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Fine Elements 2000W Convector Heater £14.99 at Robert Dyas - Free c&c

£14.99 @ Robert Dyas
Good price for this time of year Fine Elements 2000W Convector Heater Warm up your home with this whisper-quiet convector heater. With adjustable power settings and variable temperature controls… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Good price for this time of year

Fine Elements 2000W Convector Heater

Warm up your home with this whisper-quiet convector heater. With adjustable power settings and variable temperature controls, it’s ideal for lasting through those chilly months where the weather changes daily. Plus because it makes barely a sound and comes with integrated carry handles, you can use it in any room of the house.

Type: Convector heater
Power: 2000W (3 settings)
Variable heat settings
Remote control: No
Oscillating: No
Tilt/pivot: No
Safety cut-out: No
Dimensions: H39 x W20 x D53.3cm
Weight: 2.9kg
sajmeister2 Avatar
4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
got it for £13 in B&Q
1 Like #2
gbharatkumar
got it for £13 in B&Q

Showing as £20 for me...here
1 Like #3
£12.99 in home bargains, had these the last few times i have been.
#4
How much does this cost if used for 1 hour on max temperature each night?
#5
I bet it costs a fortune to run.
#6
At least 30p per hour
#7
lighti
How much does this cost if used for 1 hour on max temperature each night?
It has a power rating of 2kW, so if you run it at max setting for 1 hour (so assuming that it will work constantly, without the thermostat ever tripping), it will consume 2kWh of electricity.

How much it will cost depends on the tariff you're on. Typically it's between 12-16p/kWh or so, therefore it won't cost you more than 35 pence per hour (as a ballpark).
1 Like #8
lighti
How much does this cost if used for 1 hour on max temperature each night?
What is your unit rate per kWh on your leccy bill?
Multiply by 2 on max e.g. 14p per kWh = 28p per hour on max.
#9
andynicol
gbharatkumar
got it for £13 in B&Q

Showing as £20 for me...here


it was a black Friday deal
#10
gbharatkumar
andynicol
gbharatkumar
got it for £13 in B&Q
Showing as £20 for me...here
it was a black Friday deal

Damn, all out of plutonium.

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