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DeLonghi HCX9124E 2.4kW Slim Freestanding Wall Mountable Turbo Convector Heater £29.99 Argos on eBay

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pavel76 Avatar3d, 13h agoFound 3 days, 13 hours ago15 Comments
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emptypocketz
Looked too good to be true, from the john lewis and amazon reviews these appear hit and miss and tend to give up after a while.
Maybe they were not fit for purpose or mass production so they are quickly selling them off dirt cheap to cover their losses. Shame since it had a timer feature and looked the business.http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/uk/charts/B01BHUSDZK/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Yeah I also checked out the reviews and decided not take the jump
Looked too good to be true, from the john lewis and amazon reviews these appear hit and miss and tend to give up after a while.

Maybe they were not fit for purpose or mass production so they are quickly selling them off dirt cheap to cover their losses. Shame since it had a timer feature and looked the business.
Alfresco
Looks like an amazing price at first but after looking at reviews on John Lewis etc. it seems to have a major defect, constantly switching itself off along with an alarm to say it has fallen over when it hasn't.

Those anti-trip switches are a pain. My otherwise perfect working DeLonghi heater (though not the one featured) is useless because it thinks its fallen over when it hasn't.
Looks like an amazing price at first but after looking at reviews on John Lewis etc. it seems to have a major defect, constantly switching itself off along with an alarm to say it has fallen over when it hasn't.
DevilzGtr
How many TB's this hard drive got?

Or I was thinking it looks like a router!
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Limitless Weatherproof 2000W Wall Mounted Patio Heater £28.36 Dispatched from and sold by a2z-discounts / Amazon

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Limitless 2000W electric wall mounted patio heater 45 degree tilting up/down heating element Safety overheat protection and Anti-tilt switch Waterproof rating: IPX4 Usually between £29.99 and £34.99.… Read More
Limitless 2000W electric wall mounted patio heater 45 degree tilting up/down heating element Safety overheat protection and Anti-tilt switch Waterproof rating: IPX4 Usually between £29.99 and £34.99.…
Sebules Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago9 Comments
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jjaack
Cheaper per whatever than calor gas!

It's about 10 times cheaper. Approx 8-20p/hr in electric. Granted the infrared heaters are better than the halogens but this is the cheapest I've seen one.
Cheaper per whatever than calor gas!
gazdoubleu
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Dragon32
I have 2 of these that I leave on during the winter for the cats in the back garden.
They love laying under them even during the night as keep them on 24/7.
So you're solely responsible for melting the polar ice cap.....lolololol
4000 watt 24/7?? Bet the leccy board think your growing marijuana!!
must be smoking it now more like
zx636r
Dragon32
I have 2 of these that I leave on during the winter for the cats in the back garden.
They love laying under them even during the night as keep them on 24/7.

So you're solely responsible for melting the polar ice cap.....lolololol


4000 watt 24/7?? Bet the leccy board think your growing marijuana!!
Dragon32
I have 2 of these that I leave on during the winter for the cats in the back garden.
They love laying under them even during the night as keep them on 24/7.
Turn the heat up and you have slow cooked cat for breakfast. Excellent, meat is meat.
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DeLonghi HCX9124E 2.4kW Slim Freestanding Wall Mountable Turbo Convector Heater £34.99 Argos on eBay

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Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee The De'Longhi HCX9124E 2.4kW Slim Convector Heater provides steady, silent heat and is ideal for medium-term use. This heater is lightweight, has a totally s… Read More
Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee The De'Longhi HCX9124E 2.4kW Slim Convector Heater provides steady, silent heat and is ideal for medium-term use. This heater is lightweight, has a totally s…
pavel76 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago11 Comments
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ceebs69
Great price and I would definitely have bought it to replace my oil radiator but reading the reviews on amazon has put me off. But good luck to those who buy it and get 3 years worth of service from it, not sure I could stand the hassle, if it goes wrong.
http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/uk/charts/B01BHUSDZK/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
I had a few Delonghi myself and the quality was indeed always below average. I never had problem with Breville on the other hand
"ECO Plus Energy-saving function automatically regulates heat settings for more efficient energy use."

Wow - so it's got a thermostat... (shock)
PArcel farce strikes again. Even Yodel provides an idea of when they will deliver but not Parcel Farce, finally the admitted at 5:30 that they weren't going to bother. But not to worry they left me a card....which of course they didn't.

I won't be bothering with Argos ebay unless they use a better courier, one in the 21st century.
Dessi88
Yes cheap price but at 2.4kw is very costly to run so!! Example if your tarrif is 16p. per hour the Cost for 1 hour would be 41p. per hour

Would that not depend entirely on the settings you set it to, at max settings sure. But on a lower setting and on its eco mode its rather a good deal for convector type heater.
Yes cheap price but at 2.4kw is very costly to run so!! Example if your tarrif is 16p. per hour the Cost for 1 hour would be 41p. per hour
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Timeguard Boost Timer for towel rail and emersion heater - £20.30 delivered @ Amazon (Sold by Plumbing Supermarket and Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Needed one of these for a towel radiator in the summer - simple to install, simple to use. Boost for 1-4 hours to get your towels dry. Great stuff. Read More
Needed one of these for a towel radiator in the summer - simple to install, simple to use. Boost for 1-4 hours to get your towels dry. Great stuff.
onewton Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago2 Comments
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had one of these (by Timeguard), failed within 3 months :(
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Daewoo 1500w Oil Heater £5.00 instore @ Poundland

