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Portable Gas Heater was £16.99 now £4.99 @ B&M Stores

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Popped into B&M yesterday for a few bits and saw these for cheapness and couldn't resist getting one. Use in a well ventilated area due to carbon monoxide build up! The portable gas heater is idea…
simate Avatar4d, 13h agoFound 4 days, 13 hours ago10 Comments
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Use in a well ventilated area...ideal for camping/caravanning? Interesting...
How many hours does a can last with this heater?
Heat from me, but make sure you buy canisters that have the CRV (Countersink Release Vent) safety system!!! B&M link is a good one.

CRV is a Butane can 'safety feature' that allows gas to vent through the perforations in the can rim when extreme heat or pressure is too much. Non CRV cans will exploded with damaging results. CRV approved cans are identified by their certification marked on the can and packaging (certification and compliance of either EN417 or UL147B) they also have a light blue colour rim.
Edinburgh Seafield Road had 1 left.
simate
Kammykay
You'd be lucky to get one. I rang a few stores and all out of stock.
​Bedford had stock yesterday, not many though, about 6, minus the one I bought.

Bit too far from Manchester lol
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La Hacienda Heatmaster U3R20 2.0KW Popular Umbrella Mount Infrared Heater - £69.99 instore @ The Range

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4 head 2KW parasol heater found instore at The Range. £90 - £100 elsewhere online.
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ariston 10 litre 3kw undersink water heater £48.00 (down from £124) at B&Q Livingston

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Undersink water heater for the garage, shed or man cave. National price is down to £88 which is good enough however if your in Livingston, B&Q closing sale has this under £50 which is a bargain.
PeterGammage Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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biggysilly
No I hadn't considered that! but then I don't post deals and comments and then abandon them. If I had a deal that had expired I would expire (I clicked expire on 8 of your expired deals but I guess that is something only you can do when you get round to it) it and if I posted a comment as a first post to correct the title I would then delete it when the title was corrected. When you have finished bickering at me maybe you can delete your comment and I will also do likewise and the thread will be cleared of junk messages and back on topic
"Trolling, Trolls: Users or groups of users who post inflammatory comments, disrupt normal, on-topic conversations or choose to attack other members because of their views and opinions, attempting to beat them down or demean them."
My comment was on topic, relevant and to help the OP. Feel free to moderate my deals, I assume that the fact every member can expire a deal means it's everybody's job.
Thank you OP and I'll leave your thread in peace!
Welcome to the biggysilly Ignore list!
I just googled where Livingston is. End of story.
biggysilly
No I hadn't considered that! but then I don't post deals and comments and then abandon them. If I had a deal that had expired I would expire (I clicked expire on 8 of your expired deals but I guess that is something only you can do when you get round to it) it and if I posted a comment as a first post to correct the title I would then delete it when the title was corrected. When you have finished bickering at me maybe you can delete your comment and I will also do likewise and the thread will be cleared of junk messages and back on topic
"Trolling, Trolls: Users or groups of users who post inflammatory comments, disrupt normal, on-topic conversations or choose to attack other members because of their views and opinions, attempting to beat them down or demean them."
My comment was on topic, relevant and to help the OP. Feel free to moderate my deals, I assume that the fact every member can expire a deal means it's everybody's job.
Thank you OP and I'll leave your thread in peace!
biggysilly
moneybag
Should have store specific in title. Good deal though.
Isn't "at B&Q Livingston" specific enough? The website claims only to have one store in Livingston and the Op states closing down Sale.
Have you considered that we are not all biggysilly and the title was changed after my post?
Do these still need a expansion tank. ?
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Electric stove effect heater £35.00 @ Tesco Direct

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cream and Black available £17.50 with Clubcard boost! - bhunterno1
j8ulia Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago7 Comments
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looks good, thanks op.
We have this stove heater, it's a great wee thing and heats up the room a treat but just before xmas the bulb went on it and I can't for the life of me work out how to get in and change it! Any help from anyone else who owns it?
Bulb is under coals. Think you just lift them up to replace. Hope that helps!
Bought for our summerhouse using clubcard boost! Heat added!
We have this stove heater, it's a great wee thing and heats up the room a treat but just before xmas the bulb went on it and I can't for the life of me work out how to get in and change it! Any help from anyone else who owns it?
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Hot Air Gun 2000W £11.75 Delivered @thinkprice on ebay

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2000W Complete with 4 Nozzles Two heat settings: 375C or 495C Suitable for paint stripping, drying paint, Thawing water pipes, rubber tube shrinking
HarrBarr Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Can this be used for car wrapping?
Car wrapping needs around 90oC.
But you can, most probaly, use this, to do the job.
Can this be used for car wrapping?
nice, I need one of these!
Good for killing weeds too
http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-2000W-Hot-Air-Gun/p/215623
This is a better option if there's one near you.
I got the Wickes Hot Air Gun last month, very difficult to find, only about 30 left in all the stores in UK. Great feature is variable temp control, great for heat shrinking and applying films, as well as what its intended for, stripping paint. Bargain for £9-99 with Blown Plastic case and attachments.

