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B&M industrial heater 3kw £25.00 was £39.99

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£25.00 @ B&M Retail
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
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
wilc Avatar1w, 16h agoFound 1 week, 16 hours ago3 Comments
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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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£10.00 @ B&M Retail
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…
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…
seaniboy Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago15 Comments
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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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£6.90 @ eBay
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…
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…
POWYSWALES Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago3 Comments
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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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£8.99 @ All Pond Solutions
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…
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…
RayB Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago4 Comments
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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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£59.19 @ DURONIC
Down from £105.99 including postage extra 5% off with voucher codes DURONIC5
Down from £105.99 including postage extra 5% off with voucher codes DURONIC5
capesurfline Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago4 Comments
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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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£67.50 @ GasDeal
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…
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…
paulandpam1 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago17 Comments
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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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£0.00 @ BHS (British Home Stores)
Just looking at final BHS sale prices and found some great bargains for the home - all free delivery using code FDCLOUD apply code at checkout. EDIT - Here links don't work so search the ID number nex…
Just looking at final BHS sale prices and found some great bargains for the home - all free delivery using code FDCLOUD apply code at checkout. EDIT - Here links don't work so search the ID number nex…
emribena Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago35 Comments
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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)
sweetibiza100
ssc1
jimthelob
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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£12.99 @ Studio
I was looking for a heater for my parents bathroom and thought this was a bargain as everywhere else it seems to go for around £25, hope it helps someone. Enter code 047 for free P&P
I was looking for a heater for my parents bathroom and thought this was a bargain as everywhere else it seems to go for around £25, hope it helps someone. Enter code 047 for free P&P
Clusta Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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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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£140.98 @ Lakeland
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
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
mastersmithson Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago13 Comments
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BillyBob
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
grandoldchap
mastersmithson
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
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Beldray Industrial Heater 3000W £39.99 at B&M

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£39.99 @ B&M Retail
Looks powerfull and quick heating which is what iam looking for my home / garage for upcoming cold winter season.
Looks powerfull and quick heating which is what iam looking for my home / garage for upcoming cold winter season.
thkarthik Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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Absolute rubbish. Barely puts any worthwhile heat out. Would take it back if the packaging hadn't been thrown out.
How did this ever get hot . Worst reviews ever and even comments from 8 people on here saying how rubbish it is . People must just be click happy . Idiots
Bought one of these and took it back, extremely noisy
these heaters are pony
they blow hot for a bit then the thermostat kicks in it just blows cold at you
we have one of these at work and to be honest it is shi*.

unless turned right up it cuts out very easily the knob has to be stuck in with bluetack to keep it running. as the knob pops in and out as part of its thermostat and it wears out quick.

just warning anyone thinking of getting one of these go buy an oil filled rad instead if you have any sense with a built in digital stat

basil
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Free Patio Heater with Any Rattan Furniture Set over £299 with Voucher @ Wallace Sacks

£0.00 @ Wallace Sacks
Instructions:Rattan Set and Patio Heater must be added to the basket to get the offer.  
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alphamike Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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Great deal
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2KW Convector Heater 3 Adjustable Heat Settings - Home - Wall Mount - Free Stand £12.99 ebay / rtwdirectsales

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£12.99 @ eBay
I can see that the link isn't working but here is the item number 6166416140274 Stay warm this year with the 2KW convector heater, The heaters heat is instant and is fully adjustable. The heater co…
I can see that the link isn't working but here is the item number 6166416140274 Stay warm this year with the 2KW convector heater, The heaters heat is instant and is fully adjustable. The heater co…
sajmeister2 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Sorry people, the link isn't working for some reason but I just added the item number 6166416140274
Maybe item number changed. Qty 01 £12.99 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201344745193, or mathematically-challenged qty 02 £29.99 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201708824660
Sorry people, the link isn't working for some reason but I just added the item number 6166416140274
Listing removed?
Try this item number on eBay 201344745193
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Fine Elements 2000W Convector Heater £14.99 at Robert Dyas - Free c&c

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£14.99 @ Robert Dyas
Good price for this time of year Fine Elements 2000W Convector Heater Warm up your home with this whisper-quiet convector heater. With adjustable power settings and variable temperature controls…
Good price for this time of year Fine Elements 2000W Convector Heater Warm up your home with this whisper-quiet convector heater. With adjustable power settings and variable temperature controls…
sajmeister2 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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andynicol
gbharatkumar
got it for £13 in B&Q
Showing as £20 for me...here
​it was a black Friday deal