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Features 3 heat settings. 7 fin heat distribution. Variable thermostat. Cable tidy. On castors for manoeuvrability. Integrated handle. 1500W power. Last one I bought like this was £15 in Tesco, the f… Read More
Features 3 heat settings. 7 fin heat distribution. Variable thermostat. Cable tidy. On castors for manoeuvrability. Integrated handle. 1500W power. Last one I bought like this was £15 in Tesco, the f…
Beetplek Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago14 Comments
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Good luck finding one of these. Been after one myself. They have been £5 for a few months now when they were reduced after last years black friday event.
£5 - that's a rob, should be a pound.
A PLOY TO GET YOU INTO THEIR STORES THEY WOULDN’T DO THAT WOULD THEY ??
Well I have seen Supermarkets dare a lot more, using methods that are, well you decide !!!
One ASDA I used to go into would stack full price goods on shelving marked PRICE REDUCED TO CLEAR and despite being reported to Trading standards they continued to do it and the department manager used to blame trainee staff, when in fact it was himself that used to do it (I had a relative working there).
Seen the same thing in a TESCO, if you make them aware of a problem once, you hope something will be done, twice is unfortunate, after the third time and threats of being Barred you know that something’s not right.
Not talking about (mistakes) one or 2 items moved by customers, but cases of items, in one instance I was told that a customer must have moved 20 odd duvet sets LOL.
One manageress was in the process of promising me the price of a display of shirts had been reduced but I interupted her and pointed out the original price was printed on the item label and it was the same as the price on shelf and what was charged at till.
One year ASDA had a NEW YEAR SALE PROMOTION and at least 90% of the items in the so called sale were still FULL PRICE some of them still had the pre-printed price on the labels and that was the price on the shelf (with a SALE ticket next to it) as well as full length shelving SALE labelling AND LARGE SALE SIGNS HANGING FROM CEILING.
The displays had just been set out, 2 whole aisles, I spoke to General Manager who agreed that there was something wrong and that he would get it sorted. I asked if I could take a few pictures so as to emphasise the point when I took the matter up with ASDA HOUSE he agreed and as he walked away he spoke to someone on the phone telling them there was a big problems with the SALE.
I was taking a few pics and the non food department manager came over and told me YOU CANT DO THAT. YES I can and told him I had permission, he called over 4 members of staff and had them stripping off the SALE labelling and signs as fast as they could. So it was obvious he knew there was a problem, yet he had been happy enough to have the staff set it out in the first place. The same SALE was a NATIONAL one, stores are given exact shelf plans/drawings showing what items and where they go, how much they are etc, I contacted Trading Standards who contacted ASDA. The SALE went on for almost a week in some stores. I received a letter from ASDA CEO stating it had been a mistake on the part of their marketing department.
So if I could spot the obvious, why couldn’t the in-store Management ???




Edited By: SCOUSEKEVIN on May 13, 2017 15:20: GRAMMAR
Gollywood
Who would've thought it...a ploy to get you into a PoundLand :D
Hahaha
Who would've thought it...a ploy to get you into a PoundLand :D
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Beldray heater £3.00 instore @ b and m

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Beldray heater at b and m £3 Read More
Beldray heater at b and m £3
kashifshabeela793 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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SteveW
Bought mine from B&M for £5 and all works fine. Heat added
I see what you did there. ;)
Bought mine from B&M for £5 and all works fine. Heat added
You may drop on a bargain here, but I bought one for £5 and only two of the elements worked. Still good value though considering they were £17.99 originally.
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DIMPLEX Desk Friend Ceramic Fan Heater - White - £9.97 (60% off) - Currys delivered/C&C

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Was looking for something to use under my desk to warm up my feet :) (or even for camping/caravan) and found this. With great reviews looks ideal for small spaces and comes with a 3y warranty - 250 W… Read More
Was looking for something to use under my desk to warm up my feet :) (or even for camping/caravan) and found this. With great reviews looks ideal for small spaces and comes with a 3y warranty - 250 W…
arma_gera Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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Great find thank you. Bought for our camping trips!
Thanks Great find and price
Yeah all well and good, but does it have an IPS screen?

Joking... exactly what I wanted today, bagged one, Ta!
h8ten
Thanks just ordered for the campervan.
you welcome ;)
Thanks just ordered for the campervan.
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Fine elements 2000w heater £3.00 @ Tesco - St helens

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Was £10 now £3.00 for a small heater. Not sure if national but this store is the large Tesco St helens Read More
Was £10 now £3.00 for a small heater. Not sure if national but this store is the large Tesco St helens
wildchild121007 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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And in rainham store.
Great price.
Saw this in tesco Cardiff but OOS.
already posted. Good price
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Compact 2000w fan heater. £3.00 at Gillingham Tesco

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Loads of these on clearance at Gillingham Tesco - Previously £15. Decent well made fan heater with heat and speed settings. Read More
Loads of these on clearance at Gillingham Tesco - Previously £15. Decent well made fan heater with heat and speed settings.
llamamall Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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bought one last year for three quid works a treat, never had a problem and throws out good heat
These heaters are crap. I have a Currys branded one and it's pretty much useless.
Hot
Great price but always seem to be comments about the efficiency of these.
£3.50 in my local superstore.
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Fine Elements Heater was £19.99 now only £4.00 in store at Tesco (found Havant)

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Appreciate this is probably the wrong time of year for heaters (probably the reason for the price!) but potentially good as a back up should you ever need it. Fine Elements electrical heater, was £… Read More
Appreciate this is probably the wrong time of year for heaters (probably the reason for the price!) but potentially good as a back up should you ever need it. Fine Elements electrical heater, was £…
UKtom Avatar2m, 14h agoFound 2 months, 14 hours ago5 Comments
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Wrong time of year? You should let the weather know that - Hail stones and snow yesterday!
Have some heat.
Heat added - picked one up for £4 from Tesco Borehamwood
Hot
I bought one in my Tesco for £4.50 fine elements brand and it kicks out good amount of heat. Perfect for these cooler nights where u just want a bit of warmth as opposed to full blown radiators!
Looks like the deal may only be in stores - it's the same as this one for £10 on Tescos website!

