Mini Oil-filled radiator (700W) - just £8.98 @ Tesco (in store) ! - HotUKDeals
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Prem-I-Air Mini Oil-filled radiator (700W) - just £8.98 @ Tesco (in store) !

Bargain price for oil-filled radiator. According to Store Manager, this is a nationwide clearance.

Features: 7 Fins | 1 heat setting | Adjustable Thermostat | Power ON indicator light | Quiet & Economic
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#1
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#2
Good price edi :) Thanks for the pointer!
#3
hot hot hot :)
#4
good find
#5
Seems a little cold for a hot product :giggle:
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Paid about 30 odd quid for the Delonghi Bambino version of this recently from Costco. Quite handy just to put on a very low setting in the child's bedroom in case the temp. drops to freezing and all the bedclothes fall off. Very safe and not too hot to the touch. Voted hot, I'd have one if I didn't already. Just a point to note however this is only a 700W heater so it's OK for "background" heating or stopping a room from feeling chilly (eg a conservatory) - for warming up an average size room from cold it will take quite a while though. There are bigger and better ones for this purpose eg The Delonghi Dragon rated at 3KW. Hope this helps guys.
#7
At this price, you could buy 4 of these Tesco ones for less than the price of the Delonghi Dragon - that should get the room warming up almost as fast :)
#8
Hi, guys. This is my first post. it's really good price and nice heater. I went to few shops in London, but they are no stock at all, even I asked the staff they do not know the deal.
Would you like to tell me where did you get it?
Thanx.
#9
does it come with free silicon?
#10
edi do you work for tesco !:whistling:
#11
mark333
edi do you work for tesco !:whistling:


No I dont... :-D

Spotted this in Gallions Reach Tesco Extra :thumbsup:
#12
great price thanks edi :)
[mod]#13
Very good price, thanks edi :thumbsup:

[I]edi do you work for tesco !:whistling:

[/I]

lol!
#14
This will be ideal for our small conservatory and probably cheaper than the fan heater we currently have... Shame we don't have a tesco.
#15
I got them, thanks edi.
#16
Don't think this deal is nationwide as I went looking for it to the Tesco Extra in Reading and ended up paying 13 odd quid :x ...Lucky if you managed to get one for 8.98, cant go wromg at that price.
#17
joesandeep
Don't think this deal is nationwide as I went looking for it to the Tesco Extra in Reading and ended up paying 13 odd quid :x ...Lucky if you managed to get one for 8.98, cant go wromg at that price.



Joesandeep,

Just go to checkout, it charges £8.98. because we saw the tag 13 quids as well, but when we checked out, it charged £8.98.
#18
thanks to the op

just went to tesco bradford canal road and picked one up for £8.98

just to let everyone else know they had about 20-30 more there so hurry and grab one quick!

might pick a few more up later

switched it on and its very good, i thought it would be hot to touch only but it makes the room nice and warm!

very good spot edi

regards

yus786
#19
Wonder what it costs per hour to run?
#20
hmm true, i was thinking about keeping mine on all night but i was wonderin it would cost alot

does anyone know??

regards
#22
Unfortunatley not, I was charged 13.XX at checkout...may be I should have asked..:-(
#23
smiffy66
Wonder what it costs per hour to run?
Obviously it depends on the actual price of the electricity you buy but typical price is around 15p to 20p per unit.
(Refer to your own electricity bill for actual unit cost)

As this uses 700W then it will cost a maximum of 10.5p - 14p per hour, but perhaps less if the ambient temperature is warm enough for this unit to cut out occassionally once the room is at the desired temperature. i.e. it depends how high you set the thermostat.


Follow on units (those after you've effectively paid for the 'free' standing charge) are about 8p - 13p meaning the cost to run will be about 5.6p to 9.1p per hour, or less. If you still pay a standing charge, all your units are probably charged at this rate. (ignoring the likes of Economy 7 tariff)
#24
thank you very much premier :D

regards
#25
i managed to grab one from Tesco Extra in Stevenage for 8.95
#26
zarang
i managed to grab one from Tesco Extra in Stevenage for 8.95


Thanks for the feedback & welcome to HUKD zarang :thumbsup:

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