Funky retro style 13KW patio heater less than half price was £230 now £114 maybe less - HotUKDeals
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Memphis coloured retro style patio heater in black, red, cream, blue and pink they look pretty cool in the right surroundings and hopefully keep your party going into the evening or on cooler days. Possible quidco at 5% or 6% too and you might be able to get one of these in store with the extra 10% off on a Wednesday if you are or know a pensioner.

Cover is also available in the link too at half price.

There's a stainless steel one too at £174ish if that takes your fancy but I guess there's more competition available in stainless.
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[helper]#1
Arent these really bad?? Green-wise I mean.
#2
If i had the money i would get one, alot nicer than the usual ones
#3
Qavdirect have almost identical design also 13kw for £94.95 with free delivery. Haven't used them so don't know what the service is like though.

Sorry cold from me

Quick edit. They dont have the flash colours.
#4
Carbon, Carbon, Carbon. Wear a sweater.
1 Like #5
bytemaster
Carbon, Carbon, Carbon. Wear a sweater.


Carbon, carbon carbon. Turn off your computer and stop wasting electricity if you're just going to post useless comments that have nothing to do with the deal.
#6
bytemaster
Carbon, Carbon, Carbon. Wear a sweater.



Well maybe you could offset by taking up my only other lukewarm deal of a cycle to work.
1 Like #7
COLD....

Use so much electricity.

Knit a cardigan.
#8
billyoftheknight
COLD....

Use so much electricity.

Knit a cardigan.


Seeing as they are GAS heaters I think you'll be ok with your electricity bill :thumbsup:
1 Like #9
I'd rather stick plastic forks in my eyes than buy one of these.
#10
Some people need to get a grip, i bet at least some you people on here complaining about carbon, always drive to the shops, take your kids to school in your 4x4 etc so dont judge others.

The end of the day that is a good price for a patio heater and thats what this site is about, finding good deals not about if the product mentioned is eco friendly. Voted hot (like you would be with one of these ;) )
#11
stupid waste of energy/ planets resources.......cold
#12
craigthaagensen
stupid waste of energy/ planets resources.......cold


Do you heat the inside of your house, could you not just wear a coat?

It really irritates me when people complain about being environmentally friendly when you can guarantee that they could easily use less resources.

Not that I'm against some environmentally friendly measures, but seriously, how much difference do you think a patio heater makes, especially when it probably won't be used more than once a week during the summer months.
#13
Seriously...when it comes to the whole 'green' thing...i try and do my bit..use the green bin etc....but until China and the USA do their bit...China in particular, do you really think that anything we do here in tiny tiny UK land is going to make a blind bit of difference???!!!

Beside which, a few weeks ago we were all told to 'turn evrything off'...lights, tv's on standby etc, then what did I se yesterday plastered on a bus??!!!....a police advertisement, telling us to switch everything on...cos its prevents burglars!!!!...so whats more important....turning your ligths off and making no impact whatsoever on a global scale...or stopping your house from getting its contents swiped and put on ebay?!?
#14
Darv
Do you heat the inside of your house, could you not just wear a coat?

It really irritates me when people complain about being environmentally friendly when you can guarantee that they could easily use less resources.

Not that I'm against some environmentally friendly measures, but seriously, how much difference do you think a patio heater makes, especially when it probably won't be used more than once a week during the summer months.


actually I do my part so dont make assumptions, I use less than 50% of what average electricity use is and 2/3 of what average gas consumption is.

an outdoor heater is by design stupidly inefficient there is no real argument for using one other than for a one off kinda basis once or twice a year if you claim to give a dam about the environment in the least,I cant however see how they can be defended for use other than this though as they are clearly polluters.

its easy to condemn those who dont want to waste\have environmental concerns, because lets face it we all would rather be treated luxuriously in warmth etc on some level. so lets blame someone else so we dont have to give a rats ass china and usa etc etc
its alot easier

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