Damn, all out of plutonium.
andynicol
gbharatkumar
got it for £13 in B&Q

Showing as £20 for me...here


​it was a black Friday deal
lighti
How much does this cost if used for 1 hour on max temperature each night?
What is your unit rate per kWh on your leccy bill?
Multiply by 2 on max e.g. 14p per kWh = 28p per hour on max.
lighti
How much does this cost if used for 1 hour on max temperature each night?
It has a power rating of 2kW, so if you run it at max setting for 1 hour (so assuming that it will work constantly, without the thermostat ever tripping), it will consume 2kWh of electricity.

How much it will cost depends on the tariff you're on. Typically it's between 12-16p/kWh or so, therefore it won't cost you more than 35 pence per hour (as a ballpark).
At least 30p per hour
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oil heater radiator 3 heat,2000w,timer, @ Very (£70 Amazon) £29.99 +£3.99 del if not coming up free

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£29.99 @ Very
Not the sexiest looking thing but good size & watt for price. £77.10 on Amazon. £50 similar at Argos . Adjustable thermostat 3 heat settings: 800 watt, 1.2kW and 2kW 2-year guarantee Dimen…
Not the sexiest looking thing but good size & watt for price. £77.10 on Amazon. £50 similar at Argos . Adjustable thermostat 3 heat settings: 800 watt, 1.2kW and 2kW 2-year guarantee Dimen…
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samlebambam
Out of stock now in the white for £29.99
That's cold
Out of stock now in the white for £29.99
Rom
Great price but always questions about the efficiency of these


True. I feel they are a lot safer than other heaters though
Great price but always questions about the efficiency of these
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Dyson AM09 Hot + Cool Fan Heater Upright Fan Heater in White & Nickel @ Co-Op Electrical for £239.99

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£239.99 @ Co-op Electrical
Use voucher code: CCW15 for this price (£15 Off All Orders over £200) £4.99 delivery included in price. Also you can have Saturday/Sunday delivery. 2.2% Topcashback and 234 Co-Op Membership p…
Use voucher code: CCW15 for this price (£15 Off All Orders over £200) £4.99 delivery included in price. Also you can have Saturday/Sunday delivery. 2.2% Topcashback and 234 Co-Op Membership p…
gary_rip Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago2 Comments
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Expensive Fan... Yes.
Cheapest... Yes.

Sounds hot to me then!
Expensive Fan... Yes.

Cheapest... Yes.
299

PRO ELEC Upright free Standing Fan Heater With 2 Settings £6.78 delivered @ CPC Farnell

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£6.78 @ CPC Farnell
Found this this heater at a great price. Will quickly warm you up. Useful for the office or even shed. If using for your business, you can claim the VAT back making it £5.65 2 Heat Settings: 10…
Found this this heater at a great price. Will quickly warm you up. Useful for the office or even shed. If using for your business, you can claim the VAT back making it £5.65 2 Heat Settings: 10…
shabbird Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago23 Comments
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Good one. Thanks. Heat Added.
gazz33
themachman
gazz33
Bargain :)
loving the new avatar gazz :)
Just trying to get into the Christmas spirit, that’s if the wife will let me. X)
X)
themachman
gazz33
Bargain :)
loving the new avatar gazz :)
Just trying to get into the Christmas spirit, that’s if the wife will let me. X)
gazz33
Bargain :)
loving the new avatar gazz :)
Brilliant <3
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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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£19.99 @ Home Bargains
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.
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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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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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
corred1964
pibpob
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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
pibpob
corred1964
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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
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.
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Beldray Fan Heater 2000W £9.99 @ b&m instore

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Fan assisted heaters work by drawing in cold air from the room via a powerful electric fan, which then blows the air over an electronically heated element. This heats the air that is blown out of t…
Fan assisted heaters work by drawing in cold air from the room via a powerful electric fan, which then blows the air over an electronically heated element. This heats the air that is blown out of t…
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A brand is a brand and this i not a big brand, its a generic heater with several companies buying and selling in bulk.