https://www.tesco.com/direct/fine-elements-1500w-ceramic-fan-heater/433-3664.prd?skuId=433-3664
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beldrey slimline panel heater B&M £10.00 from £39.99 rrp £79.99

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Went looking for a heater today jumped at this B&M bargains South Ruislip Read More
Went looking for a heater today jumped at this B&M bargains South Ruislip
sarahharvey79 Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago7 Comments
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South Ruislip b and m they had plenty when I was there
Sorry haven't been on for a while
Picky barStuart aren't we
dm79
Hear added
It's Beldray tho oO

It's also "heat" not "hear" :p
Hear added
It's Beldray tho oO
Oooh that's local to me. Were there many left :)
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Heaters £3.00 @ Wilko instore

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£3 IN WILKOS NOW..WAS £15 Read More
£3 IN WILKOS NOW..WAS £15
Bestie32 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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It also has a cool air function. So ideal to cool you down too
Kilmarnock branch
In ashby last week too
I saw these in ashby, Scunthorpe last week so possibly National
lol
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Prolectrix Quartz Heater 800W £1.50 at Wilko instore

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Bought today instore at Wilko. It thought it was a pricing error but apparently not. It really belts out the heat! 1200w for £2.50 http://www.wilko.com/heaters/prolectrix-halogen-heater/invt/04… Read More
Bought today instore at Wilko. It thought it was a pricing error but apparently not. It really belts out the heat! 1200w for £2.50 http://www.wilko.com/heaters/prolectrix-halogen-heater/invt/04…
eca00opc Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Which will pls
Great, but already posted.
Heat added
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Heaters from £1.50 at wilko instore

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£1.50 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Found in portsmouth store Various heaters reduced to clear from£1.50 No idea if national, worth a look if passing Read More
Found in portsmouth store Various heaters reduced to clear from£1.50 No idea if national, worth a look if passing
sxylou598 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago18 Comments
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got the last one from wilkos in longton - thanks op :D
118luke
Dare someone to post advice to buy a more energy efficient one... ;):D
I advise you buy a more energy efficient one.
oos online but deffo hot 8)
Hot if you plug them in, Cold if not !
Trueogre
LeahMinttoutou
Whaaaa?? Price error or something? HEAT :)
Nah, Wilko usually sell unseasonal goods dirt cheap to make way for their spring and summer stuff. Come winter you get some really good deals on fans.
I smell an Ebay business opportunity here .....

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Beldray Eco Heater £10.00 B&M Reduced from £24

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B&M in store. Read More
B&M in store.
sam_of_london Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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which store? or nationwide?
This should generate some heat. :p
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Garden wood burner/heater.home £50.00 @ Stove World UK

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Just ordered this. Seems a bargain. Price includes delivery ! Ready for the warm ( Read More
Just ordered this. Seems a bargain. Price includes delivery ! Ready for the warm (
handyosprey Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago29 Comments
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it arrived on time, well packaged and fairly easy to put together. The reason why its 50 quid is because it has a manufacturing fault, it has a hole in the top for the chimney and another i the floor of the fire chamber. The kit comes with a plate and bolts to cover the hole and it makes no real difference to the look or useability of the item.

Its not the best built but it works well. If it lasts 2 or 3 years you will have had your 50 quid worth.

Im happy with it.
both oos
BeerDrinker
Anyone know, do the bases of these type of burners get hot? I.e. would it be suitable for use on a deck without scorching it?
hi,you could always put a paving flag underneath it,that would absorb the heat.
its the price of a length of flu pipe... hot deal!:p
Ordered thanx Op. £50 delivered, paid through Paypal.
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Daewoo electricals 2kw fan heater just £2.00 @ poundland

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Daewoo indoor fan heater 2kw £12.96 on amazon just £2 at poundland. It has got some good reviews so definetly worth a try at £2. Read More
Daewoo indoor fan heater 2kw £12.96 on amazon just £2 at poundland. It has got some good reviews so definetly worth a try at £2.
coffeebanana123 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago39 Comments
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none in store in Tunstall Stoke-on-Trent anyone managed find any stock anywhere.
the unit rate isn't too bad although standing charge is abit too much probably works out cheaper if u manage fit more than 14kwh in 8 hours seems a bit too much hassle though.
Kreskin
These days the difference between Poundland and other shops is that everything costs at least a pound.
They're welcome to use that as a slogan.
Except for sale items which are 50p.
MynameisM
Kazan
monitor1
Run it for half a day and it will cost you more than £2'
There are tariffs from BG with free electricity on Sat or Sun. Perfect for drying your washing during winter.
and what's the tarriff a bit of a con I bet the rates are higher than other provider's
All Other Times unit rate 12.56p per kWh
Saturday, 9am-5pm unit rate 0p per kWh
Standing charge 26.01 p per day*
this item is not available anywhere it was a black friday deal last november , no wonder no store has a no clue about it
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Square BBQ Grill / Patio Heater £34.99 + FREE delivery @ ebay/thinkprice

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square fire pit with BBQ grill! - Built to last with solid and durable steel construction. - Mesh safety lid (stops embers blowing over your garden). Dimensions: 45cm x 45cm x 34cm Read More
square fire pit with BBQ grill! - Built to last with solid and durable steel construction. - Mesh safety lid (stops embers blowing over your garden). Dimensions: 45cm x 45cm x 34cm
macobrum Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago14 Comments
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not the same grill...chinese copy

Edited By: macobrum on Mar 29, 2017 21:30
furiousjammin
SFconvert
Great for making all your guests smell like a bonfire, and forcing your neighbours to close all their windows on warm summer evenings. These things should be illegal!
If I lived next door to you I'd buy 2, just to make sure.
And if the smoke from your bonfire came over into my garden I'd make sure the water from my hosepipe made it over into yours!
SFconvert
Great for making all your guests smell like a bonfire, and forcing your neighbours to close all their windows on warm summer evenings. These things should be illegal!


