Honeywell Fsw505E Frostwatch Heater - £9.77 @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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Honeywell Fsw505E Frostwatch Heater - £9.77 @ Currys

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Available instore or online. £21.49 @ Argos.

Features:
1 heat setting.
Frost protection.
Safety cut out switch.
Direct thermostat regulation
Size (H)26, (W)28, (D)11cm.
Manufacturers 3 years guarantee
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
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#2
I got one of these from B&Q a couple of years ago for about £10 (in the sale).

It does a good job of keeping the GSXR warm (well frost free) in it's shed.

Good deal :thumbsup:
#3
Reserved for store pickup. Heat & rep added.
#4
Good ol' Currys.

Quote from Technical Specification: Frost protection? NO :whistling:

Thanks for posting this. A really excellent price.
#5
oh i didnt realise this was a good offer. i saw it in currys in the beginning of january
#6
Can anyone confirm whether or not this does have a variable thermostat? Product spec says no, but don't see the point in it if it doesn't. Looking for something to keep the chill off my kitchen as there is no heating in there and is always cold so I just keep the door shut to save the rest of the house!
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Can anyone confirm whether or not this does have a variable thermostat? Product spec says no, but don't see the point in it if it doesn't. Looking for something to keep the chill off my kitchen as there is no heating in there and is always cold so I just keep the door shut to save the rest of the house!


bottom right of picture says yes...
#8
The lowest you can set this heater to come on is +5 degrees centigrade. Thought I'd mention this as many of the other websites selling this heater claim that the minimum is -3 degrees centigrade.

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