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Costs of 2400 W heater

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Hi I have a little electrical heater for my room. I know those things are pretty expensive to run. Does anyone know how much it is to have it one hour on with 1200W or 2400W. I have actually no id…
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Hi

I have a little electrical heater for my room. I know those things are pretty expensive to run.
Does anyone know how much it is to have it one hour on with 1200W or 2400W. I have actually no idea how much electricity costs....

Thanks
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
Bit hard to work out, the first 900 units or so in a quarter are 20-25p per Kwh units after that are usually 13-17p per Kwh

for 20p per Kwh

1200 = 24p for the hour
2400 = 48p for the hour

You should check to see what you're paying per Kwh though.
#2
If you are paying say 12p a unit the 1200W one will cost about 15p per hour, the 2400W 30p.

Or what lumour says^^^^
#3
Thanks for your quick answer, that is cheaper than i expect. I thought it was around 50p per hour for 1200 W.

Cheers
#4
If it has a thermostat, then this will keep switching the heater off, so costs won't be as much as stated above.
#5
Doesn't sound alot to start with but if you have it on for a couple of hours a day for a month that is roughly £25, Our whole electric bill for a 3 bedroom house is only about £45 a month! All the little bits add up!
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doberman
If it has a thermostat, then this will keep switching the heater off, so costs won't be as much as stated above.


This is true but not for a kettle which just keeps going and going, damn woman liking tea costing me a fortune!

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