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1500W oil-filled radiator - 7 fin - white - £22.39 delivered @ Von Haus
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1500W oil-filled radiator - 7 fin - white - £22.39 delivered @ Von Haus

£22.39£29.9925%VonHaus Deals
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Refreshed 3rd Dec 2019 (Posted 27th Nov 2019)

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Good looking price for this well reviewed oil radiator model from Von Haus. Previous hot deals have been around this level.

UK 3-5 delivery is free, or you can pay £1.99 for next-day, and it has an extended warranty.

Product description


  • 3 heat settings (600W/900W/1500W) and adjustable thermostat
  • Automatic overheat protection system and tip-over switch safety features
  • Size: L33 X D24 X H60
  • Fitted with a 1.5 metre power cable and built in cable tidy
  • This product is only suitable for well insulated spaces or occasional use
  • Free Extended 2 Year Warranty - Registration Required.

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will65mcmanus03/12/2019 16:09

lmfao cant believe you answered that


We are all here to help each other so if someone doesn't know something and I do then I would like to help them like people help me when I need it. If this person was joking and is having a laugh then the joke is on them.
Good price but the product is not great.
I bought it from Amazon last year and have had three replacements since. For no reason they stop working.. Amazon covers the warranty so it’s no issue but the appliance is not reliable
19DembaBa1903/12/2019 16:20

We are all here to help each other so if someone doesn't know something …We are all here to help each other so if someone doesn't know something and I do then I would like to help them like people help me when I need it. If this person was joking and is having a laugh then the joke is on them.


Well said
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Good price but the product is not great.
I bought it from Amazon last year and have had three replacements since. For no reason they stop working.. Amazon covers the warranty so it’s no issue but the appliance is not reliable
How often do you have to do oil changes?
Cunning-Stunts27/11/2019 19:46

How often do you have to do oil changes?


You don't need to change oil it comes fitted in
Ordered..thanks @Planty720! I have been looking for a 1500W 7 fin radiator in white but with curved fins. Although it does not have curved fins, for this price its a bargain! Hope it is good as per the good reviews.
Edited by: "Miss_bargainhunter89" 28th Nov 2019
Great deal and good customer service with them. Ordered Sunday delivered Tuesday for free.
There will be lots on ebay shortly... all from Falkirk area
rcrm444403/12/2019 14:46

There will be lots on ebay shortly... all from Falkirk area


Dont think they were given oil filled heating sources. Dual heating hobs and 2kw electric fan heaters 🤥
19DembaBa1927/11/2019 20:16

You don't need to change oil it comes fitted in


lmfao cant believe you answered that
will65mcmanus03/12/2019 16:09

lmfao cant believe you answered that


We are all here to help each other so if someone doesn't know something and I do then I would like to help them like people help me when I need it. If this person was joking and is having a laugh then the joke is on them.
Have a similar heater from Tesco (not own brand), it takes ages to heat up, room doesn't warm up much, if at all on full heat setting.
19DembaBa1903/12/2019 16:20

We are all here to help each other so if someone doesn't know something …We are all here to help each other so if someone doesn't know something and I do then I would like to help them like people help me when I need it. If this person was joking and is having a laugh then the joke is on them.


Well said
Does anyone know which motor oil this takes for topping up? I've bought edge 5-30, I hope that will be ok.

Kindest regards
I’ve had this radiator for a year and it’s been amazing. I have a loft conversion and it feels as cold as a fridge when first going in there, but if I turn this radiator on, it’s lovely and warm within 10 minutes. Also the thermostat means it’s not constantly on draining the electricity. Heat! (Literally)
3% Quidco too. Been needing to get one for the mother in law. Great timing. Comes with 2yr warranty when you register so even if it does fail it shouldn’t be a big deal. 🏼
firstofficer03/12/2019 21:44

Does anyone know which motor oil this takes for topping up? I've bought …Does anyone know which motor oil this takes for topping up? I've bought edge 5-30, I hope that will be ok.Kindest regards


I’d go for a 10w-40
Just bought 2, great deal!!
Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a 1990s boiler in it and it’s not even on the scale of efficiency ... it’s costing me a fortune every day to heat the house.
Heat lol
I used to have heating on all day when working from home, now I just have one of these in my study and works great and a big saving
GamerBaz03/12/2019 23:15

I’ve had this radiator for a year and it’s been amazing. I have a loft con …I’ve had this radiator for a year and it’s been amazing. I have a loft conversion and it feels as cold as a fridge when first going in there, but if I turn this radiator on, it’s lovely and warm within 10 minutes. Also the thermostat means it’s not constantly on draining the electricity. Heat! (Literally)


When it cuts off do you know roughly how long it takes for it to power back up? Trying to work out if this is on for 8 hours, how many of those would this be actually turned on.
Thanks, was in the market for one of these and ordered at this price!
janchee04/12/2019 07:17

Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a …Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a 1990s boiler in it and it’s not even on the scale of efficiency ... it’s costing me a fortune every day to heat the house.


You're better off with a fat heater.

Kindest regards
janchee04/12/2019 07:17

Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a …Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a 1990s boiler in it and it’s not even on the scale of efficiency ... it’s costing me a fortune every day to heat the house.


Depends what setting you have it on, and how much your electricity costs. The max (1500watt) at 0.15p per hour (my tariff), would be 22.5p per hour. The 750watt option, half that.
Yesgo04/12/2019 08:16

When it cuts off do you know roughly how long it takes for it to power …When it cuts off do you know roughly how long it takes for it to power back up? Trying to work out if this is on for 8 hours, how many of those would this be actually turned on.


