STANLEY ST-52-241-E FREESTANDING WORKSHOP TURBO ELECTRIC FAN HEATER 2000W @ SCREWFIX Was £69.99 Now £30.75 - HotUKDeals
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STANLEY ST-52-241-E FREESTANDING WORKSHOP TURBO ELECTRIC FAN HEATER 2000W @ SCREWFIX Was £69.99 Now £30.75

£30.75 @ Screwfix
Was £69.99 Save £39.24 Cheapest I could find it The same model is also listed at on their site at £49.99 (save £20) http://www.screwfix.com/p/stanley-st-52-241-e-electric-turbo-fan-heater-2000w/80… Read More
Simon4151561 Avatar
5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Was £69.99 Save £39.24
Cheapest I could find it

The same model is also listed at on their site at £49.99 (save £20) http://www.screwfix.com/p/stanley-st-52-241-e-electric-turbo-fan-heater-2000w/8020p
They are both same spec and Turbo. Just picked one up and checked.
Good reviews and sturdy construction.
Collection Only.
Steel construction. Lightweight, portable heater with convenient carry handle.

1 Heat Setting
Model No: ST-52-241-E
2000W
1 Year Guarantee
IP44
Air Flow Capacity: 85Ltr/sec
Freestanding
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#1
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12

http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p
1 Like #2
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p
More sturdy and a higher flow rate and looks a lot cooler (or hotter depending on setting)!

Edited By: Simon4151561 on Nov 06, 2016 17:00: a
1 Like #3
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12

http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p


You can these these free from British gas when your heating breaks down !
1 Like #4
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p
It will destroy your plastic fella in 2 seconds
http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image//ae235?src=ae235/3019D_P&$prodImageLarge$
1 Like #5
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12

http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p


not sure why you would pay £12.
I posted one last week from CPC £7.17 delivered.
#6
Says not available for collection or delivery????
#7
I bought a 3kw version from CPC for about £45 which I am pleased with.
#8
yozzman1234
Says not available for collection or delivery????
Collection only. Still is for me, maybe none in your area
1 Like #9
yozzman1234
Says not available for collection or delivery????


Maybe they send it by fax?
#10
Just bought one cheers op
#11
can i use this in my living room?
1 Like #12
bimmermad
can i use this in my living room?


instantly make it a "man's room"
#13
thy are exactly the same model but have had to change the product code most likely due to a slight change from stanley. so once the 3019D is gone that'll be it.

2 left in gravesend but no others in my area
1 Like #14
the use of the word Turbo makes me want one

Stanley workshop turbo heater

Edited By: skykid3 on Nov 06, 2016 20:07
#15
Simon4151561
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p
More sturdy and a higher flow rate and looks a lot cooler (or hotter depending on setting)!


So some of the 2000 watts are wasted on the bigger fan leaving this with less heating power?
#16
arotabi
Simon4151561
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p
More sturdy and a higher flow rate and looks a lot cooler (or hotter depending on setting)!
So some of the 2000 watts are wasted on the bigger fan leaving this with less heating power?

Thanks to drag, It still all ends up as heat. 2000 watts in = 2000 watts out.

Edited By: melted on Nov 06, 2016 23:45
#17
they cant deliver :(
#18
melted
arotabi
Simon4151561
Three_line_whip
Not sure why you'd buy this when you can get a 2000w fan heater for £12http://www.screwfix.com/p/portable-fan-heater-1000-2000w/2963p
More sturdy and a higher flow rate and looks a lot cooler (or hotter depending on setting)!
So some of the 2000 watts are wasted on the bigger fan leaving this with less heating power?

Thanks to drag, It still all ends up as heat. 2000 watts in = 2000 watts out.


My comment was somewhat tongue in cheek so I do agree with you.

You could also say any sound energy produced by the fan (or bearing even) will also be converted to heat.
#19
Voted cold after buying one to find both fan settings are the same and it doesn't get warm let along
hot.
#20
craigstephens
yozzman1234
Says not available for collection or delivery????


Maybe they send it by fax?


W a n k e r
#21
magic_man
Voted cold after buying one to find both fan settings are the same and it doesn't get warm let along
hot.
Must be faulty mines fine.

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