Yeah, awesome tool - I posted it when I first saw it a few weeks ago.
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Heater fans £3.50 at Asda

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Found loads of heater fans 2000w down from £7 to £3.50 in Asda store in Bletchley in Milton Keynes. Loads left on shelves when we went today.... Still scanned through at full price so not sure if nati…
Nash29 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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Rom
Great price but there's usually discussion about the efficiency of these.


​They're more or less 100% efficient at what they do, coverting energy in to heat buy yes they're hungry little things. Though if you haven't much choice but to use electric heating...
This will go hot
someone might buy it as xmas present....
Perfect for this weather :p
they are great heaters! got a couple when we had no heating due to a gas leak at our house!!
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DeLonghi HCX3124FS Convector Heater Orginal Price £89.99 now £22.49 @ Dunelm Londonderry

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DeLonghi HCX3124FS Convector Heater Original Price £89.99 now £22.49 @ Dunelm Londonderry The DeLonghi HCX3124FS convector heater can warm larger room and will soon have your home feeling cosy.
amathew Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago23 Comments
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baddison
How many terrabytes is it?

4TB only but the NAS drive is pretty amazing once you install OpenNAS as the boot OS.
They had one at this price in bristol by the tills yesterday, might be worth a call for anyone nearby
I've wired one of these to my toilet seat...now I can spend hours on the toilet.
baddison
How many terrabytes is it?
Are those like terrapins?
How many terrabytes is it?
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Goodmans 2000W Fan Heater £1.00 @ B&M

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Spotted at B&M Blantyre
furion1985 Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago50 Comments
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in this thread: people who don't understand that all electric heaters are 100% efficient.
*shakes head*
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TedStriker72
nick1austin
Canary0500
If electricity costs 16p per kWh, then this heater would cost 32p/hour to run, how is that expensive?
Gas is less than 5p per kWh. For people whose only experience is with gas heating I think it comes as quite a surprise that electric heating is over three times as expensive.
It is 5 times more expensive but a fan heater is virtually 100% efficient. Even with a decent condensing boiler (and assuming it's actually running in condensing mode), the loss of of a central heating system would make that three times the cost closer to twice. I don't think anyone would suggest using a bank of these to heat a house but for an individual room it is cheaper to run this than an entire central heating system. I'm living alone at the moment in a 3 bed house, in the mornings I only need my bedroom and the en suite heated and that's much cheaper to do with a fan heater than running the central heating.
not really if you got decent central heating and radiators which you can adjust when not needed..
oil filled radiators on the other hand are pretty decent tho if you just need to heat 1 room and DO NOT have a gas central heating.
229mel
nick1austin
Canary0500
If electricity costs 16p per kWh, then this heater would cost 32p/hour to run, how is that expensive?
Gas is less than 5p per kWh. For people whose only experience is with gas heating I think it comes as quite a surprise that electric heating is over three times as expensive.
except that only in UK gas is measured in KwH Which is not even real measurement for gas it's actual measured in volume.... Still don't understand why the f this is done in UK...i Suppose it's made like that so dumb people can have a better understanding but seriously WTF?
Your meter counts in volume but you get billed for the amount of energy you are supplied as the amount of energy in a given volume isn't not constant, so kWh is a sensible unit to charge for as it represents the energy you are using, not the volume. Google Calorific Value. A watt is not tied to electricity, it is a unit of power.
nick1austin
Canary0500
If electricity costs 16p per kWh, then this heater would cost 32p/hour to run, how is that expensive?
Gas is less than 5p per kWh. For people whose only experience is with gas heating I think it comes as quite a surprise that electric heating is over three times as expensive.

