Plexus CVR1501OSC Silver 1500W Ceramic Heater - £7.99 + del @ ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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Came across this while looking for a portable heater for the winter months (the room I need it in has no central heating.)

The Tower Cvr1501 heater distributes warmth evenly around the room, thanks to its oscillating base and ceramic plates. It has 2 heat settings and built in thermostat.

Features

* Silver
* 1500w
* Oscillating Ceramic Heater
* with thermostat
* 2 speed
* 170*200*420
* 2.8Kgs

PTC Heaters:

Positive temperature co-efficient - PTC heating elements are small ceramic stones with self temperature limiting characteristics. PTC stones have fast heating response times and plateau once the pre-defined reference temperature is reached. The shape of these stones can be be designed to be square, rectangular, round, ring or doughnut style. Above the reference temperature, the semiconducting and ferro-electrical properties of the ceramic are utilized to produce a rise in resistance of several orders of magnitude, and hence produce it's self limiting properties.

PTC Features & Benefits

* Safe through temperature limiting characteristics
* Dynamic, self regulating, and therefore energy efficient
* All voltages from 12 V to 240 V; special voltage applications up to 800 V
* Dual voltages 12-24 V, 100-240 V
* PTC surface temperatures can be set from 40° C / 104° F to 280° C / 536° F
* Temperature tolerances +/- 5° C
* Compact design
* High power densitity
* Long lifetime
* Reliable
* UL, CSA and VDE recognised
* Custom configurations available in regards to size, inrush current, temperature, voltage, and power output

Video demo available on the site.
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#2
This one is very similar, different size though, for £6.99. Take your pick :)

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/128132
[mod]#3
good price but i wonder how much it costs to run?
#4
goonertillidie
good price but i wonder how much it costs to run?

who cares at that price lol (THAT WAS A JOKE TO ALL YOU SERIOUS PPL OUT THERE, i pay for my household bills. before someone gets on the soap box and starts moaning)
#5
imthedaddy1971
who cares at that price lol (THAT WAS A JOKE TO ALL YOU SERIOUS PPL OUT THERE, i pay for my household bills. before someone gets on the soap box and starts moaning)


haha... when i was just about to
fortunately i see your satirical irony

Seriously though, 1.5 kw will cost at least 15 pence per hour nowadays.
#6
£11.87 including P&P why don't you put the P&P in the title:x
#7
Geemac
£11.87 including P&P why don't you put the P&P in the title:x


yeah why? :x
#8
Geemac
£11.87 including P&P why don't you put the P&P in the title:x


Because it depends on how many you want to buy. I bought 4 and postage came to £1.40 each.

You can never please some people :roll:
#9
Of course ebuyer should be giving us FREE DELIVERY on these £6.99 and £7.99 heaters eh??

Calm down FFS you pair of twunts:whistling:

btw nice deal voted HOT!!
#10
Seriously though, 1.5 kw will cost at least 15 pence per hour nowadays


cool is that abotu right?

So my oil filled radiator will cost about the same - thats only about £1 a night to heat my little ones room, I was worried it was costing me a lot to keep it on.

Also it has a thermostat too like this one so when it reaches temperature it shuts off until the room goes cold so it's not even using the 1.5kw some of the time.

Actually I guess £1 a night is quite a lot when I only pay £35 quid a month for electric, might have to up that a bit if this is costing me towards £30 a month.

grrrr now I've talked myself round in a circle I'm off.
#11
golfer2007
yeah why? :x


Sunni
Because it depends on how many you want to buy. I bought 4 and postage came to £1.40 each.

You can never please some people :roll:


crofter
Of course ebuyer should be giving us FREE DELIVERY on these £6.99 and £7.99 heaters eh??

Calm down FFS you pair of twunts:whistling:

btw nice deal voted HOT!!


Because it’s Forum policy
#12
still a good deal no mater what. voted hot
#13
How noisy are they? I.e. would they be bothersome if you were reading in a quiet room with them on?

Lnz (half-frozen)
#14
lnz
How noisy are they? I.e. would they be bothersome if you were reading in a quiet room with them on?

Lnz (half-frozen)

In the video on the ebuyer site they turn it on and it doesn't seem too loud?

Not sure though.
#15
Geemac
£11.87 including P&P why don't you put the P&P in the title:x


and why don't you... be polite :)
#16
hot deal. ordered one
#17
great deal, will be ordering one for my little one's room
#18
golfer2007
yeah why? :x


crofter
Of course ebuyer should be giving us FREE DELIVERY on these £6.99 and £7.99 heaters eh??

Calm down FFS you pair of twunts:whistling:

btw nice deal voted HOT!!


t_e_b
and why don't you... be polite :)


Was I inpolite:oops::?
#19
Sunni;3434486
In the video on the ebuyer site they turn it on and it doesn't seem too loud?