Still a hot deal for a non-major brand
foulone
Great description, would like to see a description like that for some Potatoes. Works by harnessing the energy from the earth and sun....
One up for that,would never have known that without the technicalities like that which it explains how it works.Only need to know the Btu's cfm then fully gend up.
I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago just to warm up a bathroom that is too cold, and have to say its the most rubbish fan heater I have ever used, The long thin slot does not seem to be anywhere near as efficient as a round slot found on most heaters, there are 2 heat settings when you finally turn it down from the highest setting the next one seems to quickly cool the room again!
Agreed, not the cheapest

Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!
Great description, would like to see a description like that for some Potatoes. Works by harnessing the energy from the earth and sun....
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Gas Heater £47.99 + 13kg Butane Gas Cyliner £19.99 Delivered @ Gasdeal - £67.98

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Get yourself prepared for winter! Free delivery!
Get yourself prepared for winter! Free delivery!
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I thought these had been banned!!

I get bad flashbacks from the 80's when I see these horrid things.
I ordered this yesterday to heat the shed, its the size of a garage but made of wood and gets quite cold. Ventilation isn't a problem as one of the windows wont shut, and as its used as a smoking shelter my flatmates are already inhaling poisonous fumes!

They used an electric heater last year but kept leaving it on resulting in massive bills, this way they just have to order a new gas bottle themselves.
1kg of butane is equivalent of 13kwh (assuming 100% efficiency of heater, which it won't be)
So 13kg is 169kwh for £20 so 11.83 pence per kwh. Which is comparable to electric. Surely safer and more convenient to just use an electric heater, which will be 100% efficient, so in practice cheaper, as electric heaters re cheaper in the first place too?
We had one of these years ago, tons of condensation and we open windows for at least 30 minutes every morning regardless of weather.
If you want a bad chest then go for it.
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2kW Convector heater £11.94 delivered @ CPC Farnell

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Following on from the £13 deal for a virtually identical heater from B&Q this one can be had for just under £12 delivered.
Following on from the £13 deal for a virtually identical heater from B&Q this one can be had for just under £12 delivered.
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Now showing as £16.20 Inc. VAT
I think this one has EXPIRED!
Quick, get those HOT, HOT, HOT votes in now!
Just to make it clear, CPC often list products with duplicate pricing, the regular price and the promo price, at the same time. This is the situation here. The £11.94 price has increased to £16.20, but the same item is available with the product code HG0091603 priced @ £13.98 ! As an alternative there is also the option of the same unit with a turbo fan and cold blow function priced @ £19.44 with the product code HG0091703. ENSURE THE LAST TWO DIGITS ARE INCLUDED, because that is what gives the promo price ! The prices listed here for these two products are valid until 16-12-16.

Edited By: COMARANTZ on Nov 23, 2016 12:00: Info.
Now showing as £16.20 Inc. VAT

I think this one has EXPIRED!

Quick, get those HOT, HOT, HOT votes in now!


Edited By: EveshamLad on Nov 22, 2016 19:38: sp.
Dangerous_Dave2k
Well, it's arrived. Not even a fan! Maybe I was being unrealistic in my expectations, but this thing weighs about as much as a packet of crisps, and has uncovered wires inside a matter of inches from the heating brush thing. Is this definitely safe? Seems dodgy AF to me.
They are incredibly light - all they have are a couple of elements ./ thermostat and switches. And as discussed previously they don't come with a fan (they are a convector heater).

Got a picture of the exposed wires ?
Well, it's arrived. Not even a fan! Maybe I was being unrealistic in my expectations, but this thing weighs about as much as a packet of crisps, and has uncovered wires inside a matter of inches from the heating brush thing. Is this definitely safe? Seems dodgy AF to me.
1 in stock @ 02.20 AM. Now SOLD OUT @ 02.25 AM Tuesday.
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Costco Derby £239.98 cheaper than John Lewis and Argos for Dyson Hot & Cool Fan Heater AM09

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Costco Derby offer on Dyson hot and cool fan heaters. £199.99 excluding VAT. £239.98 with VAT
Costco Derby offer on Dyson hot and cool fan heaters. £199.99 excluding VAT. £239.98 with VAT
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Argos and Curry's have 10% quidco and £249.99 so £225.
& Chester
This was in costco Thurrock too. So should be nation wide.
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Karcher Classic WV classic window vac was £54 now £33 Kudox towel wamer rail was £78 now £38 Bar stool was £35 now £25 Electric heater was £20 now £13 Black friday deals @ b&q