It is 5 times more expensive but a fan heater is virtually 100% efficient. Even with a decent condensing boiler (and assuming it's actually running in condensing mode), the loss of of a central heating system would make that three times the cost closer to twice. I don't think anyone would suggest using a bank of these to heat a house but for an individual room it is cheaper to run this than an entire central heating system. I'm living alone at the moment in a 3 bed house, in the mornings I only need my bedroom and the en suite heated and that's much cheaper to do with a fan heater than running the central heating.
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For a similar running cost, simply burn five pound notes on an open fire whilst throwing pound coins out of an open window.
You know of a 2000W electric heater that's cheaper to run? Please, tell me of this wondrous machine!
I was just making the point in a semi humorous fashion that these electric fan heaters are very expensive to run and the very low purchase price is somewhat false economy.
Not really, the fan is small having a fan is better because essentially it heats up a larger area more quickly. frankly i can see no other way that could heat a room faster and for so low a cost. even burning logs costs something, go get the logs, get the matches etc. I used to sell air conditioning and these little heaters i think are fantastic value for money. if you pay more for a heater you have to add that to the running costs over the life of the heater. doubt you could do better than these little fan heaters. if you have a fan without a heater look how small an area it heats so the fan is a necessary part of the product. they are thermostatically controlled and often have speed controls. sophistication at the flick of a switch that we all take so much for granted. add a cheap timer to the wall socket and volia you hae it all in a nice neat package for peanuts.
Yeah, . Use a cheap wall plug timer, stick a £1, 2000w fan heater and stick back, relax l. No thanks... I would recomment that people do not do this.

Why not?
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Warmlite Flat Fan Heater was £9 then £7 now £3.50 @ Asda Walmart Milton Keynes

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Warmlite Flat Fan Heater Also available uprights and ceramic which have been reduced.
tazbegum03 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Scanning at £7.00 :(
Watch your electric meter go round as fast as the fan heater
Asda need to bring a few of those Stores/Deals to London too I think?, hmmmmmmmmm, hehehe. :-)
peter1223
Or is it for heating flat fans?


Hahahaha, ask me another ..... lol.
Or is it for heating flat fans?
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Quartz heater Goodmans 900W @ B&M in store £1.00

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Quartz heater Goodmans 900W @ B&M Bristol £1. This electric heater allows you to warm your home with one of the world's most trusted electrical brands. Very good trustworthy heaters from Goodmans.…
bakeryeq Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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C0mm0n_Sense
900W ? seems quite powerful, is that RMS or PMPO ?

Dunno, just be careful when you turn the heat up to 11.
900W ? seems quite powerful, is that RMS or PMPO ?
Laughing at the comments here, but I would agree - just say "one of the worlds crappest brands, but at a price that still makes it a bargain(/fire hazard)"
Caroline_1993
I wouldnt have one of these if they were giving then away.
I used to work at b&m the amout of these that were returned was ridiculous.

But Goodmans are one of the worlds most trusted brands - no? :):):)
I wouldnt have one of these if they were giving then away.

I used to work at b&m the amout of these that were returned was ridiculous.
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Radiator Booster MK3 £9.99 prime / £13.98 non prime Sold by etailz UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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I've yet to order this product myself, as it generally costs £20-25, but at this price it might be worth checking out for saving on gas even if it only lasts one cold season
Propaganda_Panda Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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I find that lagging the radiators properly does make quite a difference to the fuel bills.
I bought a roll from lidl that cost £3. it was styrofoam with reflective material on one side. bought some aluminium tape for £.99p to cover the edge and put it behind 4 rads with solvent free adhesive. not sure it does anything though
dereklogan7
fireman1
InTheKnow444
Make your own reflective panels for all outside wall Radiators out of silver foil/cardboard for best cost effective heat retention (cost less than 50p, pays for itself within weeks)
I appreciate money saving but that's extreme. Do you make lightshades out of old cereal boxes too?
You could fill them with the soil from the hole you're digging. X)
dereklogan7
fireman1
InTheKnow444
Make your own reflective panels for all outside wall Radiators out of silver foil/cardboard for best cost effective heat retention (cost less than 50p, pays for itself within weeks)
I appreciate money saving but that's extreme. Do you make lightshades out of old cereal boxes too?
You could fill them with the soil from the hole you're digging. X)

That reply would be great if it made any sense.
i will start saving up my kit kat wrappers
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Goodmans heater £10.00 @ B&M

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Seems like a good price!
strabo75 Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago26 Comments
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C0mm0n_Sense
How many watts is it ? (RMS i mean, not PMPO)



2 heat settings - 1000 watts and 2000 watts
Auto safety cut-off
Real log flame effect
Fan assisted
Dimensions: H41 x W30 x D14cm (Approx.)
The same heater is on Amazon.
How many watts is it ? (RMS i mean, not PMPO)
Capt Kirk
It must be very quiet at B&M today. People are not stupid, why should they buy Poundland stuff at 100% mark up?
What?
T02
Why are people so unnecessarily rude on here? Calm down and use some manners.[/quo
[quote=T02]Why are people so unnecessarily rude on here? Calm down and use some manners.
Because they can hide behind a screen. I'd like to see this person talking to someone in person and being rude. It's always the people who think they're smarter then others.