Not sure though.


does the tasty girl come with the radiator? helloooooooo hotty :)
#20
andyroo
does the tasty girl come with the radiator? helloooooooo hotty :)


A Geordie Accent too! Way eye man! Won't be needin' any radiators in 'ere things are really hottin' up!
#21
P&P should always be posted too, its just misleading if it isn't and i tend to vote cold for that reason!
#22
Does anybody know of any more energy efficient heaters than this? Argos has a 500w one which looks ok.
banned#23
Wrooooong soooooo wrong................. but strangely attractive :whistling: ... why the top of the plate ?
#24
A good deal at a super price. Unfortunately I cannot use ebuyer because of their poor delivery in my area. They use initial City Link, who I have to say, must be the worst company I have ever experienced (in my Region, Hertfordshire.) When you schedule a delivery for say Monday, they will come on Wednesday - when you will of course be at work, so off they go with your parcel, no delivery note, no email to say what is going on.
I got sum stuff with ebuyer for the 3rd time the other week and after again, for the third time, being messed about with Initial City Link, I thought enough is enough.
Just something to watch out for if you order... What is the service like where you are?! Because for me, all it has done is cost me, as I had to pay for delivery of something I never got.
Maybe not using Super Saver is the answer

Good luck guys and good deal for these cold winter months!
#25
I live in a different part of the country but also avoid ebuyer because of CityLink. They are terrible.
#26
Thanks Sunni :thumbsup:
#27
Not too shabby a price.
Never had any big problems with Citylink.
#28
dean_brfc
Does anybody know of any more energy efficient heaters than this? Argos has a 500w one which looks ok.


That doesn't make it more efficient... it just uses less power to produce less heat.
Electric heaters are pretty much 100% efficient (without getting in to the finer details)

You need to get a heater at a rating suitable for the room you want to keep warm.
For example if your room loses 5000BTU/hr (about 1500watts per hour) then getting a 500w heater won't do much.
1 Like #29
i recently had a look into heaters, as i needed one for my small double bedroom. Rackhams were selling ceramic and convector heaters on sale. I was very close to buying a ceramic heater but decided to find out more info. Ceramic heaters are literally the same as fan heaters except use different heating element. Convector heaters are like radiator but they warm the air which goes up and draws cold air from the bottom. I decided to go for the convector heater. Man i am so glad I did, convector heaters warm the room up quicker and are silent. Ceramic heaters are a bit noisey and more suited for small area or spot heating like heating your feet/hands.

PS the convector heater only cost me £10 to buy and it's size of half a oil radiator but very light
#30
cowtc
i recently had a look into heaters, as i needed one for my small double bedroom. Rackhams were selling ceramic and convector heaters on sale. I was very close to buying a ceramic heater but decided to find out more info. Ceramic heaters are literally the same as fan heaters except use different heating element. Convector heaters are like radiator but they warm the air which goes up and draws cold air from the bottom. I decided to go for the convector heater. Man i am so glad I did, convector heaters warm the room up quicker and are silent. Ceramic heaters are a bit noisey and more suited for small area or spot heating like heating your feet/hands.

PS the convector heater only cost me £10 to buy and it's size of half a oil radiator but very light


Good post & very useful - rep added!
#31
They are not too noisy. I purchased one from argos and was a lot louder, I took it back as it cost twice as much as well.
#32
williegofar
I live in a different part of the country but also avoid ebuyer because of CityLink. They are terrible.


Its sad to see another user with the same problem. I was all ready to click the 'Go To Deal' button and order one of these until I saw the ebuyer bit. Shame :x
#33
Depressing pseudo-scientific rubbish in the description - as has already been pointed out, but is worth repeating [COLOR=Red]all electric heaters are 100% efficient - regardless of the type, they will cost the same to run for a given amount of heat produced.[COLOR=Black]

Twenty years ago I was reporting this heater to the ASA for claiming it was more efficient than other types. I see they've finally been banned from telling those lies.

To save running costs you

- get a smaller heater: less heat
- switch them off: less heat
- get one with a thermostat: less heat
- insulate/draught-proof your room

The only way to get more heat for your money is to use them on an Economy 7 tariff in the middle of the night, which is likely to be of little use unless you buy a storage heater which gives out the heat slowly during the day.
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#34
cowtc;3440015
convector heaters warm the room up quicker
No they don't - they warm up the room in exactly the same time assuming equal power and therefore cost of electricity, but the heat distribution is different. In practice, you'd probably find them worse because the hot air is not directed towards you but floats to the ceiling and only gets to you when there is enough up there.
#35
Oh look - Lidl is peddling these with the old lie I mentioned:

"PTC ceramic heater for ... efficient energy consumption"

I've complained to them and am awaiting a response.
#36
Mne arrived today, works very well, looks stylish too. Oscillating movement is quite smooth too.

You can hear that it's on, but it's not too loud.
#37
Same as Sunni. Mine arrived this morning, seems to be pretty good. The heat it pumps out on 750W is by far enough for me. It is quieter than my computer, so I cannot really hear it which is a bonus.

For the price, its a good little burner :thumbsup:
#38
Just got one, it took only 2 days to arrive by City Link. For the money
it is a steal. Thanks
#39
pibpob
Oh look - Lidl is peddling these with the old lie I mentioned:

"PTC ceramic heater for ... efficient energy consumption"

I've complained to them and am awaiting a response.



Sounds like someone has too much time on their hands....:whistling:
#40
What - like you, for typing that response? D'oh!

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