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Heaters £1.00 @ B&M instore

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2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
My mums just been to her local b&m on Chesterfield road sheffield to purchase one of these heaters for £9.99 when she arrived at the till it scan threw at £1 the cashier told her it was because they was last years stock not sure If nationwide but worth getting an assistant to give you a quick price check if your after one
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Henvig
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.

Capital G on 'good' please as it is the first word in your sentence. ;)
29 Likes
generationz
Henvig
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.

Capital G on 'good' please as it is the first word in your sentence. ;)
scarper... it's the feds!
12 Likes
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.
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Hot!!
And hopefully I will be tomorrow, if they've any left X)
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ebZan
I would avoid these types of heaters..I Accidently dropped one face down while on and it burnt my carpet very badly. They do have auto shut off when lifted or not in the stand but if dropped the hear will burn through! but they do give a good amount of heat...


they burn your face too!!... also the light is blinding!

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1 Like #1
Thanks for posting :)
12 Likes #2
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.
12 Likes #3
Hot!!
And hopefully I will be tomorrow, if they've any left X)
1 Like #4
Henvig
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.
hahahaha
1 Like #5
I would avoid these types of heaters..I Accidently dropped one face down while on and it burnt my carpet very badly. They do have auto shut off when lifted or not in the stand but if dropped the hear will burn through! but they do give a good amount of heat...
7 Likes #6
ebZan
I would avoid these types of heaters..I Accidently dropped one face down while on and it burnt my carpet very badly. They do have auto shut off when lifted or not in the stand but if dropped the hear will burn through! but they do give a good amount of heat...


they burn your face too!!... also the light is blinding!
#7
upc barcode?
#8
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters
#9
Nice price, will check out my local tomorrow. Do you have the barcode number? thanks
#10
not at my store, £9.99 still
#11
These efficient? Guess so if for one room? I do have one but forgot about it till now.
#12
Had one of these for over 18mths and it's well worth full price for being portable and it belts out the heat. Nice find if you can get one for £1.
51 Likes #13
Henvig
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.

Capital G on 'good' please as it is the first word in your sentence. ;)
1 Like #14
Hot :) thanks !
29 Likes #15
generationz
Henvig
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.

Capital G on 'good' please as it is the first word in your sentence. ;)
scarper... it's the feds!
#16
oh yeah threw should be spelt "through"
#17
Proof please
#18
LOL- at comments,good find if you get it for £1...
#19
The bulbs tend to go on these, not bad for a quid though
#20
Good price but when I brought a bigger one of these a while back it took a hell of a long time to heat a small space, unless you want the direct heat on you i cant see it being that effective.
#21
Henvig
good find, wait for the literacy police OP, they'll be along making themselves known.


At the end of the day I understood exactly what the OP was saying. But yes good to get in like you did for that very reason. Heat
#22
deadleg22
These efficient? Guess so if for one room? I do have one but forgot about it till now.

Timely post but someone always questions the efficiency of these type of heaters.

PS. Always been a fan of stream of consciousness.

Edited By: Rom on Dec 10, 2014 21:49
#23
Heat...................... harf-harf-harf!!
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db99
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters

All electric heaters have exactly the same efficiency (100%) and so cost exactly the same to run for the same kWh rating-so it makes no difference to your running costs whichever you choose.
An oil filled rad will hold the heat a little longer, but is slower to warm up.
Electric heating (non-E7) is about 3 times more expensive to run than gas CH.
#25
Good find
3 Likes #26
andybrock
db99
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters

All electric heaters have exactly the same efficiency (100%) and so cost exactly the same to run for the same kWh rating-so it makes no difference to your running costs whichever you choose.
An oil filled rad will hold the heat a little longer, but is slower to warm up.
Electric heating (non-E7) is about 3 times more expensive to run than gas CH.
tis indeed a scientific fact. give that man a diploma.
1 Like #27
andybrock
db99
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters

All electric heaters have exactly the same efficiency (100%) and so cost exactly the same to run for the same kWh rating-so it makes no difference to your running costs whichever you choose.
An oil filled rad will hold the heat a little longer, but is slower to warm up.
Electric heating (non-E7) is about 3 times more expensive to run than gas CH.

