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Patio Heater @ Aldi for £69.99

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9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
These brilliant heaters will bathe your patio with welcome warmth, so the after dinner conversation can continue well into the night.

Large 76cm aluminium reflector
Stainless steel burner
Propane gas powered (gas not included)
Variable control 3-12kW
Flame failure device
Gas regulator included
Size: 2300 (H) × 760mm (W)
Propane gas powered
Piezo ignition
Wheels for easy moving
Available in: Silver, Green, Bronze finishes
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#1
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#2
Looks good esims84 :)
#3
thanks for that, might take a look, some other good offers too. :thumbsup:
#4
this is the cheapest ive seen them, will have a look at them on saturday
1 Like #5
These are also great for burning holes in the ozone layer. Think I'll vote cold and stay cold.
#6
I agree - these things are planet killers!

(If you want to kill the planet though, this is a cheap way to do it :) )
#7
rod147
These are also great for burning holes in the ozone layer. Think I'll vote cold and stay cold.


lmao.

the %0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 (wheres the infinity button?) it contributes to the UK's %2 global contribution. world saving.
#8
Alternatively, put on a jumper and use the 70 quid to insulate your home.
#9
Decentbloke
Alternatively, put on a jumper and use the 70 quid to insulate your home.


now that's a good idea.
#10
Spot the people who don't have parties in the Summer. when the sun goes in and the drinks are flowing but people wish to remain outside and enjoy the summer night these are great. You could hand out all your old Christmas jumpers for people to wear as an alternative though should you wish
#11
Guy H
Spot the people who don't have parties in the Summer. when the sun goes in and the drinks are flowing but people wish to remain outside and enjoy the summer night these are great. You could hand out all your old Christmas jumpers for people to wear as an alternative though should you wish


If you prioritise garden parties in front of the future of the planet, then these are great. Personally, i'm happy to sit out on the patio in short sleeves in the summer. And the ...
Actually, let's forget the global warming debate LOL If you want one, it's a good price. :thumbsup:
I personally can't get my conscience to make the compromise and buy one of these planet killers. But I suppose they serve a purpose :?
#12
Maybe someone with experience of these can advise on the cost of the required propane cylinder. It looks like it would produce a lot of wasted energy with hot air rising. I think something lower to the ground but located somewhere preventing people touching it & burning themselves would be better.

With some alcohol in you feel less of the cold anyway.
#13
Scribbles
If you prioritise garden parties in front of the future of the planet, then these are great. Personally, i'm happy to sit out on the patio in short sleeves in the summer. And the ...
Actually, let's forget the global warming debate LOL If you want one, it's a good price. :thumbsup:
I personally can't get my conscience to make the compromise and buy one of these planet killers. But I suppose they serve a purpose :?


you hug a tree and I'll get drunk in warmth :thumbsup:
#14
firespire
Maybe someone with experience of these can advise on the cost of the required propane cylinder. It looks like it would produce a lot of wasted energy with hot air rising. I think something lower to the ground but located somewhere preventing people touching it & burning themselves would be better.

With some alcohol in you feel less of the cold anyway.


a £10 to £15 cylinder will probably last you a couple of summers, but you're right that at least 95% of the heat produced is not felt by humans, only the pain for the next few hundred years - there is ongoing debate about various govts banning the manufacture and sale of these.
#15
rod147
These are also great for burning holes in the ozone layer. Think I'll vote cold and stay cold.


Why do people who are clearly never going to buy one of these, lecture us on the ethics of the product

For the product it's a good deal. Just because you don't want one...you vote cold.... Not really in the spirit of HUKD.
#16
Maybe someone with experience of these can advise on the cost of the required propane cylinder.

According to calor gas....£21.49 for 13kg inc delivery......BUT.... if you don't already have a gas cylinder,it will cost another £28.99 for one.
#17
[QUOTE=iglimpse]Why do people who are clearly never going to buy one of these, lecture us on the ethics of the product

I seriously was thinking of buying one of these things until I read about the appalling environmetal cost...

see

http://environment.guardian.co.uk/energy/story/0,,2050776,00.html

'According to the Energy Savings Trust a propane-fuelled heater with an output of 12.5kw will produce about 34.9kg of carbon dioxide before the fuel runs out after about 13 hours.