It depends on the temperature setting you have it set to. I usually have it turned up 3/4 off the way on the highest power setting, which means if it’s warm enough, it will shut down for roughly 20 minutes then turn on to heat up for 5 minutes. The first time you turn it on it takes longer to warm up though, maybe about 15 minutes.
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Outside temperature ~4C.
Central heating keeping the entire house at ~18C.
We boosted a small study room to 21C using the 1500W (1.5kW) oil radiator without increasing the central heating.
What happened:
- study nice and warm,
- oil rad working about 50% of the time - heating for 5 min. then switching off when 21C achieved and back on again in about 5 minutes,
- we pay £0.15 per kWh of electricity,
- the way the rad works, it costs £0.07 per hour, £1.68 per day, £50 per month

Keep that in mind!
Edited by: "deleted863095" 4th Dec 2019
janchee04/12/2019 07:17

Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a …Anyone know what sort of efficiency these run at? The house (rented) has a 1990s boiler in it and it’s not even on the scale of efficiency ... it’s costing me a fortune every day to heat the house.



Electric heaters are, by the laws of physics, 100% efficient. But electricity costs much more than gas. Only you can decide whether it's going to be cheaper running an electric heater in one room, compared to gas central heating warming the whole house...
razo04/12/2019 09:07

Electric heaters are, by the laws of physics, 100% efficient. But …Electric heaters are, by the laws of physics, 100% efficient. But electricity costs much more than gas. Only you can decide whether it's going to be cheaper running an electric heater in one room, compared to gas central heating warming the whole house...


Excuse me, which specific laws are you referring to?

Nothing is 100% efficient or even close to it..

Kindest regards
firstofficer04/12/2019 14:11

Excuse me, which specific laws are you referring to?Nothing is 100% …Excuse me, which specific laws are you referring to?Nothing is 100% efficient or even close to it..Kindest regards


As in the only energy given off is heat... no noise, light, etc. What you put in is what you get out... hence why its 100%... or near to that in efficiency. You're not having to heat water with a flame whereby all the heat may not transfer.
JBOA3104/12/2019 14:18

As in the only energy given off is heat... no noise, light, etc. What you …As in the only energy given off is heat... no noise, light, etc. What you put in is what you get out... hence why its 100%... or near to that in efficiency. You're not having to heat water with a flame whereby all the heat may not transfer.


Fair point.

But which law of physics was it again? I may have not paid attention during my A level class...

Kindest regards
I have the 2500w version and it seems to have a mind of its own I set the timer on for a few hours around midnight and it still seems to run throughout the night. I ended up getting a timer plug and leaving the heater on.
JBOA3104/12/2019 14:18

As in the only energy given off is heat... no noise, light, etc. What you …As in the only energy given off is heat... no noise, light, etc. What you put in is what you get out... hence why its 100%... or near to that in efficiency. You're not having to heat water with a flame whereby all the heat may not transfer.



Makes no difference whether an electric heater makes noise and light - even the noisiest and brightest electric heaters are 100% efficient heaters (one can argue that there are energy losses in the electricity supply network though, but not the heater itself). Sound from an electric heater vibrates atoms in the air and objects in the room, thus being converted into heat (heat is atomic vibration). Light from an electric heater hit objects and heats them. Thus all the energy output from an electric heater ends up as heat!
firstofficer04/12/2019 14:27

Fair point.But which law of physics was it again? I may have not paid …Fair point.But which law of physics was it again? I may have not paid attention during my A level class...Kindest regards



Conservation of energy
razo04/12/2019 15:03

Conservation of energy


I believe that relates to an isolated system ?

Kindest regards
firstofficer04/12/2019 15:15

I believe that relates to an isolated system ?Kindest regards



A room being heated, with a heater contained entirely within that room, is an isolated system. I agree that you can make the argument that with a particularly noisy electric heater, some energy may escape the room as noise, so perhaps my 100% argument is taking it a bit far. But for most heaters, so little noise (or light) escapes the room, that efficiency of conversion of electricity to heat approaches 100% (for the heater unit itself; it is obviously not a 100% efficient conversion of the raw material used to make the electricity in the first place).
Anyway this is a bit deep for the deal! Its a good price for what this is - but the hotukdealer in me says buy a thicker jumper instead!!
Ordered the 9 finn version as part of a black Friday deal.

Not impressed with the build quality or the amount of heat it generates on full power.

Had a silver crest oil heater from Lidl, which was much better. Sadly no longer available.
Edited by: "gzr3001" 4th Dec 2019
razo04/12/2019 09:07

Electric heaters are, by the laws of physics, 100% efficient. But …Electric heaters are, by the laws of physics, 100% efficient. But electricity costs much more than gas. Only you can decide whether it's going to be cheaper running an electric heater in one room, compared to gas central heating warming the whole house...


TO THE LETTER OF THE LAW. THE LETTER. (Hastings Quote) Haha, thanks for the comment though
Rubbish, don't bother
Yesgo04/12/2019 08:16

When it cuts off do you know roughly how long it takes for it to power …When it cuts off do you know roughly how long it takes for it to power back up? Trying to work out if this is on for 8 hours, how many of those would this be actually turned on.


Depends on what the thermostat/ power setting is and room temperature, best put it through a power meter for a day and check. To get some sort of energy usage.
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