If I lived next door to you I'd buy 2, just to make sure.
SFconvert
Great for making all your guests smell like a bonfire, and forcing your neighbours to close all their windows on warm summer evenings. These things should be illegal!


I don't agree with you

1. Making your guest smell is not true because they already smell of cats so bonfire is better fragrance

2. Forcing neighbours to close is bad but if they don't like it they can always move
SFconvert
Great for making all your guests smell like a bonfire, and forcing your neighbours to close all their windows on warm summer evenings. These things should be illegal!


:))))
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De'Longhi Dragon 4 Electronic Timer Oil Filled Radiator TRDS4 1025E, 2500 W - White £109.99 @ Amazon

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Lowest price ever from Amazon! Great price for the best oil filled radiator! Click here for camelcamelcamel. Product Description: The Dragon 4 Technology is designed to be both aesthetically p… Read More
Lowest price ever from Amazon! Great price for the best oil filled radiator! Click here for camelcamelcamel. Product Description: The Dragon 4 Technology is designed to be both aesthetically p…
chrisk11 Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago2 Comments
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Very good price. Great heater
Good lord, if i were spending over £100 on an oil filled radiator, I'd at least expect it to be Alexa-compatible or something!
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Beldray tower heater £5.00 @ B&M

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Beldray tower heater, also has a cool air function £5 B&M Read More
Beldray tower heater, also has a cool air function £5 B&M
strabo75 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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I found them in Bedford, but there was also some in Bletchley.
What b&m was it please
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Bionaire BFH004 fan heater for £30.00 down from £58.13 @ Amazon

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Spring is here. Good time to buy a fan heater for next winter :3 48% off last price. 54% off RRP. - 2 heat settings and timer - LCD display and digital thermostat - Auto defrost and osci… Read More
Spring is here. Good time to buy a fan heater for next winter :3 48% off last price. 54% off RRP. - 2 heat settings and timer - LCD display and digital thermostat - Auto defrost and osci…
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Beldray Halogen Heater RRP £34.99 NOW £5.00 at B&M NATIONAL DEAL

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End of Line, Clarence Beldray 1200W Halogen Heater - 3 Heat Settings Over Heat Protection Thermal Cut out device Wide Angle Oscilating Function Innovative Design - Replaceable haloge… Read More
End of Line, Clarence Beldray 1200W Halogen Heater - 3 Heat Settings Over Heat Protection Thermal Cut out device Wide Angle Oscilating Function Innovative Design - Replaceable haloge…
S4WAN Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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Going_Digital
The trouble is people don't understand how these work. They are not space heaters like an oil filled radiator, they are infrared heaters. This means that an object (usually a person) needs to be in front of the heater to heat up, it will not heat the air in the room.

Exactly - people on here are as thick as a castle wall.
Had loads in Sheffield
Bulbs blew very quickly for me so returned. Not exact model but similar.
The trouble is people don't understand how these work. They are not space heaters like an oil filled radiator, they are infrared heaters. This means that an object (usually a person) needs to be in front of the heater to heat up, it will not heat the air in the room.
mittromney
I've got this it's really crap. God knows how electricity it uses but there's not much heat. On the plus side with it on you don't need to have any room lights switched on it's so bright.

It beams all the electricity into a fools head, which is empty.
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Dyson Hot + Cool AM09 Black/Nickel Fan Heater - Refurbished - 1 Year Guarantee - £209.99 @ eBay Dyson Outlet

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£209.99 for Dyson AM09 Hot & Cool Fan (Refurbished). It comes with 1 year warranty as well. £400 for a brandnew. Read More
£209.99 for Dyson AM09 Hot & Cool Fan (Refurbished). It comes with 1 year warranty as well. £400 for a brandnew.
wlchuccc Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago45 Comments
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androoski
I think the idea "all electric heaters convert all electricity into heat so are near 100% efficient" is a piece of marketing BS that takes advantage of people's ignorance of physics and whilst it is true in many ways, it doesn't translate to practical economics very well at all.
Ok I'll explain it in terms of physics and you can shoot it down using physics.
Electricity is used to transfer energy from one place to another.
When using electricity as a heater the goal is to convert the electricity being carried by the wire into heat.
The heater is essentially a huge resistor which so it consumes power by resisting the current which heats the wire (element)
Almost all energy from the electricity is converted to heat, a small amount may be given off as light if the element glows but it is minuscule.
Given energy can neither be created or destroyed of its not entirely converted to heat then what is it converted to?
Reference distributing heat throughout the room, marginal difference between this and any fan heater best case.
Even convection heaters are incredible at distributing heat throughout the room. The fact that hot air rises provides excellent circulation around a room in itself.

That's like saying all light bulbs have the same efficiency as they all heat up some kind of element.

It's why there's other laws of Physics than just those of thermodynamics - there's always other factors at play.
Locknloadharry
aabarcellos
£339 Amazon new
Anyone know why so many refurbished dyson fans


They may well be refurbs from NHS use.....so EEWWW!.....(Recent full page article in the papers this week).

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3091294/hospital-chiefs-spend-whopping-1-2m-on-more-than-5000-trendy-bladeless-dyson-fans/


Yep true as I said the labour ward had loads of them last year.
Somebody's sick, sweaty and obnoxious bacteria may be splashed on your face real soon in a lovely effortless wave.
aabarcellos
£339 Amazon new
Anyone know why so many refurbished dyson fans


They may well be refurbs from NHS use.....so EEWWW!.....(Recent full page article in the papers this week).