Edited By: gmschuple on Apr 09, 2016 15:54
tomj17
gmschuple
Who is the retailer?
What brand is the heater?
How much was the original price?
Please include more information.
It clearly says B&M is the retailer dumbass.
You shouldn't assume. Maybe you can redirect your comment right back towards yourself. 8)

Edited By: gmschuple on Apr 09, 2016 15:49
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Convector Heater with Thermostatic Control - 2kW £9.93 @ Homebase Free C&C

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At better than half price, this is a great price. This Convector Heater features built-in carry handles. Colour: White Material: Steel and plastic Features: Heat output is 7000 BTUs per hour.
shabbird Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago40 Comments
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Had a look in store and it's fine - it mounts over an inch from the wall so shouldn't cause an issue.

Southend still have both versions. I got the "turbo" (80's anyone?) version, the fan is almost silent.
Thanks reserved the turbo fan version, I've been looking for something like this for the garage to keep me warm when working on my bikes :D
Damn I paid £13 at Argos recently. Quiet as a mouse with no fan. The fan version was noisy.
shabbird
vassy201187
shabbird
vassy201187
If anyone want one i can buy n post it, if ur happy to pay postal charges. Thanks
thanks for the offer.really appreciated. Postage costs will not make it a deal. can get around £20+ on ebay including delivery.
Just another reason to go grrrrrrrrrr as so many of my deals are available for others and not in my
area. Im still sulking at my McCain wedges deal posted few months ago that was not available in
my local Asda lol :)
I can understand.. :( your the light showing way for others :p
lol. I want to be the light with a fan and timer heater from homebase in my hands lol.
Ha ha ha
vassy201187
shabbird
vassy201187
If anyone want one i can buy n post it, if ur happy to pay postal charges. Thanks
thanks for the offer.really appreciated. Postage costs will not make it a deal. can get around £20+ on ebay including delivery.
Just another reason to go grrrrrrrrrr as so many of my deals are available for others and not in my
area. Im still sulking at my McCain wedges deal posted few months ago that was not available in
my local Asda lol :)
I can understand.. :( your the light showing way for others :p
lol. I want to be the light with a fan and timer heater from homebase in my hands lol.
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900w Quartz Electric Heater £3.00 @ B&M

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Our central heating pump failed yesterday and the maintenance company can't fix it until tomorrow, so I went into town to find an electric heater for tonight. I called in at the B&M branch in Corby an…
othen Avatar5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago4 Comments
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End of season sale, I got a halogen one for £3 and a oil filled for £5.
Probably all gone now, a guy had a trolley full in my local

Edited By: MonkeysUncle on Mar 24, 2016 21:21
Heat for heater
Honesty !maybe not all ( unfortunate ) Good find op, heat added :)
I'm withdrawing this item. I plugged the heater in to try it - and it tripped the RCD. I've just checked the continuity to find it has a serious earth fault (I'm an electrician). Had it not been for RCD protection this could have caused a serious over-current situation, and maybe even a real fire! Closer inspection shows the case is cracked on one side, which I suspect has led to the problem. It was still sealed in its primary packaging, so the store would not have been aware.

Edited By: othen on Mar 25, 2016 06:04: Typo
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Milk frother and heater from Aldi - £19.99 & Free delivery

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Looks a good deal to me and is reviewed well
paulcollins10 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago31 Comments
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Now on clearance in Aldi Caerphilly branch 13.99
Hi
How do I make a latter using this frother/heater, strong blend ground coffee and a coffee press? Don't want to pay for an expresso maker.
othen
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othen
This is probably a really silly question (to those who know the answer), but why would one want frothy milk? I've read the product description, and I understand what it does but I still can't understand why. I suspect there is something missing in my life :-)
A brain? Is that what is missing? Only kidding you must be a tea drinker ... Hahaha
That was a bit rude. Yes, I drink tea.


It was a joke I'm sorry if u took offence. Have a nice day
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othen
This is probably a really silly question (to those who know the answer), but why would one want frothy milk? I've read the product description, and I understand what it does but I still can't understand why. I suspect there is something missing in my life :-)
A brain? Is that what is missing? Only kidding you must be a tea drinker ... Hahaha
That was a bit rude. Yes, I drink tea.
othen
This is probably a really silly question (to those who know the answer), but why would one want frothy milk? I've read the product description, and I understand what it does but I still can't understand why. I suspect there is something missing in my life :-)


A brain? Is that what is missing? Only kidding you must be a tea drinker ... Hahaha
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Stanley Electric Cube Heater 2KW ST-602-WS-E WAS £39.99 NOW £19.99 @ Home Bargains