Depends on the where and way it is used. I have used a 800w of halogen and 800w oil filled rad....there is a hands on winner for instant heat and better warming of the body in a large room, with only 1 or 2 people working in there, rather than waiting for the whole room to warm up (with a 800w rad it never will)
1 Like #28
These double up as a spotlight too :)
banned#29
Hot hot hot so hot deal
#30
Hilarious, cheers guys. no flamedeers, but gave me a smile.
#31
these are harmful to your eyes. trust me on that
1 Like #32
db99
andybrock
db99
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters

All electric heaters have exactly the same efficiency (100%) and so cost exactly the same to run for the same kWh rating-so it makes no difference to your running costs whichever you choose.
An oil filled rad will hold the heat a little longer, but is slower to warm up.
Electric heating (non-E7) is about 3 times more expensive to run than gas CH.

Depends on the where and way it is used. I have used a 800w of halogen and 800w oil filled rad....there is a hands on winner for instant heat and better warming of the body in a large room, with only 1 or 2 people working in there, rather than waiting for the whole room to warm up (with a 800w rad it never will)

There is no difference. The amount of heat you get will be whatever energy (electricity) is used.
They both heat mostly by convection with some radiated heat.
#33
concept151
andybrock
db99
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters

All electric heaters have exactly the same efficiency (100%) and so cost exactly the same to run for the same kWh rating-so it makes no difference to your running costs whichever you choose.
An oil filled rad will hold the heat a little longer, but is slower to warm up.
Electric heating (non-E7) is about 3 times more expensive to run than gas CH.
tis indeed a scientific fact. give that man a diploma.
#34
Voted hot due to the fire risk not the deal
1 Like #35
andybrock
db99
andybrock
db99
good source of heat, more economical than fan heaters

All electric heaters have exactly the same efficiency (100%) and so cost exactly the same to run for the same kWh rating-so it makes no difference to your running costs whichever you choose.
An oil filled rad will hold the heat a little longer, but is slower to warm up.
Electric heating (non-E7) is about 3 times more expensive to run than gas CH.

Depends on the where and way it is used. I have used a 800w of halogen and 800w oil filled rad....there is a hands on winner for instant heat and better warming of the body in a large room, with only 1 or 2 people working in there, rather than waiting for the whole room to warm up (with a 800w rad it never will)

There is no difference. The amount of heat you get will be whatever energy (electricity) is used.
They both heat mostly by convection with some radiated heat.

Disagree - it won't be exactly 100%. A Halogen heater will also lose some extra energy by way of light, so efficiencies will vary slightly.
#36
They give a tremendous amount of directional heat in front of the grill and will burn you, if you get too close , while the rest of the room is cold and or takes ages to warm up.

A convector heater is far more efficient at heating up a room . OPs heater is good if you want to brand somebody or your furniture.

Even so good price for a Pound , any chance of a bar code ?
1 Like #37
Bought one like this a couple of years ago whilst waiting for the boiler engineer to come out. Light and effective. Longer lasting heat than a fan and quicker than oil filled. Pretty frugal for the heat output.
2 Likes #38
I have 2; 1 in lounge, 1 in bedroom. I use them only really when its cold when I first come in and want instant heat, it doesnt last in the room long once it's heated the room up but excellent for 10/20 mins until the central heatings up to speed. Or even just for getting changed in front of if chilly.

I even throw a t shirt on it and turn it on for 10 seconds so the material is not cold to put on! (But do this at your own risk obviously!)
#39
Good price but doubt anyone else will find them at a quid. It would help if there was a barcode.
2 Likes #40
Omg! No punctuation whatsoever. 'My mum's or 'My mum has'. It 'scanned through' not scan threw :). Commas and fullstops wouldn't hurt.

Hot deal all the same!!!!

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