HALOGEN PATIO HEATER 75% OFF: £6.25 + POSTAGE (WAS £25) - HotUKDeals
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Enjoy the cooler days and evenings with this easy to fit Proteam patio heater. Ideal for patios, garages or workshops, this halogen patio heater will provide instantaneous heat output.

Brand Proteam
Cable Length 5m
Features of Product Ideal for patio's, garages or workshops Instantaneous heat Simple to fit Enjoy the cooler days and evenings
Kw Output 1200kW
Product Depth 36 cm
Product Height 20 cm
Product Weight 3.625kg
Product Width 27 cm
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#1
If someone could add an image for me it would be appreciated
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Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!
#3
heres direct link, voted how

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-9010.aspx
1 Like #4
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!

yup - would it kill you to put a sweater on?

BTW, on the spec. It's not 1200kW, it's either 1.2kW or 1200W (otherwise your electricity bills will be phenominal)
#5
Leska, just out of curiosity; I thought these were much better for the environment than traditional gas patio heaters as they use much less energy and through radiation heat the body directly instead of the air around you (as traditional patio heaters do). I believe they cost around 10p per hour to run, as opposed to about £1 per hour with gas oil heaters, meaning they use much less energy.

Any thoughts?
#6
pete, i believe you are right about the spec LOL. I just copied what Tesco's had written.
#7
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/0/AW07202-9010TPS258594.jpg
#8
Link and photo added.
I'd be interested to see if anyone has seen these around at any price like this. I've been watching out for these for a while and Tesco's original price of £25 still seems much cheaper than I have seen elsewhere
#9
I have used a different type of halogen heater and they are mild to say the least.


You could probably stand under this all night without burning.
#10
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


yawn

these are good, i've got one as you say infrared only heats objects not the air, not really that cheap to run as just the same a a 1 bar electric fire but better for the plannet than the gas patio heaters and cheaper by being much more efficient too.

max range I would say is about 3metres , the bulbs cost more than this - get it

its a bargain even with the postage on top
banned#11
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!



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#12
LESKA;1673853
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!

Nah sooner think about myself first , thanks ;)
Do u believe everything u read .......bet you drive a car dont ya:roll:
#13
some report recently showed that the big gas patio heaters produce 30kg of co2 per year. sounds like a lot, right? well yer average car (160g/km) gives out that in a single 120 mile journey. So the way i see it, i can either drive to london and back, or i can put a fat heater in my garden all year. guess which i'm going for :)
banned#14
Hmmmmmm...... I may just jump in my V12 4.2 litre Jaguar and pop over to my local Tesco, buy one of these heaters, a value chicken....... some battery eggs....... a Kilo of red meat, a case of Stella, abox of disposable nappies and a gross of 'old style' 100 watt lightbulbs and anything else that I can find that the brainwashed tut at whenever it gets posted on this site...:roll:
#15
http://www.heatinfrared.co.uk/Linquartz%20Rainproof.htm

I have had the 3 kW version for some years now. It was rarely used last year with the cost of electricy going up so much. It does warm a "useable" area but not the 9sqm they say.
These smaller ones may take the edge off the cold but only for the one sat directly underneath it. But for £6 give it a go.

btw I've gone stainless steel firepit this year so I'll offset my carbon footprint with a couple of apple trees.
#16
I have a big ass Patio heater , u dont even use them all year long lol

I cycle and use the gross public transport so i do more for the environment then someone who drives......what winds me up is idiots who are to lazy to walk kids to school and feel that taking them in Huge big ass range rovers is the norm

And people wonder why kids are getting fatter
#17
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


I'll have two!
#18
Voted HOT!
#19
I'm sorry, but if this works on electricity, doesn't that mean that someone who gets their power from renewable energy sources isn't doing any harm at all?

Voted Hot
#20
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


Was thinking of heating the whole garden....I think about ten would do it ;-)
#21
Think I'm going to get some to dry my clothes. Stuff using the tumble dryer.
#22
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


ouh i think its better for the enviroment that whats comign out the exhaust of my 2 stroke bike lmao

and yeah these are good got 4 in my garrage
#23
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


screw the planet and my kids i just wanna be warm
#24
Actually , I think you could get a nice tan from that Halogen bulb ,
Hot Hot Hot
#25
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


I am thinking of my children and they are cold. Forgive the irony - heat added.:whistling:
1 Like #26
I wish people in general would take global warming seriously. This ignorant "you've been brainwashed" attitude isn't getting us anywhere. Granted the UK's contribution to total CO2 emissions is actually quite small but its a delicate balance and you have to start somewhere.

That said this is a great deal. Nice find!
#27
Man, these will be great to bring on my ski holiday so I can sit outside all day in the snow. I'll take 4.
#28
On a serious note, I do take global warming seriously, I drive an economical car, walk my son to school and to the shops and use low energy lught bulbs. I hame energy efficient appliances and my house is fully insulated.

Get some perspective these use no more power than the little fan heaters people use in the winter when they are a little chilly.

Not everything printed in the Daily Mail is the balanced facts you think they are :p
#29
Read somewhere that based on typical useage, a Plasma TV is far more 'polluting' than a Patio heater.
#30
Im having problems loggin in on Tesco's site, anyone else having this problem??

:x
#31
Works fine for me
#32
nice one 2 ordered - like the sim card trick works a treat

can you return the sim for a refund ????? or am I being greedy:whistling:
#33
How do you get free delivery? For me its showing i have to pay 6 pound something for delivery, Even though i have added a 2.97 sim card aswell?
#34
LESKA
Really really bad for the environment- think of the planet, think of your children before buying one of these.... please!


so was invading iraq..i thought then i bought two.
#35
Bully
so was invading iraq..i thought then i bought two.



:thumbsup::-D
#36
These are actually what is used to dispose of excess power from wind generators when the batteries they charge are at capacity and there is no other available power drain.

An excellent price and far better from all perspectives than the gas ones.
#37
Bully
so was invading iraq..i thought then i bought two.


To be environmentally friendly - we need a George Bush and Tony Bliar burner. :whistling::whistling::whistling:
#38
janz70
nice one 2 ordered - like the sim card trick works a treat

can you return the sim for a refund ????? or am I being greedy:whistling:


Thow it in the bin so it ends up in landfill, give the do-gooders something else to moan about

(Warning... above comment is what us non Daily Mail readers consider a joke)
#39
@LESKA, I don't bother posting the 'planet killer' posts anymore. I merely forgive and pity them, for they plainly know not what they do.
#40
ibiza
These are actually what is used to dispose of excess power from wind generators when the batteries they charge are at capacity and there is no other available power drain.

An excellent price and far better from all perspectives than the gas ones.


yes but im wondering if it will be too powerful for my wee tortoise?
mind you he aint moved much last week


:whistling:

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