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The Stanley range of electric heaters is designed and built to work in the most challenging of environments. With a reputation for performance and quality, Stanley is a world leader in heavy duty tool…
woodey12 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago39 Comments
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take a look at industrial power plugs and their round pins. I think 13a is at the limits for rectangular / square pins, maybe why they get hot. We are a strange country having square pins on all our domestic items in our houses! but the biggest problem is probably the screw grip for the wires, many many years ago I was trained to solder the ends of the wire before inserting in the plug, but now it's just twist the wire and insert. Much the same as being trained to use solder-bucket pins on electronic equipment & now it's all crimped connector pins and sockets!
melted
SJH5
I can't see it running @ 230 tbh, in old days it was 244, 230 was only introduced as a figure for European harmonise with Europe, the actual volts has never been change... It would cost way to much.
As an electrician of 20 years I've never measured 230... 238 onward is the norm
Measured @ 230v using three different multimeters of varying quality ranging from moderatish to pretty good. I was surprised myself.


My brother tells me the voltage at his workplace is 234V, measured with a calibrated meter in the course of his work.

I'm aware the vast majority of homes will still have a 240v supply, I assume ours is lower because our transformer was replaced a few years after the supposed harmonisation, when the old one "blew up" and caught fire according to a neighbour.
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AzeemB
pibpob
AzeemB
ciarandanielbyrne1
shakeyjake66
ciarandanielbyrne1
not exactly compact or easy on the eye is it. Should be 5kw really
Where and how would you plug it in? It would need its own circuit.
Ah I'm showing my ignorance of electricity, go on please do tell me the maximum for the plug socket?
not sure but, at 3kW the plug will get hot and slowly burn inside and the fuse doesn't blow. (from experience)
That's a fault in the wiring, the plug or the socket. Possibly someone has jammed a continental 2-pin plug into the socket in the past and damaged its contacts.
the plug,
that heater should have been wall mounted and connected to a fuse spur, as I was told that the plug would not handle a continuous use at 13 amps.
I don't know who told you that, but it was bizarre as 13A plugs are indeed designed to handle 13A continuously, and the fuse would be the same whether it was in a spur or a plug.
If anyone else is curious, I also came across
a new Bosch Oven which .specifically said in the manual not to wire it to a plug even though it was below 3kw
I would like to know why that is too - it's certainly not for reasons of current consumption. Electricians?
​From experience also, unless the socket is brand new and the plug is brand new, a 3kw heater pulling a continuous 13a resistive load will heat up the junction where the plug meets the socket, primarily on the live terminal, which then causes heat damage around the fuse area on the plug. if using a 3kw heater continuously in a fixed location I'd recommend a dedicated fused spur every time- this removes the plug to socket junction, which will always have a small resistance and hence does generate heat at high amperage.
Isn't progress a wonderful thing? the old round pin mains plugs actually made a better electrical contact than the modern rectangular pins!
I've read both that round pins are better and square are better. I take your point but I'm disappointed about your experience. I would have hoped that good quality plugs and, especially, sockets, would not overheat.
pibpob
AzeemB
pibpob
AzeemB
ciarandanielbyrne1
shakeyjake66
ciarandanielbyrne1
not exactly compact or easy on the eye is it. Should be 5kw really
Where and how would you plug it in? It would need its own circuit.
Ah I'm showing my ignorance of electricity, go on please do tell me the maximum for the plug socket?
not sure but, at 3kW the plug will get hot and slowly burn inside and the fuse doesn't blow. (from experience)
That's a fault in the wiring, the plug or the socket. Possibly someone has jammed a continental 2-pin plug into the socket in the past and damaged its contacts.
the plug,
that heater should have been wall mounted and connected to a fuse spur, as I was told that the plug would not handle a continuous use at 13 amps.
I don't know who told you that, but it was bizarre as 13A plugs are indeed designed to handle 13A continuously, and the fuse would be the same whether it was in a spur or a plug.
If anyone else is curious, I also came across
a new Bosch Oven which .specifically said in the manual not to wire it to a plug even though it was below 3kw
I would like to know why that is too - it's certainly not for reasons of current consumption. Electricians?