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B&Q black Friday weekend deals until end of business Monday 21st. Karcher Classic WV 280mm suction head with 2 year guarantee includes the spray bottle kit worth £18 was £54 now £33 KARCHER
B&Q black Friday weekend deals until end of business Monday 21st. Karcher Classic WV 280mm suction head with 2 year guarantee includes the spray bottle kit worth £18 was £54 now £33 KARCHER
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WV2 is quieter and has 25% longer runtime. Also includes both 280mm and 170 mm head. £33 in Currys, £35 in Screwfix.
what's the difference between the WV Classic and WV2?
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Electric 2000W convector heater £13.00 @ B&Q free click and collect

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Great price for this little convector heater. This Electric 2KW Convector Heater is perfect for keeping you warm throughout the colder months. The heater is controlled with three heat settings, and…
Great price for this little convector heater. This Electric 2KW Convector Heater is perfect for keeping you warm throughout the colder months. The heater is controlled with three heat settings, and…
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Have any cold souls found an oil-filled rad where you can actually set the temperature, rather than just turn a dial?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Dragon-Electronic-Filled-Radiator/dp/B00LPCUQV0/ref=dp_ob_title_kitchen
Similar if not identical one for £11.94 delivered from CPC

http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00022/convector-heater/dp/HG00916

I'll stick this up as a separate deal.
jaizan
EveshamLad
They'll cost exactly the same as any other 2000w electrical heater.
Last time I looked, it was about 4 times the cost of heating by gas (although that was quite a few years ago).
Penny wise pound foolish.
I don't have gas in my workshop ......
Showing as no stock at all stores near me, but they had a stack of them as you walk into the Wellingborough store.
EveshamLad
They'll cost exactly the same as any other 2000w electrical heater.

Last time I looked, it was about 4 times the cost of heating by gas (although that was quite a few years ago).

Penny wise pound foolish.
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Honeywell HZ-510E Fan Heater - £39.99 @ Argos

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Was looking for a reliable branded heater to keep out the winter chills! Opted to buy a branded one rather than a cheap portable one that die out after the season, came across this. Good reviews a…
Was looking for a reliable branded heater to keep out the winter chills! Opted to buy a branded one rather than a cheap portable one that die out after the season, came across this. Good reviews a…
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I bought this from Amazon but it doesn't heat up the room very well in a large space. There aren't different heat settings either. One heat only. Good price though - I paid quite a bit more!
Heavy-Duty Lecy bills, but a handy heater for the odd garage tinker :)
sowotsdis
heavy duty what 1.8kW since when?

I think you're conflating heavy-duty with power output.
heavy duty what 1.8kW since when?
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STANLEY ST-52-241-E FREESTANDING WORKSHOP TURBO ELECTRIC FAN HEATER 2000W @ SCREWFIX Was £69.99 Now £30.75

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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…
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…
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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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yozzman1234
Says not available for collection or delivery????


​Maybe they send it by fax?


W a n k e r
Voted cold after buying one to find both fan settings are the same and it doesn't get warm let along
hot.
melted
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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.
they cant deliver :(
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Dyson Hot + Cool AM05 Heater Iron/Blue - Brand New - 2 Year Guarantee £200.00 (with code) ebay / dyson_outlet

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Brand New Dyson AM05 Hot+Cool.. ebay-outlet.. but brand new with 2 year guarantee.. need to use the code CDYSON2016
Brand New Dyson AM05 Hot+Cool.. ebay-outlet.. but brand new with 2 year guarantee.. need to use the code CDYSON2016
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Its another Dyson gimmick isn't it...................come on peeps(_;)
No its not, i got one at this price last year from ebay outlet and its not particularly noisy and it heats up the room pretty quick and has saved me a lot in terms of gas bill
You use this over gas central heating? I think your believing what you want to believe to justify your purchase....lol
And unless you have one you must be dreaming, it works very well for me and has cut down my overall gas / electric bill whether you believe me or not
If I had gas central heating i would be living the dream alright hehe got to move home no gas in this block of flats :(
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Its another Dyson gimmick isn't it...................come on peeps(_;)
No its not, i got one at this price last year from ebay outlet and its not particularly noisy and it heats up the room pretty quick and has saved me a lot in terms of gas bill
You use this over gas central heating? I think your believing what you want to believe to justify your purchase....lol