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3091294/hospital-chiefs-spend-whopping-1-2m-on-more-than-5000-trendy-bladeless-dyson-fans/
androoski
I think the idea "all electric heaters convert all electricity into heat so are near 100% efficient" is a piece of marketing BS that takes advantage of people's ignorance of physics and whilst it is true in many ways, it doesn't translate to practical economics very well at all.

Ok I'll explain it in terms of physics and you can shoot it down using physics.

Electricity is used to transfer energy from one place to another.

When using electricity as a heater the goal is to convert the electricity being carried by the wire into heat.

The heater is essentially a huge resistor which so it consumes power by resisting the current which heats the wire (element)

Almost all energy from the electricity is converted to heat, a small amount may be given off as light if the element glows but it is minuscule.

Given energy can neither be created or destroyed of its not entirely converted to heat then what is it converted to?

Reference distributing heat throughout the room, marginal difference between this and any fan heater best case.

Even convection heaters are incredible at distributing heat throughout the room. The fact that hot air rises provides excellent circulation around a room in itself.
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DeLonghi fan heater - 2KW @Tesco (instore clearance) - £4.00

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Spotted instore in Ipswich Martlesham store (don't expect nationwide). There had been atleast 10+ on the shelf when I bought. All have reduced sticker (was £16 > £8 > £4 currently) Model: DeLonghi…
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Have heat op for good spot!
Who is John?
But they're not John's.
I use thermal long Johns.
seen in hull st Stephen's
888

2kW Convector Heater with Timer £9.97 @ Homebase Free C&C

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Great price.. especially one with a timer. I'd better get some heat ;) 14 in stock in Harrow. And looks like stock available in many places. This convection heater is simple to operate, and quick… Read More
Great price.. especially one with a timer. I'd better get some heat ;) 14 in stock in Harrow. And looks like stock available in many places. This convection heater is simple to operate, and quick…
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.... [Snip very long quote]..... I have 4kw installed and it produces about 3700kwh per year and 75% of that is in the summer when electricity demand is lowest.
You'd never heat a house off solar panels.
Same for solar thermal, you might get hot water on sunny summers days.
As for ground source heat pump, again great in theory but having looked into it unless you live on a farm where you can run acres of pipes then you'll end up freezing your lawn within a few years, the effeciency will reduce to an electric heater and then it's an expensive ornament.
I have to disagree with this. I too have 4kW solar PV system. I also have an immersun. The immersun diverts excess solar energy into a hot water tank, then into several infra red heaters dotted about the house.
It has cut my electricity bills down by 45% compared to when I did not have solar.
Almost every day I have a tank of free hot water. Even in January, I managed to heat my house at least partially with excess solar power. Of course there are days when the sun doesn't shine and we go back to using gas. But to say you can't heat your house with solar isn't right... well... at least not if you have a diverter box like the immersun yes it's not going to do it at night, and yes if the sun doesn't shine it won't. But I can heat my home most of the time for free and use very little gas now.
In summer, I can cool my house for free too.
Since installing the immersun last year, it has diverted over £100 into the hot water tank and infra red heaters. I can also boil my vacuum kettle first thing in the morning totally free and have 2 litres of boiling hot water for 3 hours. I also run a portable oil radiator in my conservatory that is also fed from the diverter box so after having a tank of 200L of hot water, and heating the house to 20 degrees with infra red... any left over heats up my conservatory in winter.
It is quite possible to heat your home on solar PV if you do it right. If not 100% heat your home, it will certainly reduce the amount of gas the CH has to burn.http://i.imgur.com/F1DLzyI.jpg
Not sure I get this you say you have cut your electric bill by 45% yet your annual saving id £ 109?????????????


That is the amount of *excess* power that has been diverted to hot water tank / IR heaters.
It doesn't include the savings on my electric bill which are in addition to this.
I highly recommend this box or similar ones like iBoost if you have solar PV.
daskapital
bargainbill
.... [Snip very long quote]..... I have 4kw installed and it produces about 3700kwh per year and 75% of that is in the summer when electricity demand is lowest.
You'd never heat a house off solar panels.
Same for solar thermal, you might get hot water on sunny summers days.
As for ground source heat pump, again great in theory but having looked into it unless you live on a farm where you can run acres of pipes then you'll end up freezing your lawn within a few years, the effeciency will reduce to an electric heater and then it's an expensive ornament.
I have to disagree with this. I too have 4kW solar PV system. I also have an immersun. The immersun diverts excess solar energy into a hot water tank, then into several infra red heaters dotted about the house.
It has cut my electricity bills down by 45% compared to when I did not have solar.
Almost every day I have a tank of free hot water. Even in January, I managed to heat my house at least partially with excess solar power. Of course there are days when the sun doesn't shine and we go back to using gas. But to say you can't heat your house with solar isn't right... well... at least not if you have a diverter box like the immersun yes it's not going to do it at night, and yes if the sun doesn't shine it won't. But I can heat my home most of the time for free and use very little gas now.
In summer, I can cool my house for free too.
Since installing the immersun last year, it has diverted over £100 into the hot water tank and infra red heaters. I can also boil my vacuum kettle first thing in the morning totally free and have 2 litres of boiling hot water for 3 hours. I also run a portable oil radiator in my conservatory that is also fed from the diverter box so after having a tank of 200L of hot water, and heating the house to 20 degrees with infra red... any left over heats up my conservatory in winter.
It is quite possible to heat your home on solar PV if you do it right. If not 100% heat your home, it will certainly reduce the amount of gas the CH has to burn.http://i.imgur.com/F1DLzyI.jpg



Not sure I get this you say you have cut your electric bill by 45% yet your annual saving id £ 109?????????????
bargainbill
.... [Snip very long quote]..... I have 4kw installed and it produces about 3700kwh per year and 75% of that is in the summer when electricity demand is lowest.
You'd never heat a house off solar panels.
Same for solar thermal, you might get hot water on sunny summers days.
As for ground source heat pump, again great in theory but having looked into it unless you live on a farm where you can run acres of pipes then you'll end up freezing your lawn within a few years, the effeciency will reduce to an electric heater and then it's an expensive ornament.