This is the equivalent to the amount of energy used to make approximately 5,200 cups of tea, or 400 cups for every hour the heater is running.'
1 Like #18
iglimpse
Why do people who are clearly never going to buy one of these, lecture us on the ethics of the product

For the product it's a good deal. Just because you don't want one...you vote cold.... Not really in the spirit of HUKD.


I think people are perfectly entitled to vote cold if they believe a product is ethically unsound. Would you vote hot on a nice mink coat?

These heaters are environmental obscenities - thankfully some retailers are recognising this......

"We're delighted that Wyevale has decided to stop selling patio heaters, and urge other retailers to follow suit. Using a patio heater for just one hour can waste enough energy to make 400 cups of tea. Climate change is the biggest threat the planet faces and the responsible thing for companies to do is to stop selling the most polluting products"
1 Like #19
iglimpse
Why do people who are clearly never going to buy one of these, lecture us on the ethics of the product

For the product it's a good deal. Just because you don't want one...you vote cold.... Not really in the spirit of HUKD.


It's a hot topic at the mo, if you'll pardon the pun. If you want one, buy one. Don't have a go at people for raising the issues - you're free to ignore them (as you seem happy to).

Look at it this way though: would you want to put a radiator on in your house and leave all the windows and doors open? You're literally trying to heat up the open air (and get the benefit of a tiny proportion of the heat before it rises).

Drink more while the sun is out, and you won't feel the cold so much ;-)

(Or put a jumper on.)
#20
I would not waste my time and energy voting on something I don't want.

You are here like the rest of us looking for good deals, this is a good deal. If you don't want one - that's fine. But it is unfair to vote cold on a deal.

If you object, jJust leave it alone (or report it to admin). We don't come here for a lecture. I am entitled to my opinion as well.
#21
iglimpse
Why do people who are clearly never going to buy one of these, lecture us on the ethics of the product

For the product it's a good deal. Just because you don't want one...you vote cold.... Not really in the spirit of HUKD.


People are lecturing you because, until you get your own planet to mess up, your doing it to ours. :)
#22
ixi
your doing it to ours. :)


I haven't done anything.

Live your life how you wish, don't lecture me on how to live mine.
1 Like #23
These brilliant heaters will bathe your patio with welcome warmth, so the after dinner conversation can continue well into the night.

http://www.aldi.co.uk/images/data_product/1633197529461b662fc74c5.jpg

Him: "What do you think of this dreadful global warming malarkey?"
Her: "Awful isn't it, these silly women in their Range Rovers on the school run spoiling it for the rest of us...by the way I LOVE these patio heaters!"
Him: "I got them from Aldi...."
Her: "Aldi?!? How delightfully working class! Lovely wine by the way..oh did I tell you we're flying to Barbados in June etc etc..."
#24
lol - spot on jbp :thumbsup:
#25
haha :-D
#26
That's funny jbp. And painfully observant too.
BTW, it looks like he shops at Asda for his shirts too. Cheap at half the price, even if it was made by some poor Bangladeshi on 5p per hour.
#27
Decentbloke
Alternatively, put on a jumper and use the 70 quid to insulate your home.


Insulate your home aint gonna help you in your garden
1 Like #28
iglimpse
I would not waste my time and energy voting on something I don't want.

You are here like the rest of us looking for good deals, this is a good deal. If you don't want one - that's fine. But it is unfair to vote cold on a deal.

If you object, jJust leave it alone (or report it to admin). We don't come here for a lecture. I am entitled to my opinion as well.


