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Superser F150 Radiant Portable Heater with Gas Cylinder £79.95 @ Flogas

WowhatsWowhats

I was looking for a mobile bottle gas heater for my conservatory and found this Superser F150 Radiant model with 13kg gas bottle. Supplied with hose and 21mm regulator and delivered for £79.95. Baring in mind a gas refill is between £25-£30 this seems a bargain buy for those approaching cold winter days and nights. searching around other sites they are selling just the Superser heater alone from £90 - £110.

Theses heaters are also great as an emergency standby if you live in the country side if your electric power goes off. (Your oil boiler wont work!)

Also if you have Calor Gas or similar butane 15kg gas bottles already these should also fit the 21mm regulator connection to this heater.

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    Wowhats
    DemonIT
    Without people jumping to an immediate conclusion, is there any reason I shouldn't leave this on when not at home? I have Karndean flooring (not carpet, not combustible).

    Rather than just saying no, please explain why not.

    No pets, children Etc.

    (I have night storage is why)

    Thanks.
    stmy
    stmy10 months, 4 weeks ago #3Show comment tools Reply
    there fine to leave on but when there running out of gas and the fire dies down its gets a bit of a gas smell
    toaster
    You need loads of ventilation with these things, they pump out C02 and reduce the oxygen level of a unventilated room. Personally I'd rather pay the electric bill for an oil filled radiator if you've got the option.
    kenwebb1953
    Agree with @toaster, and add that the condensation levels are very high too. They are not an economical way to heat, should not be used below ground level due to the gas being heavier than air, so any leaking gas settles and doesn't dissipate. Most landlords ban their use in rented properties due to the increased fire risk and potential to destroy properties if a stored gas bottle explodes during a fire.
    Also check any restrictions on the use of portable gas heaters with your home insurance company, they may also apply clauses.
    yasmin1232
    A blast from the past!
    petebrownshoes
    Does flogas want to sell anything? The website is worse than useless!
    mystik
    This is actually a very good deal. The Calor equivalent is £110 del. (with a 15kg cylinder rather than a 13kg one), and it's a big saving vs buying a heater and cylinder separately.

    Sure you need ventilation when you run these things. So does your gas hob, gas fireplace, gas boiler, ....Sure they "pump out" (toaster do you work for the Daily Mail by any chance) CO2...so does everything else with a flame in your house. CO2 won't kill you btw, and these heaters come with oxygen depletion sensors. Sure they are costly to run vs mains gas, but you are missing the whole point - these are for emergency use, not for everyday use

    Bottomline is, this is one of the very few options out there which can reliably heat your house in the event of a power cut. I can happily live with the slight risk of the cylinder exploding (cylinder is kept at back of garden in appropriate housing), knowing that I have a back up plan if winter turns nasty.

    Nevertheless, as kenwebb said, these might be prohibited in blocks of flats etc.
    Ali1976
    If you call them on 0800 028 2408 there is an offer on this deal with an additional 13KG bottle for £94.95 delivered thats 2 x 13KG bottles and heater regulator etc and no delivery charge!
    maxmix
    toaster
    You need loads of ventilation with these things, they pump out C02 and reduce the oxygen level of a unventilated room. Personally I'd rather pay the electric bill for an oil filled radiator if you've got the option.


    lol Don't know where people get their daft ideas from without doing any research ;)

    This is a mega bargain including delivery, regulator and £30 gas bottle.... all for £80

    Ordered now, just in time too before the winds get up here in Argyll & Bute, with no gas in our village
    and the power out for 7 days last winter, this will be very handy, already had 1 power cut for 10 hours last
    week because of the winds etc

    HOT !

    maxmix
    bakedpotato
    Ali1976
    If you call them on 0800 028 2408 there is an offer on this deal with an additional 13KG bottle for £94.95 delivered thats 2 x 13KG bottles and heater regulator etc and no delivery charge!

    that deal is on the website too
    http://www.flogas.co.uk/prod/258/superser-f150-radiant-portable-heater-with-2-gas-cylinders

    no problems using website, ordered and confirmed.

    thanks for posting
    toaster
    maxmix
    toaster
    You need loads of ventilation with these things, they pump out C02 and reduce the oxygen level of a unventilated room. Personally I'd rather pay the electric bill for an oil filled radiator if you've got the option.


    lol Don't know where people get their daft ideas from without doing any research ;)

    This is a mega bargain including delivery, regulator and £30 gas bottle.... all for £80

    Ordered now, just in time too before the winds get up here in Argyll & Bute, with no gas in our village
    and the power out for 7 days last winter, this will be very handy, already had 1 power cut for 10 hours last
    week because of the winds etc

    HOT !

    maxmix


    My "daft ideas" are based on 35 years of experience using bottled gas heaters, of which I still own 3 of the bleeders, I have a love/hate relationship with these heaters and hate is the dominant emotion.

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