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Lloytron British Standard Approved 2000 W Fan Heater was £19.99 now £12.61 Prime or £17.24 non prime @ Amazon

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2 Heat settings Variable thermostat Auto saftey cut-off Prone or upright positions Approx. 1.5m BS approved mains cord Read More
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2 Heat settings

Variable thermostat

Auto saftey cut-off

Prone or upright positions

Approx. 1.5m BS approved mains cord
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#1
are these those ones that overheat and blow up?
#2
Quad
are these those ones that overheat and blow up?
I don't know, do you?
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Quad
are these those ones that overheat and blow up?


No you're thinking of the latest Samsung "smart" phone.
#4
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
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androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
#6
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.


Hi quad, yes I mean the halogen Ines that light up a warm glow. In what ways would they be annoying to live with?
#7
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
I can't imagine it being any more expensive to run than a 2000W halogen heater...
#8
androidavis
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
Hi quad, yes I mean the halogen Ines that light up a warm glow. In what ways would they be annoying to live with?
a warm glow? Cute way to describe it. The one I had was more like a floodlight on/off constantly.

Edited By: Quad on Oct 24, 2016 13:00
#9
paul_merton
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
I can't imagine it being any more expensive to run than a 2000W halogen heater...
The whole point of halogen is that its cheaper to run. Oil and halogen are cheapest. Fan heaters are up there with most expensive along with bar fires.

Edited By: Quad on Oct 24, 2016 13:03
#10
Quad
paul_merton
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
I can't imagine it being any more expensive to run than a 2000W halogen heater...
The whole point of halogen is that its cheaper to run. Oil and halogen are cheapest. Fan heaters are up there with most expensive along with bar fires.
You sound like an expert. How much cheaper is it to run a 2000W halogen heater than this 2000W fan heater?
#11
paul_merton
Quad
paul_merton
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
I can't imagine it being any more expensive to run than a 2000W halogen heater...
The whole point of halogen is that its cheaper to run. Oil and halogen are cheapest. Fan heaters are up there with most expensive along with bar fires.
You sound like an expert. How much cheaper is it to run a 2000W halogen heater than this 2000W fan heater?
Im not an expert. Im not your mother or your teacher either. Go google your own info.
#12
Quad
androidavis
Quad
androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
Hi quad, yes I mean the halogen Ines that light up a warm glow. In what ways would they be annoying to live with?
a warm glow? Cute way to describe it. The one I had was more like a floodlight on/off constantly.


Oh you mean the light itself is annoying to live with - I got you now. Thanks
#13
I am also now wondering why a halogen heater is cheaper if they are consuming the same amount of electricity. Is it because halogen heaters take much less time to heat up a room than a fan heater, so therefore spending less to achieve the same result?
#14
Quad
are these those ones that overheat and blow up?
If it is the same build as the ones we had at work, then sort of yes.

Two melted and the other fizzled out in a small shower of sparks. It goes for any heater that you should never leave it on and unmonitored. These ones though, I wouldn't have it on without watching it constantly.

Well actually, I wouldn't have it on - I'd throw it away...
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Gone up 12p to £12.61 have amended for OP

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