​From experience also, unless the socket is brand new and the plug is brand new, a 3kw heater pulling a continuous 13a resistive load will heat up the junction where the plug meets the socket, primarily on the live terminal, which then causes heat damage around the fuse area on the plug. if using a 3kw heater continuously in a fixed location I'd recommend a dedicated fused spur every time- this removes the plug to socket junction, which will always have a small resistance and hence does generate heat at high amperage.
Isn't progress a wonderful thing? the old round pin mains plugs actually made a better electrical contact than the modern rectangular pins!
Expensive to run. Stanley has never been the world leader in heavy duty tools ‼️
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Becks Halogen Portable Oscillating Heater 3 Bar 1200W £8.99 + FREE P&P @ Amazon (Goods Wholesale Ltd)

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Price Now £8.99 + FREE UK Delivery. Price Was £29.99, you save: £21.00 Dispatched from and sold by Goods Wholesale Ltd (Amazon) Features: 3 Heat Settings, 400w/800w/1200w. Oscillating Featur…
Da11as Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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Very bright but not much heat. A waste of money and they die really quick
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Magister
Same thing available in B&M, admittedly 20 pence more expensive, but might be more convenient if you want to collect personally.
Why spend time and money travelling to a B&M store when you can have the item delivered to your front door for FREE.
Firstly, because you have to make arrangements to receive delivery which could be inconvenient to many, as you're not likely to know when it is going to arrive. Secondly, it's simpler and cheaper to return a faulty item locally to a branded business than spend time, money, and energy arguing the toss with some no name Amazon seller. Is it that you're too idle or too tight? Sounds like one or the other

Seems like you are the too tight one, given your stupid comment...If receiving delivery was so much of a pain then majority of the people would quit shopping online. Majority of us who do online shopping is mainly because we don't have the time to go out and shop and it's more convenient to get the item delivered at your door step. Besides about your item return comment. The seller follows 'Amazons Return Policy' which is 90% of the time very simple and I don't understand your remark about there being argument. Just because you don't like or agree don't go around being a judgemental tard.
deany76
jmpittaway
buy a convector or oil filled much better
are they though?


​Yes they are. An oil filled radiator will heat a room. These things just seem to heat whatever is right in front of them.
Thy have the 1600w version (4lamps) in asda for £15 at the moment, reduced from £20 I think.
jmpittaway
buy a convector or oil filled much better
are they though?
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Fan heater 2000w £6.00 @ Asda free C&C / Instore

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As above Handy at this time of year. Horizontal style also available for £7 Link in first comment if that helps Description- Take on winter cold snaps with the Warmlite 2000W Upright Fan Hea…
pennyfarthing88 Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago16 Comments
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These dont have a safety tilt switch, so if they get knocked over, they still keep operating.

Most upright fan heaters will have a tilt switch underneath the unit, so if the heater was to get knocked over, the switch is activated and switches the unit off.
sebs
EveshamLad
sebs
5 quid at tesco. and it's leathal. they blow up
In your dreams!
They are £8 at Tesco, reduced from £10http://www.tesco.com/direct/fine-elements-upright-fan-heater-2000w-white/793-1104.prd?
​nope. 4.99 in my local tesco. has been for months.
these are total junk.
I know of 3 that have blown up. one welded it's plug to a 4 plug extention. another set itself on fire.
good luck to anyone that buys this junk

Could be a problem with your electrics, I have owned a few over the years that often were on a few hours a day and had no issue bar eventually like months to a year later stop generating heat.

The only one I had problems with, was the 3kw ones at argos, first melted plug but a replacement sorted it till I moved then it melted socket, 2nd one melted another socket in another house and the plug and 3rd one melted plug.

4th one works if its set to 1.5kw but trips itself at 3kw.
Iv had this for over two years. No problems as of yet. Definitely keeps me warm on a winter night
boostii
I'm a fan of these, heat added :D


Lol
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Sold OUT!
Keeps me warm
sebs
tesco sell them for a fiver regularly.
the first comment is accurate also. I know of 2 that have blown up.
dangerous cheap tat.
Thats great,will warm the house up alot faster

Edited By: cheesybeanzz74 on Feb 21, 2016 21:41
would this heat Man City fans as they where left out in the cold this afternoon
tesco sell them for a fiver regularly.

the first comment is accurate also. I know of 2 that have blown up.

dangerous cheap tat.
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Don't buy. Bad for your eyes.


elaborate please you have my attention.
Don't buy. Bad for your eyes.
These are never £30, ever.
£34.99 rrp? a tenner is about right
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Anyone know what the energy cost difference is between the oil filled and the convector, and which one heats up quickest?
Looking for something for occasional use in the garage.
Thanks
There's a few threads comparing the two here http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2144401
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2157237

If I had to choose, I'd go for the oil-filled radiator, because I feel they're safer. Some say they provide a steadier heat than the "blast" of a convector, but apparently both cost the same amount to run. The convector heaters heat up faster.
Anyone know what the energy cost difference is between the oil filled and the convector, and which one heats up quickest?

Looking for something for occasional use in the garage.