I have to disagree with this. I too have 4kW solar PV system. I also have an immersun. The immersun diverts excess solar energy into a hot water tank, then into several infra red heaters dotted about the house.

It has cut my electricity bills down by 45% compared to when I did not have solar.
Almost every day I have a tank of free hot water. Even in January, I managed to heat my house at least partially with excess solar power. Of course there are days when the sun doesn't shine and we go back to using gas. But to say you can't heat your house with solar isn't right... well... at least not if you have a diverter box like the immersun yes it's not going to do it at night, and yes if the sun doesn't shine it won't. But I can heat my home most of the time for free and use very little gas now.

In summer, I can cool my house for free too.

Since installing the immersun last year, it has diverted over £100 into the hot water tank and infra red heaters. I can also boil my vacuum kettle first thing in the morning totally free and have 2 litres of boiling hot water for 3 hours. I also run a portable oil radiator in my conservatory that is also fed from the diverter box so after having a tank of 200L of hot water, and heating the house to 20 degrees with infra red... any left over heats up my conservatory in winter.

It is quite possible to heat your home on solar PV if you do it right. If not 100% heat your home, it will certainly reduce the amount of gas the CH has to burn.

http://i.imgur.com/F1DLzyI.jpg


Edited By: daskapital on Mar 27, 2017 15:25: added image
Just paid £32 for a heater last week when my boiler broke down. Meh lol
ordered 2. delivery is £3.95 per order. heated (mandatory pun)
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fan heater £10.00 in Tesco online and instore

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£5 in Bargain Base
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B&M industrial heater 3kw £25.00 was £39.99

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Ideal for heating up the garage with 2 heat settings and thermal cut out, I didn't buy one wish I still have my garage. Not sure if it's a local deal tho Read More
Ideal for heating up the garage with 2 heat settings and thermal cut out, I didn't buy one wish I still have my garage. Not sure if it's a local deal tho
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Sorry didn't look on their website, there are some other indoor heaters £10 and £12 for sale as well
stickyricky
Not on their website, I take it it's electrical?
Think it's solar powered.
Not on their website, I take it it's electrical?
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Beldray 1200W Halogen Heater @ B&M - £10.00

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RRP of £34.99 ( http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4153733 ) Product Code: 302165 302165-beldray-halogen-heater Beldray NOW £10.00 WAS £17.99 (RRP £34.99) Subject to availability - visit yo…
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I agree with philipgregson58 all light and not much heat unless your stood right next to it
get a De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator well worth it, you'll be hot n toasty in no time
£129! X)X)X)X)X)
I bought a generic £50 oil filled radiator brand new all it did was trip the fuse every 2 minutes after it was switched on
Bought the more expensive De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator, superb,buy cheap pay twice!
Pay twice ? Ok (10%) £258 deposit & 0% interest on gas central heating that is 75% cheaper than electricity on running that £129 "bargain"
I had no heating, was left without (I have oil central heating, gas was going to cost me over £8000 just to get it to my house) for 2 months over winter, have a halogen heater like this one listed and its a joke!
I needed something with a timer that I can leave unattended without burning the house down
Oil is the second cheapest after mains gas ? Get it fixed, £8K to get a gas pipe LOL
Edit:
Table of heating costs in the average home
Mains Gas – 4p / kWh
LPG Gas – 7.5p / kWh
Heating Oil – 6p / kWh
Bottled Gas – 14p – 32p / kWh
Electricity – 15p / kWhhttp://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/2/
it is fixed, now, various factors lead to being left without central heating over winter, my nextdoor neighbour has gas but the connection has to come from the main and it was going to cost me £8k +, I thought they were having a laugh, but no, so oil central heating is my next best option.

GN should be subject to the same as BT, a universal price per metre at least, 8K X)X)X)X) off! Hope you used the quote to keep warm ;)
seaniboy
skykid3
seaniboy
skykid3
seaniboy
skykid3
I agree with philipgregson58 all light and not much heat unless your stood right next to it
get a De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator well worth it, you'll be hot n toasty in no time
£129! X)X)X)X)X)
I bought a generic £50 oil filled radiator brand new all it did was trip the fuse every 2 minutes after it was switched on
Bought the more expensive De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator, superb,buy cheap pay twice!
Pay twice ? Ok (10%) £258 deposit & 0% interest on gas central heating that is 75% cheaper than electricity on running that £129 "bargain"
I had no heating, was left without (I have oil central heating, gas was going to cost me over £8000 just to get it to my house) for 2 months over winter, have a halogen heater like this one listed and its a joke!
I needed something with a timer that I can leave unattended without burning the house down
Oil is the second cheapest after mains gas ? Get it fixed, £8K to get a gas pipe LOL
Edit:
Table of heating costs in the average home
Mains Gas – 4p / kWh
LPG Gas – 7.5p / kWh
Heating Oil – 6p / kWh
Bottled Gas – 14p – 32p / kWh
Electricity – 15p / kWhhttp://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/2/

it is fixed, now, various factors lead to being left without central heating over winter, my nextdoor neighbour has gas but the connection has to come from the main and it was going to cost me £8k +, I thought they were having a laugh, but no, so oil central heating is my next best option.
skykid3
seaniboy
skykid3
seaniboy
skykid3
I agree with philipgregson58 all light and not much heat unless your stood right next to it
get a De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator well worth it, you'll be hot n toasty in no time
£129! X)X)X)X)X)
I bought a generic £50 oil filled radiator brand new all it did was trip the fuse every 2 minutes after it was switched on
Bought the more expensive De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator, superb,buy cheap pay twice!
Pay twice ? Ok (10%) £258 deposit & 0% interest on gas central heating that is 75% cheaper than electricity on running that £129 "bargain"
I had no heating, was left without (I have oil central heating, gas was going to cost me over £8000 just to get it to my house) for 2 months over winter, have a halogen heater like this one listed and its a joke!
I needed something with a timer that I can leave unattended without burning the house down
Oil is the second cheapest after mains gas ? Get it fixed, £8K to get a gas pipe LOL