And unless you have one you must be dreaming, it works very well for me and has cut down my overall gas / electric bill whether you believe me or not
Sharpharp
These fans are cheap plastic and much noisier than normal fans.
I bought one last year, sent it back after 2 days because even on the lowest setting the noise was too loud.
I contacted Dyson marketing because it said "17% quieter" all over the box.... Turns out it was 17% quieter than THEIR OWN previous model..... Says a lot really, Dyson is all wanna-Apple without the substance
It's true , because dyson CEO looks like and is a sort of uk version of Tim Cook
These fans are cheap plastic and much noisier than normal fans.
I bought one last year, sent it back after 2 days because even on the lowest setting the noise was too loud.
I contacted Dyson marketing because it said "17% quieter" all over the box.... Turns out it was 17% quieter than THEIR OWN previous model..... Says a lot really, Dyson is all wanna-Apple without the substance
I have this (different colour) and they are fantastic - if I could afford to I'd have one in each room they are great warms my living room up in a few minutes before the central heating can kick in :{
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£249.99 Dyson Hot + Cool AM05 Heater Iron/Blue - Brand New - 2 Year Guarantee @ Dyson eBay outlet

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This looks to be £120 cheaper than same item on the dyson website. Not sure if I need one but at this price I'm tempted. Fast, even room heating. High velocity air to cool. Dyson AM05 fan heater us…
This looks to be £120 cheaper than same item on the dyson website. Not sure if I need one but at this price I'm tempted. Fast, even room heating. High velocity air to cool. Dyson AM05 fan heater us…
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classygear
I have 2 of these and they're great. They are deigned NOT to emit dangerously high temperatures that might burn surrounding objects OR dust so they are MUCH safer than any other heater of this type. They maintain temperatures in a room VERY well. While these are noisier than other models they aren't any more noisy than any other make. They are also very effecting cooling fans.


​I've got a 20+ year old Philips (remember them?) fan heater. It DOESN'T set the house on fire (has safety cut out) and is VERY quiet. It also has a thermostat so maintains room temperature VERY well.

I'll sell it to you for £180 if interested? (_;)

Basically, you are a mug. A.K.A. Mr. Dyson's demographic. I take it your house is full of Apple devices too? X)
This is the old model
classygear
I have 2 of these and they're great. They are deigned NOT to emit dangerously high temperatures that might burn surrounding objects OR dust so they are MUCH safer than any other heater of this type. They maintain temperatures in a room VERY well. While these are noisier than other models they aren't any more noisy than any other make. They are also very effecting cooling fans.


​ how much did you pay for them. Is this a good deal?
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gr8h8me
Insanely expensive but not as bad as their hairdryer. They must think were mugs
​Dyson's 'genius' is knowing some people are mugs. ;)

And then making a sparkly trinket for the mugs to throw wads of cash at...
£249 for a fan/heater! If cold put a jumper on, if hot take jumper off. Much cheaper
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2kw convector heater. £12.99 home bargains instore.

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Very good price for a 2kw convector heater, near £20 most other stores.
Very good price for a 2kw convector heater, near £20 most other stores.
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For convectors I like silent and powerful air stream that quickly heat the entire room...

We get that when our child farts.
For convectors I like silent and powerful air stream that quickly heat the entire room...
I'm fan of convectors but oil-filled are provably more comfortable because they are constant source of heat. Convectors are either full on or cold. Efficiency is same!
mhhbizz
im confused now
The heat you pay for is the heat you get. The one exception is storage heaters, where you can pay for the heat at a cheap time of the day and get it at another time.
im confused now
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Fan Heater £7.17 at cpc

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free delivery, loads in stock, I've had this one in my motorhome for a couple of years, so its pretty robust.
free delivery, loads in stock, I've had this one in my motorhome for a couple of years, so its pretty robust.
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This model is prone to failure as the bottom switch gets damaged within few months of usage. Last year I had to replace them 3-4 times.
Ordered yesterday, arrived today courtesy of UPS. Thanks again OP.
Ordered
EveshamLad
shadey12

, I've had this one in my motorhome for a couple of years, so its pretty robust.
Unfortunately, that may not be the one they now supply ;)

Image is for illustrative purposes only.


​looks identical.
shadey12

, I've had this one in my motorhome for a couple of years, so its pretty robust.
Unfortunately, that may not be the one they now supply ;)

Image is for illustrative purposes only.
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Lloytron British Standard Approved 2000 W Fan Heater was £19.99 now £12.61 Prime or £17.24 non prime @ Amazon

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2 Heat settings Variable thermostat Auto saftey cut-off Prone or upright positions Approx. 1.5m BS approved mains cord
2 Heat settings Variable thermostat Auto saftey cut-off Prone or upright positions Approx. 1.5m BS approved mains cord
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Gone up 12p to £12.61 have amended for OP
Quad
are these those ones that overheat and blow up?
If it is the same build as the ones we had at work, then sort of yes.

