Using a heater outside is akin to washing your clothes in champagne. It may achieve the purpose, but it's a shocking and vulgar waste. I thought this was an easy concept to grasp. Obviously I was wrong.
Unless you are trying to make me look stupid, which I can assure you I am not :x
I can't be bothered with this thread any more. I voted it hot, there endeth my participation.


Washing your clothes in Champagne will only make them smell; it won't clean them. :p
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#27
Passionpantz
I think its a good buy if you want one, i cant understand why some people have to bang on & on about issues that a few heaters are not going to change. Do the same people go on about every other problem in todays world with such vigour, if they are that bad why have they not been banned, let people buy what they want.


And that's the exact problem. A *few*- every penny of VAT adds up just as every joule of heat energy transferred to the O3 layer does- the result is that more people get hay fever, allergies etc unexpectedly because of, for example, freak weather. Indirect consequences but all true. I think only the govt. can impose sanctions to control this.

I'm no tree hugger- but this is pure and simple BS. Sorry, but it is.
#28
To the OP- nothing personal towards you, just a bad idea in general I believe.
banned#29
If we all had one or two of these and used them outside on full power all the time then the earth would warm up quicker and you could then throw them away because the evening would be a balmy 72 degrees and heaters like this will be redundant.

Oh And I also hope that the sea levels rise significantly so I can sell my house with sea views.....quids in......... who said global warming is all bad eh? :thumbsup:
banned#30
Blanco
And that's the exact problem. A *few*- every penny of VAT adds up just as every joule of heat energy transferred to the O3 layer does- the result is that more people get hay fever, allergies etc unexpectedly because of, for example, freak weather. Indirect consequences but all true. I think only the govt. can impose sanctions to control this.

I'm no tree hugger- but this is pure and simple BS. Sorry, but it is.


So would the ice age not have happened if the dinosaurs had all used outside patio heaters?
#31
who would have thought a heater could start all this :)

I live in Scotland and while it's warm when the suns out, when it disappears it gets very cold this time of year, so after the last barbeque we had and everybody was freezing we thought we would get one of these.
Incidentally, while I'm outside the central heating in my house is off as is everyone else's who is at our party I would imagine, therefore in a drunken party scottish kind of a way we are all doing our bit for the environment :p
#32
every patio heater thread descends into a pro green party political broadcast.

its pathetic.

no one can comment unless they are truly living a full green lifestyle.

i'm sure a couple of hundred patio heater sold on here because of this thread makes a big difference to global warming.

unlike all the yanks driving 5 litre cars and paying 10 bob for a gallon of gas.
banned#33
N20Y1D
So would the ice age not have happened if the dinosaurs had all used outside patio heaters?



I cant believe there was an ice age with all those dinosaurs farting.......surely all that gas would have kept things toastie. Its funny how much heat I generate after one Vindaloo....:whistling:

PS.. We do our little bit by recycling our plastic, only to find it is shipped to China and burnt.... The 'dont s**t on your own doorstep' attitude is alive and kicking...why bother.
#34
copthis1
We do our little bit by recycling our plastic, only to find it is shipped to China and burnt.... The 'dont s**t on your own doorstep' attitude is alive and kicking...why bother.


BS like what you illustrate is the whole reason I get so passionate about this stuff. If left to our own devices, the world would be doomed and we would still be pumping waste out into the sea, harpooning majestic whales and clubbing baby seals.
Education, however uncomfortable it is to listen to, is all important if we don't want our luvly garden patios to be under 5m of water 100 years from now.
Arguement is OK, in fact pretty cool, if it educates :thumbsup:
As far as the arguement is concerned, why do you think I used the vague phrase "for obvious reasons"? :-D I tried to steer away from this, but it happened anyway LOL
#35
Geoggy
every patio heater thread descends into a pro green party political broadcast.

its pathetic.

no one can comment unless they are truly living a full green lifestyle.

i'm sure a couple of hundred patio heater sold on here because of this thread makes a big difference to global warming.

unlike all the yanks driving 5 litre cars and paying 10 bob for a gallon of gas.


That's subjective.
#36
Blanco
When it has the potential to affect other people, then yes, personal views imposed are of the highest importance. If you bought a Gun for personal use I couldn't care less if you shot yourself in the foot since it doesn't really affect others. If Global Warming has the ability to effect myself or future generations then I would be bothered about it. Season acceleration in April is a prime example of a consequence.

The government could start a Green Campaign if they really wanted to. But would they care about your patio heater? I have a feeling VAT may be more important. :giggle:


Thanks for the reply..........:whistling:
But if i wanted to know about all of that id have gone to a site that would have told me this.......:thinking: .........i come here to gett Great Bargains................:-D
#37
Was gonna get one - but damn the world, think I'm gonna splash out on TWO!!!!

Voted this HOT HOT HOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#38
chuf
Thanks for the reply..........:whistling:
But if i wanted to know about all of that id have gone to a site that would have told me this.......:thinking: .........i come here to gett Great Bargains................:-D

No problem... ignorance is bliss until poop hits the fan http://smiliesftw.com/x/fling.gif
#39
Every member of this forum could buy one of these heaters and use it and it still wouldnt do half the amount of damage to the enviroment that one of Chinas new fleet of super power stations will do.

Why preach to people on here about green issues when its a forum about Hot Deals!
#40
What are these patio heaters like , any good at keeping you warm on cold nights in the garden?

Dont really like the look of it but £30 aint to bad , doubt it was ever £100 though

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