Thanks
louiselouise
Re the Black 1.5kW Oil Radiator with 7 elements - "Also Known As GTIN UPC EAN: 5051259024762"
Not sure why CPC do this but on the other EAN link it's £26.54 (£31.848) http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/cyn20-7black/1-5kw-floor-standing-oil-filled/dp/HG00919?ost=5051259024762&selectedCategoryId=&categoryName=All+Categories&categoryNameResp=All%2BCategories
They do it simply because overall it nets them more money. Those who aren't so concerned about the cost and won't hunt out the bargains will pay more; those who won't buy for full price but are tempted by the bargains will make them less money but more than if they lost a sale.
Cheers, I posted this as soon as I read the email around 2pm yesterday :) I do like making up lists :)
Top effort ;)
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Great price, although personally not fond of these type of heaters.

I did try one in our conservatory, but they cause condensation and mould growth. Not a very comfortable type of heat in my opinion.

That said, this is very cheap.
Good price!
Wow! Great price. It's going to get so hot in here, I might take off all my clothes.
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OOS
That model doesn't even appear on Bionaire's website
Also, it doesn't feature a Safety Tilt-switch, which is rather odd given that it is oval shaped... :|

Edited By: Sharpharp on Jan 26, 2016 22:51
£60 at very.
Ulti
Does anyone know if these are any good?

Sorry no. Don't need one either - but bought! The power of HUKD!

Take it back if not happy I'd guess. Tried to read up on it too and little (if nothing) in terms of reviews).
Does anyone know if these are any good?
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compadre
Cheap to buy, not cheap to run.
What electric heater is cheap to run?
Virtually none, I know it, you probably know it. I was pointing it out for those that may not know.
An inverting a/c unit is relatively economic (inverting is probably the wrong word) as it puts out more energy than is put in.
compadre
Cheap to buy, not cheap to run.
What electric heater is cheap to run?
very silent i can barely hear it. perfect for a house with no central heating.
Cheap to buy, not cheap to run.
I've never known a silent fan heater before...
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They had about three of these in the Cheltenham store and some of the cube ones which have exactly the same specs.
There will be one more there today once I take mine back as it's about as powerful as a cat fart.
Smosekum
How efficient are these compared to other modern day technologies used in heaters?
I bought one that looked similar from Lidl, took it back, I was unhappy with the heat output.
I noticed inside on the Lidl heater that it had a heating element inside and a fan, the heating element was like a larger spiral cooker ring used on the older types of hob.


​ all electric heaters are about 100 percent efficient. It's very easy to turn electricity into heat. this one isn't very powerful though at only 2kw. screwfix reviews confirm it's not very effective.
Out of stock
Costs about 28p per hour to run any 2kw appliance
Georgedeals
don't touch these costa fortune to run
They cost the same as any other 2kw heater .........

*Edit - actually unless you go for a 2Kw heat exchange aircon type unit - these actually give out 2-3 times the heat out for electrical energy in but that is a completely different kind of heating.

Edited By: bbdom on Jan 23, 2016 14:41: more info
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Cheers, OP. Ordered late Friday night, processed first thing Monday and delivered first thing Tuesday. So far, so good - impressive all round :)
Probably best for a shed/garage type place than a conservatory

Edited By: snagzie on Jan 22, 2016 18:05
Bear in mind these combust the air in your room
These are quite ugly, wouldn't have one in the home.. But for a works depot or builders yard or something I guess they are fine.
cx500ec
Beware; in my personal experience Gas Bottle Heaters like this produce a massive amount of condensation on cold walls and windows.
A few years back I bought one to heat a new extension I had built, but due to all the condensation it produced (the more I used it the more my windows and a one corner of the building dripped with water) I ended up selling it and adding a radiator to heat the room instead and all my condensation problems then magically disappeared.


​yep, these certainly do produce a fair amount of moisture.
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this was posted earlier :)
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Thanks, I've added the link to the deal for you :)

Edited By: tregs on Jan 21, 2016 02:39
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Bought it from Lidl yesterday for £10 with 3 years warranty.
pennyfarthing88
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pennyfarthing88
rolstherat
You can get this cheaper elsewhere atm
Really ? Can you post the link please as I'd like to get one - thanks in advance :)
There are various posts.
I would do thishttp://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/fh203d/2kw-upright-free-standing-fan/dp/HG0034512?ost=HG0034512&selectedCategoryId=
For £6.58 delivered
Prefer the dunelm one - it just looks a better build plus it's got good reviews and I can take it back in the unlikely event it develops any kind of fault.
Cheers anyway