Well said iglimpse.
The whole point of hotdeals is surely to find a good deal. Not to have your choices judged by others.
I actually don't want or need a patio heater but acknowledge this is a good price if you want one.
I also don't want a lot of the computer bits and pieces and DVD's that come up on here as I don't want/need or like them - however I just ignore them I certainly don't vote cold because they are not my personal choice.
(I suppose that as a by the by all these factories that produce these games and DVD's run on some sort of power and leave their own carbon footprints - again for people's pure pleasure and fun - should we start cold voting everything as it needs power/factories/people driving to work etc to produce - where would it end)

If we start voting because we don't personally agree with something or don't like something then the whole concept of hot deals stops working.
Just because someone personally does not like a product it does not mean that the price it is being sold at is not a hot deal.
#29
http://www.aldi.co.uk/images/data_product/1633197529461b662fc74c5.jpg

I think the ozone layer's the last thing on his mind :whistling:
#30
Having a patio heater on for a few hours uses the same energy / carbon footprint as charging your mobile phone. I suggest the green brigade wont be inside watching their 52 inch plasmas???
#31
OK - I was factually incorrect - having checked its phone charges that are left plugged in! - but that goes for all power supplies that are plugged in.

Link
http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/news_detail.aspx?articleid=29832&categoryid=36
#32
It certainly looks like he has his brylcream on. Dressed to impress the babe with the designer wardrobe.
I'll bet she has a daughter by the name of Rebecca, and a son called James. She holds garden parties to keep up with the Jones' next door, who also recently bought a luvly designer patio for their garden.
She drives an 06 reg Ford Focus, which she plans to trade in for a new model at her local dealership in August. She works as a bank clerk at her local Barclays branch, and is a member of the PTA at her children's school HeHeHe
What this has to do with the deal I have no idea, but I thought it was funny :p
#33
firespire
You mean Sunday, don't go on the wrong day.


well spotted i was just testing you.
#34
sbh
OK - I was factually incorrect - having checked its phone charges that are left plugged in! - but that goes for all power supplies that are plugged in.

Link
http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/news_detail.aspx?articleid=29832&categoryid=36


I would take these stats with a pinch of salt, as they are from Calor - the company that supplies the gas for these things..........:whistling:
#35
Ad1euk
Insulate your home aint gonna help you in your garden


It will if you go inside when you're too cold outside. Go on, you know it makes sense.:thumbsup:
#36
sbh
OK - I was factually incorrect - having checked its phone charges that are left plugged in! - but that goes for all power supplies that are plugged in.

Link
http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/news_detail.aspx?articleid=29832&categoryid=36


"The gas supplier said patio heaters produce an average 35kg of carbon dioxide (CO2) a year - half the amount as a mobile phone charger if it is left plugged in while not being used.

TVs being left on stand-by emit 35 times as much CO2 than patio heaters, Calor added."

So it's better than some other things that are bad for the planet then. Fabby! :roll:
#37
Great Deal..........Great Price.............il be in kiddie getting mine, This is whot UKDeals is all about.............."Great Deals"...................
Voted Hot..........
#38
shopaholic
Well said iglimpse.
The whole point of hotdeals is surely to find a good deal. Not to have your choices judged by others.
I actually don't want or need a patio heater but acknowledge this is a good price if you want one.
I also don't want a lot of the computer bits and pieces and DVD's that come up on here as I don't want/need or like them - however I just ignore them I certainly don't vote cold because they are not my personal choice.
(I suppose that as a by the by all these factories that produce these games and DVD's run on some sort of power and leave their own carbon footprints - again for people's pure pleasure and fun - should we start cold voting everything as it needs power/factories/people driving to work etc to produce - where would it end)

If we start voting because we don't personally agree with something or don't like something then the whole concept of hot deals stops working.
Just because someone personally does not like a product it does not mean that the price it is being sold at is not a hot deal.


Absolutely Correct. Whether people like or dislike a product, for whatever reason, has absolutely no bearing on whether it is a good deal or not.
#39
scoggy

TVs being left on stand-by emit 35 times as much CO2 than patio heaters, Calor added."

So it's better than some other things that are bad for the planet then. Fabby! :roll:


Thats only because there are vastly more TVs in standbys. Assuming their figure is correct it uses 2-4 times as much as a TV in standby for all the time its not in use.
#40
Who needs CO2 when it is specifically designed to directly heat up the atmosphere?
The CO2 arguement is completely flawed. It could produce zero CO2, and it would still be bad for the planet. It could be carbon negative and STILL be an obscenity.

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