Edit:
Table of heating costs in the average home
Mains Gas – 4p / kWh
LPG Gas – 7.5p / kWh
Heating Oil – 6p / kWh
Bottled Gas – 14p – 32p / kWh
Electricity – 15p / kWh


http://www.thegreenage.co.uk/cheaper-heat-home-gas-electricity/2/


Edited By: seaniboy on Feb 19, 2017 00:49
seaniboy
skykid3
seaniboy
skykid3
I agree with philipgregson58 all light and not much heat unless your stood right next to it
get a De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator well worth it, you'll be hot n toasty in no time
£129! X)X)X)X)X)
I bought a generic £50 oil filled radiator brand new all it did was trip the fuse every 2 minutes after it was switched on
Bought the more expensive De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator, superb,buy cheap pay twice!
Pay twice ? Ok (10%) £258 deposit & 0% interest on gas central heating that is 75% cheaper than electricity on running that £129 "bargain"

I had no heating, was left without (I have oil central heating, gas was going to cost me over £8000 just to get it to my house) for 2 months over winter, have a halogen heater like this one listed and its a joke!

I needed something with a timer that I can leave unattended without burning the house down
skykid3
seaniboy
skykid3
I agree with philipgregson58 all light and not much heat unless your stood right next to it
get a De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator well worth it, you'll be hot n toasty in no time
£129! X)X)X)X)X)
I bought a generic £50 oil filled radiator brand new all it did was trip the fuse every 2 minutes after it was switched on
Bought the more expensive De'longhi TRD4 1025T Dragon 4 Oil Filled Radiator, superb,buy cheap pay twice!
Pay twice ? Ok (10%) £258 deposit & 0% interest on gas central heating that is 75% cheaper than electricity on running that £129 "bargain"

Edited By: seaniboy on Feb 19, 2017 00:09
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Biopro Aquarium Heater Thermostat from £6.90 delivered via fast and free @ebay 50W, 100W, 200W, 300W

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Aquarium Heater/Thermostat Suitable for both marine and fresh water Digital Controller for greater reliability and accuracy Adjustable via a simple knob on the top, with indication of current…
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Also doubles as a budget sous vide!
Looks like cheap Chinese stuff.

Not heard of biopro in the aquatics scene.
Would not won't to risk failure and electrocution of my fish.
As a fellow fish keeper. Thanks !
May our water be warm and our fish healthy.
:D
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Brewing immersion heaters-50W for £8.99 delivered - All Pond Solutions.co.uk

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For home brewers - don't pay stupid prices (up to £40) to home brew outlets for an immersion heater. Go to allpondsolutions.co.uk who sell the same thing from £8.99 for a 50 watts, adjustable tempera… Read More
For home brewers - don't pay stupid prices (up to £40) to home brew outlets for an immersion heater. Go to allpondsolutions.co.uk who sell the same thing from £8.99 for a 50 watts, adjustable tempera…
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£6.90 here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Biopro-Aquarium-Heater-Thermostat-25W-50W-100W-200W-300W-/261526202718?var=&hash=item3ce42d295e:m:mzdKrE5pRG1GqtKFBpaLwLQ
They also sell a 200w version for £9 delivered so you can brew on an even larger scale.

OK cheaper on Ebay, but some on there offering a heater for 99p & free delivery but when you try to order, their prices go up to a lot more! This is FAKE PRICING! Furthermore, most of the time Ebay is "not rersponding" so I couldn't place an order anyway! Useless and a waste of time!
Kwel beanz! Heated (forgive the pun) :{
Don't want fishy beer.
£6.90 here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Biopro-Aquarium-Heater-Thermostat-25W-50W-100W-200W-300W-/261526202718?var=&hash=item3ce42d295e:m:mzdKrE5pRG1GqtKFBpaLwLQ
They also sell a 200w version for £9 delivered so you can brew on an even larger scale.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Feb 09, 2017 16:18
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Duronic - HV101 Black Mica Panel 2.5KW Radiant Convector Heater £59.19

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Down from £105.99 including postage extra 5% off with voucher codes DURONIC5
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Duronic kit is total junk, looks like a house fire in the making to me
capesurfline
Can anyone advise if this is better, oiled filled or summat like thishttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UP5HMCE/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_.ynHyb6QBQGYD
Need a heater but the more i look into it the more confusing it gets! Any help appreciated. Thank you
Is this a 4k 10bit smart panel ?
An Extra £2.80 off with voucher code DURONIC5
First post has been ammended

Edited By: capesurfline on Jan 22, 2017 16:18
Can anyone advise if this is better, oiled filled or summat like this

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UP5HMCE/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_.ynHyb6QBQGYD

Need a heater but the more i look into it the more confusing it gets! Any help appreciated. Thank you
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Gas heater and Full gas bottle including delivery £67.50 @ gasdealsdirect

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Now the cold weather has been promised this deal is a good price considering you get the heater and a full gas bottle included as well as free delivery. They also do just the gas bottle by itself for… Read More
Now the cold weather has been promised this deal is a good price considering you get the heater and a full gas bottle included as well as free delivery. They also do just the gas bottle by itself for…
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Do not operate in a bedroom, caravan, boat, tent, awning or any room less than 80 cubic metres in volume.
80 cubic metres! That's ridiculous, we don't all live in the Albert Hall.
This is 10 - how big would a room be for 80?? https://www.vanone.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/10-cubic-metres-AB-351x253.png
Much smaller than you would expect actually. If you made each of those walls twice as long and the ceiling 2.5m then you have a 63m^2 room.