Two melted and the other fizzled out in a small shower of sparks. It goes for any heater that you should never leave it on and unmonitored. These ones though, I wouldn't have it on without watching it constantly.

Well actually, I wouldn't have it on - I'd throw it away...
I am also now wondering why a halogen heater is cheaper if they are consuming the same amount of electricity. Is it because halogen heaters take much less time to heat up a room than a fan heater, so therefore spending less to achieve the same result?
Quad
androidavis
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androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
Hi quad, yes I mean the halogen Ines that light up a warm glow. In what ways would they be annoying to live with?
a warm glow? Cute way to describe it. The one I had was more like a floodlight on/off constantly.


Oh you mean the light itself is annoying to live with - I got you now. Thanks
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androidavis
I understand aldi or lidl will be selling a heater very soon, a halogen type. Are those types generally preferable?
If you mean the halogen ones that are brightly lit and go off and on then they are very annoying to live with. These are more expensive to run though.
I can't imagine it being any more expensive to run than a 2000W halogen heater...
The whole point of halogen is that its cheaper to run. Oil and halogen are cheapest. Fan heaters are up there with most expensive along with bar fires.
You sound like an expert. How much cheaper is it to run a 2000W halogen heater than this 2000W fan heater?
Im not an expert. Im not your mother or your teacher either. Go google your own info.
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Challenge 1.6kW Halogen Heater was £49.99 now £19.99 @ argos

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good reviews needed one so reserved The Challenge halogen heater has a heat output of 1.6kW with four heat settings and safety cut out switch to prevent it from over-heating. It also has handle to
good reviews needed one so reserved The Challenge halogen heater has a heat output of 1.6kW with four heat settings and safety cut out switch to prevent it from over-heating. It also has handle to
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These are great heaters they keep the room warm and act as a light as well and inexpensive to run!

Bought a iGenix 1600w one back in 2005/6 which is now needed replaced due to corrosion where the tubes lock in place!

Great heaters hope to get a bargain on another iGenix one in next few weeks
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http://i.imgur.com/lhwJnY2.png

I agree with your figures, but can I just add that these halogen fires only use 1.2kW if you put all three bars on... if you only use one bar like me (and it's more than toasty in my moderate sized room I promise you), it only uses a third of that, i.e. 400W per bar. So works out even cheaper to run! Great little fires, they are a bargain for what they can do, and I am disabled and have been using one for years and it's a real money saver for me. They are efficient and beat putting my storage heaters on hands down, as they are more controllable and a hell of a lot cheaper to run.


Edited By: dudtwo on Nov 10, 2016 01:46
Who cares what other heaters do, the heater in question is a halogen heater!

I reserved one of these a week or so ago; collected it tonight! I wanted one cos not all my radiators have stats on, so my home gets super toasty quickly - bought this as it means I can just have a room warm, rather than my entire house!
not sure if its been mentioned but asda has one very similar to this - brand is warmlite - I paid £12 about a week ago
skykid3
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http://i.imgur.com/lhwJnY2.png
​how is that a comparison? a 1.2kw halogen is cheaper than a2kw convector. like saying a 60 watt bulb uses less than a 100w. obvious.

You don't say?

I didn't make the comparison table,I just posted so you could get a better idea of actual monetary running costs.

My central heating system is currently being replaced and am using halogen heaters, I can assure you they heat a room and heat it well


​all the other heaters would do exactly the same.
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Draper 24582 (DSH72) 20kw / 70k BTU DIESEL space heater - £170.00 @ discounttools31 Ebay discounttools31 / ebay

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Cheapest i've seen one of these. Guy in the machine shop behind us paid over £300 for the same model so this is a bit of a bargain. Cheapest equivalent on Machine Mart is £287! Diesel ones are way bet…
Cheapest i've seen one of these. Guy in the machine shop behind us paid over £300 for the same model so this is a bit of a bargain. Cheapest equivalent on Machine Mart is £287! Diesel ones are way bet…
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Can anyone comment on the reliability of Draper space heaters?

I'm very tempted by the price, but not sure whether to get this for £170 or a Sealey AK708 70,000BTU for around £250? Can anyone please advise?
nedge2k
from a pump probably but i wouldn't risk using homebrew - might clog it up. you can't treat these the same was as old diesel engines. just use red diesel, nice and cheap.