Morning. I have to say they are practically the same. The plastic looks a bit darker. And one of the dials is located a bit diff. Probably come from the same factory tho.
hursty321
Proveright
This is a waste of time and money . As a fan it obviously makes a noise and blasts air in the direction it is pointing, so might be useful to warm your feet under a desk. As to warming a room it is useless. Better with a convector heater . Various convector threads posted here before very from B & M £13 to similar models sold everywhere in varying prices up to £25
What a load of rubbish.
I don't use these heaters now but I used to quite allot and these fan style ones would heat a room rather well actually.
Agree completely, use one to heat our kitchen, very compact and effective.
Proveright
This is a waste of time and money . As a fan it obviously makes a noise and blasts air in the direction it is pointing, so might be useful to warm your feet under a desk. As to warming a room it is useless. Better with a convector heater . Various convector threads posted here before very from B & M £13 to similar models sold everywhere in varying prices up to £25


What a load of rubbish.

I don't use these heaters now but I used to quite allot and these fan style ones would heat a room rather well actually.
This is a waste of time and money . As a fan it obviously makes a noise and blasts air in the direction it is pointing, so might be useful to warm your feet under a desk. As to warming a room it is useless. Better with a convector heater . Various convector threads posted here before very from B & M £13 to similar models sold everywhere in varying prices up to £25
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fine elements 2000w convector heater.. 3 settings.... same one has good reviews on tesco website...
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squiby
I know the oil filled ones are a big jump up in price than this but they hold the heat better i think.


​you don't want it to hold beat, you want it to give heat out to the room. these are meant for pretty much instant beat wheras oil filled are for background heat continuously. horses for tracks
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Rocky7
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/heating-and-cooling/heating-and-cooling/essential-c20fhw10-fan-heater-06708521-pdt.html
This ones better and cheaper, will heat up the room more quickly and even has a cut of switch incase it falls over.
Thats subjective.
Id choose a convection heater over fan any day.
Feel convection distrubutes the heat more evenly in the room and the noise of the fan would do my head in.

callum84
Rocky7
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/heating-and-cooling/heating-and-cooling/essential-c20fhw10-fan-heater-06708521-pdt.html
This ones better and cheaper, will heat up the room more quickly and even has a cut of switch incase it falls over.
Thats subjective.
Id choose a convection heater over fan any day.
Feel convection distrubutes the heat more evenly in the room and the noise of the fan would do my head in.

Just saying we have the convector ones in work and you have to stand on top of them to feel any heat.
FFS http://www.sust-it.net/heating-energy-calculator.php ..stop yer bickering children oO;)
Rocky7
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/heating-and-cooling/heating-and-cooling/essential-c20fhw10-fan-heater-06708521-pdt.html
This ones better and cheaper, will heat up the room more quickly and even has a cut of switch incase it falls over.
Thats subjective.
Id choose a convection heater over fan any day.
Feel convection distrubutes the heat more evenly in the room and the noise of the fan would do my head in.
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/heating-and-cooling/heating-and-cooling/essential-c20fhw10-fan-heater-06708521-pdt.html

This ones better and cheaper, will heat up the room more quickly and even has a cut of switch incase it falls over.

Edited By: Rocky7 on Jan 14, 2016 13:23
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:D ermm not on this occasion X)
bubbs
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bubbs
I pay £28 for a calor 15kg refill
that's a good price - where from please?
Sorry its a local company, but you may be local to me ? KGSmith at Hartwell

Do they deliver to Scotland? :)
Dave_dave69
bubbs
I pay £28 for a calor 15kg refill
that's a good price - where from please?
Sorry its a local company, but you may be local to me ? KGSmith at Hartwell
We have this deal at my work. Eros hire tools.
bubbs
I pay £28 for a calor 15kg refill

that's a good price - where from please?
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silver crest convection heater 2000W with 3 year warranty @ lidl £24.99

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I saw this in lidl and with 3 year warranty I thought it was a good price. Comes with 24hr timer I got an Argos one for £29.99 2 months back and it is being returned for the 3rd and final time
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These are £19.99 at Screwfix

With a 24hour timer? That's the key difference.
£19.99 in aldi too with a 3 year guarantee
These are £19.99 at Screwfix
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verysleepy
Enjoy the huge electricity bill eh...!!!

Well what's the alternative then? Not all houses come with central heating systems like my flat.
Enjoy the huge electricity bill eh...!!!
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How much does it cost to run for an hour, supposedly an hour of electricity cost me 25p please? It looks very nice, but the thought of electricity consumption frightens me. I wonder how long it takes to heat up an 18m2 room as my lean-to is crying out for one.
It's a heater it deserve more heat
steveblackman
m1chaels
Do these just plug into a standard socket?


No, they are solar powered


Ha ha
m1chaels
Do these just plug into a standard socket?


No, they are solar powered
Do these just plug into a standard socket?