Couple that with an open door and a CO alarm and you would probably be fine (I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice. Batteries not included.)
Musicrab
ro53ben
Waiting for somebody to come along that butane doesn't work very well in the cold...oh they just did. :p
Should be OK to use this at room temperature but won't work very well if the bottle is cold.
...and so what is the volume of each box? 0.1 cubic metres, 0.125 cubic metres or. 0.5 cubic metres?


I think you've replied to the wrong comment. 10 cubic metres is 2.15m on all three axes. 80 would be 4.3m on all three axes.
ro53ben
Waiting for somebody to come along that butane doesn't work very well in the cold...oh they just did. :p
Should be OK to use this at room temperature but won't work very well if the bottle is cold.
...and so what is the volume of each box? 0.1 cubic metres, 0.125 cubic metres or. 0.5 cubic metres?
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I use one in my 4sq metreconservatory and it enables me to use the conservatory all year round.
I was also expecting to get some condensation but because the kitchen door leading into it is always open it's never a problem.
Another thing is these new modern heaters don't smell fumey like they used to and seem to burn very clean.
Smelling fumey might be a useful sign to warn of danger... Not to be a killjoy but unless your ceiling is 5mtrs tall then you might want to read this
From Manufacturers website:
SAFETY INFORMATION.
This is a fumeless heater. Ensure the room is ventilated while the heater is in operation. Do not operate in a bedroom, caravan, boat, tent, awning or any room less than 80 cubic metres in volume.
These heaters have three heat settings and if used on maximum for a prolonged period of time I would agree on the 80 cubic metres volume.
I find in my conservatory on the maximum heat setting it is way too hot after a few minutes so it always gets used on minimum and I also have a carbon monoxide alarm in the room for extra safety.
Even on maximum the carbon monoxide alarm has never once gone off plus the heater also has an auto shut of if oxygen levels get too low which they never have.
I think as long as you use carbon monoxide detectors you should be OK. I lost a good friend a few years ago - he had a room in Greece whilst working there which had one of these heaters. He went to sleep and never woke up. That was in the 1980's and I know times have changed with more awareness, Monoxide detectors and Oxygen sensors etc. but it's always good to have a heads up. I've been told that you can no longer use these in care homes, foster homes or other business' where the public are found unless they have the required Cubic area (and if they did, I'm not sure how effective they would be at heating the room!!)
http://www.munsif.tv/sites/default/files/styles/article_image_full_node/public/field/image/27blast_0.jpg?itok=TSwvKWS2
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Tower 8 piece stainless steel pan set with 10 year guarantee was £160 now £48, Russell Hobbs Kettle & toaster twin pack was £80 now £24 plus free delivery more in post @ BHS

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Bought kettle and toaster set which says RRP 80 for £25 plus p&p got it and open today it's not Evan worth £10 going back tmrw RRP is misleading. Plz don't waste your time and money
Managed to get a different bargain as that one was out of stock, so Thank you for posting.
steevio_uk
I must have had various terrible experiences, but I don't think I've ever seen someone use a stainless steel pan without almost everything sticking to it.
See someone try to fry an egg, you leave half of it stuck on there.

Lol yes its true.. you get half an egg butty if your lucky X)
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Noticed this is British Home STORE not STORES?? Who are they?
seemed a bit dodgy thought they went out of business.
Had to take a double look. It's not 'The original BHS'. Just another company using the marketing that had been built for the original BHS.
As for pans. Are these any good, as in heavy based?

"The Qatari Al Mana Group purchased the company's international franchise stores and online operations in June 2016.[36] The group formed a new business, BHS International (UK) Limited, based in London. It launched a new website, bhs.com, under the new brand name "The British Home Store" in September 2016" Source:Wikipedia
Out of stock
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Pifco P44014 Downflow Fan Heater £12.99 @ Studio (Free Del New Customers with code / + £4.99 P&P)

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Hot (after installation that is, if all goes according to plan)

Edited By: rd3d2 on Feb 08, 2017 12:31
These are safe to use. They are on the sites that I work. They atre used in the drying room for the workmen's overalls. If they were not safe then I'm sure they would be removed by health and safety.
Give off a good heat.
What's the safety regs on this..? We have these in the house but 20+ years old... Thought it would be extinct by now due to heat+high kw+ water..
Seems a decent deal. I'm a fan... :P
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Lakeland deluxe 3 tier electric heater bundle with cover £140.98

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From the site... Dry clothes more quickly and efficiently Costs less than 6p per hour to run Cover keeps heat contained to speed up drying Washable polyester cotton cover turns into a practical
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Back in stock on eBay, thanks for the suggestion, just got one


No sweat mate, would be interested to hear if they are truly any good
Back in stock on eBay, thanks for the suggestion, just got one
mastersmithson
Ali1ali2
pay bit more and get a dryer
I said in the description the cost differences of using each one
You forgot to mention how long it takes to dry one washing machine load and the equivalent total cost of both dryers
dragonsmum
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Ali1ali2
pay bit more and get a dryer
I said in the description the cost differences of using each one
And how many hours does it take to dry a 8kg washing machine load?
Mine takes between 12 and 24 hours to dry a full load depending upon thickness of clothes and ambient temperature (it is in an unheated annexe.) Clothes don't shink like they do when tumbled. I do think the unit is good but overpriced.
So the 5p an hour will cost £1.20 to dry one load? Not very economical then
waiting for the refurb ones when they all get sent back http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/262662303741