Bio diesel is a powerful solvent and actually has the opposite effect of "clogging up". Engines only tend to get clogged at the fuel filter because when people swap over as this stuff removes carbon deposits left in engines that have previously been run on mineral diesel. This will run on bio diesel no problem at all providing the engine does not have natural rubber components, which nowadays is highly unlikely.
from a pump probably but i wouldn't risk using homebrew - might clog it up. you can't treat these the same was as old diesel engines. just use red diesel, nice and cheap.
can you run this on bio-diesel too?
tbh our machine shop uses it with the doors closed and when i've borrowed theirs for the workshop, i've done the same. but these are quite large spaces. you could always get a carbon monoxide alarm just to be safe.
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2kw CONVECTOR HEATER £13.99 DELIVERED EBAY / RTW

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Recieved mine a few days ago and works perfect heating my attic room. Over 1600 sold so far by this seller. Stay warm this year with the 2KW convector heater, The heaters heat is instant and is
Recieved mine a few days ago and works perfect heating my attic room. Over 1600 sold so far by this seller. Stay warm this year with the 2KW convector heater, The heaters heat is instant and is
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​​What are people's views between a convector heater and an oil filled heater please? I was looking at an oil filled one for £40 from Lidl. If they are very similar I would rather spend less money on this.


​Id go for an oil filled radiator as it's safer. These convection heaters heat the room up faster than oil rads, but since there's nothing protecting the element inside, little debris, splashes of water (if in bathroom) etc will end its life.
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I purchased one of these but when I plugged it in, after a few minutes it became very hot. I switched it off as I suspect it may be a dodgy Chinese poor quality item.


​never switch an appliance like this off if it becomes hot, always poor water on it instead.


​You sir have just made my day hahahaha :D
Lilrach
​​What are people's views between a convector heater and an oil filled heater please? I was looking at an oil filled one for £40 from Lidl. If they are very similar I would rather spend less money on this.
Oil filled is like central heating it takes a little longer to heat up but not that long but when it switches off the oil stays warm and residual heat still heats the room once it cools the thermostat turns is back on while saving you money!

Convectors are instant heat but once off they are cold within minutes! For a house i'd go with an oil filled radiator but depends what your using it for? Top up central heating then get a convector! In a shed get a convector


Edited By: Anon32 on Oct 18, 2016 09:45
These have been on here cheaper, but If you need to heat a room up quickly then I recommend them . The metal case is thin and dents easily , so don't kick them. They normally come in a box where you have to screw the feet on yourself . Providing you screw them on tight , no problem . The element wires are thin, so could break if you drop it , but otherwise should last for years and if one should fail, then just throw it away and get another one.

Convectors can make the air dry so if you suffer from coughs you might want to consider something else.
Paid £19.99 in Argos today :(
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Lifestyle Heatforce Cabinet Heater was £66.00 - now £47.99 with free deilvery @ gasdeal

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Many people, especially the elderly, are very conscious of their heating bills over winter. Often, we see many not using their gas central heating to heat rooms they are not occupying. With a portable…
Many people, especially the elderly, are very conscious of their heating bills over winter. Often, we see many not using their gas central heating to heat rooms they are not occupying. With a portable…
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Agree with the above comments, daughter had one in her flat last year and it caused condensation and led to mildew problems in her flat.
I've used those heaters in the 80's when I didn't have central heating in my cottage. They do cause condensation if you don't ventilate the room. I would only use one now in a workshop or garage but not in a living area.
Just remember there could be a potential carbon monoxide problem with poor ventilation and they produce a lot of condensation. Not the safest form of instant heat especially for the elderly and infirm , unless , of course , they're well insured.
It's £67.98 including one 15kg gas bottle.
Having never used this sort how long does a 13kg bottle last? (Thanks in advance if anyone knows)
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I was looking around to buy a fan heater and induction hob (sadly we are an electric-only household), and their Andrew James' reviews on Amazon are good for their heater and induction hob, so I tried
I was looking around to buy a fan heater and induction hob (sadly we are an electric-only household), and their Andrew James' reviews on Amazon are good for their heater and induction hob, so I tried
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Thanks, I had been looking on their site as they were cheaper than Amazon for the hinged Halogen Oven but was still undecided. But I've just got one with 20% off (also free delivery). H.A of course.
I love good quality affordable products