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Stanley Electric 2KW (2000W) Industrial / Office / Large Area Turbo Fan Heater at HomeBargains £19.99 elsewhere £40 and above.

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Cheapest I could ever find. Stanley Electric 2KW (2000W) Industrial / Office / Large Area 6x3 meters Turbo Fan Heater at HomeBargains £19.99 elsewhere £40 and above. Read More
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Cheapest I could ever find.

Stanley Electric 2KW (2000W) Industrial / Office / Large Area 6x3 meters Turbo Fan Heater at HomeBargains £19.99 elsewhere £40 and above.
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1 Like #1
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
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dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
LOOOOOL bankruptcy :)
3 Likes #3
It's ugly, noisy and cheap........a lot like my ex X)

Edited By: ciarandanielbyrne1 on Nov 19, 2016 18:26
banned 1 Like #4
ciarandanielbyrne1
It's ugly, noisy and cheap........a lot like my ex X)


Lol :D
banned#5
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p


I know but can't afford to get caught by cold & spending Christmas with NHS :P
1 Like #6
Oh là là! A hot kiss for ya OP <3
1 Like #7
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p


same as any other 2kw electric heater.
1 Like #8
ciarandanielbyrne1
It's ugly, noisy and cheap........a lot like my ex X)
Wow that's harsh X)
#9
Brand aside what's the difference between this and this ....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/beldray-fan-heater-2000w-9-99-b-m-instore-2550459
banned#10
RudeGuy
Oh là là! A hot kiss for ya OP <3


Lol :D
1 Like #11
5426angela
ciarandanielbyrne1
It's ugly, noisy and cheap........a lot like my ex X)
Wow that's harsh X)
I miss her though hehe
2 Likes #12
pennyfarthing88
Brand aside what's the difference between this and this ....http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/beldray-fan-heater-2000w-9-99-b-m-instore-2550459

The Beldray is somewhat more attractive for domestic use.....the Stanley would look more at home in a garage & will probably take the occasional knock better
1 Like #13
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p

Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p

Edited By: corred1964 on Nov 19, 2016 20:50
#14
Thats a good price.
#15
Usually work out 14p per kw an hour.
So 28p per hour .
#16
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...
#17
pibpob
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...

Not really as the tariff is exactly the same the rest of the time as we were paying before
#18
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...
Not really as the tariff is exactly the same the rest of the time as we were paying before
...which would be a very uncompetitive rate though.
#19
pibpob
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...
Not really as the tariff is exactly the same the rest of the time as we were paying before
...which would be a very uncompetitive rate though.

You pay for more than just fuel though, you pay for ease of contact, customer service etc.......we have been with other providers such as EDL, NPower & SSE......all of which we would not return to due to crap customer service
#20
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...
Not really as the tariff is exactly the same the rest of the time as we were paying before
...which would be a very uncompetitive rate though.
You pay for more than just fuel though, you pay for ease of contact, customer service etc.......we have been with other providers such as EDL, NPower & SSE......all of which we would not return to due to crap customer service
British Gas is distinctly middling, according to uSwtich.


Edited By: pibpob on Nov 20, 2016 16:58
#21
pibpob
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...
Not really as the tariff is exactly the same the rest of the time as we were paying before
...which would be a very uncompetitive rate though.
You pay for more than just fuel though, you pay for ease of contact, customer service etc.......we have been with other providers such as EDL, NPower & SSE......all of which we would not return to due to crap customer service
British Gas is distinctly middling, according to uSwtich.

Can only comment on my experiences, I have found the others mentioned to be shockingly bad.....hence the reason we are no longer with any of them
#22
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
pibpob
corred1964
dafunq
Hot but hate to see the electric bill after a few months use :p
Get smart meters & British Gas Freetime Plan.....you can have it on all day between 9am & 5pm on a Saturday or Sunday at no cost !! At least that's one day keeping warm each week this winter :p
So long as you use no electricity at all for the rest of the time as that's how they get their money back...
Not really as the tariff is exactly the same the rest of the time as we were paying before
...which would be a very uncompetitive rate though.
You pay for more than just fuel though, you pay for ease of contact, customer service etc.......we have been with other providers such as EDL, NPower & SSE......all of which we would not return to due to crap customer service
British Gas is distinctly middling, according to uSwtich.
Can only comment on my experiences, I have found the others mentioned to be shockingly bad.....hence the reason we are no longer with any of them
Sure, you'd naturally be swayed by your own experiences, but you have to understand that those individual experiences have no bearing on the chances of them repeating if you went back to any of those companies.

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